A summary of ECA-related news from the current quarter. Archive news can be found under 'Related links' at the bottom of the right-hand menu.
Alice Myers was announced as one of the overall winners of the third annual IdeasTap Photographic Award, in association with Magnum Photos.
The creative partnership between Edinburgh College of Art alumni Will Anderson (BA Animation, 2011) and Ainslie Henderson (BA Animation, 2012) is a Scottish success story which looks set to run and run.
Mal Burkinshaw, programme leader in fashion at Edinburgh College of Art, talks about the upcoming ECA Fashion Show and the power of fashion.
Camilla Wordie was awarded first place at the Scotland Regional.
The first ever solo show for Anthony Hatwell, former head of Sculpture at ECA.
ECA graduate Kate Charter wins two awards at the BAFTA in Scotland New Talent Award ceremony in Glasgow.
Zoe Patterson, Programme Director for Graphic Design, was in London last night at the Guardian University Awards where ECA won first prize in the Employability Initiative category.
Students from within ECA and across the University took part in a wide variety of events for the 2nd annual Innovative Learning Week between 18th - 22nd February 2013.
On 8 February around 40 alumni visited the Product Design department at ECA, as part of a one-day reunion event.
The establishment of a unique new European Masters in Landscape Architecture (EMiLA) will enable students to spend two semesters studying abroad at partner European institutions.
ECA alumni Will Anderson and Ainslie Henderson won the BAFTA for Best Short Animation on Sunday 10th Febraury 2013.
Neil Cox, currently Professor of Art History and Theory at the University of Essex, will join the Department on 1 May 2013.
Recent graduates from ECA’s animation department will screen and discuss their award-winning work as part of this year’s Manipulate Festival.
An exhibition of contemporary painting, sculpture and installation exploring drapery and fold including work by 8 ECA graduates.
Diane Christiansen will be exhibiting on the Sculpture Court Balcony at Edinburgh College of Art from the 7th February to the 24th February, where she will be showing works on paper, painted plaster panels and animation.
Angela Dimitrakaki and Kirsten Lloyd from ECA's History of Art are curating an exhibition in Edinburgh and Glasgow that investigates how the economy impacts upon life.
Four graduates from the Reid School of Music are curating a week-long festival of experimental sonic art and performance at The Forest cafe, Edinburgh.
Allen Packwood, internationally renowned Churchill archivist and Executive Director of the Churchill Centre UK, to present his talk 'Aspects of Winston Churchill' at ECA on 24th February 2013.
The School of Design are pleased to announce their public lecture series for semester two.
Gordon Brennan, ECA's Head of Painting, has been invited to exhibit his work at York College.
ECA Animators and students from the New Bulgarian University make a film a day for 2 working weeks.
This semester sees the return of ECA's popular series of Friday Talks.
'Derek Clarke at 100' is a celebratory exhibition looking at the long and illustrious career of the Royal Scottish Academy's oldest current member.
Catlin Guide have named ECA's Andrew Gannon as one of the 40 most promising graduates from a British art school.
ECA Students are amongst those involved in 'Immortal Memory', a dynamic piece about the life and works of Robert Burns.
ECA graduate Will Anderson has been nominated for the 2013 Short Animation BAFTA.
Igor Dukhan is a Caledonian Research Foundation visiting professor to the Art History Department, University of Edinburgh.
This article was published on Apr 25, 2013