RSE Post Covid 19 futures commission

December 14, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Talat Yaqoob FRSE, Independent Consultant and Researcher Portraits shot for the cover of The Royal Society of Edinburgh Magazine cover Louise Macdonald OBE
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Arusha Gallery presents – Beasts by Helen Flockhart with work from Beth Carter

November 26, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Arusha Gallery presents – Beasts by Helen Flockhart with work from Beth Carter Arusha Gallery are excited to welcome back award-winning Scottish artist Helen Flockhart this November as she returns to the Edinburgh gallery with sculptor Beth Carter for their new exhibition Beasts. Running from the 26 November until 20 December 2020 both artists w...
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SOCIAL BITE LAUNCH FESTIVAL OF KINDNESS

November 26, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
SOCIAL BITE LAUNCH FESTIVAL OF KINDNESS IN BID TO PROVIDE 250,000 MEALS AND ESSENTIAL ITEMS TO HOMELESS PEOPLE THIS CHRISTMAS Major Christmas Trees have been installed in Edinburgh (St Andrew Square) and Glasgow (Vinicombe St) where public can donate a gift under the tree Charity aiming to distribute 250,000 meals and essential items - bringing...
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Jock McFadyen Goes to the Pictures, City Art Centre

November 19, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
The City Art Centre is proud to present, Jock McFadyen Goes to the Pictures a two-floor exhibition of works by contemporary artist Jock McFadyen RA, whose impressive career has spanned over four decades. Timed to mark his 70th birthday, this major exhibition showcases new and existing paintings by McFadyen paired alongside artworks specifically sel...
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The Final Flourish in Edinburgh's New Skyline

November 19, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
St James Quarter celebrates a milestone moment in Edinburgh history as construction workers secure the final flourish on the highest point of the W Edinburgh – the new centrepiece of the £1bn city centre development. The topping out of the 1.7 million sq ft development in the heart of the Scottish capital signals the most significant transformat...
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E. A. Hornel: From Camera to Canvas at the City Art Centre

November 05, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
E. A. Hornel: From Camera to Canvas The City Art Centre and the National Trust for Scotland present, E. A. Hornel: From Camera to Canvas. Running from 7 November 2020 – 14 March 2021 at Edinburgh’s City Art Centre, it is the first major exhibition of the work of Scottish artist Edward Atkinson Hornel (1864–1933) for over 35 years, and will re-ev...
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Midnight Candy, Arusha Gallery

November 05, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Presented by Arusha Gallery, Midnight Candy is the first solo show by the artist Fiona Finnegan in Scotland and is comprised of many works titled with excerpts of song lyrics such as, ‘Tupelo’ and ‘But the Sun is Eclipsed by the Moon’. Although the works do not aim to directly represent these lyrics, they draw from them a certain mood and sensibili...
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Platform:2020, City Art Centre

October 30, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Platform:2020 Platform:2020, the new group show from Edinburgh Art Festival showcasing mixed media (textiles, sculpture, performance and film) work from artists; Rabindranath A Bhose, Mark Bleakley, Rhona Jack and Susannah Stark before it opens to the public on the 31st October. The artists will be present and available for interview, as will th...
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Return of the ‘Mac’

October 28, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Return of the ‘Mac’ Strathmore Foods has joined exclusively with Asda to give its customers the chance to decide the new flavour of the iconic McIntosh Macaroni Cheese range. Asda Scotland stores will stock three new mac and cheese flavours - Chipotle Chicken, Leek & Broccoli and Hawaiian – with shoppers voting online to ‘Save the Flavour’ that w...
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Tapping into a thirst for sustainability

October 28, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Tapping into a thirst for sustainability A Scotland-wide network of public Top up Taps has saved the equivalent of 250,000 plastic bottles through people topping up their refillable bottles while on the move. And with the go-ahead being given for more taps to be installed across the country, water drinkers are being thanked for their sustainabili...
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Mackie’s of Scotland’s ‘scoops’ new deal with Asda

October 16, 2020  •  1 Comment
Stuart Common, Sales Director for Mackie's of Scotland and Reece Wallace, Section Leader, Asda Bridge of Dee Mackie’s of Scotland’s ‘scoops’ new deal with Asda Aberdeenshire based Mackie’s of Scotland, has secured a deal with Asda, which will see its 2 litre Traditional Real Dairy Ice cream stocked in the retailer’s stores across the UK for the...
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REFILLABLE WATER BOTTLE A ‘BEAR’ NECESSITY IN PAISLEY

October 09, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
REFILLABLE WATER BOTTLE A ‘BEAR’ NECESSITY IN PAISLEY With Scottish Water's Top up Tap officially launched in Paisley, members of the public are being urged to carry a refillable water bottle and stay hydrated when out and about in the town. Yesterday, Thursday 8 October, St Mirren FC's Paisley Panda turned a few heads at the launch of the tap...
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Asda Tickled Pink Breast Cancer Campaign

October 02, 2020  •  1 Comment
Scottish influencer Kumba launches this years Tickled Pink Breast Cancer Campaign Asda colleagues in Scotland learn #movesforboobs for Breast Cancer Awareness Month This October, Asda colleagues in Scotland will raise vital funds for Breast Cancer Now and new charity partner Coppafeel, as part of the retailer’s Tickled Pink campaign. By welcoming...
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Mrs Tilly Goes Vegan with Asda

September 21, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Mrs Tilly Goes Vegan with Asda The surge in demand for vegan products has helped one of Scotland’s much-loved family businesses win a national supply contract with Asda. Mrs Tilly’s, the family-owned Scottish confectionery businesses which began 23 years ago in a family kitchen in Tillicoultry, will supply its recently launched Vegan Fudge ra...
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