In early October, 17 members set off from Kings Cross to Dundee, once famous for jam, jute and journalism.
Artist, ceramicist and Turner Prize winner (2003) Grayson Perry is a well-known, albeit controversial, key figure in contemporary art.
This lecture demonstrates that drug jars have an undervalued role to play in understanding medical practices in the 17th and 18th centuries.
The period when the great fashion houses collaborated with the finest of jewellers to produce works of art of outstanding quality and opulence.
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The engaging Doug Gillen gave a thought-provoking and entertaining talk on “Hidden Canvasses: Street Art and the City”