Inspiring Art and Music is a redevelopment project which will transform Aberdeen Art Gallery, Cowdray Hall and War Memorial through significant investment in the fabric of the buildings, new exhibition and display galleries and improved facilities for visitors.
ABERDEEN ART GALLERY GOES TO DRUM CASTLE
ABERDEEN ART GALLERY GOES TO STANLEY SPENCER GALLERY
This exhibition is inspired by the painting Marjory and Anne by Alexander Christie.
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Aberdeen Art Gallery, the Remembrance Hall and Cowdray Hall are currently being redeveloped. Upon re-opening, the Remembrance Hall balcony will have digital exhibitions exploring memories about war and conflict, focusing on people who live or lived in Aberdeen. We’d love you to contribute memories to help make your gallery reflective, informative, varied and relevant to you.
This display tells the story of the Spanish Steamship Eolo, which berthed in Blaikie’s Quay, Aberdeen Harbour 80 years ago.
Aberdeen Maritime Museum will mark the centenary year of the Battle of Jutland, with a small display telling the tragic, real-life story of local Aberdonian boy, George MacDonald Rennie.
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