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  • Goodbye Scotland, Hello Scotland (flickr:ricjl CC-BY-NC-SA)

    Goodbye Scotland. Hello Scotland.

    by Andy Summers We find ourselves, as always, within a particular moment in time. The time, now, is one that demands a level of attentiveness, thought and ultimately action [...]
  • Scotland's ambiguous urbanism (flickr:pfrench99)

    Scotland’s ambiguous urbanism

    by Stacey Hunter In the recent past Scotland’s architecture policy has reflected strongly the values of what is known as the New Urbanism; a movement with its origins in [...]
  • Glasgow School of Art (flickr: ikkoskinen)

    Performing the arts

    It’s a dark and windy evening in an Edinburgh winter. In a supposedly open session at the Edinburgh College of Art, a spokesperson on culture from one of Scotland’s two [...]
  • Goodbye Scotland, Hello Scotland (flickr:ricjl CC-BY-NC-SA)

    Goodbye Scotland. Hello Scotland.

    September 18, 2014 // 0 Comments

    by Andy Summers We find ourselves, as always, within a particular moment in time. The time, now, is one that demands a level of attentiveness, thought and ultimately action beyond the everyyear that folk in Scotland are used to and, in some quarters, even want. For [...]
  • Eclair Fifi, woman for independence // National Collective

    Scotland’s new women

    September 17, 2014 // 0 Comments

    by Laura Waddell We’re nearly at the end of an energetic campaign period. Regardless of which way the vote goes in the Scottish independence referendum, women have created greater space and visibility for themselves in Scottish political discourse. Women are still a [...]
  • Scotland's ambiguous urbanism (flickr:pfrench99)

    Scotland’s ambiguous urbanism

    September 17, 2014 // 0 Comments

    by Stacey Hunter In the recent past Scotland’s architecture policy has reflected strongly the values of what is known as the New Urbanism; a movement with its origins in the US and the concept of the European city at its intellectual and conceptual heart. New [...]
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