A north-east street art scheme will form the backbone of an academic conference on the use of public spaces for creative works.
Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Gray’s School of Art hosts its first research conference in a decade this week.
Sessions will address the idea of public and private spaces being used to showcase culture, and organisers say the theme is a “timely” one given the success of the Nuart initiative in Aberdeen.
The conference, Space and Spatiality in Creative Practice, takes place on Friday in the business school at RGU.
There will also be presentations by RGU lecturers and guest speakers.