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Star Wars Exhibition Aberdeen
Star Wars Exhibition Aberdeen Fans of Star Wars can see a free exhibition at the Belmont Filmhouse cafe and view scenes of Aberdeen with their favourite space ships and characters like the Millennium Falcon or C3PO
Millennium Falcon flying over His Majesty's Theatre and William Wallace Statue
From April 4th until May 6th 2017 science fiction fans can view the Star Wars Aberdeen Exhibition collection of graphic design artist Mark Boyle at the Belmont Filmhouse
on Belmont Street Aberdeen. As can be seen in the photographs Mark specialises in producing stunning photographs of Scottish locations with star ships, Death Stars, Destroyers and characters from the Star Wars films.
Other locations, such as the Brew Dog Bars, will host special events such as the May the 4th event.
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Star Wars Droids CP30 R2D2 BB8 and Yoda enjoying the Extreme Sports Centre.
There will also be props and replicas created by digital artist and custom fabricator Mike Lawson such as the frozen in carbonite Han Solo which was kept by Jabba the Hutt in his Palace. Visitors are encouraged to take selfies with Harrison Ford and enter the competition.
See more of Mike's work at wyshcreative.com
Mike's Tusken Raider Bantha Rider replica.
Artists from the North East of Scotland will also be exhibiting and selling their related artwork which includes fun Chewbacca the Wookiee statues and Mark's art prints.
The Star Wars Exhibition Aberdeen is located in the café. Opening times are from noon until 9 pm each day except Sunday when the café opens from 12:30pm.
Mark previously held an exhibition in Glasgow and more of his work can be seen at markboyledesign.com
The Aberdeen Star Wars Exhibition is free to enter and there is a collection for local charity CLAN Cancer Support
X-Wings over the Marischal College Aberdeen Council building.
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Katie Hammond Solo Exhibition Lacuna Little Lake Aberdeen Arts Centre
at 33 King Street with an opening evening on Friday 28th June 2019 from 6pm - 9pm. Entry is free and there will be drinks and nibbles provided at the opening. The exhibition will then be open Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 4pm until 30th July 2019.