Events & Exhibitions

Curious about getting involved with Scotland's Urban Past? Join us at the oldest working theatre in Scotland and get creative with sharing the stories of Scotland's towns and cities.
Get behind the scenes at Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum and discover how you could take the lead in a project about the city's past and present.
Our drop-in event for people of all ages gives you the chance to get creative and make a map of your Aberdeen as part of the Festival of Architecture!
If you enjoy solving history mysteries, attend our workshop for Urban Detectives in Aberdeen and learn how to investigate Scotland's towns and cities through time.
Embark on a step-by-step investigation of the architectural and social history of Aberdeen with the Scotland's Urban Past team and Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Archives.
See Ayr on film in full 1960s colour at this live cinema event from Made in My Toun.
Fifty years on, does the concept of the ‘New Town’ deliver on its promises for everyone? Find out at this live cinema event from Made in My Toun.
Press release, Wednesday 2 December 2015: The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland launches a year-long festival celebrating the best of Scottish architecture.
Audience Development Officer Carol Stobie talks about the recent Scotland's Community Heritage Conference 2015 and highlights some of the community-led projects who presented at the event.
On Thursday 29 October, Youth Forum members volunteered with a Dig It! 2015 event in Edinburgh. Read more in this blog post by Sami Binnie.