One of Dundee's most prominent art spaces has undergone a makeover, in preparation for another art museum's opening.
Dundee Contemporary Arts has celebrated its most successful year with a record cinema attendance and rising gallery admissions.
A Dundee cinema will host a live Q&A with one of America's most influential directors.
A documentary about a Dundee American football team dubbed the "worst in the UK" will be screened at the DCA in August.
A guided tour of a new exhibition taking art to the streets of Dundee hopes to encourage discussion about the use of public space.
Heritage campaigners have raised serious concerns over plans to build a multiplex cinema on Nethergate.
Competition is what allows a market to operate in the best interests of the consumer.
A Dundee pub landlord has told the DCA to "man up" after cinema bosses expressed concerns about proposals to build a multiplex nearby.
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Sir, – In the news item in the Courier about the planned cinema in the Greenmarket site you quote Tim Allan, president of Scottish Chambers of Commerce, as saying: “I don’t see it as detrimental to the DCA. People who want to go and see Thor: Ragnarok or Avengers: Infinity War are not going to go to the DCA, which thrives showing offbeat, left-field films with a limited release.”