Here is our roundup of exciting events taking place in Edinburgh this month:
LEGO® Exhibition: The fantastic National Museum of Scotland has opened its doors to the world of LEGO® this month. The exhibition, titled “BUILD IT! Adventures with LEGO® Bricks”, includes a host of interesting models from close to home as well as intricate models of the Lincoln Memorial, Brazil’s infamous Christ the Redeemer and The Chinese Gate, to name but a few. All of the models have been carefully crafted by Lego artist Warren Elsmore and the exhibition, which is proving very popular already, runs until Sunday 17th of April and is completely free of charge.
For a look at what you can expect and the museum’s opening times, click here.
Stick-figures at St. Andrew Square: Highly regarded French designers Groups LAPS have installed their take on the materializing of modern day lives which will run in St. Andrew Square until Monday 28th of March. The outdoor artwork entices viewers’ senses using LED lights, soundtracks and flashing lights and starts the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design in Scotland off with a bang. This is a must see spectacle for Design and Architecture students and enthusiasts.
For more information on this event, click here.
Edinburgh Student Art Festival: Between Saturday 12th and Saturday 19th February, the Edinburgh Student Art Festival will showcase the work of talented students from throughout the city. The event includes exhibitions, workshops and performances in various locations throughout the week. These tailored events aim to equip arts students with skills to improve their employability through insights from leaders of the creative scene in Scotland.
For information on the locations and prices of the events in the festival, click here.
(Image courtesy of the City of Edinburgh Council)