The final exhibition in GWL's 25th year is a photographic portrait of women who helped to create the Library, and is a powerful and fascinating record of the growth of a unique organisation through collaborative working.
GLASGOW WOMEN'S LIBRARY - To celebrate and mark the 40th anniversary of Scottish Women’s Aid, Speaking Out is gathering the unique stories of people involved with Women’s Aid throughout the years. This collaboratively curated exhibition features oral history recordings alongside material from the Scottish Women’s Aid archive.
Mon-Weds & Fri 9:30am-5pm, Thurs 9:30am-7:30pm, Sat 12-4pm, CLOSED Sun
There are ordinary heroines and extraordinary women in every community’s history, but where can you find them and how are they recognised?
Join Engender, NUS Scotland and the Glasgow Women’s Library for an evening of short film, spoken work and discussion exploring issues of history, identity, and feminism for black and minority ethnic women.
GWL have teamed up with Document Human Rights Film Festival to present Grab and Run by Roser Corella, a film that provides a close-up look at a tradition where women are married after being kidnapped by the men who become their husbands.
Creating positive, collective responses to violence through the power of art is part of feminist history. Join us for a zine workshop that will do just that!
There's tales and poems from women writers from around the world to inspire you at our lunchtime Story Cafés this Autumn, so warm up with a cup of tea and become part of the story.
Come along to our new and much-anticipated GWL singing group and celebrate the power of our collective voice!
Time to spread your wings and try something new? GWL has bitesize learning and fun on offer fortnightly including scrap booking, badge making, creative writing and film screenings.