Events

Create, collaborate, stay connected. Our innovative events programme offers the perfect platform for connection and exchange through a varied range of events. From our regular Talking Heads and Creative & Corporate Love gatherings to speed networking and one-off forums with our International partners, there’s something to suit everyone. Pop along today and leave feeling inspired and connected.


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Monday
19 November 2018
08:00 - 18:00

29th World Cardiology Conference

Leonardo Hotel Edinburgh Capital | 187 Clermiston Road | EH12 6UG Edinburgh

World Cardiology Conferences team proudly announces the upcoming event i.e. CME Accredited 29th World Cardiology Conference scheduled to be held during November 19-20, 2018 at Edinburgh, Scotland. World Cardiology 2018 designed on the theme: The Fight for Healthy Heart is inviting expert faculty from all over the world that will present practical clinical approaches to diagnostics and latest management strategies of challenging and controversial topics in cardiology. For more details please visit: http://worldcardiology.conferenceseries.com/ Conference Location: Leonardo Hotel Edinburgh Capital | 187 Clermiston Road | EH12 6UG Edinburgh Organizing Committee Members: • Roland Hetzer, chair and head of surgery at the German Heart Centre, Berlin, Germany, professor of surgery, Free University of Berlin, and professor of surgery, Humboldt University, Berlin • Sergey Suchkov, Professor, Sechenov University, Moscow Engineering Physical University (MEPhI), Russian Federation • Dr. Aristotle Protopapas, Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Imperial College London, United Kingdom • Jean Pierre Usdin, Cardiologist, American Hospital of Paris, France • Marco Picichè, Cardiac Surgeon, San Bortolo Hospital, Italy • K. K. Talwar, Chairman, Max Heart Institute, India Conference Highlights: • Cardiovascular Diseases • Cardiac Electrophysiology • Clinical Cardiology • Vascular Heart Diseases • Interventional Cardiology • Echocardiography • Cardiovascular Surgeries • Pediatric Cardiology • Cardiovascular Diabetology, Obesity & Stroke • Cardiac Device Therapy • Cardiology Case Reports • Current Research in Cardiology • Heart Regeneration • Nuclear Cardiology • Geriatric Cardiology • Hypertension • Cardiomyopathy & Heart Failure • Cardiac Nursing • Women Heart Health • Cardiovascular Agents • Cardiovascular Diseases during Pregnancy • Cardiovascular Risk Factors The aim of this conference is stimulate new ideas for treatment and analyze the current market for the future direction of cardiovascular drugs, devices, and diagnostics, with an emphasis on newer products that will be beneficial across the spectrum of cardiology. Lectures will provide a comprehensive state-of-the-art update of the clinical uses of various techniques in the diagnosis, prognosis, and management of common heart diseases

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Monday
19 November 2018
08:00 - 18:00

