Untitled by Fintan Magee
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Untitled by Fintan Magee

  My personal favourite Nuart piece is the untitled graffiti work done by Fintan Magee in 2017, just off Loch street. A world travelling artist with Scottish origins, Fintan Magee has been referred to as Australia’s Banksy by some news reporters due to his dreamy but politically charged graffiti murals. He is unspecific about the meaning … Continue reading

VIEW Inaugural Event (10th November)—Celebrating Women’s Contributions since Universal Suffrage
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VIEW Inaugural Event (10th November)—Celebrating Women’s Contributions since Universal Suffrage

Following the success of the launch of our new public engagement programme: VIEW, the George Washington Wilson Centre and the Department of Film and Visual Culture at the University of Aberdeen is pleased to announce its inaugural event this week. “Out of this World” is a participatory performance organized by Huntly-based artist Norma D. Hunter, … Continue reading

Summer Roundup
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Summer Roundup

It may be summer, and the campus may be (relatively) empty, students far away, lecturers off doing research, but we here at the GWW are hard at work, and there are a lot of exciting things brewing over the summer—some already launched and others to look out for in the coming academic year. SERG Partnership … Continue reading

Sue Jane Taylor: updates from the deck
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Sue Jane Taylor: updates from the deck

What follows is a sequel to my earlier post: Thursday 21 June: A panel on the top floor of the SDRL, held in conjunction with Taylor’s View from the Deck exhibition at Aberdeen Maritime Museum, brought together 4 women to share their perspectives on the oil and gas industries: Taylor herself, writer Esther Woolfson, Oil & Gas UK CEO Deirdre Michie and, … Continue reading