- Dates: 03 Mar 2017
- Location: Galleries
A fascinating study day taking in the two halves of MARK WALLINGER MARK at DCA and The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh. The day includes talks at each venue as well as directed discussion on the train between Edinburgh and Dundee. Fiona Bradley, Director of The Fruitmarket Gallery, will talk about the exhibition in Edinburgh alongside guest speaker David Hopkins. Beth Bate, Director of DCA, will talk in Dundee alongside invited speaker Anouchka Grose.
Tickets cost £12 (including all train travel) and are available by phoning The Fruitmarket Gallery Bookshop on 0131 226 8181.
09:44 Those from Dundee will get the train to Edinburgh, in time for the start of the talks at The Fruitmarket Gallery, where they'll be joined by the Edinburgh audience.
11:30 – 12:30 A look at the exhibition and talks by Fiona Bradley (Director of the Fruitmarket Gallery) and David Hopkins (Professor of Art History at the University of Glasgow whose research interests include Dada and Surrealism, post-1945 art and theory and twentieth century photography). There's also the option to pick up a packed lunch from MILK Café at The Fruitmarket Gallery (£8.50).
13:27 Dundee and Edinburgh audiences will board the train back to Dundee, with discussion on board about the exhibition.
15:00 – 16:00 A look at the exhibition at DCA and talks by Beth Bate (Director of DCA) and Anouchka Grose (Psychoanalyst and writer based in London, a member of The Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research) followed by time to enjoy a coffee in Jute Café Bar.
16:49 Edinburgh audience will take the train from Dundee to Edinburgh Waverley, arriving at 18:25.