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

A report in images by Curatorial Assistant Peter Amoore. On 25 June Cooper Gallery held a gathering at University of Dundee’s Botanic Garden around the intention of re-imagining what art education could be, questioning who it currently serves and how ways of learning together could be opened up to more equitable possibilities for knowledge production…Continue Reading 12 Hour Sit-in Revel: Cooper Gallery at Dundee Botanic Garden

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

Bollywood Bonanza!

For International Dance Day we’re delighted to share this fabulous film of Bollywood dance from Usha Mani created in collaboration with Dance Beatz Edinburgh (link below). Usha has been teaching Bollywood dance at the University of Dundee since 2018 and has conducted various dance events in the Global Room for Holi and Diwali. She does…Continue Reading Bollywood Bonanza!

Festival of the Future: University of Dundee’s celebration of science, arts and culture

Festival of the Future is the University of Dundee’s annual event which celebrates science, arts and culture. In 2019 we had 60 events across 5 days in Bonar Hall and other venues around the city. We collaborated with a range of partners including Dundee Science Festival, DCA and Dundee Rep Theatre, we journeyed to Mars,…Continue Reading Festival of the Future: University of Dundee’s celebration of science, arts and culture

The Peto Collection – Rudolf Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn, 1963

Peto excelled at capturing the world of ballet, particularly the relationship between Nureyev and Fonteyn the two most iconic dancers of the period as this image from 1963 shows. He not only photographed productions, but also rehearsals like this one for ‘Marguerite and Armand’. Photo-journalist Michael Peto worked with The Observer during the 1950s and…Continue Reading The Peto Collection – Rudolf Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn, 1963