29th World Cardiology Conference

Leonardo Hotel Edinburgh Capital | 187 Clermiston Road | EH12 6UG Edinburgh

World Cardiology Conferences team proudly announces the upcoming event i.e. CME Accredited 29th World Cardiology Conference scheduled to be held during November 19-20, 2018 at Edinburgh, Scotland. World Cardiology 2018 designed on the theme: The Fight for Healthy Heart is inviting expert faculty from all over the world that will present practical clinical approaches to diagnostics and latest management strategies of challenging and controversial topics in cardiology. For more details please visit: http://worldcardiology.conferenceseries.com/ Conference Location: Leonardo Hotel Edinburgh Capital | 187 Clermiston Road | EH12 6UG Edinburgh Organizing Committee Members: • Roland Hetzer, chair and head of surgery at the German Heart Centre, Berlin, Germany, professor of surgery, Free University of Berlin, and professor of surgery, Humboldt University, Berlin • Sergey Suchkov, Professor, Sechenov University, Moscow Engineering Physical University (MEPhI), Russian Federation • Dr. Aristotle Protopapas, Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Imperial College London, United Kingdom • Jean Pierre Usdin, Cardiologist, American Hospital of Paris, France • Marco Picichè, Cardiac Surgeon, San Bortolo Hospital, Italy • K. K. Talwar, Chairman, Max Heart Institute, India Conference Highlights: • Cardiovascular Diseases • Cardiac Electrophysiology • Clinical Cardiology • Vascular Heart Diseases • Interventional Cardiology • Echocardiography • Cardiovascular Surgeries • Pediatric Cardiology • Cardiovascular Diabetology, Obesity & Stroke • Cardiac Device Therapy • Cardiology Case Reports • Current Research in Cardiology • Heart Regeneration • Nuclear Cardiology • Geriatric Cardiology • Hypertension • Cardiomyopathy & Heart Failure • Cardiac Nursing • Women Heart Health • Cardiovascular Agents • Cardiovascular Diseases during Pregnancy • Cardiovascular Risk Factors The aim of this conference is stimulate new ideas for treatment and analyze the current market for the future direction of cardiovascular drugs, devices, and diagnostics, with an emphasis on newer products that will be beneficial across the spectrum of cardiology. Lectures will provide a comprehensive state-of-the-art update of the clinical uses of various techniques in the diagnosis, prognosis, and management of common heart diseases

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Tuesday
20 November 2018
19:00 - 21:30

Challenging HIV Stigma Through Poetry: Creative Writing Workshop

University of Edinburgh

HIV Scotland and the Edinburgh University LGBT+ Society host a free poetry workshop with 5 spaces open to the public. As part of the Positive Stories Project (https://www.positivestories.scot/), the workshop will address HIV stigma through poetry. Participants are encouraged to engage in a discussion about HIV, followed by the opportunity to write their own poetry under the guidance of experienced creative writing workshop leaders from the University of Edinburgh and the University of Glasgow. Register via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/challenging-hiv-stigma-through-poetry-creative-writing-workshop-tickets-48645254265

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Thursday
22 November 2018
19.30 - 21.30

12th Evening @the Whitespace

76 East Crosscauseway, EH8 9HQ Edinburgh, United Kingdom

An evening of making the invisible visible, the misunderstood understood,the obscure given clarity, the gravity of something less importance.

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Friday
23 November 2018
18:30 - 20:30

Challenging HIV Stigma: Writing Workshop & Reading

The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh

Engage in a discussion about the stigma faced by people with HIV in Scotland today while writing your own rebellious poetry or stories with HIV Scotland's Artist in Residence. Stay after the workshop to hear the stories of people affected by HIV, as they read from their forthcoming literary collection. 23 November, 6.30 PM - 8.30 PM, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh. Free and open to the public. Refreshments provided. To reserve your space, email Angie at angie.spoto@hivscotland.com This event is part of Book Week Scotland and hosted at The Fruitmarket Gallery, located just beside Waverley Train Station. The workshop and reading party are part of the Positive Stories Project, a series of creative writing workshops for people living with HIV, a mentorship programme that pairs people living with HIV with professional writers, and a published book where those affected by HIV share their stories with the world. This project is the first of its kind in Scotland, giving those affected by HIV a chance to work directly with professional writers to better tell their stories. Let’s write to end HIV stigma.

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Saturday
24 November 2018
10:00 - 17:00

Christmas Design Fair

A curated selling event showcasing 8 Edinburgh based designer/makers working across ceramics, printed textiles, jewellery, printmaking, painting and wearable textiles. Gifts galore and stocking fillers a plenty as well as many wish list items. Support hand made this Christmas and give something unique and made with love.

