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Watch Friday Forums 4 to 6 again!

Our Friday Forum event series was delivered in partnership with Visual Arts Scotland between April and July 2020. Each Friday Forum featured four contributors from a variety of creative backgrounds who showcased snippets of their work, gave virtual tours around their studio space, and/or provided insights into their creative practice.

Friday Forum was developed by Creative Informatics in partnership with Visual Arts Scotland, and in support of the Emergency Art Workers’ Support Fund (EAWSF) instigated by Visual Arts Scotland to support creatives facing a loss of income due to Covid-19. You can watch Friday Forum 4, 5, and 6 below!

Friday Forum 4

Friday Forum 4 took place on the 22nd May and was hosted by Sarah Calmus from Visual Arts Scotland and Creative Informatics Director Chris Speed. Our contributors were hand-weaver and scientist Lynne Hocking-Mennie, photographer Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert, photographer and art model Maxime Ragni, and multi-media artist Megan Rudden.

Friday Forum 5

Friday Forum 5 took place on Friday the 29th May and was hosted by Sarah Calmus from Visual Arts Scotland and Creative Informatics Research Fellow Inge Panneels. Our contributors were composer and sound artist Luci Holland, writer and teacher Gavin Inglis, dance artist Kathryn Spence, and visual artist Julie-Ann Simpson.

Friday Forum 6

Friday Forum 6 took place on the 5th of June and was hosted by Sarah Calmus from Visual Arts Scotland and Creative Informatics Programme Manager Nicola Osborne. Our contributors were visual artist Greer Pester, poet and illustrator Iona Lee, performance artist Sweaetshops, and sound artist Kim Moore.

We’ll have more Friday Forum videos coming very soon! If you have questions about any of our previous Friday Forum contributors, please contact the Creative Informatics team at creativeinformatics@ed.ac.uk.

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