This illuminating display celebrates Dundee’s designation as a UNESCO City of Design. Drawn entirely from the City’s diverse permanent collections, the display includes inspiring biological specimens, a David Mach matchstick head, a historic Dundee banknote and fine silversmithing.

Factory Shop is an exhibition of prototypes and products made in factories by designers Dawn Youll, Florence Dwyer, and Tommy Perman & Simon Kirby. The exhibition marks the culmination of the first Dundee Design Festival ‘Factory Residency Programme’ launched in 2017 in partnership with Make Works, following an open call.

Duncan of Jordanstone Coleege of Art & Design and Architecture Degree Show celebrates the work of creative graduates from University of Dundee’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design and the department of Architecture. A highlight in the cultural calendar of Dundee, for 10 days, DJCAD is transformed into Scotland’s largest exhibition space with thousands of visitors experiencing the best new work from students in the fields of arts, design and architecture.

In the digital age libraries matter more than ever – providing access to the internet and new technologies like 3D Printing and where you can learn digital skills like coding. But what will they look like in the future? Over 4 weeks build your idea of a future library using Minecraft.

Have you ever wanted to learn more about 3D printing? Then drop in to this session at Douglas Library and enjoy a free introduction to browser based software TinkerCAD and a demonstration of a 3D printer.

Creative Spaces is a city wide design competition for S2 pupils. This day long design challenge has a direct interface between schools, further education, design and construction. During the event young people will design a building responding to a specific brief and produce models, costings and a presentation. A programme of professional development for teachers […]

As part of the design month, Dundee will welcome the Districts of Creativity 2018 Places of Potential Summit. The DC Network brings together people from across the globe and from different sectors to harness the power of creativity to identify new ways of combining knowledge, technology and resources to impact on society for the better.

Enjoy the super speedy 20 sec x 20 slide format hosted by Creative Dundee. Hear from a range of people speaking on topics entirely of their own choice. Talks can be entertaining, thought-provoking and are often inspiring. Pecha Kucha Night Vol 21 is part of Scotland’s Year of Young People.