The term 'process' is naturally intertwined with the making of art and objects. This exhibition, however, champions this notion in a plethora of directions, as artists take on the term and interpret it in ways personal to them.
A first for Paulin, Process aims to bring local artists together under this wide umbrella, utilising a space normally conceived for commercial retail and transforming it into a creative location which celebrates original talent, creativity, and artistry.
Paulin is a multi-disciplinary design studio with a focus on watches. A part of the UK creative community, Paulin aims to contribute and uplift.
Paulin Watches Ltd.
30B Raeburn Place
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Edinburgh based Japanese Tea Master Mio Shudo, an expert on the diverse cultures of Japan, will present an online talk aided by an illustrated powerpoint presentation.
In this session we will create a 2D hand-drawn whiteboard animation and an ‘old school’ flip-book animated sequence inspired by the Jock McFadyen Goes to the Pictures exhibition.
The 1920s was a period of contrasts: This lecture explores the events, ideas and styles that shaped Scottish art during this fascinating decade.
See a spectacular fashion show by the Fashion and Textile Design students from Edinburgh College in a collaboration with the City Art Centre and the E. A. Hornel exhibition!
Taking inspiration from E. A. Hornel’s nature-filled paintings, create a hanging paper-work collage with artist Tessa Asquith-Lamb.