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A Love Letter to Dundee: Joseph McKenzie Photographs 1964-1987

8th January - 10:00
Dundee's waterfront transformation has gained worldwide recognition. In the latest of our changing annual displays, we return to Dundee of the 1960s-1980s.
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The Street at The McManus

8th January - 10:00
Take a walk down memory lane and immerse yourself in The Street at The McManus.
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The Street at The McManus

8th January - 10:00
Take a walk down memory lane and immerse yourself in The Street at The McManus.
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Tako Taal

8th January - 10:00
This exhibition will mark Glasgow-based artist Tako Taal's first solo exhibition in a major UK institution, debuting a new body of work in Gallery 1 at DCA.
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Rae-Yen Song

8th January - 10:00
This exhibition will mark Glasgow-based artist Rae-Yen Song's first solo exhibition in Scotland, debuting a new body of work including sculpture, installation, printmaking and video in Gallery 2 at DC
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Tako Taal

8th January - 10:00
This exhibition will mark Glasgow-based artist Tako Taal's first solo exhibition in a major UK institution, debuting a new body of work in Gallery 1 at DCA.
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Rae-Yen Song

8th January - 10:00
This exhibition will mark Glasgow-based artist Rae-Yen Song's first solo exhibition in Scotland, debuting a new body of work including sculpture, installation, printmaking and video in Gallery 2 at DC
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A Love Letter to Dundee: Joseph McKenzie Photographs 1964-1987

8th January - 10:00
Dundee's waterfront transformation has gained worldwide recognition. In the latest of our changing annual displays, we return to Dundee of the 1960s-1980s.
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The Ignorant Art School: Sit-in #2: To Be Potential

8th January - 11:00
Declaring that our collective future is determined not by what we know, but by how we create and share knowledge, Sit-in #2: To Be Potential activates how artistic practice as pedagogy dares education
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D'Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum Saturday Open Days

8th January - 14:00
The D'Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum is a treasure trove of natural history specimens from across the globe, many of them collected by the University's first Professor of Biology, D'Arcy Wentworth Thomp