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New events programme out now!
July - September 2017 
 
Your What's On features our Glasgow venue at Kelvin Hall as well as our ever-expanding selection of entertaining and inspiring events in Edinburgh. 

 
EXHIBITION OPENING THIS WEEK
Enduring Eye: The Antarctic legacy of Sir Ernest Shackleton and Frank Hurley
One of the greatest ever photographic records of human survival, Enduring Eye honours the achievements of Sir Ernest Shackleton and the men of the Endurance expedition of 1914 – 1917. Using images taken by Frank Hurley, the official expedition photographer, together with items from the Library’s polar collections, this exhibition tells a fascinating and enduring story.
(Opening at 10 am on Friday 16 June)

Treasures  Images of India
Celebrating the 2017 UK–India Year of Culture, this display showcases images of India. Items on display include hand-coloured printed books, early Indian printing and manuscripts in various South Asian languages, especially sacred texts, poetry and histories.
(Open from 6 July - 20 August)
  
Edinburgh workshop  Polar Family Fun Day 
Come along to this free event in association with the UK Antarctic Heritage Trust. Explore life in Antarctica with stories about heroes and huskies, dogloo building, the chance to play inside a real Antarctic tent and lots more! This event is suitable for all ages and no booking is required. 

(Friday 28 July, 11 am - 4 pm)

Glasgow event  Lost Glasgow: Hall’s Well That Ends Well…
It’s incredible the hidden histories, forgotten stories, and tall tales which can be uncovered
within just a few hundred yards of the Kelvin Hall. Join journalist and historian Norry Wilson, curator of the Lost Glasgow Facebook page, for a photographic daunder, from Finnieston to Partick Cross, during which he will recount stories of town planning, tall trees, religious riots, duck dinners, ferocious fires, cattle reivers, and rock ’n’ roll royalty. It’s one part memory lane, one part psychogeography.

(Wednesday 27 September, 6 pm)
 

Edinburgh event — Where are we now: Reflections on the first six months of the
Trump presidency

Travel bans; cruise missiles and the 'Mother of All Bombs'; golf; Twitter; Sean Spicer; Ivanka; Russia; North Korea & Mexico; protests and resistance. The beginning of the Trump administration has been unlike any in the history of the United States. On the eve of American Independence Day, Professor Frank Cogliano will reflect on the first six months of the
Trump presidency. He will consider the challenges facing the Trump administration and assess
its successes and failures to date.

(Monday 3 July, 2 pm)
    


 
           
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