9.00AM - 5.00PM
Venue: Art Collection, Pathfoot Building, University of Stirling
Emma Scott-Smith, a University of Stirling lecturer in Health Psychology and MPhil Psychology graduate of the University, is on the Board of Trustees of Reachout with Arts in Mind in Alloa, a mental health and arts disability group. In 2013 the China Tang Zhuang gallery in Tianjin were attracted by Emmaâ s vibrant acrylic paintings and hosted her largest solo show in their main gallery.
Everything that is and has been was developed from three points in time. Firstly, some work for group and solo exhibitions in China, secondly Eastern artistâ s reflections of the exhibited work and thirdly, Emmaâ s position and exploration of colour, passion and identity within Eastern and Western Culture as a result of the visits to China. Emma says â An abundance of colour, passion and representation of the visual image is important to all of us, as a society. The very limited graffiti and the non-disclosing of tattoos highlights different representations of self and expression in China.'
Emma, who exhibited in Tianjin in 2013, will be holding an art workshop for Reachout in the Art Collection as part of the programme of events.
Reflections of the East showcases the work of five artists who share a creative relationship with China.
For further information, please contact the Art Collection: email@example.com
Opening Times: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Please note that the University will be closed from 5pm on Wednesday 23rd December, reopening at 9am on Tuesday 5th January.