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, …
Tuesday, 26 September 2017 was one of the foggiest days I’ve seen in Aberdeen—it was the first time I ever had to drive with my fog lights on. It was on this murky, grey, dreary autumnal Aberdeen day that my Performance Art class was scheduled to participate in a slow walk on Aberdeen Beach with …
Join us at Blackwell’s Aberdeen for the official book launch of Amy Bryzgel’s latest publication, Performance Art in Eastern Europe since 1960.
The GWW Centre for Visual Culture and the Department of Film and Visual Culture at the University of Aberdeen is pleased to announce its new programme of events: VISION.
Last month I attempted to engage an audience at a public event and get them to create a communal chalk drawing. I was stopped, accused of defacing property, and censored. This is my story, and these are my views about that incident.
Notes on the exhibition Eastern European Performance Art in Scotland: the Legacy of Richard Demarco, at the University of Aberdeen, MacRobert building, on view from now until 27 September 2016. #DemarcoEast
A new project starts this month, designing an app based on Aberdeen’s sights and sounds.