Royal Scottish Academy Show 2007, Architects, Artists, Picture, 2008 Event

RSA Annual Exhibition 2007 + 2008 Architecture

RSA Annual Exhibition, Edinburgh, Scotland

16-27 Feb 2008 Mon to Sat 10 – 5, Sun 12 – 5
RSA Upper & Lower Galleries. Admission £2 / £1 Conc.

Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition 2007
‘House For A Rower’


RSA Annual Exhibition 2007 Architecture

Including HIGHLAND: Visual Responses to Highland Scotland
5 May – 20 Jun 2007
RSA Upper & Lower Galleries, The Mound, Edinburgh
Admission £4/£2 Under 12’s free, Open Mon to Sat 10 – 5, Sun 12 – 5

Projects from architects such as Malcolm Fraser, Morris & Steedman and Richard Murphy. The exhibition takes up all 12 of the magnificent RSA Galleries and includes painting, sculpture, film making, photography, printmaking, architecture and installation.

Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition 2007 display
RSA photo © Adrian Welch, 2006

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Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition 2007 RSA show
Weston Link building + context photo © Adrian Welch

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Edinburgh Property Developments – a recent selection on this website:

Trinity Academy Edinburgh secondary school building, Victoria Park conservation area, Trinity, north of Edinburgh
Design: Holmes Miller Architects
Trinity Academy Edinburgh school building design
image courtesy of Holmes Miller
Trinity Academy Edinburgh secondary school

Virgin Hotels Edinburgh
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The Royal Scottish Academy

Programme of exhibitions and events

We run our year-round programme of exhibitions, artist opportunities and events from our base at the Mound, Edinburgh.

As an independently funded, self-financing charity, the RSA raises income to support art and architecture in Scotland through a wide range of activities including artwork sales, consultancy services, art rental, our RSA Friends group, corporate sponsorship, bequests and donations.

The Royal Scottish Academy is a Registered Scottish Charity: No SC004198.

Supporting creative process

We support artists and architects in their creative process.

To achieve this, we:

– Uphold best practice in contemporary Scottish art and architecture.
– Maintain a collection, archive and library relating to the history of Scottish art and the activities of the Academy. Recognised as a Collection of National Significance by the Scottish – Government, we make our collections publicly accessible.
– Encourage and support emerging artists and architects.
– Inform national debates about visual, cultural and educational issues.
– Promote Scotland’s creativity internationally.
– Facilitate understanding and appreciation of the visual arts.


RSA History

The Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) is the country’s national academy of art. It promotes contemporary Scottish art.

The Academy was founded in 1826 by eleven artists meeting in Edinburgh. Originally named the Scottish Academy, it became the Royal Scottish Academy on being granted a royal charter in 1838.

The RSA maintains a unique position in the country as an independently funded institution led by eminent artists and architects to promote and support the creation, understanding, and enjoyment of visual arts through exhibitions and related educational events.

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