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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Samantha Cheevers, 23, from Port Glasgow, who is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award, worth £10,000, the largest award for an emerging artist in Scotland. ** Note use of pictures is embargoed to 8pm on 8/3/2019 **

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Plough by Alice Dudgeon of Edinburgh College of Art being examined by Olivia Turner, Project Assistant at the RSA

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Plough by Alice Dudgeon of Edinburgh College of Art being examined by Olivia Turner, Project Assistant at the RSA

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Plough by Alice Dudgeon of Edinburgh College of Art being examined by Olivia Turner, Project Assistant at the RSA

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Plough by Alice Dudgeon of Edinburgh College of Art being examined by Olivia Turner, Project Assistant at the RSA

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Plough by Alice Dudgeon of Edinburgh College of Art being examined by Olivia Turner, Project Assistant at the RSA

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Plough by Alice Dudgeon of Edinburgh College of Art being examined by Olivia Turner, Project Assistant at the RSA

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design's Senyn Smith's controversial Ja'-cob

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design's Senyn Smith's controversial Ja'-cob

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design's Senyn Smith's controversial Ja'-cob

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design's Senyn Smith's controversial Ja'-cob

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Amy Truscott's Coral (2019) made of fluorescent acrylic, LED lights, fountain pumps and bubbles. Amy studied at Edinburgh College of Art

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Amy Truscott's Coral (2019) made of fluorescent acrylic, LED lights, fountain pumps and bubbles. Amy studied at Edinburgh College of Art

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Amy Truscott's Coral (2019) made of fluorescent acrylic, LED lights, fountain pumps and bubbles. Amy studied at Edinburgh College of Art

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Amy Truscott's Coral (2019) made of fluorescent acrylic, LED lights, fountain pumps and bubbles. Amy studied at Edinburgh College of Art

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Amy Truscott's Coral (2019) made of fluorescent acrylic, LED lights, fountain pumps and bubbles. Amy studied at Edinburgh College of Art

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Amy Truscott's Coral (2019) made of fluorescent acrylic, LED lights, fountain pumps and bubbles. Amy studied at Edinburgh College of Art

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Amy Truscott's Coral (2019) made of fluorescent acrylic, LED lights, fountain pumps and bubbles. Amy studied at Edinburgh College of Art

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Amy Truscott's Coral (2019) made of fluorescent acrylic, LED lights, fountain pumps and bubbles. Amy studied at Edinburgh College of Art

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Amy Truscott's Coral (2019) made of fluorescent acrylic, LED lights, fountain pumps and bubbles. Amy studied at Edinburgh College of Art

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Amy Truscott's Coral (2019) made of fluorescent acrylic, LED lights, fountain pumps and bubbles. Amy studied at Edinburgh College of Art

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Jamie Steedman from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design's work KB17 (2018)

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Jamie Steedman from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design's work KB17 (2018)

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Jamie Steedman from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design's work KB17 (2018)

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Jamie Steedman from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design's work KB17 (2018)

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Jamie Steedman from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design's work KB17 (2018)

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Jamie Steedman from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design's work KB17 (2018)

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RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Jamie Steedman from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design's work KB17 (2018)

RSA New Contemporaries takes place at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, from 9 March to 3 April 2019. Showcasing 63 graduates selected from the 2018 degree shows, this exhibition offers an opportunity to see the best of Scotland’s emerging talent under one roof. Pictured: Jamie Steedman from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design's work KB17 (2018)