Museum Mooch: Medical History at Ninewells

Did you know there are over 2,000 artefacts in the University of Dundee Museums’ medical collection? Join the University of Dundee Museums for this tour of the Tayside Medical History […]

Museum Mooch: Artists’ Books Collection

The artists book collection has over 1400 different books by renowned Scottish and International artists. To celebrate World Book Day, the University of Dundee Museums is taking you inside this […]

Museum Mooch: Mystery Tour

Join the University of Dundee Museums for their first ever University of Dundee Museums’ Mystery Tour where you’ll get to discover some of the fascinating artefacts, artworks and specimens located […]

Museum Mooch: Hawkhill House

Tucked away behind Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, this charming 18th century building is now home to the stores and offices of the University of Dundee’s Museums. […]

Museum Mooch: Dalhousie Art Tour

The Dalhousie Building at the University of Dundee is home to over 50 works of art, from some of the University’s biggest paintings and sculptures to minute engravings. This tour […]

Uncertain Territories – Women and Nature

This exhibition celebrates a variety of women artists and scientists from Dundee and beyond who have explored the natural world and left tangible traces through the artefacts, specimens and artworks […]

Bacchanal – Le We Be Free

Bacchanal explores the history of carnivals. How did a harvest celebration for slaves become the world’s most iconic street party? The exhibition looks at the historical roots of Caribbean Carnivals, […]

Art tour at Pathfoot

Join the University of Stirling Art Collection team for a look around the galleries in the Pathfoot Building. They’ll chat about the collection, the current exhibitions, and their Artist in […]

Space & Place: The Pathfoot Building

‘The Pathfoot Building is probably the most beautiful, the most civilized, the most sensitive and intelligent piece of large scale modern architecture and planning that has been achieved in Scotland’. […]

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