On Yer Bike – the Public Art Dundee Cycle Trail

Find out about this new initiative from Matthew Jarron, Museum Curator. The Public Art Dundee project began in 2018 with the aim of identifying, researching, recording and promoting the amazing wealth of public art across the city. Dundee has a long history of creating and commissioning public art and was particularly pioneering in its approach…Continue Reading On Yer Bike – the Public Art Dundee Cycle Trail

12 Hour Sit-in Revel: Cooper Gallery at the Botanic Garden

Cooper Gallery DJCAD will be holding a 12 Hour international symposium, the 12 Hour Sit-in Revel, one of the culminating events of their ongoing programme the Ignorant Art School, which will be held at Dundee Botanic Garden on Sat. 25th June (11am – 11pm). The event will be a 12-hour open-air conversations, dance, music, performance, readings, screenings,…Continue Reading 12 Hour Sit-in Revel: Cooper Gallery at the Botanic Garden

Dwelling in Extremis

On Friday 13th-Monday 16th May, Postgraduate students from across the Arts and Humanities at Dundee came together to share and celebrate their work, with the ‘Dwelling in Extremis‘ Symposium and Exhibition. There were 65 attendees across the day, and speakers dialled in from China, Greece, and other far-flung locations. What was particularly striking was the way the…Continue Reading Dwelling in Extremis

Mackerel, Magpie and Klingons: fundraising for the Brittle Bone Society

Alasdair Bachell, Project Archivist for the Brittle Bone Society collection, uses the records to explore how the charity has raised funds – As with any charity, fundraising is a core activity of the Brittle Bone Society. In this blog I want to showcase just a few of the ways the BBS has raised money since…Continue Reading Mackerel, Magpie and Klingons: fundraising for the Brittle Bone Society