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ASCUS Project Space at St. James Centre, Edinburgh

19 January – 26 February 2012 ASCUS Project Space, Suites 34/35, St. James Centre, Edinburgh Showcasing the 2011 Art-Science Collaboration Grant winners ASCUS is excited to share news with you of its newly acquired public exhibition space opening this January 2012 inside the lively St. James Shopping Centre in the city centre of Edinburgh. ASCUS, along with the generous support from the …

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Conversation with Colin Sanderson

Tuesday 6 December 2011, 7.00 – 9.00 pm The White Horse Bar (back room), 266 Canongate, Edinburgh We hope you were able to join us for the December installment of our Monthly Event Series, where we had an informal conversation with Colin Sanderson. Colin has been active at the intersection of art and science in Edinburgh for several years. Formerly …

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Sciart and Climate Change

Andrew Ormston, BA (Hons), MSc, is a senior creative manager and consultant with extensive experience in project development/delivery across the cultural and creative industries. His recent research focusses on art-science organisations around the world.

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Drawing Class at King’s Buildings

Thursday 3 March 2011, 6.00 – 8.00 pm Lecture Theatre 1, Ashworth Building, Kings Buildings, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Previously held at venues such as The Bowery and Inverleith House, Edinburgh artist Jenny Littlejohn brought her famous mix of themed props and a life model to the Kings Buildings, this time incorporating items from the University’s Natural History Collection.

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ASCUS Goes To . . . Edinburgh Art Festival

Saturday 21 August 2010, 1.00 – 5.00 pm Edinburgh Art Festival, Edinburgh Join us for a weekend afternoon of touring four art galleries participating in this year’s Edinburgh Art Festival, ending with drinks in the pub afterwards! Meet at 1pm at the Tent Gallery/ASN Studio Ground floor of Evolution House (junction of West Port and Lady Lawson) Edinburgh College of …

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Perceptions of Greenland

16 – 23 July 2010 Featuring photographs of Edinburgh-based researchers in both fine arts and the sciences, this exhibition aims to reveal parallels in the ways various disciplines observe and interact with this arctic environment. Perceptions of Greenland includes work by Mark Eischeid, Hamer Dodds, Pete Nienow, Ian Bartholomew and Malize McBride. Developed with, and images courtesy of, Chris Cottrell.

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