Coloco meets Landscaping Town planners, botanists, gardeners and artists in a workshop of contemporary landscapes. Territorial strategies for the construction of gardens, we establish a relationship of continuity between the scales and actors: the landscape is all living under the gaze of humans. Come and find out more at our final lecture of the year!
Past Time Krakow : Memorising, remembering (Forgetting)
Dr Richard Baxstrom is a senior lecturer of the social Anthropology faculty within the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh. His research diversifies and reaches towards Urban Anthropology and human sciences.
Come along an visit our workshop of open ideas questions and discussion!
It is near the best time of the year, near the time we hold so dear: the time when our unruling passion for awful Christmas carols becomes clear.
As the bells strike Christmas spirit, E-scape presents our Christmas din-din. It is that special something to look forward to and to bring closure to the semester and is hands down a more magnificent get together when mixed with great grub.
Check the menu either on the virtual (here) or physical (in the studio) wall and sign up with one of the committee members (Tara, Sofia (2nd yr), Annabelle, Stina, Jack, Jenni or Emma (3rd year)), Tuesdays and Fridays until November 22nd. Have your money and your order ready so we can easily guarantee your spot for the evening.
Post dinner plans tba!
Larch Love to you all from us all
in the E-scape committee�
We're excited to announce that this October HERE + NOW will be delivering a series of FREE guided walking and cycling tours exploring some of Edinburgh's brilliant local community, growing and arts projects! http://spacetosit.eventbrite.co.uk
These tours will stop in at community growing or arts projects that received a seat as part of the #SpaceToSit event earlier in the summer, with speakers giving an overview of projects along the route. These include Summerhall, The Rust Garden, The Grove Garden at Harrison Park, the Wikihouse at Tollcross Primary School, Wauchope Community Garden, and St Margaret's House.
Unity in Design: Landscape Architects and Architects Working Together
The Landscape Institute Scotland Reflections Series of talks and events aim for greater debate and knowledge transfer within the profession. As part of our contribution to the 2016 Festival of Architecture, please join us for a talk to celebrate architects and landscape architects working together to produce meaningful, beautiful, high quality work Chris Rankin (rankinfraser landscape architecture) and Neil Gillespie (Reiach and Hall Architects) will be talking about their collaboration on the award winning Maggie’s Centre, Lanarkshire
Welcome back to Edinburgh! We hope you had a fantastic summer filled with sunshine, swimming, ice-cream and...trees (?). We certainly did and are now ready to kick-start a new year of exciting activities!
Whether you are new around here or happily starting another semester of fun studio times, E-Scape cordially invites you and your friends to the very first social of the year!!!!
Meet us at Malones this Friday (23/09) from 20.30 and onwards for a night of nice drinks and good vibes with your fellow LArchies! Members with our new membership cards will get discounted drinks at the bar, so don't forget to bring yours.
---- Don't have a membership yet? Don't panic!
E-Scape will be selling memberships between 12.00 and 14.00 on Thursday (22/9) and Friday (23/9) in R1. Membership is 5 pounds and includes FREE lectures, movie screenings, workshops, guided museum visits, discounted events and so much more!
You may also purchase a membership at Malones this Friday.
Hope to see you all there!