R i c h a r d B r a c k e n
Born: 11th December 1986.
Education: Edinburgh College of Art. BA(hons) Sculpture 2009.
Lives: Lochaber, Scotland.
Tales of Mud and Mischief. Lead-artist, public den-building event, Falcon Square, Inverness. 2015.
The Cruise of the Betsey, In the Footsteps of Hugh Miller. 2014.
Work featured in Dark Mountain Issue 5. 2014.
Member of Creative Arts Advisory Group for West Highland College UHI. 2014.
Glenmore. Artwork produced for Glenmore Lodge. National Outdoor Training Centre. 2014.
Stories in the Land. With Royal Scottish Geographical Society. 2013.
Speaker at Creativity=Capital. Presentation at the Scottish Parliament. 2013.
Lead Artist for Multiple-Concurrent Partnerships (MCP) Art Project. Sedumedi Junior Secondary School, Botswana. 2010.
Facilitator for SpeyGrian project Journey’s in Nature. Kingussie High School, Kingussie. 2010.
School Grounds Improvement Project. Tomintoul Primary School. Moray. April 2010.
Scottish Sculpture Workshop. 2016
Room 13 Caol, Fort William. Aug 2011 to present.
Kweneng District, Botswana, 2010
Tomintoul Primary School, Moray, 2009
Recipient of Belize Travel Scholarship to Las Cuevas Research Station, Chiquibul Rainforest, Belize, Central America. Awarded by Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh and Edinburgh College of Art. (In association with Oxford University.) June 2008.
George Wyllie/Room 13. Demarco European Art Foundation, Summerhall, Edinburgh. 2013
Freeze/Thaw. Solo show. Resipole Studios, Argyll. 2013
Poste Restante. An Tobar, Mull. 2011
Mountains Like People. Hackney Wicked Arts Festival, London. 2010
Inordinate Fondness. Wolfson College, Oxford. 2010
RSA: NC. Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh. 2010
Hot Box. Lauriston Glass Houses, Edinburgh. 2009
Now I know My ABC’s. +44 141 Gallery, Glasgow.2009
ECA Degree Show. Edinburgh College of Art. 2009
Bloodfeathers. Morningside, Edinburgh. 2009
Keep Calm and Carry On. Niddry Street, Edinburgh. 2008
Seed Shadow. The Tent Gallery, Evolution House, Edinburgh. 2008
Glass Ceiling. The Drill Hall, Edinburgh. 2008
An Exhibition on Cramond Island. Cramond Island, Edinburgh. 2007