Dundee and Angus College hosted a series of diversity and equality days featuring some vibrant cultural performances.
The event was held at the Gardyne, Kingsway and Arbroath campuses, and aimed to highlight the importance of tolerance and diversity within the college and society.
There were performances on Tuesday at the Gardyne campus by Senegalese percussionist Moctar Sawane, Spanish dancer Annabel Rebenaque Medina, and singer Marley Davidson which brought the event to life.
Around a dozen stalls featured, including awareness on issues such as child trafficking and animal abuse, and various college societies promoting their work in the college.
D&A college said that the event was important to promote respect between different groups at the college.
A spokesperson said: “The message to everyone at college is that we value respect: respect for yourself, your colleagues, classmates, and visitors.
“D&A College has an on-going campaign to promote respect regardless of age, race, religion, nationality, gender, faith, disability or sexual orientation and this event is designed to reinforce the message
“There is huge diversity among the college population and we aim to ensure that all individuals and groups feel they are treated positively with fairness and equality.
“D&A College is an open and inclusive institution, where regardless of borders, birth, belief, or sexuality, everyone is treated equally.”
Internationally renowned performer Moctar Sawane, 39, visited the campus last year and taught students about the history and culture of the Mandinka people, a large ethnic group, noted for their oral traditions of songs and proverbs, spread across west Africa.
He said he was delighted to return and that it was clear that the students embraced the event.
“It is important for me personally to come and share my cultural and all of the students were eager to get involved,” he said.
“There are lots of different stalls to learn about here and everyone has a real passion to spread knowledge which helps diversity.”
The event also featured a series of workshops and seminars including an insight into Islam entitled, Taught by Muhammad, and a talk on understanding other cultures by Dundee International Women’s Centre.