- Hazel Powell reflects on her AIRetc… experience.
- AIRetc… Call for applications 2016-17
- #AIRetc artist Julie Duffy & Hayley Mathers give inspirational talk at Scottish National Gallery
- #AIRetc Artists give Lee Miller Talk at Scottish National Gallery (Tomorrow)
- How time flies! A post by Liz Waterston
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Our sister website ContemporaryARTetc… has published an article on Julie and Hayley’s Lee Miller project and the talk they recently gave at the Scottish National Gallery. SEE ARTICLE HERE: Breakfast, lunch and dinner. The inspirational Lee Miller https://contemporaryartetc.wordpress.com/2015/09/04/breakfast-lunch-and-dinner-the-inspirational-lee-miller/
Former AIR Julie Duffy has produced 2 limited edition prints based on her most recent project ‘Rhythmic Structure’ in the Bothy at the Scottish National of Modern Art in Edinburgh. The prints, one pink and one grey and measuring 56.5cm … Continue reading
The Art Team at Edinburgh College Granton are delighted to announce our call for applications for our 2015-16 Artist in Residence (AIRetc) programme. We are looking for 2 artists to contribute to one of the countries most successful and dynamic … Continue reading
It seems like only yesterday that our current AIR Liz started with us here at Edinburgh College! However, somewhat embarrassingly, it has in fact been 3 months!!!!! During that 3 months Liz has been extremely busy producing work in the … Continue reading
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
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
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.