Join us in a discussion with Frank McElhinney and Bruce Shaw about their residencies and exhibition, followed by a Q&A.

The discussion will be streamed on Zoom, with limited tickets available for in person seating. In person tickets will include a glass of wine.

Frank McElhinney is a visual artist based in Scotland. His work investigates migration, nationhood and mortality. Having first studied medieval and modern history, Frank investigates contemporary issues through an historical lens. He works with different media but photography is foremost in his practice. His photographs are made outdoors, often using pinhole cameras loaded with paper, to produce images that may not be placed easily in time.

Bruce Shaw grew up in Perth and graduated as a mature student from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee in 2009. His current studio practice is based in wasps Meadow Mill building in Dundee. He also delivers/facilitates art based workshops within the community for the health and wellbeing sector.

Image Caption

Frank McElhinney, Relief Work 2: Healy's Pass, Cork/Kerry border, Silver gelatin print

  • Venue

    Royal Scottish Academy

  • Room

    RSA Lower Galleries

  • Address

    Edinburgh EH2 2EL, UK

  • Phone Number

    0131 624 6110

  • Price

    Tickets £10 | RSA Friends & Students £7 | Free Online

  • Website