MUSA Young Archaeologist
Sat 30 August to 29 November, 2-3.30pm (7-12 yrs)
For the budding archaeologists amongst you we’re back with more exciting hands-on sessions to develop your archaeology skills and knowledge of the past. Workshops take place on the last Saturday of each month at MUSA. Free, but booking essential.
Greeks: Sat 29 November, 2-3.30pm
Inside the Body: Silhouette Animation
Sun 30 November, 2-4pm (Teenagers and adults)
What actually happens inside your body? Our friends from Clydebuilt Puppets show you how to use silhouette projection techniques to explore different aspects of your inner self, perhaps with surprising results… Be prepared to make some gooey inner bits and remember, we are made up of lots of water! Free, but booking essential.
Christmas Music by the St Andrews Renaissance Singers
Sun 14 December, 2.30pm-3.15pm
There was mickle melody at that childes birth': Enjoy a selection of Christmas music from the Middle Ages to the present day with the St Andrews Renaissance Singers. Held at MUSA.
There's Been a Murder! The Corpse in Crime Fiction
Tues 25 November, 5.30-6.15pm
Continuing with a medical theme, join Professor Gill Plain from the School of English for a fascinating examination of the changing presentation of the corpse (and the detective's response to it) in 20th and 21st century crime fiction.
How Death Informs Life and Living
Tues 2 December, 5:30-6:15pm
Ian Parkin, Professor of Clinical Anatomy in the School of Medicine, discusses human dissection in the past, present and future and examines the ethical implications of using human bodies for medical research and the training of doctors. The topic of the talk may mean that this event is unsuitable for children.