A two day festival of art historical research organised in collaboration by The Courtauld Institute of Art and V&A Dundee.

On Friday the 29th of November, 19.00 – 22.00, drop into lighting talks as you wish, listen to spoken word and musical performances, reimagine iconic works housed in the Courtauld Collection through Rujazzle’s installation ‘Queering the Canon’, access a curator’s tour of Hello, Robot, a groundbreaking new exhibition, and grab yourself a drink and a bite to eat while listening to OH141’s exclusive DJ set!On Saturday the 30th of November, 12.00 – 16.00, we invite you and your family to take part in a range of workshops, pop-up tours and ‘in discussion’ sessions between representatives from The Courtauld Institute of Art and those based at V&A Dundee.This is the first time we have held the festival at V&A Dundee, so we are looking forward to welcoming you all to the museum!

The event is free, but booking on the Friday night is essential due to popular demand. Seating is limited for the lightning talks and will operate on a first-come first serve-basis. Saturday will be drop-in and dip-able and no booking is required.

Confirmed contributors:Aviva Burnstock | Kirsty Hassard | Mick Peter | Meredith More| Robin Schuldenfrei| Rujazzle | Cat Hepburn | Dalziel + Scullion |Eoin Dara |OH141| Edinburgh Caribbean Society |More information to come!

29 Nov - 30 Nov 2019

V&A Dundee, 1 Riverside Esplanade, Dundee




Open Courtauld