Events

The Crisis and Europe, 1pm Saturday 19th of May 2012, Queen’s Hotel, Nethergate Dundee

Democratic Left is hosting a discussion on what is taking place in Greece, France and elsewhere.

We will be joined by comrades from Greece and Italy. And by those with an understanding of the background to what is unfolding.

I look forward to seeing you on Saturday.

The Queens Hotel – Nethergate Dundee is a short distance from the City Centre and the train station, there is parking at the Hotel. The Hotel sits close to the Dundee University tower building and can be reached from the Perth Road.

Past events:

Unveiling – A portrait of Alasdair Gray.

Wednesday June 23rd 2010

Oran Mor, Byers Road, Glasgow.

Democratic Left Scotland has commissioned artist Sandy Moffat to produce a portrait of author and artist Alasdair Gray.  All DLS members and Perspectives readers will be invited to attend. Oran Mor has been chosen as an appropriate ‘home’ for the portrait. This is an opportunity to take part in an important cultural moment.

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  1. By waiving his fee Sandy Moffat has bequearhed us an asset recently valued at 15.000.00 pounds. Colin Beattie at Oran Mor was similarly generous. We have been trying to persuade the Corporate Body at Holyrood that an ideal home for the painting would be the entranceway to the parliament, possibly with the sentiment Sandy expressed in waiving his fee,” For The Common Good” and Alasdair’s ”Work as though you live in the days of a better nation.” The Corporate body” is not so far receptive to the idea. The painting has iconic potential and we are giving some thought as to how its image might be promoted. All suggestions welcome.
    Davie Laing.

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