As events to celebrate Dundee’s first ever Design Month continue, Caroline Lindsay gets the chit chat on Pecha Kucha Night
A unique tartan celebrating the world’s greatest fictional detective is being embraced by “Sherlockians” worldwide, discovers Caroline Lindsay
Music has been a lifelong passion of mine and although I’ve been playing drums for many years, the decision to move away from that instrument to start writing and composing my own music was a fairly recent one.
Sitting in pride of place in Jon Hoad’s mum’s house is a clay dinosaur he made when he was six. Little did she know then that her son would become an internationally-renowned scientific artist.
Lorens Holm, reader in architecture and director of Dundee University’s Geddes Institute for Urban Research, reflects on a visit to Dundee's sister City of Design, Wuhan in China.
I have vivid memories of playing Monopoly into the night with one of my older brothers when we were younger. He is five years older than me, and I remember my mum telling us it was time for me and my twin brother to go to bed.
Hand-drawing, mark making and 3D sketching have always been an important part in the evolution of kennedytwaddle. The architectural design practice was initially established in London in 2000 by myself and my associate, Chris Twaddle, two graduates from Duncan of Jordanstone, and we opened our Dundee office nine years ago.
Following the success of last year’s Draw Your Mum campaign for Mother’s Day, we have decided to repeat it again for young artists in 2018.
What do you get if you run an exhibition dominated by five tonnes of terrezo marble floor in tandem with an exhibition that invites visitors to interact with 200kg of eggshells?
It’s been a year of celebration for The McManus: Dundee’s Art Gallery & Museum with an exciting programme of exhibitions and events to mark the institution’s 150th anniversary and to highlight the important role it has played past and present as a major cultural attraction.