Voices of ’68: travelling exhibition
An interactive, travelling exhibition featuring filmed testimonies of 30 political activists, historians and civilians who experienced a pivotal year in Northern Ireland in 1968, when the civil rights movement and political tensions came to the fore across the province.
Stirling University Art Club Exhibition
In the upcoming exhibition, our hobbyist club have created artwork with a focus around nature.
Designing for Ageing and Dementia in Japan and UK
Exploring the lessons that Japan and UK can offer each other to improve support for people living with dementia.
Photography Competition: Best Route Shot
As part of the one year birthday celebration on 2nd April 2020, Landscape Legacies of Coal is holding a Photography Competition ‘Best Route Shot’. It can be anything you want a landscape, a building, or people simply enjoying the walk.
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.
An Evening with King James 1 – Love, Blood and Blind Ambition
Readings taken from James I’s Kingis Quair, performed by Professor Richard Oram (University of Stirling) and from John Shirley’s eyewitness accounts of the tragic murder of James I, performed by Dr. Lucy Dean (University of the Highlands and Islands).