Exhibitions, Film Screenings, Performances

See CTPI's Exhibitions and Film Screenings.

For more example of exhibitions and film screenings organised by the Centre see pages on our research projects: Projects

This screening is one of a series of events around COP26, hosted by the School of Divinity, Edinburgh.

At the AAR conference in San Diego, the award-winning comedy about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Tel Aviv on Fire, will be screened.

This exhibition tells the story of the 'Troubles' through the twelve large scale murals of The People’s Galleryin Derry/Londonderry.

This show is a colourful personal journey from the city of Vienna to Ethiopia by foot, then into the lives of Cairo’s rubbish collectors.

Professor Jolyon Mitchell and Dr Lesley Orr will feature 'Ploughs into ploughshares' in Edinburgh's Festival Fringe.

Join us for the reading of 'The Courage To Be', followed by a panel discussion.

As Christmas approaches, join CTPI and the Grassmarket Project for a beautiful and challenging film about Bethlehem – a city under occupation.

You are invited to the screening of the film A Polite Bribe, followed by a panel discussion.

The Shadows of the Divine exhibition, an interview with Jolyon Mitchell.

The Centre for Theology and Public Issues is sponsoring four films at the Africa in Motion Film Festival this Saturday, 5 November.

The CTPI is co-presenting Mr. Darwin’s Tree at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.