Memorials and Memories: Commemorating Scotland’s War Dead Since 1900

Date: Wednesday 12 November 2014
Place: Hawthornden Lecture Theatre, Scottish National Gallery
Time: 6.30–8.30pm
Cost: £12 per ticket, Friends and guests (includes a glass of wine)
Capacity: 200
Booking required: Tickets available from the Friends office.
Please enter via the back door of the Academy building

Dr Patricia Andrew, whose book on Scottish war art and artists of the 20th century will be published in November, examines how Scotland has commemorated its war dead since 1900. In addition to discussing the many official memorials, she will also look at the wider range of commemorative art created in tribute to, and in memory of, all those who served and fell in the field, and also on the home front.