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Edinburgh Alphabet

You may have already seen the article in the Scotsman about the upcoming Edinburgh Alphabet exhibition at the City Art Centre. The exhibition opens on 19 May and there will be a range of events that weekend for the Festival of … Continue reading

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Crossings exhibition now on display at the People’s Story Museum

Crossings is an exhibition exploring the heritage of Leith. The exhibition is the cumulation of a project developed by Dancebase in partnership with Edinburgh Museums & Galleries and Historic Environment Scotland. Several groups of young people explored the heritage of … Continue reading

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Proud City- extended until February 2017

The Proud City exhibition at the People’s Story Museum has been extended until 26 February 2017! This means we can take part in LGBT History Month Scotland. This takes place in February and in 2017 marks the Scottish Government’s Year of … Continue reading

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Exhibitions and visits

On Friday I visited Score Scotland to run a workshop with the young people there. Here are some images of the fish and sea creatures we made. Last week we also took down the Scars on the City exhibition which … Continue reading

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Proud City exhibition-Can you help?

Would you like to help with a new exhibition for the People’s Story Museum? We are looking for people to talk on film about LGBTQIA+ life in Edinburgh. We will be filming on 29 March. The Proud City exhibition will reflect LGBTQIA+ … Continue reading

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Previously unseen images of Earl Haig in Capital Collections exhibition

My colleagues have developed this interesting exhibition on Capital Collections which gives an insight into the life of Earl Haig. Earl Haig commanded the British forces on the Western Front in World War 1.  This exhibition shows some previously unseen … Continue reading

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New exhibitions at the City Art Centre

Are you looking for something to do at the weekend? Why not visit the City Art Centre to see our two new exhibitions? ‘William Gear 1915-1997: The painter that Britain forgot’ is a major retrospective of work by 20th century … Continue reading

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