Hunterian Insight Talks

Hunterian Insight Talks

‌Join us for our popular series of lunchtime talks, given by experts from The Hunterian and the University of Glasgow. These talks offer insight into The Hunterian's world class collections and current research at the University of Glasgow. The talks last approximately 10 minutes and take place every Tuesday at 1.00pm in various Hunterian locations. Admission is free and all are welcome! Previous Insight Talks can be found can be found in our Insight Talk Archive.

Black History Month

De-Colonialising Collections

16 October 2018
1.00pm
Kathryn Pruett, MSc Museum Studies
Hunterian Museum

Black History Month

The Campbells are Coming: Highlanders and the Gold Coast 1874
23 October 2018
1.00pm
Jesper Ericsson, The Hunterian
Hunterian Museum

Black History Month

Colonial Caricatures? The Wooden Sculptures of Thomas Ona
30 October 2018
1.00pm
Dr Rosie Spooner, Lecturer in Information Studies
Hunterian Museum

Dancing with Death: Creative Responses to End of Life
13 November 2018
1.00pm
Amy Shea, PhD student and Hunterian Associate
Hunterian Art Gallery

Light and Shadow: When Photography Met Archaeology
20 November 2018
1.00pm
Eleanor Capaldi, Film and Television Studies (Marketing, The Hunterian)
Hunterian Museum

How to Move a Million – Decanting The Hunterian Collections
27 November 2018
1.00pm
Nicola Scott & Becky Smith, Collections Management, The Hunterian
Hunterian Museum

Mythistory: The Practice of Memory and Persuasion as Art
4 December 2018
1.00pm
Dana Little, Hunterian Associate
Hunterian Museum

The Curious Case of Canvas (Hunter 300)
11 December 2018
1.00pm
Prof. Christina Young, Technical Art History
Hunterian Art Gallery