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The Wee Museum of Newhaven

The Wee Museum of Newhaven at Victoria Primary School is now open and you can see the new exhibition ‘Newhaven Stories’.                                        … Continue reading

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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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Highlights of 2015

I have been looking back at some of the activities and projects which took place in 2015 and thought I would share a few of my highlights of the year. It has been a year of exhibitions, with new displays … Continue reading

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War Frocks, Unlocked

If you are interested in wartime costume, my colleagues at the Museum of Edinburgh are running an event called ‘War Frocks, Unlocked’ as part of the Being Human festival of the humanities. Workshops will be held from 10:00–12:00 and 14:00–16:00 … Continue reading

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Stall at Family History Day at Central Library

If you are free today, 15 November, nip down to Central Library. There are stalls and events from 10.30-4.00.

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Last chance to see Citizen Curator: Discover Leith’s artistic heritage

Citizen Curator ends on Sunday. If you haven’t been yet, why not drop by this weekend to visit the City Art Centre?    

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Some more Citizen Curator photographs- explore Leith’s heritage at the City Art Centre

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