In Touch Tour

In Touch Tour presents sculpture exhibitions and guided artist tours organised and run by Lynn Cowan and Teresa Hunyadi. These events are specifically designed for access by touch and presented for blind, partially sighted and sighted people. Using touch as the predominant sense of exploring artwork, our events focus on experiencing different materials as a starting point of each conversation. As far as possible our events support autonomous explorations.

 

Exhibition: Fired | October 2019 

At and supported by Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.
Exhibiting sculptors: Annie Campbell, Pablo Carrion Delgado, Jenny Pope, Hans K. Clausen and Kjersti Sletteland.
Funded by The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo and The City of Edinburgh Council.

Artist Tour: Places of Comfort |  Aug 2019
Patriothall Gallery, Wasps Scotland, Edinburgh.

Exhibition: Hand Held | May 2019
At and supported by Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.
Exhibiting sculptors: Kate Ive, Bethany Marett, Gordon Munro and Maja Quille.
Funded by The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo and The City of Edinburgh Council.

Exhibition: Stone Works | September 2018
At and supported by Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.
Exhibiting sculptors: Alasdair Thomson, Ales Lopez, Elaine Sosinka, Fiona Maher, GianPiero Franchi, Gordon Hunter, Ramsay Imlach, Simon Burn Cox, Stan Wilson, Tom Kay and Tommy Thomson.

Exhibition: On Masks | May 2018
At and supported by Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.
Exhibiting sculptor: Teresa Hunyadi

Teaching

Product Design Fundamentals
At Edinburgh College of Art

Relief Wood Carving cancelled due to COVID-19
As part of my residency this year at Sturt I will be offering a 5 day carving workshop: Monday 6 – Friday 10 July 2020. For more information visit Sturt Winter School, School of Excellence in Arts, Design & Fabrication, NSW Australia

Working with Wood Workshops at The Forge, Edinburgh, UK
For more information get in touch or email this community maker space team@edinburghforge.com

Specialist Carving Classes at Centre for Fine Woodworking, Edinburgh, UK
For more information see website or email studio@isabellemooredesign.com

Short Courses in wood carving at Kunstenhuis, Zeist, NL
For more information get in touch or see website


Supported by Austrian tool manufacturer Stubai.

Community Projects

‘Woodland Choir’, participatory sculpture project, 2019
Taking a fabulous group of 21 students of Kilmodan Primary School, Argyll, on a two week journey to explore sculpture, sound and materials, resulting in the development of the Sound Sculpture ‘Woodland Choir’ exhibited at Scottish Sculpture Park Coal Ruadh summer exhibition. Supported by Windfarm Trust.

 

Reforestation, 2019
Volunteering on Holy Isle in support of restoring and conserving the natural ecology on this island on Scotland’s West Coast.

Leaves, 2018
Art Sales – Funding project in support of The Sewing cooperative in Rome, I

Invited Curator: Chiselled, 2017
A project supporting the stone carving community in Edinburgh, RGI Kelly Gallery Glasgow, UK