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Due to the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19), and due to continued uncertainty about distancing, then some EICSP events have had to be postponed and rescheduled, and this has led to a reduction in the usual income for EICSP.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement

EICSP events scheduled to the end of 2021 will now largely take place as Online Zoom events, though a few events in later 2021 are still held as potentially in person events subject to COVID-19 / the lockdown allowing. For events jointly organized, then check the event listing on the EICSP website.

EICSP Events has the most up-to-date information for each event listed.

People who have booked for events that were postponed and rescheduled will be contacted on an event-by-event basis. Bookings will automatically be valid for the rescheduled event.

Apologies for any disappointment and inconvenience that the postponement and rescheduling may cause.

Our Next Event

Friday 28 February – Saturday 31 May 2014

Event: Exhibition: The Sacred Face.

Venue: St John's Church Hall, Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4BJ.
Dates: Friday 28 February – Monday 24 March 2014.
Times: Monday to Friday: 8am-4.45pm.
Saturday: 8am-12.30pm.
Sunday: 8am-7pm. Closed between 2pm and 5pm.
Event Description: The 21st century is seeing a widespread revival, and renewal, of the Orthodox Christian tradition of icon-painting, many people feeling drawn to this sacred visual language which crosses denominational boundaries. On a broader scale, connections can also be made with the iconographies of different religious traditions, such as the image of the Buddha. The endeavour to depict the 'holy face' is a spiritual discipline in its own right, and a perennial way in to meditation and prayer. This exhibition features the work of five artists mostly based in Edinburgh : Basia Mindewicz, Monika Walendziak, Marta Kamila Pawelek, Andrew Paterson and  Rafal Urbaniak.
Opening with Concert: Friday 28 February 2014,  6pm: Toczka, a trio (Monika Niemczynowicz, Anna Pietrzkiewicz-Read and Anna Rogus) working within the vast vocal traditions of Ukraine, Poland, and Russia. Edinburgh Georgian Singing Group, led by David Tugwell. The group aspires to follow Frank Kane’s approach of focusing on vibration in the body as the path to finding the authentic voice within ourselves and to connecting with other singers.
Event: The artists taking part in the exhibition will lead a public discussion on the subject of how we may find 'ways in' to spiritual realities through visual art, both as makers and viewers. Saturday 1 March 2014, 12pm-1.30pm.

Cost: Admission Free. Everyone Welcome.
Contact: Basia - http://basiamindewicz.blogspot.co.uk/
Monika  - http://benedictworkshop.blogspot.co.uk/
Marta - http://martakamilapawelek.blogspot.co.uk/
Andrew - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Rafal - http://www.rtu_artist.iportfolio.pl/
Contact: Neill Walker, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 0131 331 4469.

Event: Stories and Culture of Palestine. 

Venue: McDonald Road Library, 2-4 McDonald Road, Edinburgh, EH7 4LU.
Date: Saturday 29 March 2014.                                
Time: 12am-3.30pm.                                                            
Event Description:  Discover the sights, smells and tastes of Palestine. A beautiful exhibition giving an insight into the fascinating culture of Palestine. Delicious Palestinian food will be on sale throughout the event. Film showing of Slingshot Hip Hop, an uplifting film about the Palestinian youth music scene with footage of performances in Ramallah and Gaza.

Cost: Admission Free - Donations Welcome.                                                                                                                            
Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., www.mwae.org.uk


Event: Photography Exhibition:  'Haneen lil watten'  - a yearning for my homeland.

Venue: Filmhouse, 88 Lothian Road, Edinburgh. EH3 9BZ.
Dates: Sunday 11 May - Tuesday 27 May 2014.
Time: During Filmhouse opening hours.
Event Description: 'Haneen lil watten' (a yearning for my homeland) is a series of photographic portraits resulting from the photographer's encounters with various Palestinian people living in Scotland. Using 'home' as a central theme, a fluid and diverse concept to people of Palestinian descent, each sitter is viewed in a moment of contemplation as they think of 'home'. 'Haneen lil watten' has been, for the photographer, a personal exploration of the issue of Palestine, now shared with a wider audience. The exhibition is by Jim Yorkston,  www.jimyorkston.com

Cost: Admission Free. Everyone Welcome.
Contact: Neill Walker, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 0131 331 4469.


Visits to Edinburgh by International Spiritual Teachers, Musicians, Artists and Peacemakers
Wanting the EICSP to Host an Event

If you are visiting Europe or the wider UK or are visiting Scotland, then if you are interested to have an event in Edinburgh then by all means get in contact to discuss whether the EICSP may be able to host an event with you. See: EICSP FAQ
Contact: Neill Walker, mesp2008@hotmail.co.uk , 44+(0)131 331 4469.

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