Our new temporary exhibition gallery has a programme of changing exhibitions, often featuring collections from our stores.
Our Sons of The Black Watch display is a semi-permanent exhibition, with rotating and changing exhibits to highlight the lives of Black Watch men through personal collections.
May September 2014
Artist in the Archive aims to make the First World War archive collections at the Museum accessible to a wide audience through this creative and innovative project. Glasgow-based artist Robin Leishman is working with archivist Richard McKenzie and Learning and Audiences Officer Rebecca Berger to help bring First World War stories from the archive to life through a series of artworks that highlight the collections and encourage the public to engage with primary historical sources in a new way. The resulting artworks will be exhibited in a temporary exhibition alongside the documentary material that inspired them.
October 2013 April 2014
On until the beginning of April, this exhibition highlights some of the weapons not usually on display. The Black Watch collection contains not only general issue weapons used by the Regiment but also weapons brought back by Black Watch soldiers from posts around the world, making the collection very diverse. This display juxtaposes weapons old and new, British and international, for an interesting insight into weapons history and development.
June to end September 2013
Curated by guest curator, art historian and museum studies student Javier Andres Perez, the opening exhibition in the new temporary exhibition gallery features art and photography from our stores.