Outside the elegant neoclassical building that the Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) has inhabited in Edinburgh city centre since the early 19th century, hundreds of people were dancing in the sunshine to I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) by The Proclaimers.
Scottish, culture and heritage organisations have received a £91,000 investment of National Lottery funding for digital technologies in a third round of funding from AmbITion Scotland's Make:IT:Happen fund.
IF you've walked through a city at twilight on a sunny day, with the sky still bright and the darkening streets washed with neon from shop signs, you'll know all about what filmmakers call "the magic hour" – those precious minutes when the light seems to take on a luminous quality.
When I meet Carol Bove, she is crouched over a small sea of peacock feathers which are being reassembled on the wooden floorboards of a large airy room at The Common Guild, the townhouse-turned-gallery owned by Douglas Gordon.
It is, in theory, a great idea: the opportunity to see some of the most iconic paintings the world has ever known, without the hassle of hustling for a ticket or travelling hundreds of miles to far-off cities.