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Kieran Baxter’s aerial images offer a unique and transformative glimpse into Scotland’s historic monuments and landscapes.
The Friends of Duff House present a series of talks on Thursday afternoons; held in the Long Gallery.
Weekend Antics: Combining the traditional with the modern. During this workshop participants will explore the idea of collective deep mapping and create a unique art piece.
This exhibition provides a fascinating look at how artists have interpreted Scottish urban life and landscape since the turn of the 17th century.
Weekend Antics: Come along to learn a new skill or improve an old one with Mark Kirkham, The Edinburgh Sketcher
Weekend Antics: Discover the power of wind. Use scrap paper to create origami wind turbines while learning about recycling.
Easter Antics: Create your own spiral box. Some of Scotland's earliest buildings were constructed through the weaving of natural materials; wattling.
Easter Antics: Take inspiration from the Engine Shed to create your own prints, using traditional techniques.
The Scottish Diaspora Tapestry is a project that brings together stories from Scottish communities and their connections from around the world.
Easter Antics: Ever wanted to improve your photography skills? A picture tells a thousand words, or so they say. Join Inclusive Images on our workshops.
Our summer programme will offer free workshops focusing on the materials that make Scotland's historic buildings.
Brick History is a journey through pivotal moments in world history - modelled in LEGO® bricks by Warren Elsmore and his team of artists. This is history brought to life.