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Here’s a full breakdown of the events, opportunities, and content available in Dundee over the month of April! You can subscribe to our monthly News Mail Out here.

From our Amps Supporters

  • Fun A Day Dundee‘s yearly exhibition is online and available for viewing! Read more about it here.
  • DCA Dundee is open! Go along to the exhibition by artist Emma Talbot, drawing her practices together to create a new world in the galleries. Read more about the exhibition.
  • Dundee Rep Theatre has just launched This Is For You Dundee Festival, six interactive events will be popping up online from Friday 14 – Sunday 23 May. Find out more and book your space here.
  • Cara Rooney is an incredible local illustrator and It’s Nice That just profiled her work! Read it here.


  • Tayside’s Treasures is a fascinating event hosting staff from 16 different Tayside museums to each talk about the most intriguing object in their collection. Get your ticket.
  • Nomas* Projects Artist’s Talk with Chris Miller is happening this Sunday, when he’ll discuss Me As Venus. Check their website for details.
  • At Hame with Sheena Wellington is an upcoming online musical event as part of StobFest! Get your free tickets here.


  • Greenspace Scotland is recruiting for two new roles. Find out more and apply here.
  • Creative Scotland has just launched some digital development support for individuals and organisations. This service is free for users!
  • Abertay Game Lab and InGame Dundee have launched an open call for a game developer. Read more and apply.
  • Potluck Zine is once again open for submissions here!
  • Hospitalfield’s Interdisciplinary Residencies are open for applications until this Sunday. Find out more here.
  • Scottish Awards for New Music‘s nominations are now open.


  • Look Again Aberdeen has 20 funded places available for their online Creative Entrepreneurship course, across 6 days starting 15 June. Find out more here.
  • Fest Film Lab has some upcoming screenwriting workshops! Book your space here.
  • Kickstarter is running a session on how designers can reimagine and build the future. Book your free tickets here.
  • Next Level Mentoring and Training programme for art professionals is open for applications until next week. Find out more here.


  • V&A Dundee is now open! Check out their exhibition on the history of nightclub design! Find out more here.
  • Artefacts is a collective exploration of image, identity, and imagination, by young people from Hot Chocolate Trust. You can explore it digitally or in person at Slessor Gardens.
  • Nilupul Foundation‘s new exhibition shares the work of Sarah Gillespie and her exploration of sentiment and emotion, considering how objects and spaces contain the presence of the past. See her work upstairs at 51 Gallery.
  • GENERATORProjects will open their doors once again for the exhibition Here, no fur ye, as their first show of 2021! Find out more here.
  • In The Flesh is a brand new exhibition at Dock Street Studios. Explore it here.
  • Verdant Works will reopen on 28 May, with a brand new exhibition on Scottish Diaspora Tapestry!


  • Dundee Rep Theatre now has a digital home with an incredible upcoming digital project called Rep Studios. Explore their content here.
  • Cooper Gallery’s long-term project entitled, CURRENT|不合时宜: Contemporary Art from Scotland is now in its fourth and final phase. Find out more about it here.
  • Wooosh Gallery is one of the really exciting things happening in Dundee just now. Read this fascinating piece about them here.
  • CHIP collective is gearing up to launch a new comic anthology, Working In: The Arts. Give them a follow for updates!

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