Pictish Arts Society Annual Conference: Moray and Beyond

October 6, 2018 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Elgin Museum Side Hall
1 High St
Elgin IV30 1EQ
Full day £25.00 // Half day: £15.00
Pictish Arts Society

Elgin Museum are delighted to host

The Pictish Arts Society Annual Conference 2018: Moray and Beyond

Saturday 6 October 2018 9.00 am – 6.00 pm

Elgin Pillar (c) PAS

Full day ticket £25.00 // Half day ticket £15.00 – advance booking required via the PAS website

This year’s Pictish Arts Society (PAS) conference will be held at Elgin Museum, focussing on the Picts in Moray and Beyond. Speakers include Dr Jane Geddes, Dr Gordon Noble and Steven Birch. Topics range from updates on the recent excavations at Burghead Pictish Fort, the search for the monastery of Deer in Aberdeenshire, and the latest interpretation of Pictish stones from Historic Environment Scotland.

The conference is open to PAS members and non-members. For more information on the conference and to book your ticket please visit the PAS website.


Also available:

Friday 5 October 2018: Private view of Elgin Museum 19.00-21.00 (£5.00) Advance booking required via the PAS website.
An opportunity for conference delegates to mingle and enjoy exclusive access to Elgin Museum’s collections, including a splendid array of Pictish sculpture from Moray. Refreshments included.

Sunday 7 October 2018: PAS Conference Field Trip to Moray and Beyond (£20.00) Advance booking required via the PAS website.
Coach departs from Elgin Cathedral at 09.00 sharp and aims to return there by 17.30. Stones included on the itinerary include Sueno’s Stone, Rodney’s Stone (Brodie Castle), and symbol stones at Ballintomb, Inverallan, Advie, Inveraven, Mortlach and Arndilly. A number of these stones are in private ownership and are therefore not readily accessible to the public. Participation in the field trip is by coach only and spaces are limited so advance booking is required. Spaces are limited so early booking is advised. Delegates are advised to bring appropriate footwear, waterproofs and a packed lunch although there will be an opportunity to get something to eat in Grantown-on-Spey.



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