One of our big events at the end of last year was Architecture 6000 (a co-production with the Arts and Humanities Dept at the University of Stirling) - a chance for guests to hear about the innovations that have happened within Stirling and Central Scotland.
The event featured three speakers with each of them discussing one building and one artefact from their chosen period. They were:
Murray Cook (Stirling Council) - Prehistory
Richard Oram (Dean of Arts and Humanities at the University of Stirling) - Medieval
Diane Watters (Historic Environment Scotland) - Modern
After the three speakers delivered their presentations, the audience got the chance to vote for their favourite presentation.
(With thanks again to the University of Stirling and Historic Environment Scotland)