In December 2013, NVA’s The Invisible College held an event titled “Next Steps In The Reinvention Of St. Peter’s Seminary And Kilmahew” at Summerhall in Edinburgh. Ed Hollis of the University of Edinburgh and member of The Invisible College team discusses the some of the issues that have been explored…

In December 2013, NVA’s The Invisible College held an event titled “Next Steps In The Reinvention Of St. Peter’s Seminary And Kilmahew” at Summerhall in Edinburgh. Hayden Lorimer of the University of Glasgow and member of The Invisible College team discusses the some of the research undertaken so far.

NVA’s the Invisible College: Next steps in the reinvention of St Peter’s Seminary and Kilmahew


Angus Farquhar shares NVA’s future plans for St Peter’s Seminary/Kilmahew.

NVA’s the Invisible College: Next steps in the reinvention of St Peter’s Seminary and Kilmahew


Angus Farquhar of NVA presents briefly the ideas of horizontal learning and multiple voices. Time to revive the inspiring, true purpose of education..

NVA’s the Invisible College: Next steps in the reinvention of St Peter’s Seminary and Kilmahew.


NVA’s Angus Farquhar shares his beliefs for the contribution of dissent, spirit & community towards the Invisible College.

Bright autumn colours from Japanese maple trees by the bank of the Kilmahew Burn, down below the old house. These will be from the Victorian phase of the estate. It looks like there was a path along the western side of the burn with several of these trees planted beside it.

Photos taken October 2013 by Michael Gallagher

The Invisible College comes to Edinburgh’s Summerhall

SATURDAY 7 DECEMBER, 6-9PM, FREE
Summerhall
Summerhall Place
Edinburgh EH9 1PL

NEXT STEPS IN THE REINVENTION OF ST. PETER’S SEMINARY & KILMAHEW

An evening of good food, open discussion and future thinking, hosted by NVA's The Invisible College and Summerhall.

The event will present two years of research investigations and activities undertaken by NVA and leading academics from Edinburgh College of Art and University of Glasgow in Kilmahew Estate, one of Scotland’s most evocative landscapes and significant modern architectural ruins, leading on to debate regarding the future of the site.

This event is now fully booked

If you would like to request a place on the waiting list please email boxoffice@summerhall.co.uk .

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