This display was created with members of the Young Ummah Project, a group for young Muslims in Brighton & Hove. Using objects and film the young people explore and discuss how their faith is woven into their everyday lives.
This exhibition explores Leith’s fascinating and varied heritage, through the art collections of the City Art Centre and history collections of Edinburgh Museums and Galleries. Discover Leith’s stunning landscapes, maritime history, proud sporting legacies and the galas, festivals and diversity of modern Leith.
For this exhibition, imminent photographer Moyra Davey presents works created using photographs she has taken in Liverpool and Manchester. These photographs are influenced by personal stories, as well as narratives drawn from literature and theory.
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