Public events

A Sense of Place

Iris Murdoch Building

Explore a small exhibition of artworks in the Iris Murdoch Building, organised by the Art Collection and chosen from the University’s permanent collection.

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Campus as Inspiration exhibition

Galleries 1 and 2, Pathfoot Building

This exhibition highlights artistic responses in the medium of dance, sound and photography to portray the experience of being at Stirling.

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Inspired! exhibition

Crush Hall, Pathfoot Building

In 2023-24 our chosen focus is Inspired! in which we celebrate how our campus and collections have inspired creativity.

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Interior Dialogue exhibition

Pathfoot Building

Explore three pieces of work by Scottish artist Christine Borland at this exhibition in Pathfoot Building.

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Iain (M) Banks: Two Authors, One Man

University Library

This exhibition presents a selection of material from the Iain Banks Archive*, held in the University of Stirling Archives. Students from our Exhibition Interpretation and Design course were granted access to the archive and have created a display which includes never-before-seen writings and correspondence; notes showing Banks’ writing process; fan mail and fan art; and international editions of Banks’ novels.

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Memoria Exhibition

Pathfoot Building, Galleries 3 and 4

Developed over Audrey Grant's year-long residency, Memoria considers and responds to the visible and invisible traces left in the landscape of the historic Airthrey Estate

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Yoga mini retreat

Iris Murdoch Building

Join us for a relaxing day of yoga and mindfulness at the beautiful University of Stirling campus. 

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FutureLearn course - Heart of Scotland: History & Heritage of Stirling at 900 Years

Online

To celebrate Stirling’s 900th anniversary, the University is running a free 4-week FutureLearn course starting 24 June. Delivered online by our academic experts, the course explores the history of the burgh and explores the key events, people, places, and spaces that shaped Stirling.

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Scottish International Law Conference 2024: Human Rights Incorporation

Stirling Court Hotel

The 2024 edition of the Scottish International Law Conference series will focus on the theme of 'Human Rights Incorporation', exploring the incorporation of international human rights obligations into national law.

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