An exhibition of illustrated works by students and graduates of Edinburgh College of Art. Its theme is a sense of place and what makes Edinburgh unique. The first strand comprises a variety of styles and approaches to illustrating iconic buildings, reflecting the inspiration the city brings to young learners finding their place in their new home. The second highlights the University of Edinburgh’s unique collections, with drawings ranging from beautiful shells from the Galapagos Islands brought back by former Edinburgh student Charles Darwin, to the original Penicillin mould discovered by former Rector Alexander Fleming.
Featured artists; Victoria Rose Ball, Teri Po, Rosie Corfe, Saskia Cameron, Peony Gent, Katy Wiedemann, Ailsa Johnson, Eve Marx
Scottish Storytelling Centre Fringe
Sat 29 Jul – Mon 28 Aug
Full Price - 0.00
Start Time & Duration:
10am - 9pm
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