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Lee Miller

Over the past year I have been working collaboratively with past AIRetc Hayley Mathers, we were brought together by a fascination with the life of Lee Miller. By looking into her extraordinary life, from fashion model, Vogue photographer, war correspondent … Continue reading

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AIRetc

Into my second month here at Edinburgh College as Artist in Residence and I’m feeling pretty settled in. All the staff and students have been very welcoming and I’ve had the chance to sit in on two group crits with the … Continue reading

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AIRetc…. welcomes Julie Duffy

The AIRetc…. Contemporary Art Team are delighted to welcome our new Artist In Residence, Julie Duffy. Julie, who graduated from the HND at at the former Telford College in 2008 went on to gain a 1st class BA Hons Degree in Fine Art at … Continue reading

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Farewell to Lauren McLaughlin

    Well its that time of year again as we say our fond farewells to our previous AIRetc and welcome in the new. Our heartfelt thanks go out Lauren McLaughlin who we would like to thank for her wonderful … Continue reading

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Site-Seeing Exhibition

A few images from ‘Site-Seeing’ which opened at Edinburgh Creative Exchange, 29 Constitution Street on Friday. The exhibition runs Mon-Sat 7am-7pm until 28th June, so still plenty time to go see it if you missed the opening.

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Call for Applications 2014-15 AIRetc…

The Art Team at Edinburgh College Granton are delighted to announce our call for applications for our 2014-15 Artist in Residence (AIRetc) programme. We are looking for 2 visual artists to contribute to one of the countries most successful and … Continue reading

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The site, the self and the studio.

    ‘Dwelling-voyage implies a series of interactions…. At home, one may indeed travel. Home itself is made up of layers and passages that are voyages of habitation. It is not a static notion but a site of transito. More … Continue reading

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