New Work Scotland Programme
We are currently closed to install the next exhibition
New Work Scotland Programme
18 May - 26 May
Preview Friday 17 May | 7-9pm
Inspired by the Technicolor utopias of children's television, Over The Rainbow invites the viewer into a shape-shifting world inhabited by cuddly monsters, faceless clones and gruesome pop divas. Shot entirely using green-screen the film presents a synthetic environment, part toy model, part computer generated landscape, which explores a dark, comedic parody of the fairytale, video game and horror movie genres.
Image: Rachel Maclean, Over the Rainbow, 2013, courtesy the artist and The Banff Centre.
An Art and Anthropology Summer School presented by Collective and LUX
10 - 14 June 2013
Contributions from artists: Sven Augustijnen, Mark Boulos, Andrea Büttner, Duncan Campbell and Wendelien van Oldenborgh
And anthropologists: Richard Baxstrom, Rupert Cox, Tim Ingold, Angela McClanahan (Summer School leader) and Amanda Ravetz
Prices - £175/£125 (concession card holder, students, unemployed).
Book via eventbrite.
Collective and LUX have collaborated to develop a week long Summer School which considers current discourses around art and anthropology.
Consisting of a series of in-conversation events, talks, workshop sessions, fieldwork, artists’ presentations and film screenings, the Summer School is a unique opportunity to be part of a small, dynamic group with unparalleled access to leading artists and thinkers in these fields.
The Summer School will be complemented by an evening screening programme of work by or selected by contributing artists, which will also be open to the public.
The Summer School is organised to coincide with The 13th RAI International Festival of Ethnographic Film which takes place in Edinburgh from the 13th - 16th June (NB Summer School participants will be able to get a RAI Film Festival pass at the member rate of £60).
Image: Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Bete & Deise, 2012, which will be screened as part of the Summer School.
We are excited to welcome applications from individuals wishing to be the first Volunteer Projects Assistant’s for Collective at our new venue at the Old City Observatory on Calton Hill.
Collective is looking for enthusiastic, positive, friendly and energetic volunteers to get involved.
The position would suit someone looking to begin a career in arts administration. However it also provides the opportunity for individuals to explore decisions about their future, for example in deciding to pursue their own practice. We promise lots of support and opportunities to develop skills and confidence - a rewarding and enjoyable experience working as part of a knowledgeable and dynamic team!
9am Wednesday 26 June 2013
Monday 15 July
(Preferred) Monday 29 July 2013
Events Coming Soon
The Sunday Driver
Sunday 12, 19 & 26 May | 3pm
The Sunday Driver is an events series programmed by Critical Discourse Intern, James Bell for the New Work Scotland Programme 2013. The programme takes the form of a screening, discussion and walk over three-consecutive Sundays.
Sunday 12 May | 3pm | Screening
Monuments, 2010 - Redmond Entwistle
The first event is a screening of Redmond Entwistle's Monuments, 2010, a film that attempts "to frame or even contain this infinite expansion between site and non-site, between the work and its primary document."
Artists' DIY Soapbox
Thursday 23 May | 6-8pm
As part of the New Work Scotland Programme, Collective stages an annual Artists' DIY Soapbox. This event aims to provide a platform for new and exciting, artist-led initiatives.
It's a great way for people to become aware of these new initiatives and find out what's going on at the grassroots in Scotland.
This year we will welcome: OHIO (Glasgow), Newhaven Station (Edinburgh) and Tin Roof (Dundee).