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Wikipedia editing café  

Join artist and cultural practitioner Tanatsei Gambura, Sara Thomas (Scotland Programme Coordinator for Wikimedia UK) and staff at the Fruitmarket with your queries about editing Wikipedia. Whether you’re new to editing, or have attended a Wikipedia editathon before, bring along your research, drafted articles and questions and we will help you trouble shoot over lunch. […]

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Discussion Group: formless 

Join the Fruitmarket’s Research and Public Engagement Curator, Ruth Bretherick, for a lunch time discussion of form and formlessness in art history as it has inspired the work of Karla Black. There will be a small amount of reading to do in advance, provided when you book. This event will take place online. Participants will be […]

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Panel Discussion: this little fenced off space 

Kamini Vellodi (Edinburgh College of Art), Dominic Paterson (University of Glasgow) and Stephanie Straine (Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art) ask questions around architectural space, the space of creating and showing art, and of making space with art in relation to the work of Karla Black. With the new Fruitmarket now open, panellists will also […]

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Artist’s Talk: Karla Black 

Karla Black in conversation with Fiona Bradley, Director of the Fruitmarket. This event will take place online. A link will be sent out to participants in advance.  Book your place

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Wikipedia Editathon: Scottish Artists of Colour 

Join artist and cultural practitioner Tanatsei Gambura, Sara Thomas (Scotland Programme Coordinator for Wikimedia UK) and Fruitmarket staff as we research and edit Wikipedia pages that record the lives of contemporary artists of colour in Scotland. Following the success of our previous Wikipedia Editathon ‘A presence in history’, during which we created pages for Alberta […]

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