The University’s Principal, Professor Sir Timothy O’Shea, is to take part in an event celebrating Scotland’s cultural heritage.
He will share the platform with the Scottish Government's Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs, Ms Fiona Hyslop, who is delivering this year’s David Talbot Rice Memorial Lecture.
The talk, entitled Our past, our present and our future: Culture and heritage in Scotland, will be followed by a question and answer session chaired by the Principal.
The David Talbot Rice Memorial Lecture takes place on Wednesday 5 June 2013 in the Talbot Rice Gallery.
The event is currently fully booked.
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The David Talbot Rice Memorial Lecture is an annual event and supported by the Friends of Talbot Rice Gallery.
We a delighted Fiona Hyslop will deliver this year’s Memorial Lecture. The lecture has proved very popular and it should be a landmark event for all who engage in the arts in Scotland.
Talbot Rice Gallery is part of the University of Edinburgh.
One of Edinburgh’s pre-eminent exhibition spaces, the gallery works with both Scottish and international artists and collaborates with a range of departments across the University.
Talbot Rice provides support for students and unique opportunities including internships, volunteering positions and student-curated exhibitions.
Talbot Rice Gallery