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Saturday
24 November 2018
10:30 - 16:30

V&A Dundee: Reboot My Brand with Chris Hunt

1 Riverside Esplanade, Dundee, DD1 4EZ

Discover how to make your personal or professional brand ‘P.O.P’ with a one-day workshop led by PR, events guru and stylist Chris Hunt. You’ll come away with new goals, ideas, and an inspirational plan to put them into action. As Director of Genuine, Chris has co-ordinated campaigns and events for brands such as Campari and Bombay Sapphire. Genuine has also specialised in creative industries and promoting their value to the Scottish economy including founding the Glasgow Design Collective now known as Scotland Re:Designed. They are currently delivering work across music, wellbeing, fashion, textiles and destinations . This course is for you if you want to explore the techniques essential to creating, delivering and evaluating brand campaigns. Designed for those working in any industry, this group workshop will allow you to share, review and redesign your brand’s PR & marketing. From photos and social, to copy, events, media and measurement, you’ll learn how to introduce Genuine’s P.O.P. culture into your own work.

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Tuesday
27 November 2018
18:00 - 21:30

Agency Positioning for Agency Owners

Whitespace, Norloch House, 36 King's Stables Road, Edinburgh EH1 2EU

Event hosted by The Agency Collective for principal owners and shareholders of agencies – Digital, Creative, Brand, Content, Marketing, PR, Data/Analytics, Search, Design, Video, Social Media, UX… agencies Agency proposition "What practical tips or exercises can you recommend to agencies to identify 'waves'?" "What practical tips or exercises can you recommend for agencies to set up in way where they can quickly adapt to changes?" "Can you talk us through more about the concept of the ‘networked agency’ or do you have some examples of such agencies?" Some of the questions asked on our tour across the UK with agency positioning expert Karla Morales-Lee. This event is your final chance to ask your questions about positioning your agency that will attract the clients and people you want to work with. Introducing the speaker Karla is one of the best agency brand positioning consultant and business development expert in our industry. Frustrated by the lack of exposure of small indepedent agencies in the UK agency scene, she created a national programme of events and awards programme to improve the way agencies go about winning new business (by treating it as an art, not a numbers game) In January 2018 she co-founded New Breed Services, a new kind of intermediary that connects brands to unusual suspects. It is founded on the belief that collaboration is not just another business model, but the only way for brands to survive and thrive in modern times. What is The Agency Collective? You might have heard about us before, but if you haven’t, we're here to help you run a better agency through expert advice, peer support and accountability. Here’s what to expect from the people attending: - We’re all transparent about the way we run things at our agencies and know that by sharing we'll help each other build better businesses - Caring and always make sure that everyone feels in the right mindset before dishing out advice about how to fix your agency problem. - Takers are not allowed. If you're thinking: "Yeah, this sounds in line with my values” then come along for some drinks & food to meet the right agency owners and experts that will help you grow. Format of the night 6pm - 7pm - Arrival, Food & drinks 7pm - 8:30pm: Presentation from Karla + Q&A 8:30pm - 10:30pm: Chat & drinks till close. Ticket info This event is FREE to attend for all Agency Collective members and their guests. Please contact anne@theagencycollective.co.uk if you're not a member and you would like to attend. Please note that tickets are non-refundable. However, if you can no longer make it, please let us know at least 7 days before the event and we'll give you a credit to use for future events.

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Wednesday
28 November 2018
18.30 - 21.00

ASCUS: Beyond the Naked Eye [ Beginners Microscopy Course ]

ASCUS Lab Summerhall Place Edinburgh EH9 1PL

[ Runs from 31st October - 28th November ] Experience new ways of creating striking images by venturing into the unseen world of microscopy, exploring different samples and staining techniques through the medium of light. ASCUS Lab is equipped with a wide range of microscopes that have a variety of microscopy techniques, from basic brightfield using simple white light to darkfield and polarised light techniques that alter the light path. This workshop will cover every stage, from sample collection and preparation, taking you through the basic physics of how microscopes work along with an introduction to the different techniques of light microscopy. Explore and gain understanding of how different samples interact with light and different stains and gain the confidence in using a range of microscopes for your own creative exploration into microscopic image making. You will try out making various samples from the world around you – from single celled to multi celled organisms like you, to plants, dust and everything in between. The course will explore the benefits of using different samples for making permanent slides, along with the benefits of using different contrast enhancing techniques for both scientific and creative purposes. All participants should bring along a notebook to take notes as a range of different processes and protocols will be covered over on the course, all other materials are provided. To find out more and book your place, please follow the link below >>>

