|12th Sep 2020 to 10th Oct 2020|
|Tue - Sun 10am - 6pm|
Scottish Storytelling Centre
43 - 45 High Street, Edinburgh Old Town EH1 1SR
|This is a free event|
|Visit the event website here|
Mapping an Obsession
Open: Tue - Sun 10m-6pm
Gavin Francis examines our collective fascination with maps and islands in this exhibition stretching across four centuries of cartography from Scotland and around the world. Presented alongside excerpts from the book (published by Canongate) and celebrating Scotland’s Year of Coasts & Waters 2020.
Please be advised the exhibition space is being used by the Scottish Storytelling Cafe - Please wear face coverings and maintain social distancing.
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