ReSeeIt Madelvic_revisedRe:See It was our first art exhibition over two floors with artworks and installations, along with animation and theater performance screenings, a puppet show and paper butterfly workshop. We also welcomed P5 Granton Primary School pupils and their “Butterfly Installation”.

Saturday 28 Nov:
12pm – 12.30pm… Series of Learning & Fun Short Animation Screenings
1pm… Theater Performance Screening of ‘Uprooted’, The Living Stage summer tour by Eco Drama Schools Theater
2pm… Puppet Show ‘Lupin is Hungry’ (The French Speaking Rabbit), age: 3-7, by Tania Czajka.
2.15pm… Children’s workshop by Tania Czajka

Sunday 29 Nov:
12pm – 12.30pm… Series of Short Animation Screenings
1pm… Theater Performance Screening of ‘Uprooted’ by Eco Drama.
2pm… Paper Butterfly Folding Workshop by Laura Nason

Ground floor exhibition, 28 and 29  Nov (open 11.00-3pm) with arts and crafts made from recycled materials on both days by a selection of artists based at St Margaret’s House and artists engaged with Creative Carbon Scotland Green Tease Network.

Artworks on show by:
Caroline Malcolm (Mixed Media Painting)
Jacqui Higgs (Mixed Media Painting)
Kevin Dagg (Sculpture)
Laura Nason (Butterfly Installation with P5 Granton Primary School Pupils)
Mona Kastell (Theater Designer)
Out of The Box (Edinburgh College students at Milton Road Campus)
Rose Hall (Hamish Mash Fashion)
Sarah Banard (Painting)
Sylvie Stainton (Mixed Media Relief Sculpture)
Alan Chapman (Mixed Media Painting)

Poster by Gareth Hutchison, member of the steering group

Re:See It (arts:hub 28-29.11.15)
Project Leader: Gareth Hutchison
Coinciding with the UN Conference on Climate Change held in Paris, ‘Re:See It’ was an exhibition of creative responses to sustainability. Works including paintings, sculptures, crafts and videos were displayed, alongside a butterfly-making workshop and a puppet show starring ‘Lapin’ the delightful French-speaking rabbit who was a huge hit with the kids. Re:See It was made possible with the collaboration and support of artists based at St Margaret’s House and those engaged with Creative Carbon Scotland’s Green Tease Network.