Join us for tea, coffee and light refreshments at the Kirk of St Nicholas Uniting, Union Street, Aberdeen. On Friday 28th September we will host a coffee morning as part of the World's Biggest Coffee Morning for MacMillan Cancer Support. Open from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, everyone is welcome to drop in and support this great cause.
Do you have a DSLR/Bridge Camera and want learn how to use it?
• Trying to take great pictures of your children/family and they are often blurry, too light or too dark?
• Do you have a great camera and yet your snaps still, leave you a wanting a little more pizazz?
• Would you like to learn how to get those out of focus backgrounds, you see in magazines, newspapers and online?
• Want to know more aperture, shutter speed and ISO to release the full potential of your camera?
Scotland in Europe: Aberdeen and the continental revolution in Scottish art
Professor John Morrison, School of Divinity, History & Philosophy, University of Aberdeen
What impact did European influences have on Scottish painting in the mid-19th century and what role did Aberdeen play?
Explorathon is an annual extravaganza of shows, talks, family activities, comedy and discovery. Find out more about events in Aberdeen at www.explorathon.co.uk
Professor John Morrison discusses Aberdeen’s role in the dramatic change to Scottish painting through the introduction of European influences in the mid-19th century.
Cancer will affect nearly everyone in the North East of Scotland and the news can be devastating. Professor Steve Heys and colleagues will discuss recent developments in cancer research and cutting-edge treatments, and how with plans for a world-class centre for cancer research based at University of Aberdeen, the future looks brighter.
This centenary tour is a series of concerts across Scotland by the Band of The Royal Regiment of Scotland, entitled ‘Walking with Heroes’.
The programme of music will include works by such iconic composers as Holst (Mars), Shostakovich (Festive Overture), John Williams (Liberty Fanfare) and Karl Jenkins (Stabat Mater) in commemoration of 100 years since the end of The Great War.
Guest speaker, writer and science correspondent Neville Hodgkinson explores how pain can often be a signal to teach us something valuable in our lives.
Join us for a fascinating night of fast paced, visual talks each lasting 6 minutes and 40 seconds. Hear about the exciting fresh ideas and creative projects happening here in Aberdeen.