Events

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Talk by Jim Inglis, Curator (History)
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Bringing the public, researchers and clinicians together
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Bringing the public, researchers and clinicians together
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Join Aberdonian Susi McWilliam author of Be Free: A Holistic Guide to Freedom from Anxiety, Stress and Low Mood
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19:00- 19:30 Arrival, registration, refreshments. 19.30- 20:30 Lecture, questions and discussion.
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Join accomplished climber and outdoor instructor, Anna Wells, for this illustrated talk hosted by the North East Mountain Trust, where she reflects on two decades of immersing herself in the mounta
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“We are not defined by what knocks us down – we are defined by how we get back up” – Madeleine Black.
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Based on his book 'Scotland's Lost Industries', author Michael Meighan will recount the fascinating story how Scotland grew to have a major place
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This event will include a talk on the history of the African American “struggle for liberty” in Scotland by tracing the transatlantic tours of Ida
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Please join us at this free evening session on mindfulness for business with experienced mindfulness coach, Angela Wilken of Mindfulness Energy.
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Bringing the public, researchers and clinicians together
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Why is this painting so important? What's its connection to Aberdeen? Take a closer look at Le Passeur (The Ferryman) by Wiliam Stott of Oldham, on loan from Tate.
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Join our staff for informal insights into the Art Gallery displays. See What's On screens and online for themes and meeting points.
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What is it about Scotland that Martin Parr loves so much?
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Join experienced training consultant Anne Simpson at this free session on networking skills. Networking is about making personal contacts.
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Explore the positive benefits writing can have on your health and wellbeing through this creative writing workshop, led by experienced writer and tutor Helen Boden.
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Incest, insanity and treason – just some of the subjects covered at this talk about Aberdeenshire’s unusual history.
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Have you ever wondered how authors can authentically recreate another time and place? Are you a writer looking for tips for your own work?
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Are you discovering and following your own unique path?
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The Comet Seekers is a love story, based in an Antarctic scientific research centr
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Ross MacLennan, Curator (History)
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The NEMT (SCIO SC008783) is holding a free event in recognition of the enormous contribution of Dr Adam Watson to science and conservation in the mountain environment of North East Scotland.
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Are you looking to boost your confidence, get help with giving presentations, learn to be more proactive and assertive or simply, get your point a
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Steven Watt, AOC Archaeology
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Join our BSL interpreters for an introduction to Aberdeen Art Gallery and The Ferryman's Journey exhibition, featuring Le Passeur (The Ferryman) by William Stott of Oldham, on loan from Tate.