NEoN Digital Arts have launched their Winter Programme! Upcoming events run from Sat 5 November, and build on their approach of supporting digital care and feminist ethics.
Icebreaker Comedy are back to hosting their regular Saturday gigs, starting with Vladimir McTavish at Verdant Works on Sat 26 November—tickets on sale now.
Rick Curran shared that the Friends of Dudhope Park are hosting their AGM on Mon 21 November at The Circle. Open to anyone who wants to find out about the group and connect with others in the local community—let them know you’ll be there.
Are you a writer looking for an audience? Try Hotchpotch, a monthly open-mic event where writers are encouraged to read their work—join them on Sat 12 November.
Shaper/Caper present Queer Stories, a brand new pop-up performance that explores the impact of Section 28 on the Scottish LGBTQ+ community. Touring across Scotland from Fri 25 November, with a Dundee performance at DCA on Sat 3 December.
Interested in practising your life drawing skills? Local Art Club host untutored sessions that are open to all—keep up-to-date with upcoming classes on their Instagram.
Alongside the return of the Scottish Fashion Festival from Tue 15–Sun 20 November, Scotland Re:Design are looking for your nominations for the SR:D Awards! Share your favourite local heroes who support the fashion and textile industries.
Craft Scotland have extended their deadline for the Inches Carr Craft Bursaries. Apply by Mon 7 November for support to develop your craft practice through research and development.
The Dundee Climate Fund open for applications until Sun 20 November, with funding available for community-led projects, big and small, that relate to energy, transport, waste, resilience and community engagement.
Head along to Ward Road for Nomas* Projects’ current exhibition, The Art of Crime, by Zannah Cooper. Featuring work by the artist alongside textiles by prisoners who Zannah has worked with, exploring themes of (in)justice and reconciliation.
Explore the journey of a material in need of change with V&A Dundee at Plastic: Remaking Our World, open now—free for members and those aged 18 and under.
Head to the Volk Gallery vending machine and grab yourself work by Phoebe Wilman, aka RiSoda—she’s created 50 Riso prints of Japanese onigiri, complete with a recipe and soy sauce.
Visit Dundee Botanic Gardens’ Green Gallery from Fri 11 November for Naturecure, an exhibition of work by artists from Art Angel.
What inspires you in Dundee? Architect and Amp Fíona Canavan shared why she loves DCA Print Studio in a short video about the importance of having space to be creative.
Less than a month to go to apply for our Amps network Community Ideas Fund! Find out how Rebecca Jones and Claire Gorman used last year’s fund to create City Soundscapes—a Dundee-wide trail connecting people, place and sound in a guest blog they wrote.
Culture Collective shared a reflection on their recent Open Space event in Dundee, bringing together projects from across Scotland (including Creative Dundee’s CULTIVATE) to hold much-valued time to connect and discuss their guiding principle of ‘how we would like it to be’.