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Thursday
29 November 2018
18:00 - 19:30

LIBERTY Lates | Why Lace is a Smart Textile

Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary Street Edinburgh EH1 1LT

Explore LIBERTY Art Fabrics & Fashion exhibition at this special evening viewing with the Smart Textiles team at Edinburgh Napier University. Lace is not only a fashion fabric but also a touchstone for tradition, from christening gowns to mourning veils. The subject of a major exhibition at Bath’s Fashion Museum in 2018, lace is now the focus of 21st century innovation as the chosen material with which to advance large scale commercial manufacture of smart textiles in Scotland. Join Sarah Taylor, from Edinburgh Napier University to discover the latest developments in light-emitting textiles that combine optical and digital technologies. Sarah Taylor is a design practitioner and Senior Research Fellow at Edinburgh Napier University who has conducted pioneering research into the application of fibre optics within woven textile structures. She has worked in the field of e-textiles for over 20 years, specialising in light-emitting textiles. Her designs are in public collections including the National Maritime Museum and National Museums Scotland. LIBERTY Lates £9 (+ booking fee) Admission to the talk is free with your Liberty Late ticket. Seating is unreserved, please arrive early to secure a space. 6pm – Access to Liberty Art Fabrics & Fashion exhibition 6.15pm – Talk in South Gallery 7.30pm – Exhibition closes Every ticket sold supports the work of The Dovecot Foundation to advance visual art, craft and design in all its forms.

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Friday
30 November 2018
10:00 - 17:00

Exhibition: Terra Forma [ 17 - 30th November ]

Edinburgh Pallete, Studio B12, 151 London Road, Edinburgh

[ Opening night 16th November 7 - 9.30pm ] Ceramics: Allison Weightman, Glen Clyesdale, Ian Henderson, Fergus Stewart, Jeremy Mackenzie Ross. Stone Carving: Joel Baker, Giles Heffer, Josephine Crossland, Luke Batchelor, Michelle le Bruin Painting: Mary Morrison

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Saturday
1 December 2018
10:30 - 17:30

24 Doors of Advent 2018 at Dovecot Studios

Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh EH1 1LT

Join us on Saturday 1 December for 24 Doors of Advent 2018 with Edinburgh’s Christmas. Take creative inspiration from the Dovecot weavers and their work on show from the Tapestry Studio Viewing Balcony and marvel at the edible delights on offer in our cafe Leo’s at Dovecot. Attendees will be able to visit the exhibition LIBERTY Art Fabrics & Fashion with a 50% discount on General Admission Tickets bought on the door that day. 24 Doors of Advent: Edinburgh’s Christmas is an annual event from 1 – 24 December. Each day a building in Edinburgh opens its doors to the public, offering the opportunity for visitors to discover hidden heritage gems and celebrate the city’s architecture, places and spaces.

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Saturday
1 December 2018
10:00 - 21:00

