Catriona Taylor

Catriona has had several solo exhibitions, including Amber Arts, Edinburgh, Stanza Poetry Festival in St Andrews, The Park Gallery, Falkirk, Tweeddale Museum (twice), Peebles, and has been part of a number of group exhibitions including the RSA annual exhibition, SSA and VAS at the RSA Galleries., Grace field Arts Centre, Leith Gallery, Edinburgh Printmakers, Cameron’s Contemporary Gallery in Brighton and the London and Bristol Art Fairs

She has completed three Artist’s Residencies: at the National Library of Scotland making work in response to the collections, the resulting work was shown at the NLS exhibition space, Park Gallery, Falkirk and the Tweeddale Museum Peebles;with the Scottish Centre of Diaspora Studies at Edinburgh University, funded by a Leverhulm Artist in Residence Award. 2012-2014. The work from her residency was shown at the National Museum of Scotland and the Scottish Parliament and with Craig &Rose, Dunfermline funded by Arts and Business Creativity at Work Award.

In 2009 she was awarded a Cabn/Creative Scotland Visual Artist Award to make a short film about following the Cross Borders Drove Road on horseback. The subsequent film was screened at the first Alchemy Film Festival in 2010 and other venues such as the RSA Gallery in Edinburgh.

In 2012 Catriona was given the Alchemy Film Festival’s first commission to make a film about the Hawick Common Riding. The film  Kick Oan, was shown in October 2012 at the Alchemy Festival in Hawick.

The last two years have been taken up by making a documentary film, Careless about mental health and young people, following the suicide of a young friend.

She is an art tutor with the Community Education programme in Edinburgh and also Art Facilitator at Castle Craig Hospital for Addictions

 Catriona has had several solo exhibitions, including Amber Arts, Edinburgh,

 Stanza Poetry Festival in St Andrews, The Park Gallery, Falkirk, Tweeddale

 

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