James Joyce and Magic Lanterns

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Some of you may remember the multi-media live show, ‘Ulysses: A Magic Lantern Odyssey’, which Keith Williams took on a ‘three-nation’ tour back in Summer 2022 to celebrate the centenary of Joyce’s novel in Dundee, Dublin and Bristol, supported by Humanities at Dundee. This is part of an ongoing creative research collaboration with magic lantern…Continue Reading James Joyce and Magic Lanterns

Chimera: exhibition of new and existing works by Nashashibi/Skaer

Cooper Gallery is delighted to present Chimera, an exhibition bringing together new and existing works by Nashashibi/Skaer – the joint practice of Turner Prize nominated artists Rosalind Nashashibi and Lucy Skaer. From the ancient Greek for a female goat, ‘chimera’ today refers to a beast or an idea composed of incongruous parts, an illusion or fabrication of the mind….Continue Reading Chimera: exhibition of new and existing works by Nashashibi/Skaer

LGBT+ History Month

As February is LGBT+ History Month Dundee University will be celebrating with lectures, talks, movies and an online party with the hope of highlighting how queer history has shaped our cities and buildings. What can you expect? Kicking off the month there will be a live teams lecture  on the 4th of February at 5pm…Continue Reading LGBT+ History Month

Being Human 2020

Dundee University is once again a key part of Being Human, the UK’s national celebration of the humanities. The festival takes place between the 12th and 22nd of November, with the theme built around “The Lunar City”. Despite the ongoing need for social distancing and Covid-19 restrictions, over 200 workshops, screenings, talks as well as…Continue Reading Being Human 2020