City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Sustainable Shopping: Can Consumers Change the World?

Are changes we make in our purchasing habits enough to have a positive impact on the environment?

The Artist as Beachcomber: A Tour of the Work of Robert Callender

Andrew Patrizio will introduce the work of well-known and highly respected Scottish artist Robert Callender, who made an artform out of combing Scotland’s beaches, particularly its far North-Western r

Stop the Plastic Tide

To coincide with our exhibition 'Robert Callender : Plastic Beach …poetry of the everyday' and World Oceans Day on 8 June, come along to find out what the Marine Conservation Society is doing to stop

Our Seas under Pressure

As part of our programme for the exhibition 'Robert Callender: Plastic Beach… poetry of the everyday', Professor Teresa F Fernandes explores this very important and topical subject, and why we are all

Plastic Man: Short Film Screening, Talk and Q&A

To complement our exhibition 'Robert Callender : Plastic Beach …poetry of the everyday', come and see BAFTA Scotland nominated short film 'Plastic Man', which received its world premiere at the Edinbu

Shipwrecked Concepts and Washed-up Things: Some Lessons the Sea Can Teach Us About the Earth

Professor Tim Ingold will draw on the work of Robert Callender to reflect on the state of play in the constant battle between the concept-driven attempts of earthbound humans to impose some order on t

"Alex Salmond...Unleashed" Debut Show Raises £1,300 for Macmillan Nurses

Former First Minister of Scotland and ex-MP Alex Salmond kicked off his debut Fringe show yesterday with special guest, Conservative Brexit Secretary, David Davis MP.

Free Talks: Re-energise Your Old Home

Do you live in an older home? Are your heating and energy bills getting out of hand? Are you interested in renewable energy?

Restore warmth to your historical home

Do you need help to keep the heat in your Georgian or Victorian property this winter?

The Joy of Spines, National Library of Scotland, Review

The Joy of Spines - Image from production.

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