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It is mesmerising the world of crystals that lurks in surprising places around us. Have you ever asked yourself, where can I find them? How do they form and what is actually going on? Come and create your own microscopic crystalline compositions under the guidance of molecular biologist and crystallography artist Waad Albawardi. Learn more from soft matter physicist, Carmen Morcillo Perez about the physics behind the different crystals that emerge.
Borderlines is a group exhibition that gives form to the conceptual, geo-political, economic and cultural impacts of borders. It draws attention to the ownership of the earth beneath our feet, underwater realms, the rules governing the international movement of goods, nation-states, the UK border in Ireland, financial sovereignty, tribal territories, anarchic polar exploration and the world-wide distribution of natural resources.
Everything changes, nothing changes. In the 200 years since James Hutton walked the streets of Edinburgh, the city has changed beyond all recognition but the underlying landscape has hardly changed at all. A reflection on time, and how the landscape of Edinburgh has influenced how we think about the world.
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We are 2 young international artists studying Contemporary Art Practice at Edinburgh College of Art, collaborating in a show followed by a workshop.
The exhibition is focused on the experimental side of creating an artwork based on a traditional approach.
This event is for non-security experts.
You will learn how to read URLs and easily recognise phishing from legit ones. Also, you will learn how to manipulate them using the same tricks phishers use and then practice distinguishing phishing from trustworthy ones. Using this approach, you will understand phishers’ capabilities.
Pre-request (optional): Participants should sign in the event Slack channel.
Collaborative workshop to create a new adult colouring book inspired by over 40,000 images published by the University's Centre for Research Collections (CRC) under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (CC BY).
Combining both analogue and digital processes participants will learn key skills to transform photographs from the collection into new artworks.
Attendees will be encouraged to print their contribution and colour them in with materials provided. The event will conclude with an informal competition with small prizes for the winners.
Research has shown that walking can help to focus the mind and improve memory. It also helps us to stay on task for a longer period of time. For these reasons we would like to invite you to walk with us while practicing and learning some Spanish. This workshop is also an opportunity for students to explore their own learning while doing some physical activity. (NOT SUITABLE FOR BEGINNERS)
News articles can be persuasive, manipulative, informative or just plain wrong. Without being omniscient, how can we tell the difference between an article we should trust, and one that we should discredit? In this workshop, learn to read the newspaper like a mathematician by evaluating the validity of arguments, understanding statistics and spotting fallacies.
What does the delicate wing of a bee look like up close? Or the structure of a fungus? Join biologists to use different types of microscope to look closer at samples from biological research and nature. Then, express your scientific observations in a different way: create a collage in a giant petri-dish or a marbled art-work of your favourite sample or close up detail.