Edinburgh Multilingual Stories Festival

Assembly Roxy 2 Roxburgh Place Edinburgh EH8 9SU

A Celebration of Edinburgh diversity through the Arts! Theatre Sans Accents, Bilingualism Matters and the Polish Cultural Festival Association are launching Edinburgh’s latest cultural event: the Edinburgh Multilingual Stories Festival! Starting on Friday 30 November and Sunday 2 December 2018 at Assembly Roxy, a series of workshops, talks, performances, concerts and a mini food festival for adults and children will take place to showcase Edinburgh’s vibrant artistic and cultural community in all its diversity. The unique emphasis on both diversity and community as founding principles makes for an eclectic, international and multidisciplinary programme, ranging from multilingual ceilidh to bilingual haiku writing, French puppetry to BSL storytelling and many more events (full programme on our website). The festival will be a unique space for artists, researchers and members of the public of all backgrounds and horizons to meet, exchange and explore multiculturalism, as well as to celebrate their belonging to Edinburgh. Funded by Awards for All, BEMIS, the University of Edinburgh and Scotland’s Winter Festival, the festival was able to commission five exciting new pieces of work across theatre, dance, visual arts and music which are made in collaboration between Edinburgh-based bilingual artists and local schools and communities; to reflect on language, culture and identity. A permanent visual art installation made by Elina Karadzhova will take over an area of the Roxy with the aim to constantly interact with the public and Flore Gardner was selected to design the visual identity of the festival. Daniel Orejon (Theatre), Roberto Cassani (Music) and Farah Saleh (Dance) will each present a work in progress during a scratch night on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd December followed by a Q&A. Daytime events will be free of charge, admission to the festival (£3/£4). Evening events will be charged individually.

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Tuesday
4 December 2018
17:30 - 19:00

Water Surface 2018 Cutting Off Ceremony

Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh EH1 1LT

Dovecot celebrates 10 years at Infirmary Street Baths with the completion of a new tapestry, Water Surface 2018, woven by Dovecot master Weaver David Cochrane and Junior Weaver Ben Hymers. Ticket prices include drink on arrival, access to the viewing balcony to watch the cutting-off, live music, and a Q&A with the two Weavers hosted by Dovecot’s Director Celia Joicey. Tickets £25 (+ booking fee)

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Thursday
6 December 2018
14:00 - 17:00

EPAD: Training [ what is the best status for my company? ]

Empire Rooms, Edinburgh Festival Theatre (enter via main entrance) Edinburgh United Kingdom

Edinburgh Performing Arts Development (EPAD) is a capacity-building project, supported by Capital Theatres and the City of Edinburgh Council. We act as a facilitator and connector, enabling Edinburgh's independent performing artists and producers to share in the knowledge, experience and facilities within the city's wider cultural infrastructure. We are delighted to be hosting an afternoon training session with Cultural Enterprise Office (CEO) on setting up as a legal entity. A range of different options will be outlined, giving you information about what is involved in establishing and running your project under the different structures. These will include details of running as a Sole Trader, in a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO), a Limited Company and a Community Interest Company (CIC). Using practical examples, the seminar will focus on your perspective as creative artists and will respond to your needs and questions. You will come away with a clear understanding of the different types of structure available and the requirements around governance and maintenance for each. You will know how each can enable them and protect you as you further your career. For more information and to book your place, please follow the link below >>>

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Saturday
8 December 2018
10:30 - 18:30

GLOW Christmas Design Fair

Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh EH1 1LT

GLOW is a new and unique direct selling event, curated by James Donald, who brought you CLOTH#18 in August earlier this year. This Scottish design led fair, will bring you a curated group of Scottish makers from a multitude of disciplines, reflecting the best in Scottish craft, including textiles. Tickets cost £1 on the door.

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Saturday
8 December 2018
10:00 - 16:30

