The Pictish Arts Society was founded in 1988.
It is the purpose of the PAS to raise public awareness of the Pictish stones, history and culture and to encourage various arts inspired by Pictish design.
Membership is open to one and all from across the globe for anyone who has an interest in the Pictish stones and arts.
All photos by Bob Henery, Strathclyde University or David McGovern
Our Winter/Spring series of lectures is held in the upstairs gallery, Brechin
Museum, High Street, Brechin, in association with Angus Council.
Doors open 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Everybody is welcome!
Members free. Guests and visitors £3.00 including tea, coffee and biscuits.
If you require disabled access, please contact Stewart Mowatt on 01356 623981.
Forthcoming lectures at
Brechin Town House Museum
Friday 15 September
Excavations at the vitrified hillfort of Dun Deardail, Glen Nevis
(postponed from April 2017)
Friday 20 October
Carving King Kenneth: Adventures of a Pictish Stonecarver
Friday 17 November
Dr James Bruhn
Negotiating Frontiers: The role of glass bangles in Late Iron Age and Roman period society in Britain
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