Bridges Collection now available on Sketchfab

The Bridges Collection was donated to the University of St Andrews by Mrs Bridges of St Andrews.  Several cultural periods of Cyprus are represented by the artifacts in the collection.  The Bronze and Iron Ages (particularly the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age) are very well represented with a variety of terracotta polished ware bowls, jugs and a sizable collection… Read more →


New virtual tour of Timespan Museum & Art Centre added to our Roundme site! find us on Roundme Read more →

STANZA Poetry Festival 2016

This week – 2-6 March, in St Andrews, Scotland, the STANZA Poetry Festival 2016 will take place. Featuring a Poetry responds to our virtual reconstruction of St Andrews Cathedral. Thu 3 March – Sun 6 March | 10:00 – 22:00 | FREE | The Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, Level 1 & 2 Foyers.   A Frothed Promise By Rúni Weihe    … Read more →

Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards 2016

This year Interface launched Scotland’s first awards to celebrate innovation from business and academic partnerships. We attend along with Timespan Museum for a workshop to demonstrate our successful partnership. You can read more about our collaborative work on Interface Case Studies Timespan – Virtual Museum Tweet Read more →

58° North Photosphere Challenge

With Timespan Museum & Archive we are running the 58° North Photosphere Challenge! Get involved at making 360° photospheres and you could win some great prizes! More about the project and upload your Photospheres here Tweet Read more →

Scottish Gaelic Awards 2015

We won! Scottish Gaelic Awards, Gaelic as an Economic Asset  – 18th November 2015 at the Daily Record & Bòrd na Gàidhlig Scottish Gaelic Awards for the Virtual St Kilda project with Taigh Chearsabhagh (left) Dr Iain Oliver, Open Virtual Worlds,(middle) Norman MacLeod, Manager of Taigh Chearsabhagh is a Museum & Arts Centre in North Uist and Donald MacDonald (presenter).  St… Read more →

58° North

The 58° North Project is well underway. We are working with Timespan, setting out on a journey of discovery.   At its heart is our own Northern identity and the ambition to learn from others who share the same latitude. We would like to invite you to join us on our Modern Pilgrimage. Drawing a circle around the globe on… Read more →