We are supplementary Russian School in Dundee. We meet every Saturday during the term time at Craigie High School in Dundee.
Our curriculum includes subjects of Russian, Art, Math, Drama. We have classes for children and adults.
We organise cultural and educational events and aim to promote Russian culture in Scotland.
We also provide excellent volunteering opportunities.
We are keen to make new friends with the organisations of similar ilk and open to any ideas promoting diversity and pursuing charitable goals.
The Friends of the William Lamb Studio (commonly known as the Friends of William Lamb) is a community group established in Montrose, Scotland in 1977. In 1978 the William Lamb Memorial Studio – William Lamb’s own working studio from 1935 until his death in 1951 – was to be re-opened and developed as a small gallery and museum to the memory of William Lamb – one of Scotland’s finest sculptor and artist – under the management of the Museum Service of Angus Council.
The Friends was established to support the Council in arrange regular openings and guided tours of the Studio, promoting both the Studio and Lamb himself; as well as researching Lamb and all aspects of his working life – his art pieces and models and the context in which they were created. In addition, we disseminate that information through the sponsorship and publication of books, articles, leaflets and guides. They have helped with funding and developing the Studio and its collections, thereby creating an outstanding exhibition that draws visitors from all over the world.
The William Lamb Memorial Studio is located at the east end of Trades Close a small pedestrian row that leads from the High Street, Montrose to Market Street.
Since 2019 the Lamb Studio (owned by Angus Council) is subject to new arrangements. The Friends of William Lamb will arrange and run all public Studio openings. The Studio “collections” will be managed by ANGUSalive on behalf of Angus Council – all collections queries should be addressed to Gill.Ross@angusalive.scot
In addition, the Friends share “Lamb” information through the sponsorship or publication of books, articles, leaflets and guides and through a series of non-Studio events – walks, talks and displays and exhibitions.
The Friends is a community group that runs under a constitution. Membership is open to all on the payment of a small annual fee. Throughout the year Officers and Committee will arrange Studio openings, activities and special events related to the aims of the group, usually around Angus or in the Studio. These events are supported by Friends volunteers.
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Unit 5, Vision Building
NEoN is Scotland’s only Digital Arts Festival and has now been running for 10 years. During our festival in November and in pop-up events throughout the year we show a hybrid mix of exhibitions, installations, audio & performance across the city of Dundee.
NEoN aims to advance the understanding and accessibility of digital and technology driven art forms and to encourage high quality within the production of this medium. By bringing together emerging talent and well-established artists, we aim to influence and reshape the genre.
Friday evening meeting, once a month from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Meeting place Newton Hall, Panbride Church, Carnoustie.
Notes: Aims to enhance members’ knowledge and enjoyment of classical music through musically illustrated talks.
At Arbroath Public Library, Hill Terrace, Arbroath DD11 1AH
Mondays from 10am – 12pm
All ages welcome, bring own craft project
Contact Krissy – 077830 83249
Dedicated to contemporary art and ideas, Hospitalfield is a place to work, study, learn, visit and enjoy. An historic artist’s house in Arbroath, we hosting artists’ residencies and study groups, exhibitions and events.
Volunteers are vital to the work that we do at Hospitalfield, bringing skills, knowledge and enthusiasm and providing their time with the greatest generosity. Activities include gardening, walking groups, history and heritage, collections care, events and exhibitions. We welcome people from all walks of life to take part and there are plenty of ways to get involved.