From the Curator of Museum Services at the University of Dundee (and, as part of the university’s 50th Anniversary celebrations) :
The University on Screen
We’re teaming up with DCA and the University Archives to present a one-off screening of some rarely seen films made about the University in decades past.
From biology expeditions in the 1930s to Stephen Fry’s installation as Rector in the 1990s, we present a fascinating glimpse into the various activities that make up University life in Dundee.
The centrepiece will be a unique 16mm promotional film from 1977 called Live and Learn in Tayside. Were you a student here at that time? You might just spot a groovier (or at least hairier) version of yourself!
This event is free. Tickets must be collected from DCA box office for the film screening.