In an open, honest and often humorous way, contributors to this exhibition have shared memories and photographs of objects with special significance to them, telling diverse stories from Scotland’s Gypsy and Traveller population.
A writing and reading workshop with Christina Sharpe, the celebrated author of In the Wake: On Blackness and Being. The workshop will focus on a collective reading of The Hold, the third chapter of this important text, and will provide a close reading and discussion with reference to the poetry of Dionne Brand, other writers and artworks on 'being in the hold'
As requested by Creative Writing for Fearties participants, we have created space for writers to meet each other, share work in an encouraging atmosphere, support each other to hone writing skills, try out ideas and develop new projects.
Glasgow School of Art Illustration students have been mining the GWL collection to create new letterpress and collograph prints inspired by Muriel Spark's dark, humorous and lushly evocative works.
We launch our Summer Programme with tasters, tours and talks at GWL. We also host one of our legendary journal and book sales!
Collect: if is a network run by and for creative women of colour (WoC), join us for these informal gatherings to connect and learn more about how to use Collect:if and GWL resources to put your practice in the spotlight.
This singing group with a difference brings together women of all ages and abilities to celebrate womanhood through the power of our collective voice.
Celebrate the launch of Making Sparks, an exhibition of new works by GSA Illustration students made in response to Muriel Spark books from the GWL collection.
Join Seeing Things group on the 26th of May for a three-part trip to Trongate 103! We will be seeing Nnena Kalu's exhibition at Project Ability, Ciara Phillips's work displayed at Glasgow Print Studio and James Pfaff's exhibition at Street Level Photoworks.