Gill Saunders, senior curator from the V&A, will be in Dundee on September 26 to deliver a public lecture at the University of Dundee. The talk takes place in the university's Dalhousie Building at 6pm and free tickets are available from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Modern Masters in Print is on display at The McManus: Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum until November 17. It is the third in a series of exhibitions leading up to the opening of V&A at Dundee.
Stirling has announced more events for its celebration of the 2014 Year of Homecoming.
There are already 170 festivals, exhibitions and other events on the list.
TV Historian and archaeologist Neil Oliver and crime writer William McIlvanney joined Stirling Provost Mike Robbins to launch the 2014 programme of events and the year of celebrations will kick off with the Hogmanay celebrations on Stirling Castle esplanade on December 31.Early Bird tickets are now available.
The Glenfiddich Distillery in Speyside has announced a second exhibition of new work created by its eight resident artists. Among the group show, Marie Von Heyl will present her collection of videos and collage constructed over the past three months in residence and Agi Chen will introduce her interpretation of a Scottish comic book intuition.
The gallery at the distillery will be open to public from September 27 until October 13.
This autumn the DCA in Dundee will present the work of Hiraki Sawa. His largest UK exhibition to date, Lenticular will comprise of new commissions shown alongside earlier work. It is named after a print process that has fascinated the artist since his first site visit for this project.
The centrepiece of the exhibition is a new film commission shot by Sawa at Dundee's Mills Observatory. Hiraki Sawa was born in 1977 in Ishikawa, Japan and lives and works in London.
Lenticular has been programmed in partnership with Discovery Film Festival. It runs from October 5 to January 5.
The RSNO has appointed an Engagement Coordinator to grow its relationship with schools and communities around Dundee. Envisaged as the first such regional post in Scotland, it is hoped that it will lead to an increase in the activity and audience in the city. The first coordinator is Heather Cassidy, a graduate of Glasgow University and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, who also works with Dundee Rep Theatre and Horsecross Arts in Perth in education posts.