Tapestry Weaving Experience Day

Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh EH1 1LT

Would you like to learn to weave in one of the world’s most famous tapestry studios? This Saturday workshop is a rare opportunity to spend time on the weaving floor of Dovecot Tapestry Studio. Founded over 100 years ago, Dovecot has created some of the most high profile tapestries of the past decade in collaboration with outstanding international artists. Now you can become part of the wonderful Dovecot atmosphere during this one-day weaving experience. Aimed at absolute beginners, the workshop introduces the traditional materials of a cotton warp and wool weft as well as the basic skills involved in creating a woven tapestry, highlighting a range of weaving techniques. You will receive expert tuition from professional weaver Fiona Hutchison and at the end of the day you are invited to sit back and admire your hard work with a glass of Dovecot fizz. Price: includes equipment* and glass of fizz *The fee includes the tapestry yarn and use of equipment during the workshop. Should participants wish to acquire a tapestry frame, yarn and bobbins to continue their work at home these are available for sale on the day. More detail for participants who book: 10-10.15am Arrival, attendees must sign in at front desk and can collect coffee from Dovecot Cafe 10.15-10.30am Introduction to Dovecot Tapestry Studio 10.30am-1.00pm Weaving techniques – materials; winding the bobbin; half hitches; how to start and finish the weft; open and closed sheds; how to control weft tension; how to keep straight edges 1.00-1.30pm Break and time to explore the Dovecot exhibition and displays 1.30-3.30pm Weaving techniques – changing colour; dealing with slits; how different materials can be used or combined to achieve a variety of surface qualities. 3.30-4pm Finishing off the tapestry 4-4.30pm Cutting off ceremony with a glass of fizz on Viewing Balcony

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Thursday
13 December 2018
13:00 - 10:00

International Physical Theatre Lab and IUGTE Conference

International Physical Theatre Lab and IUGTE Conference December 13 - 21, 2018 Leitring bei Leibnitz, Austria The Lab is open to performers from different creative genres and techniques inspired by Physical Theatre as a bold, vibrant and multidimensional approach to contemporary theatre performance. The program is designed for experienced dancers, actors of physical theatre, contemporary circus performers, choreographers and directors - performing arts practitioners with professional stage experience working in various genres, techniques and styles - interested to find new international network opportunities and collaborators. The programme includes the intensive practical training, lectures and discussions with the theatre director and teacher Sergei Ostrenko and the programme of IUGTE annual International Conference with performing arts teachers from different countries. IUGTE Lab and Conference offer a great opportunity to approach a unique methodological and practical material that will enrich your professional skills and will offer you the possibility to share an intense creative experience at a global level! More Details: http://www.iugte.com/projects/physicality

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Sunday
16 December 2018
16:00 - 19:00

Pop Up Shop

WhiteSpace 76 East Crosscauseway Edinburgh EH8 9HQ

Ten Edinburgh based designers and makers introduce an inspiring Christmas Craft Shop at Whitespace Gallery. You will find an array of beautiful gift ideas including jewellery, ceramics, leather work, hand woven baskets, woodwork, photography, children's clothing, soap and candles. This collective of independent designers and makers are showing together for the first time. Their unique hand-crafted work will be on display for one week only at the Whitespace Gallery. You will have the chance to meet one or two of the makers in person as they will all be at the gallery over the week.

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Friday
28 December 2018
18:30 - 21:00

Dead Images Exhibition & Conference

Edinburgh College of Art, The University of Edinburgh Edinburgh EH3 9DF

Dead Images exhibition (28th June - 25th August 2018, ECA). Join us for the opening, conference and educational events. “Dead Images” project is an arts-based research undertaking involving artists and academics from the Natural History Museum of Vienna, Humboldt University of Berlin and the University of Edinburgh. Dead Images is a project which explores the contentious legacy of historic collections of human remains (skulls more specifically) that still dwell in public institutions in Europe. It is part of larger project, TRACES, which explores opportunities and practices inherent in transmitting difficult pasts and heritages (funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 693857 see: http://www.traces.polimi.it/ ) For more information about the event, please follow the link below >>>

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Friday
28 December 2018
18:30 - 21:00

Dead Images, exhibition opening, discussion and reception

Edinburgh College of Art, The University of Edinburgh Edinburgh EH3 9DF

Dead Images exhibition (28th June - 25th August 2018, ECA). Join us for the opening, conference and educational events. “Dead Images” project is an arts-based research undertaking involving artists and academics from the Natural History Museum of Vienna, Humboldt University of Berlin and the University of Edinburgh. Dead Images is a project which explores the contentious legacy of historic collections of human remains (skulls more specifically) that still dwell in public institutions in Europe. It is part of larger project, TRACES, which explores opportunities and practices inherent in transmitting difficult pasts and heritages (funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 693857 see: http://www.traces.polimi.it/ ) For more information about the event, please follow the link below >>>

