Elaine Moohan at ‘Early Glasgow’ exhibition

Elaine Moohan at Early Glasgow event 1 The OU in Scotland sponsored a public seminar relating to the ‘Early Glasgow: the story of church and city’ exhibition taking place at the Mitchell Library (Glasgow) 16-28 January. This forms part of the OU in Scotland’s public engagement schedule and was supported by Knowledge Exchange funding.

Dr Elaine Moohan (Senior Lecturer in Music) chose some of the items for display in the exhibition and delivered a talk on ‘Music at Glasgow Cathedral before the Reformation’ at the public seminar. Elaine is also meeting members of the public at a series of ‘Show and Tell’ sessions, explaining the music items on display to those who come along.

These events are free, but it’s advisable to book ahead. There are three sessions remaining – Friday 20th, Saturday 21st, and Friday 27th January, all 1-2.30pm in the Archives Department (floor 5 of the Mitchell Library).

About Byron Dueck

Byron Dueck is Senior Lecturer in Ethnomusicology and Head of Music at the Open University.
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