Events hosted by the Trust in the past:
The second of Dundee Civic Trust’s popular series of winter evening talks will take place on Thursday 18 November 2021 at our usual venue of the Dundee Art Society gallery, 17 Roseangle. HMS Unicorn is well-known to Dundonians as the old ‘wooden wall’ in Dundee docks but her true international importance is still very little […]
A talk by Dr Husam AlWaer Dundee Art Society Gallery, 17 Roseangle After the loss of the 2020-21 season, we plan to resume our programme of evening talks on Thursday 21 October 2021. Dr Husam AlWaer’s presentation will challenge us to consider the benefits of living locally and will examine the need to redesign how […]
The Dundee Civic Trust joint meeting with the Friends of Dundee Heritage Trust will be hosted this year by the Friends, using Zoom. Our members will have received an invitation to join this event at 2.30 pm on Wednesday 24 February. The speaker, Matthew Jarron, is Curator of Museum Services at the University of Dundee […]
Philip Long is well-known to Dundonians as the Director of the dramatic new V&A Dundee and has managed this key Dundee project from its very earliest days. It will have been open for a little over a year and Philip will give us an update on the progress of this important and challenging Dundee Waterfront […]
Trustees Peter Webber and Derek Simpson from Dundee Museum of Transport will explain how the transport museum has established itself as one of the city’s most popular attractions and describe their detailed plans for development of the old Maryfield tram sheds.
Scotland had its own native architecture with a critical period 1570 -1620 when architects explored complex spatial and aesthetic principles well ahead of their time. Architect Crichton Wood will show Robert Adam flirting with the style, David Bryce developing the style, both in bad and good ways, and Macintosh & Lorimer continuing and developing the […]
DCT awards for buildings and projects completed between June 2017 and May 2019 that have made a beneficial contribution to the environment of the city.
“The high street has suffered from 50 years of benign – and not so benign-neglect. We can continue to patch and mend or we can start thinking more radically. That is, if we feel there is any value at all in having high streets?” Professor Sparks is Professor of Retail Studies at the University of […]