Alex Collins is a PhDl student in the History of Art at the University of Edinburgh, where he researches medieval art and architecture.. He studied his MA in Art History and English at the University of St Andrews in 2009, before working in heritage and local government. At the University of Edinburgh, Alex teaches art and architectural history.
After a teaching career, Marion started leading tours all over Scotland, but her passion lay in Glasgow and its architecture. Her particular interests are art, architecture and history although she si also interested in current affairs and in Scotland’s geology and landscapes and in many other aspects of Scotland. She regularly attends continuing education classes in the winter at Glasgow University, mainly on art and architecture, and she is a volunteer guide at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow largest museum. There is always space for one more book on Mackintosh on her bookshelves.
Natassa Philimonos is a curator, editor and researcher based in Edinburgh where she is a doctoral student in contemporary art history and theory at Edinburgh College of Art (UoE). Throughout her master's, she studied post-1960 visual culture in Scotland and elsewhere. Since then, she has worked with public archives, researching the sociopolitical histories of Edinburgh, and has curated exhibitions of contemporary art at Collective and Rhubaba Gallery and Studios (Edinburgh). At the University of Edinburgh, Natassa teaches modern and contemporary art history. Natassa's tours offer a contextual understanding of cultural and artistic developments in the urban landscape.
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