Creative & Arts

Learn how community groups sharing the story of their places have dreamt up imaginative, creative outcomes – making a greater impact – and how you can do the same!
Dunfermline Young Archaeologists' Club recreating medieval Abbot House in video game Minecraft.
This blog post by Mark Seaborne covers the latest Scotland’s Urban Past project with Dunfermline Young Archaeologists' Club to recreate Dunfermline's oldest domestic house in Minecraft.
Telling the tale of a former railway line through comic books.
A double bill of new plays celebrating the triumphs and hardships of life in the port of Leith during the 19th and 20th Centuries.
Writers and playwrights sharing the story of Leith's past through performances and the creation of a soundscape.
Generations working together to record the changes to Clydebank since 1941.
Our drop-in event for people of all ages gives you the chance to get creative and make a map of your Aberdeen as part of the Festival of Architecture!
Press release, Monday 27 July 2015: Local children have spent their summer creating sculptures and short films to celebrate Edinburgh’s past and present.
The children from the Canongate Youth Group have captured their urban area through cameras and cardboard!