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Sunday
3 February 2019
13:00 - 10:00

International Physical Theatre Workshop

International Physical Theatre Workshop January 3 - 9, 2019 Retzhof Castle - Austria International Physical Theatre workshop is specifically designed to prepare participants for a professional practice, both within the educational context and within the professional development of performers. Primarily aimed at high-level dancers, choreographers, directors and actors who wish to extend their knowledge and skills through a practical research of: how to tell story through dance and movement, performance and acting; how to be choreographer, coach, director of movement and dance; how to create ensemble and professional performance in a limited rehearsal time and many more. Practical sessions are designed to enhance understanding of performance making and rehearsal processes, and skills in pedagogy. This workshop is a simple way that can help you formulate your personal unique approach to work with actors and dancers, through the intensive practical training based on the Ostrenko Brothers Method of performer's physical training and rehearsal. Students may expect to encounter the techniques of such outstanding figures as V. Meyerhold, M. Chekhov, K. Stanislavski which got incorporated into the method by Ostrenko. The course is taught by the experienced professional practitioners, experts in performing arts pedagogy, actors’ training, theatre directing and movement research in intercultural groups and projects. More Details: http://www.iugte.com/projects/lab

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Thursday
7 March 2019
09:00 - 15:00

32nd Euro Congress on Cancer Science & Therapy

Barcelona, Spain

Conference Series LLC LTD is overwhelmed to announce the commencement of its “32nd Euro Congress on Cancer Science and Therapy” on March 07-08, 2019 at Barcelona, Spain. The conference is CME & CPD Accredited. As the theme of the conference “Enlightening latest advancements in cancer diagnosis and therapy”, the major discussion topics will be based on Cancer Basic & Applied Researches, Cancer Biology, Organ Specific Cancers, Advances in cancer therapies, Tumor Immunology, Cancer Diagnosis and screening, Cancer Metabolomics, Cancer Nanotechnology, Tumor Virology and Novel Treatment Procedures. Cancer Science 2019 is the primary event that brings together a unique and international experts, researchers and decision makers both from academia and industry across the world to exchange their knowledge, expertise and research innovations in the arena of cancer treatment.

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Monday
11 March 2019
10:00 - 17:00

Catalysis Conferences

London

EuroSciCon is hosting “2nd International Conference on Modern Catalysis & Kinetics” by March 11-12, 2019 at London, UK Website: https://catalysis-kinetics.euroscicon.com/ Catalysis Conferences, Kinetics Conferences

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Saturday
18 May 2019
10:00 - 16:30

Tapestry Weaving Experience Day

Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh EH1 1LT

This Saturday workshop is a rare opportunity to spend time on the weaving floor of Dovecot Tapestry Studio. Founded over 100 years ago, Dovecot has created some of the most high profile tapestries of the past decade in collaboration with outstanding international artists. Now you can become part of the wonderful Dovecot atmosphere during this one-day weaving experience. Aimed at absolute beginners, the workshop introduces the traditional materials of a cotton warp and wool weft as well as the basic skills involved in creating a woven tapestry, highlighting a range of weaving techniques. You will receive expert tuition from professional weaver Fiona Hutchison and at the end of the day you are invited to sit back and admire your hard work with a glass of Dovecot fizz.

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Thursday
22 August 2019
09:00 - 18:00

13th World Biomarkers and Clinical Research Conference

40 Bloomsbury Way Lower Ground Floor WC1A 2SE

Advancements in Biomarkers 2019 brings an opportunity to discuss and learn about the advancements in biomarker studies that access together a unique and international experts, scientists and decision makers both from academia and industry across the world to exchange their knowledge, research innovations & expertise in the arena of Biomarkers. It includes Keynote presentations, Poster presentations, Oral presentations (Speaker forum and Young research forum).

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