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Lucy Amsden on Clown Cabaret Scratch Night @ Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh // 14 November 2014

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I entered the stage, walking as normally as my flippers permitted, breathing through my snorkel and peering at the audience through steamed-up goggles. I stopped, smiled, turned my toes out neatly. They laughed. I shifted the goggles to my forehead, taking the red nose with them. ‘I’m not a clown,’ I told them, ‘I’m a… Continue reading

Hunterian Associates Open Evening // 5 November 2014

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The Hunterian Associates Program presents a unique opportunity for postgraduate students to engage in object-based research and develop skills in public speaking and engagement. As Hunterian Associates, postgraduate researchers are offered access to the objects in the Hunterian Collection. Their research is presented to the wider public in a variety of ways, including gallery talks… Continue reading