Recent acquisitions

This eclectic exhibition showcases some of the exciting recent additions to the University of Dundee Museum Collections. This exhibition spotlights some of the most recent additions to the University of […]

Aberdeen’s children

Stories of the 1950s birth cohort An online exhibition about the early lives of children born in 1950s Aberdeen, and the research study that they were part of. All children […]

Flesh arranges itself differently

Flesh Arranges Itself Differently is a unique collaboration between The Hunterian and the David and Indrė Roberts Collection. Co-curated with the Roberts Institute of Art (which manages the David and Indrė […]

Celebrating Joan Eardley (1921-1963)

This exhibition celebrates Joan Eardley, one of Scotland’s most remarkable artists working in the post-war period. Organised to coincide with the centenary of her birth, Celebrating Joan Eardley is part of the […]

Tartan samples – Donald Brothers Ltd

Nothing says Scotland more than tartan, so we felt that including it in our St Andrews collection was fitting. This particular tartan is part of a sample book held by […]

Statue of St Andrew (c. 1850)

This statue, attributed to Sir John Steell (1804-1891), is a copy of one by Francois Duquesnoy (1597-1643) which is in St Peter’s Basilica in Rome. It was commissioned in about […]

Sustainable Christmas shopping weekend

Join the folk at the Museums of the University of St Andrews Wardlaw Museum for a Christmas Shopping weekend on 4 and 5 December with a focus on sustainable gifts. […]

Take 30/Take 30 Together Virtually (#T30TV)

Inspired by the Calm and Collected research by the Art Fund, Take 30 is an initiative to support health and wellbeing through engagement with culture. The team has developed a […]

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