Consequences

Peace & Justice (Scotland) presents Consequences: Art and Activism in the Nuclear Age exhibition and events curated by Iliyana Nedkova and Heather Kiernan as part of the Peace Cranes project 16 August – 3 September 2022 Exhibition free and open to all Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm (except Saturday 27 September 2022) 3 September – 30 October 2022 Selected works from the exhibition by Peter Kennard | free … Continue reading Consequences

Peace Cranes

Peace Cranes was a project about peace, people and planet exploring the twin existential threats of nuclear weapons and climate change. It was manifested through a series of contemporary art exhibitions and events across Edinburgh and online since 6 August 2020 until 3 September 2022. Through artist’s films, drama, photography, installations and poetry, we explored the humanitarian and environmental consequences posed by the Russia’s invasion … Continue reading Peace Cranes

Movement

Movement is a touring screen dance exhibition which paints a collective moving image portrait of the pioneering contemporary dance diva Margaret Morris (1891–1980) and her method of natural movement known as Margaret Morris Movement or MMM, still practised the world over today. This is an homage through six films by Scottish and international contemporary visual artists and filmmakers including Lewis Gourlay, Su Grierson, Brian Hartley, … Continue reading Movement

Screen.dance

Screen.dance – Scotland’s first and only festival of dance film – was initiated and co-curated by Simon Fildes, Iliyana Nedkova and Peter Royston in 2016 and held at Threshold arspace, Perth until 2019 in association with Goat Media and Horsecross Arts. Explore Screen.dance 2019 (formerly known as Perth Screen Dance) by scrolling below In June 2020, Screen.dance migrated to Edinburgh under the curatorship of Simon … Continue reading Screen.dance