Celebrated photographer to give a talk
The World's Edge is billed as "a visual exploration and interpretation" of the five continental land masses around the ocean.
Born in San Francisco, the celebrated landscape photographer has lived in Scotland for 20 years and is professor of fine art at Glasgow School of Art.
Royal Scottish Geographical Society chief executive Mike Robinson said: "TJ Cooper is a leading artist and photographer who draws his inspiration from themes that are wholly geographical. His enthusiasm and fascinating storytelling show he is as much a geographer as an artist."
Tickets for the talk, which is part of the RSGS winter series, will cost 6 on the door, with admission free for under-18s and students.
For more information visit www.rsgs.org