Never Apologise: an exhibition from the Lindsay Anderson Archive
Never Apologise marks the centenary of Lindsay Anderson’s birth by opening up the extensive collection of his personal and working papers held in the University of Stirling Archives.
1970 Edinburgh Commonwealth Games: Game of Firsts
This exhibition has been created by students undertaking the Interpretation and Exhibition Design module, as part of their assessment. It also utilises the University’s Commonwealth Games archive.
Wire Wool: an intervention on a Bertoia Diamond Chair
Gardner and Gardner combines a textile artwork with a Bertoia chair from the University’s furniture collection.
Hope: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs in surrealist form
Hope: Ten images depicting Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs in surrealist form by George Berrie
The Art of Wellbeing: Blue
In this exhibition we have curated a selection of pieces from the permanent collection, all of which feature the colour blue.
The Art of Wellbeing: Second Chancers
Everyone deserves a second chance. Times are changing in Scotland. A new way of thinking is emerging and a movement for a smarter justice system is beginning.
A Passion for Art: Matilda Hall, Collector and Curator
The Art Collection is delighted to be collaborating with Art in Healthcare and the Macrobert Arts Centre to present this exhibition, now open at the Macrobert.
Tending the Light
The Art Collection is participating in Stirling’s ‘Tending the Light’ Festival of Care 2022 by joining with the Stirling Window Wanderland
Fifty: The University of Stirling in 50 objects
Take a look back at over 50 years of life on campus at this photographic exhibition featuring items selected by staff, students and alumni.
Alan Dimmick: Photographs at Stirling University, 2017
Alan Dimmick was the Art Collection’s Photographer in Residence over the course of the University’s 50th anniversary year in 2017.