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Mark Wallinger Mark

23rd April - 10:00
DCA and The Fruitmarket Gallery are delighted to present Mark Wallinger’s first exhibition in Scotland.
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Early Years - Story Sessions

23rd April - 10:00
Our Special Story Sacks are bursting at the seams with exciting stories and activities – bringing books to life for inquisitive and imaginative 3 to 5 year olds.
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Early Years - Little Building Site

23rd April - 10:00
Your little builders are naturally curious and love to investigate, question, and explore.
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Introducing Mini Beasts

23rd April - 10:00
Mini beasts – there are millions of them, and they can be found pretty much everywhere. Join us in a host of creepy crawly activities, exploring the weird and wonderful world of mini beasts.
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Mindfulness Based Living Course

23rd April - 10:00
The Mindfulness Living Course MBLC is a weekly mindfulness course based on the Mindfulness Associations Level one Mindfulness Training.
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Autism in Focus Exhibition

23rd April - 11:00
1 in 100 people have autism and we are showing 100 different perspectives this April for Autism Awareness Month.
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Family Space and Gallery Art Carts

23rd April - 12:30
Play and learn together in our Family Space. Drop in each day to try out our fun drawing activities, themed dressing up costumes, books and games.
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Fire and Stone

23rd April - 12:30
An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the process behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts.
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A Sense Of Place: Twentieth Century Scottish Painting

23rd April - 12:30
How have Scottish artists represented the world around them? Drawn from Dundee’s nationally significant fine art collection, this display focuses primarily on landscape painting.
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Out Of The Frame: Scottish Abstraction

23rd April - 12:30
Rejecting traditional subject matter, abstraction gave artists the opportunity to explore colour, form and emotional expression in works that were no longer constrained by the picture frame.

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