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Collaborative workshop to create a new adult colouring book inspired by over 40,000 images published by the University's Centre for Research Collections (CRC) under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (CC BY).
Combining both analogue and digital processes participants will learn key skills to transform photographs from the collection into new artworks.
Attendees will be encouraged to print their contribution and colour them in with materials provided. The event will conclude with an informal competition with small prizes for the winners.
Research has shown that walking can help to focus the mind and improve memory. It also helps us to stay on task for a longer period of time. For these reasons we would like to invite you to walk with us while practicing and learning some Spanish. This workshop is also an opportunity for students to explore their own learning while doing some physical activity. (NOT SUITABLE FOR BEGINNERS)
23 Things for Digital Confidence is an award-winning, open, and self-paced course for digital and online skills run here at the University of Edinburgh.
Explore Augmented + Virtual Reality, and Geolocational tools in this fun hands-on afternoon.
We are pleased to announce that the Internet of Things Challenge is running again this year!
The IoT Challenge is a 3 day making challenge where you will get together into teams, be given some equipment and have a go at tackling a real world challenge using IoT technologies! Whatever your experience level, even if you are a completed beginner or want to learn the basics of coding and working with hardware, come along and learn something new in a fun, relaxed environment.
Food textures! How much do you think about them when you eat? How important is the texture to our culinary experience?
Maybe you've tried modifying a recipe to achieve a desired texture. But have you ever manipulated food textures to achieve a desired mouthfeel-result? Can science help? Come along to our workshop to find out more!
Dive into the culinary arts and explore how science can improve cooking. This is very different from using cooking to demonstrate scientific principles! We'll explain how stuff works, do some demonstrations, then let you have a go at it.
Imagine that a tiny house becomes your classroom. How would you learn differently if your lecture was relocated into a mobile shepherd's hut? Discover the concrete utopia of a civic educational sanctuary. In the academic world of busy 'think tanks', take a break around the wood burner of this decelerated 'dream tank'! Second of three Festival Welcome Hut days: Participatory research day. Sign up to discover the tiny house as an unprecedented element in arts-based methodologies. Observe the public sphere through the lens of this mobile site for hospitality and welcome.
Imagine that a tiny house becomes your classroom. How would you learn differently if your lecture was relocated into a mobile shepherd's hut? Discover the concrete utopia of a civic educational sanctuary. In the academic world of busy 'think tanks', take a break around the wood burner of this decelerated 'dream tank'!
Second of three Festival Welcome Hut days: Participatory research day. Sign up to discover the tiny house as an unprecedented element in arts-based methodologies. Observe the public sphere through the lens of this mobile site of hospitality and welcome.
An interdisciplinary workshop exploring the relationship of the senses and the environment to the creative process. We will meet in a specific sensory environment, a coffee house, to help stimulate the creation of literature.
Drawing on the history of writing and café culture, participants will be encouraged to think about how we use these spaces in the 21st century: as social spaces, or as spaces to be ‘alone together’. How do our conceptions of these spaces contribute to our creative writing?
Join the Late Antique and Medieval Postgraduate Society (LAMPS) as we visit four medieval abbeys - Melrose, Jedburgh, Dryburgh, and Kelso - in the Scottish Borders, learning about how they fared in times of both war and peace.