|11th Nov 2020 to 17th Jan 2021|
|9:30am - 5:30pm Wed - Sun|
|Stockbridge and Canonmills|
|This is a free event|
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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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