Art Collection

Black and white image of Pathfoot Building

The Pathfoot Building is open Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 17:00.

Find out what’s onsearch our collections online and read about our collections on our blog. To contact us email art.collection@stir.ac.uk.

The lifts in Pathfoot are currently being refurbished, find out more about our disability access.

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.

What's on

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

Visitor information

Our opening times, general information and getting here.

Art

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

Online catalogue

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

Outreach and Public Engagement

The Art Collection offers a large variety of ways in which you can learn about and engage with our collections.

Culture on Campus

Use #cultureonstircampus to share your campus culture. Read more about all the cultural treasures on our campus.

University of Stirling to host Gavin Wallace Fellowship

University of Stirling to host Gavin Wallace Fellowship

The University of Stirling is confirmed to host the 2024 Dr Gavin Wallace Fellowship – a year-long writing residency which supports Scottish based mid-career and established writers to develop new work.

Art chronicles alcohol and homelessness study as researchers seek innovative way to share findings

Art chronicles alcohol and homelessness study as researchers seek innovative way to share findings

A unique art event took place this week in Glasgow chronicling the findings of a research study into the effects of managed alcohol programmes during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Accredited museum

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