Public art walk – The fragment(ed) trail TAGS: | | | | The library museums volunteers Ellen Embleton and Tom Roeder recently explored some of the University’s public art dotted around its extended campus. In the first part of this series, they’re …Continue reading →

Free book alert! Grab the latest edition of our Art Collection We have some great news to share. The 3rd edition of the University of the Edinburgh Art Collection is hot of the printing press! Once a year since 2015, we’ve …Continue reading →

Jon Schueler TAGS: | | | | “When I speak of nature I am speaking of the sky. And when I think of the sky I think of the Scottish sky over Mallaig.” The University Art Collection …Continue reading →

Rediscover: The Torrie Collection TAGS: | | | | Rediscover is a new initiative that allows postgraduate students of History of Art to put their original research and knowledge into practice through three displays in Talbot Rice Gallery over …Continue reading →

Katie Paterson – Future Library TAGS: | Neil Lebeter, Art Curator, writes about how a forest in Norway and a new library collection in 2114 are linked We are very, very excited to announce that the University …Continue reading →

Thing of the Month TAGS: | | | Starting next week is our new event at ECA: Thing of the Month. Head over to E12 on your lunch break to get a close up look at a thing from the Art …Continue reading →

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi: Man + Machine TAGS: | | | | The Centre for Research Collections is showcasing a selection of maquettes from Paolozzi’s major bequest to the University’s Informatics Forum. A founder of the Pop Art movement, sculptor Sir Eduardo …Continue reading →

‘Emma Gillies: Rediscovered’ – Ceramics Exhibition at the Main Library TAGS: | | | Emma Smith, Exhibitions Officer, writes about the 2014 winter exhibition at the University of Edinburgh Main Library Over the last two years, significant research has been carried out into the …Continue reading →

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