Highland Folk Museum founder featured in early 20th century exhibition of women's photography

People visiting Edinburgh during the festive season will have the chance to take in a photographic exhibition at the City Art Centre featuring images from the Highland Folk Museum of its founder, Isabel Frances Grant MBE.

The selection of photographs form part of the “Glean: Early 20th Century women filmmakers and photographers in Scotland” exhibition, curated by Jenny Brownrigg, exhibitions director of Glasgow School of Art.

The ground-breaking exhibition presents the work of fourteen pioneering women photographers and filmmakers working in Scotland during the early 20th century.

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