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”.
The Travelling Gallery bus is once again visiting the University of Stirling.
Evening Lecture: Word and Image in Modern Painting
This talk will explore the ways in which modern artists employed text, sometimes for simple reasons of composition but often to reveal new levels of meaning.
Kieran Dodds Art Lecture: The Universe is Made of Stories Not Atoms
In conjunction with his exhibition at Stirling which explores seabird cities, Kieran Dodds will talk about his work.
Photography Exhibition Launch
You are invited to an afternoon launch to meet the artists and enjoy all of the exhibitions currently taking place in the Pathfoot Building.
Bruce Gittings: Chile - A Land of Surprises
Chile is remarkable for its geographical and biological diversity. A keen observer of landscape and people, Bruce argues that Chile’s culture owes as much to Britain as it does to Spain.
Firsts and Nearly Firsts
Before the next instalment of the RSGS 'Inspiring People' talks programme with Bruce Gittings, the Society will be holding a free exhibition at the Stirling University venue with the theme of 'Firsts and Nearly Firsts'.