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Disentangle: Science in a Gendered World

19th March - 00:00
An exhibition of contemporary art, historical objects and scientific case studies that consider how gender can be seen or positioned in the world, and the effect of these perceptions on science.
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Bodies, Botanicals and Bindings: Reimagining Rare Books

19th March - 09:30
Featuring the work of artists and creative writers inspired by the University Archives rare book collections, this unique exhibition uses some of the Universitys extensive special collections to explo
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John Bell art exhibition

19th March - 09:30
The Eduardo Alessandro Studios featured exhibition for March is an exhibition of new works by John Bell, featuring his dynamic landscapes of Scotland.
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Changing Dundee - Maya Abeysuriya and Marianne Wilson

19th March - 10:00
Maya Abeysuriya is a self-taught artist-printmaker whose extensive research uncovers the connections between South Asian doctors and Dundee’s jute industry.
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Anne-Marie Copestake: Looking in Either Direction...

19th March - 10:00
Cooper Gallery is proud to present the first major solo exhibition of Anne-Marie Copestake in a public institution.
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Family Space

19th March - 10:00
Play and learn in the Museum's Family Space. Drop in each day to try out our fun creative activities, themed costumes, books and games.
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Ice Bound - Art Exhibition By Darren Rees

19th March - 10:00
Award-winning artist Darren Rees received the coveted Artist in Residency honour from the Friends of The Scott Polar Research Institute in 2015.
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Ice Bound - Art Exhibition By Darren Rees

19th March - 10:00
Award-winning artist Darren Rees received the coveted Artist in Residency honour from the Friends of The Scott Polar Research Institute in 2015.
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Links With The Past

19th March - 10:00
Our new display reveals details of the life and death of a Pictish man who was buried in a long cist at Lundin Links near Largo in Fife.
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Wise Ways: Travels of a Dundee Doctor

19th March - 10:00
Born in Dundee in 1802, Dr Thomas Alexander Wise worked in India as a physician and surgeon.

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