The techniques behind Andy Warhol’s art will be demonstrated at the Scottish Parliament through a series of free weekend workshops in October.
Thursday 12 September will signal a first with the Parliament’s Conveners Group questioning the First Minister on his Government’s legislative programme.
‘Tickets’ have been released today (10.00am Friday 30 August) for the new Andy Warhol: Pop, Power and Politics exhibition which will run at the Scottish Parliament from Saturday 5 October to Sunday 3 November 2013.
The Scottish Independence Referendum Bill has cleared its first parliamentary hurdle following the endorsement of the general principles of the Bill by a leading Holyrood committee.
The Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee will visit the Glenlivet Estate tomorrow (27 August) for MSPs to learn first-hand about issues from deer population and forestry management to farm diversification.
The impact of the referendum on the defence industry in Scotland is under the microscope today at what will be a lively debate on Scotland’s Defence Capability with panellists including Angus Robertson MP and the Rt Hon Jim Murphy MP.
The second day of the Festival of Politics will feature thought-provoking sessions on the constitutional future of Scotland.
The ninth Festival of Politics gets underway today (Friday 23 August) examining ‘Scotland’s Place in the World’.
Teenagers today have grown up with devolution as a fact of life and a new BBC documentary, which culminates at the Festival of Politics on Sunday 25 August, explores what this means for nine teenagers from across the UK.
Pierre Omidyar, the entrepreneur and philanthropist best known as the founder and chairman of eBay, will be the keynote speaker at the highly prestigious worldwide Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy ceremony this October
A programme of free entertainment has today (3 August) been launched by the Scottish Parliament as part of this year’s Festival of Politics