Published on 9 November 2018
A group of youth practitioners, young people and young leaders from Dumfries took part in a national mental health roadshow recently.
As part of the ‘Foolish Optimism’ roadshow, a group led by Dumfries and Galloway Council watched the short film which was launched in Dundee last month, and discussed the importance of mental health.
Published on 7 November 2018
A group of Dundee and Angus College nursing students took part in a national mental health roadshow earlier this week (Monday 5 November 2018).
As part of the ‘Foolish Optimism’ roadshow, students from the ‘Access to Nursing’ course watched the short film which was launched in Dundee last month, and discussed the importance of mental health and its role in their future careers. The students are hoping to begin their nursing training in 2019/20, with some following the adult nursing route and others entering the mental health nurse training course at either the University of Dundee or Abertay.
Published on 5 November 2018
With just under a month until its opening in Dundee, local businesses behind one of the largest craft beer bars in Scotland have given a sneak preview of the new premises.
Andrew Black of Andrew Black Design visited the premises yesterday with Tim Butler, Director of St Andrews Brewing Company and Darren Wilson, Managing Director of SteamPunk Fit Out of Blairgowrie.
Published on 1 November 2018
NEoN digital arts festival is planning to take over the Wellgate shopping centre in Dundee next week.
Artists Alan Holmes and Alan Taylor from Manchester, known professionally as AL and AL, will be transforming Unit 26A – formerly the Iceland store – into a high-end art gallery with their show Down The Rabbit Hole. It will include a new piece entitled ‘The Immaculate Conception of Isaac Newton Production’, involving apples suspended in the act of falling.
Meanwhile, Weave by Abertay will be taking over vacant retail units nine to eleven on the second floor on behalf of NEoN, with their group show ‘Lifespans: Forever And Ever’. An exploration of the expansive and endless nature of our digital lives, it will include work by Cassie McQuater, Hadi Mehrpouya & Robert Powell, Tale of Tales, and Marius Watz.
Published on 29 October 2018
Local toddlers will have the chance to become little musicians during brand new activities in Dundee this week.
As part of its Early Explorers programme, Dundee Science Centre is inviting children aged three to five years old to take part in a number of fun, hands-on activities and games linked to music on Thursday 1 and Friday 2 November 2018.
The ‘Little Musicians’ activities will complement the highly interactive ‘Music Mayhem exhibition’ which will continue to welcome visitors until Sunday 4 November 2018.
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