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Adult Programme

Visitors attending an exhibition talk at the Gateway Galleries.‌Booking information

All events are free but some must be booked. To book please email museumlearning@st-andrews.ac.uk or call 01334 46 1660.

If you would benefit from an audio description during or before an event please let us know at the time of booking. 

 

We're closing but we're not stopping!

MUSA is now temporarily closed as we prepare to redevelop and extend the museum, an opportunity to bring you fresh new displays and a wider range of temporary exhibitions.  

We might be closing, but we’re certainly not stopping. Over the coming year we’ll be bringing you a range of events and some temporary displays out and about as MUSA comes to you! 

  

StAnza Creative Writing Workshop: Metaphors of Displacement
Archaeology Room, School of Classics
Wednesday 6th March, 2pm-4:30pm

In this creative writing workshop led by Hannah Lavery, we will explore the theme of displacement by responding to material held by MUSA's archaeology and ethnography collection, by writing our way around and into objects people have taken with them when they have been forced, or have chosen, to leave the home they know.
Cost: £7.50
Booking required. Book via the Byre Box Office: https://byretheatre.com

 

StAnza: Musings @ Bell Pettigrew
Bell Pettigrew Museum
Thursday 7th March, 12pm-2pm
Friday 8th
March,12pm-2pm

From the anteater to the zebra, create poetry from an alphabetical array of animals at the Bell Pettigrew Museum as part of this year’s StAnza festival. Send your StAnza musings to museumlearning@st-andrews.ac.uk and we’ll share our favourites online!
Free.
Drop-in.
No booking required.
For more details see www.stanzapoetry.org

 

The Women Who Shaped St Andrews: Film showing and discussion
Arts Lecture Theatre
Tuesday 12th March, 7:15pm-8:30pm

Join MUSA and the History Society for an event in honour of International Women’s Day. Enjoy an exclusive screening of the documentary ‘The Women Who Shaped St Andrews’ and discover the legacies of the powerful female benefactors who influenced everything from natural history research to student accommodation. A panel discussion will follow, bringing a different perspective to the evening’s theme. Join us as we celebrate the contribution of women to our University.
Refreshments will be provided. This event will be held at the Arts Lecture Theatre.
Free.
No booking required.