This… I Like It is a joint curatorial project between Edinburgh Printmakers and Tiphereth Print Studio. It is a statement of intent, kinship and belonging, a selection of what draws artists to the medium of printmaking throughout the centuries and still today.

Taking inspiration from Tiphereth’s working methodology based on collectivity, inclusivity and shared ownership, this exhibition looks into curation as a collaborative practice.

Through a series of creative and brainstorming workshops, Tiphereth members were invited to explore the Edinburgh Printmakers Collection of prints, dating back to its establishment in 1967, and select works as a group. Prints were selected based on their emotional connections with printmaking and shared practices of communal work – whether through the colours, textures, imagery or symbolism.

Tiphereth, located in the Pentland Hills of Edinburgh, is a Camphill community providing support for adults with learning disabilities through various services including workshops, residential care, supported living, and social activities.

Using money raised by National Lottery players, The National Lottery Heritage Fund supports projects that connect people and communities with the UK’s heritage. Castle Mills: Then & Now is made possible with The National Lottery Heritage Fund. Thanks to National Lottery players, we have been able to explore our heritage, and boost our sustainability to strengthen heritage’s contribution to the local economy.

Through to 30 June 2024.

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