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Our relationship with the ‘Upper Church’ at Summerhall continues. We recently captured a series of images for use in the publicity material for the space. If you are interested in finding out more about availability and hire rates get in contact and can make the necessary introductions.
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Lunaria are really proud and pleased to be supporting the first ever Edinburgh AfriFest. It’s a two day event on the 22 and 23 f October here at Summerhall. The live programme includes award winning Senegalese master kora player Seckou Keita and some of the best Scottish based musicians and dancers from Senegal, Zimbabwe and […]
Our friend and creative collaborator Joanna Boyce has just been awarded the Scottish Nepalese Association’s “Charity Person of the Year” award. The award was presented to her by Cllr Steve Burgess and Rajendra Bam, Chairman of the NSA at this year’s New Year Celebration. We have worked with Joanna and the NSA on quite a […]
Just finished an major redesign of the Forth Pipe Organs Website. We designed their original site way back in 2009 so it really was in need of a fairly major makeover. The old site was still functioned quite well but was built before video and audio were commonplace and way before the need to design […]
We have just completed a set of (very) short videos as part of a project we have been delivering for Forestry Commission Scotland. One of the objectives of the project was to look into the feasibility of expanding the BSL (British Sign Language) glossary to include a greater number of Botanical subjects. As this was […]