Summer is almost here, although you wouldn’t believe it looking outside at the moment. We have some great activities for you to take part in, no matter where you are in the world!
Join one of our unique and inspiring Women’s Heritage Walks this summer and learn while taking in some sunshine (we hope).
Watch oot, there’s Hens aboot! Excitement was afoot in the Library last Saturday. The latest issue of our zine, Hens Tae Watch Oot Fur, had arrived fresh from the printers in time for our launch. Sales of issue one had gone extremely well and the Hens have been pleased by people’s response to the zine. Calls [...]
Ever been stumped as to how to freshen up your fiction reading? Or wanted to explore classic feminist texts, but don’t have a clue where to start? Then Glasgow Women’s Library Browsing Hour could be just the thing for you…
The Suffragettes sometimes used coded messages on their postcards, so why shouldn’t GWL have its own secret code? In fact, at the moment this one’s so secret – LOL – that only I know it. But keep following this blog. The secret will be revealed on… drumroll please… Wednesday 6th February.
Glasgow Women’s Library is delighted to announce that Bar Gandolfi, in the heart of the Merchant City, will be showing a selection of our fabulous 21 Revolutions prints from 4th February to 4th March.
On Monday 29th October, the eagerly anticipated Music and Liberation exhibition opened at the Library. The exhibition has been curated by Debi Withers, one of the women behind the Women’s Liberation Music Archive. Here she gives an account of the exhibitions journey so far.
A day in celebration of Margaret Tait at the CCA Glasgow.
For 16 Days of Action to Eliminate Violence Against Women we are holding a couple of events in December 2011.
A conversation between acclaimed Scottish writer, Zoe Strachan and drag king pioneer, Diane Torr on the creation of male characters by women.