Pre-budget scrutiny on culture sector funding 2024-25 Along with other cultural sector representative organisations and bodies, University Museums in Scotland submitted evidence to the CEEAC committee regarding the future of […]
The UMIS Constitution outlines how we are structured, how we operate, and what our aims are.
Join the University of Aberdeen Museums and Special Collections for the UK launch of the anthology, ‘Four Rivers, Deep Maps’ edited by Jo Jones and Neil Curtis. The co-editors of […]
A new exhibition exploring the North-East’s links to the slave trade. It forms part of the University of Aberdeen’s commitment to improve understanding of both the institution’s own colonial legacy […]
Along with other cultural sector representative organisations and bodies, University Museums in Scotland submitted a response to the Scottish Government’s survey on an International Cultural Strategy for Scotland.
The UMIS Strategic Plan outlines our vision, mission and purpose, as well as mapping our strategic objectives to those of our key stakeholders
Join the University of Dundee Museums for their monthly opening of the D’Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum, this time with some added children’s comic making activities as part of a UK […]
A special event for Dundee Women’s Festival celebrating the first female law academic in Scotland. Christian Bisset (later Tudhope) was a true pioneer. She was the first female law academic […]
Ian Kennedy (1932-2022) is a legend in British comics. Acclaimed and respected by fans and fellow artists, his career in comics spanned over 70 years. Born and educated in Dundee, […]