A series of videos documenting the Kelvin Hall re-development and the thoughts and aspirations of the project team, contractors and past users.
Welcome to Kelvin Hall - British Sign Language and subtitled version.
The Rt. Hon. Nicola Sturgeon MSP, First Minister of Scotland officially re-opened Kelvin Hall Phase 1 on Friday 11 November 2016.
The Hunterian staff are the first partners to move into the new Kelvin Hall. But as the build nears completion it marks just the beginning for world class research facilities at the University of Glasgow.
In autumn 2016 the National Library of Scotland will open its doors for the first time in Glasgow within a transformed Kelvin Hall. This video shows the building progress up to Easter 2016.
Glasgow Club Kelvin Hall opens on Monday 22 August 2016 - find out more about the amazing state-of-the-art gym facilities and wider sports and gymnastics programmes.
Post graduate Brittany Scarf talks about what the new shared academic facilities; while Professor Nick Pearce, History of Art, University of Glasgow, talks about the collaboration between Glasgow Museums and the National Library of Scotland.
This film looks at some of the physical changes that have taken place within the building. Staff working on the project share their memories of the old Kelvin Hall and we hear more about the ambitious plans.
Dr Bridget McConnell, Chief Executive of Glasgow Life; Professor Anton Muscatelli, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Glasgow and Dr John Scally, Chief Executive of the National Library of Scotland introduce the plans and aspirations for the redevelopment.
The University of Glasgow’s world famous Hunterian collection is often associated with the arts. But much of the collection is deeply rooted in science. So how will the new Kelvin Hall facilities benefit academics and students?
As the redevelopment of Kelvin Hall nears completion, we give you a sneaky peak behind how the building is taking shape and a taster of what’s to come for the staff and postgraduate students studying at the University of Glasgow.
The Hunterian story. Professor David Gaimster, Director of The Hunterian, explains what Phase 1 Kelvin Hall will mean for the museum, the staff, students and the wider public.
Half way there. A behind-the-scenes look at the construction work mid-way through the development of the new University and Hunterian teaching and storage facilities at Kelvin Hall.
The dream takes shape. Professor Murray Pittock, Pro-Vice Principal, University of Glasgow, gives a site development update on the new University and Hunterian facilities, taking shape at Kelvin Hall.
The start of the journey. The dream and ambition of Kelvin Hall and what it will specifically mean for the University of Glasgow and the Hunterian.