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Portraiture

29th January - 10:00
In the history of art ‘the portrait’ has taken on many guises, from exact likenesses to abstract collections of ideas and emotions. Selected from the City’s permanent collection this exhibition...
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Fire and Stone

29th January - 10:00
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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Microscope Marvels

29th January - 16:00
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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A Practical Introduction to Life Writing 2

29th January - 18:30
Every Monday for 10 weeks. This course continues from and builds on the work done in Autumn and is suitable for those who have completed Session 1 or are writers who would like to develop their life...
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A Practical Introduction to Life Writing 2

29th January - 18:30
Every Monday for 10 weeks. This course continues from and builds on the work done in Autumn and is suitable for those who have completed Session 1 or are writers who would like to develop their life...
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Portraiture

30th January - 10:00
In the history of art ‘the portrait’ has taken on many guises, from exact likenesses to abstract collections of ideas and emotions. Selected from the City’s permanent collection this exhibition...
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Fire and Stone

30th January - 10:00
An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the process behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts.

Information published by Leisure and...

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Mussolini and Rome

30th January - 14:00
Every Tuesday for 5 weeks. What was life like in Mussolinis fascist Rome? Mussolini and his movement left a remarkable footprint on Rome and its inhabitants. This course explores the controversial...
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Microscope Marvels

30th January - 16:00
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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Enjoying Poetry - How to read it! How to write it! 2

30th January - 18:30
Every Tuesday for 8 weeks. New to poetry and don't know where to start? This is the class for you! Each week leads you towards a deeper understanding of some of our best-loved poems, and hopefully,...
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Portraiture

31st January - 10:00
In the history of art ‘the portrait’ has taken on many guises, from exact likenesses to abstract collections of ideas and emotions. Selected from the City’s permanent collection this exhibition...
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Fire and Stone

31st January - 10:00
An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the process behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts.

Information published by Leisure and...

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The First Nation of Britain - Who were The Picts?

31st January - 14:00
Every Wednesday FOR 7 weeks. Despite the publication of many new books and research papers, the Picts remain an elusive presence and an enigmatic people. This course aims to deepen our understanding...
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Law Matters - in Scotland

31st January - 15:00
Every Wednesday for 10 weeks. Law matters to all of us it shapes our communities and our lives but do we understand the law of the land we live in? The course will look firstly at the Rule of Law and...
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Microscope Marvels

31st January - 16:00
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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Continuing Life Writing - Family Memoir

31st January - 16:30
Every Wednesday for 10 weeks. This is a workshop-based course for more experienced writers or those who have completed A Practical Introduction to Life Writing. The course is suitable for students...
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The Grammar We Speak!

31st January - 18:30
Every Wednesday for 6 weeks. We are all experts in our own language but how do we know when English is grammatical or not? What are the rules of English and how do we learn them? These informal...
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The Berries

31st January - 19:30
From the writer of 'The Scaffies' comes the long-awaited return of 'The Berries'. This hilarious play is set in the summer of 1974 in the berry fields of Kirriemuir and takes a nostalgic trip 'doon...
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The World Through Literature 2

1st February - 10:00
Every Thursday for 9 weeks Literature is the silent witness to our society, its past, present and possible future. Each week a tutor will select a piece of literature from their chosen genre to...
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Portraiture

1st February - 10:00
In the history of art ‘the portrait’ has taken on many guises, from exact likenesses to abstract collections of ideas and emotions. Selected from the City’s permanent collection this exhibition...