Join Alison Miller, author of Demo, and Magi Gibson, Reader in Residence with the Library, at GWL in Landressy Street as they discuss the books that shaped them as women and as writers.
Next year GWL will finally relocate into permanent premises when we will move to the beautiful Bridgeton Library building. We urgently need your support to help us raise the money needed for the internal refurbishment and to help us to sustain our work in the longer term.
In celebration of its 21st anniversary Glasgow Women’s Library will launch an exhibition entitled ‘21 Revolutions: Two Decades of Changing Minds at Glasgow Women’s Library’ at the CCA’s Intermedia Gallery on 21st September 2012.
The performer Terry Neason, a Library supporter who blew the audience at our memorable Auction of Pleasures away, is running her ‘My Body and Me’ workshop in Glasgow on 25th August.
Not Just The Perfect Moments, a new digital fine art print by Kate Davis, is now available in an exclusive limited edition from GWL for just £300.
On a sunny Sunday afternoon, the 20th May, members and friends of GWL’s East End Detective group gathered at the Mercat Cross to try out a mini taster of the walk that will eventually become the Women’s Heritage walk around the East End of Glasgow.
Looking for a unique gift for the feminist reader in your life? We have a limited number of hand painted and screenprinted canvas bags and limited edition risographs available in our shop, created by curator Kitty Anderson and artists Anne-Marie Copestake, Kate Davis, Rachel Lowther and Lorna Macintyre.
Bring a book. Bring yourself. Grab a cuppa. Grab a seat. Have a listen. Have a chat at GWL’s first Book4Book event!
She Settles in the Shields provides a unique opportunity to meet the women who travelled to Scotland from all over the world, in search of family, love and security.
Glasgow Women’s Library is recruiting to its team of Non-Executive Directors. If you are innovative, energetic, enterprising and courageous, we would love to hear from you.