Film Comes to 44 King Street – Celebrating Queer Screen Icon Marlene Dietrich

We’re thrilled to announce film screenings happening this October in collaboration with the Communications, Media and Culture department at the University of Stirling. Across two weeks, we’ll be showcasing the work of queer and feminist screen icon Marlene Dietrich by screening two films she made with frequent collaborator Josef Von Sternberg – Morocco and Dishonoured.   […]

Shooting On Location in Stirling

Exciting things in the Film & TV world have been happening on our doorstep recently… we sat down with Naimh Flockhart and Delilah Neil, who are two students currently working on the ITV production of Karen Pirie, to find out a bit about how they got involved with it and what they’ve learned as part […]

Documenting the Impact of the Pandemic for Our Region’s Creative Workforce

Back in June, we wrote about a survey that had been designed by fourth year university student Eilidh Stalker during her work placement with us. We shared this questionnaire around artists, musicians, and anyone who identified as being part of the broader creative workforce. Here are some of our key findings from the survey:  […]

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Community Speaks: Reflecting on the Culture Symposium

Today marks the launch of a new exhibition created by the Place Partnership at 44 King Street where we are encouraging everyone to reflect on the outcomes of the culture symposium back in May. The symposium was a day based on action, with everyone in attendance being encouraged to think about what […]

Can you spot yourself?!

Watch our video, courtesy of our friends at Focas Media, to find out a little more about what we got up to at the Stirling Culture Symposium here.

Read our report from the Stirling Culture Symposium

Grab a coffee and have a read of our symposium report! The report is a summary of the ideas and reflections of around 85 people who took part in the event at Engine Shed on 23rd May. If you’d like to download a copy of the report, you can find it here.

What next? Learning from the culture symposium…

Its two weeks since a whole host of brilliant people came together at the Engine Shed to explore the idea of Stirling’s creative identity: past, present, possible. With 9 speakers, 3 workshops and approximately 70 creative people with lots to say, its safe to say that the ‘take-aways’ were plentiful! I’ve collected […]