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Large-scale Sketch of Dundee

17th March - 10:00
Visitors to The McManus, Dundee's Art Gallery & Museum, will be able to see their city mapped out in a huge, aerial drawing by artist Carl Lavia, aka Sketch. Remarkably made from memory, the work...
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Shonky: the Aesthetics of Awkwardness

17th March - 10:00
We're thrilled to be bringing the Hayward Curatorial Open to Scotland for the first time, staging a major group project curated by artist John Walter in our galleries at DCA. This exhibition aims to...
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Royal Arch Display

17th March - 10:00
The display will feature the 'three ages' of the arch - wooden, stone and cardboard. Artwork of the arch will be on the walls and a marble plaque that survived the demolition of the arch will be on...
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Revealing Characters

17th March - 10:00
In our twentieth century gallery, Revealing Characters looks at the enduring attraction of the portrait. Here we dig beneath the surface to uncover the stories of the people on display. All are...
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The Painting And Etchings Of Charles G L Phillips (1863-1944)

17th March - 10:30
Charles Gustav Louis Phillips was a talented and prolific artist. Originally from Aberdeenshire he moved to Dundee in 1879 to study art and initially worked as a teacher before later turning to more...
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Trajectories Exhibition

17th March - 11:00
An exhibition of contemporary art and scientific methods for exploring how perceptions of space influence and direct gestures, balance and movement. Art works by Charles Robert Harrison, Charlie...
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Ingela Ihrman: We Thrive

17th March - 11:00
Cooper Gallery is pleased to present the first UK solo exhibition of Swedish artist Ingela Ihrman, We Thrive. Drawing upon a poetic absurdism characterised by craft and amateur theatrics We Thrive...
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The Final Flight of Elsie MacKay

17th March - 11:00
Author Jayne Baldwin talks about the Hon Elsie Mackay, described in the 1920s as a fine example of the ‘new woman.’ Actress, heiress, designer and aviator Elsie went missing in 1928 during her...
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Boulton and Watt Steam Engine Demonstration

17th March - 11:00
The star object of the High Mill is an 1801-1802 Boulton and Watt steam engine, on kind loan from Dundee City Council via a partnership with Leisure and Culture Dundee. One of only four of its kind...
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Microscope Marvels

17th March - 12:30
This winter, view our exciting interactive screen installation to learn why microscopes are an important tool for scientists and uncover the marvels of the miniature world. Available to view in the...
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Botanical Conversations: the Science and Beauty of Plants

17th March - 13:00
Plants form the basis of life on earth. They are vital to our health and well-being as well as being an amazing inspiration for creativity. This stimulating exhibition features highlights from the...
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Botanical Conversations: the Science and Beauty of Plants

17th March - 13:00
Plants form the basis of life on earth. They are vital to our health and well-being as well as being an amazing inspiration for creativity. This stimulating exhibition features highlights from the...
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Lunchtime Concert

17th March - 13:00
Dundee University Chamber Choir.

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Closing Ceremony

17th March - 13:30
An hour of entertainment reflecting this year’s festival theme - A Vote for the Future! The High Mill can be chilly, so please wrap up warm.

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Addva Open Womens Volleyball Event

17th March - 13:30
Volleyball is a popular sport in Dundee where Community and University teams play in various different leagues across Scotland. The afternoon will comprise a 4 x 4 game format, you don’t need to...
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Zenith Points: Astronomy and the Art of Navigation

17th March - 14:00
This winter, join us for an exciting programme of astronomy talks aimed at expanding our understanding of our solar system and space further afield. With up-to-date information and research,...
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Ed Byrne: Spoiler Alert

17th March - 19:30
I originally intended to call the show, "I’ll Millennial You in a Minute”, but my promoter considered the title, “off-puttingly baffling". That’s my own chainsaw in the photo, by the way....
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Rope

17th March - 19:30
A chilling and spine-tinglingly gripping thriller by Patrick Hamilton. Two well-bred young men murder a fellow Oxford student just for the fun of it. Placing the corpse in a wooden box, they invite a...
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Level 2 Mountain Bike Leadership Award Training

18th March - 08:30
The Level 2 Mountain Bike Leadership Award is the entry point for most aspirant mountain bike leaders, enabling qualified leaders to use their experience to safely guide others on off-road terrain....
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Shonky: the Aesthetics of Awkwardness

18th March - 10:00
We're thrilled to be bringing the Hayward Curatorial Open to Scotland for the first time, staging a major group project curated by artist John Walter in our galleries at DCA. This exhibition aims to...