Art Collection, University of Stirling
About the Artist
The University of Stirling Art Collection is a varied one. Artworks from the permanent collection are on display throughout the Pathfoot Building, with sculpture in courtyards and across the scenic campus. In addition, our temporary exhibitions, which are directly inspired by the research themes of the University, this year focus on health and wellbeing under the title 'The Art of Wellbeing'.
You are welcome to visit the University of Stirling Art Collection, which is mainly based in the Pathfoot Building, but also includes the sculpture placed around the scenic campus.
Alongside permanent exhibits such as sculpture by Barbara Hepworth, a large wall mural by Mary Martin and oil paintings by J D Fergusson, we also have temporary exhibitions on the theme of health and wellbeing. In the Crush Hall you can see 'Blue' which is a display of works featuring this colour, curated from the permanent collection, including paintings by Robin Phillpson, Michael Tyzack and James Morrison, and prints by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Rosalind Lawless and Norman McLaren. The 'Second Chancers' exhibition explores the lives of individuals with experience of the community justice system, and 'Hope', created by artist George Berrie, which ponders Maslow's hierarchy of needs in surrealist form.
There are also newly acquired artworks to be seen, and paintings by Elizabeth Blackadder and Joan Eardley.
16mm Film Workshop with artist-in-residence Jennifer Wicks
14+15 June 11am-4pm
& Art Collection Tours:
During FVAB - Mon 11am, Weds 11am or 3pm, Fri 11am
Drop in and join us on a two-day 16mm film workshop to create experimental, animated films and soundtracks without a camera.
Using Norman McLaren as a starting point, you will draw, sew or scratch directly onto 16mm film to create a community collaborative 16mm film. The workshop is led by artist Jennifer Wicks, who works across expanded cinema, drawing, film, and sculpture. Jennifer is artist-in-residence at The Art Collection archive, The university of Stirling researching pioneering artist Norman McLaren. During the two days there will also be opportunity to view McLarens’s hand-drawn films. A film will be made collectively, digitised, and shared to all the workshop participants.
Tours - Join the Art Collection for an informal exploration of our current exhibitions at the University of Stirling Pathfoot Building. Free tickets can be found at https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/art-collection-tours-236819
Alternatively, private tours can be arranged by emailing [email protected]