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Art Collection

We believe that a creative environment stimulates creative thinking and can inspire a whole community.

We work to make knowledge visible. Our focus is to make art and culture a part of everyday life for staff, students and visitors, enabling exchanges between art, research and teaching. We do this through an active programme of events that improves access to art and inspires people to engage with it. People tell us it enriches their lives. The tours, workshops, exhibitions and lectures attract visitors to the campus and deepen our links with the wider community. The Art Collection welcomes everyone into a creative environment, where creative thinking and creative acts are at the heart of our identity as a place of learning.

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Rhum and Eigg by James Morrison

What's on

Find out more about the events, lectures and exhibitions taking place at the Art Collection.

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Visitor information

Our opening times, general information and getting here.

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Art

Find out more about our collection, recent acquisitions and Ferguson at Stirling. You can also explore our artists.

Sculpture

Online catalogue

Explore our online art and archive collections and see what you might discover.

Graphic novel illustrating history of Scottish Parliament backed by crowdfunding campaign

Graphic novel illustrating history of Scottish Parliament backed by crowdfunding campaign

A crowdfunding campaign to support the creation of a graphic novel – telling the story of the Scottish Parliament – has been launched.

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Refugees’ contribution to life in Scotland celebrated

Refugees’ contribution to life in Scotland celebrated

An open day celebrating refugee communities’ contribution to life in Scotland will be hosted by the Art Collection at the University of Stirling.

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Beneath the Troubles, the Cobblestones: Recovering the ‘buried’ memory of Northern Ireland’s 1968

Beneath the Troubles, the Cobblestones: Recovering the ‘buried’ memory of Northern Ireland’s 1968

‘1968’ has become synonymous with a period of revolt and rebellion that swept the globe in the period stretching from the mid-60s to the mid-70s. In recent years, ‘1968 studies’ have been increasingly focussed on the transnationalism of the period with an ever-growing list of countries being added to those thought of having experienced a “68”.

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Accredited museum

The Art Collection and the Pathfoot Galleries are fully accredited by Museums Galleries Scotland.

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