Daily in the Hunterian Museum, Hunterian Art Gallery and The Mackintosh House
Tuesdays at 1.00pm in the Hunterian Museum or Hunterian Art Gallery
Free admission to Mackintosh Architecture on 20 and 21 September and special free public lecture on Sunday 21 September.
A one-day symposium focussing on the development and outputs of the major research project, ‘Mackintosh Architecture: Context, Making and Meaning’.
Sauchiehall Street: A Great Glasgow Thoroughfare.
Special tours of the Mackintosh Architecture exhibition, led by our student MUSEs (Museum University Student Educators).
A series of free, drop in lunchtime talks based on the Mackintosh Architecture exhibition in the Hunterian Art Gallery.
Larger than life 'critters' including mosquitos, sand flies and midges, as part of the Part of the Malaria Science Showcase.
Dr Mhairi Stewart from the Wellcome Trust Centre for Molecular Parasitology talks about using art to engage both researchers and the public in science outreach.
Find out more about the 'critters' nestling in the Museum, how they will be used and the diseases they represent.
Drop in activities for all the family - Host with the Most, Crafty Critters, Parasitebusters, and our extra gross table of worms!
Dr Michael Penman from the University of Strathclyde talks about his book ‘Robert the Bruce: King of the Scots'.
As part of Black History Month, this free event examines black nationalist groups and their leaders and explores the key differences in their approaches to achieving civil rights.
A Centre for Open Studies One-Day Event as part of the Mackintosh Architecture exhibition.
As part of the Mackintosh Architecture exhibition, novelist Esther Freud reads extracts from her new novel and discusses her engagement with the Mackintosh story.
Dr Tony Pollard and Professor Matt Strickland in conversation about the Archaeology of Warfare in the time of Robert the Bruce.
A series of presentations by contemporary architects on themes inspired by the Mackintosh Architecture exhibition.
For details of previous Hunterian events, click here.
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