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Sgeulachdan Gàidhlig aig Leabharlann nam Ban còmhla ri Marion F. NicIlleMhoire agus Mòrag Law! Come and hear readings by Marion F. Morrison and Morag Law in Gaelic and English this Story Café Special!
RESCHEDULED: The Reading group for Muslim Women brings together women interested in books written by Muslim women or with a focus on women’s issues.
These two days form the Women & War Festival which will reflect on history and heritage with a focus on the experiences of women in World War One. Share in some of the exciting projects that have taken place since 2014 and consider how community organisations and academics can continue working together to explore aspects of the past and increase women’s visibility.
Glasgow Women’s Library will be closed for staff development from Monday 2nd September to Friday 6th September. We will reopen as normal on Saturday 7th September at 12.00pm.
Join us for a range of GWL’s bitesize learning including scrapbooking, badge making, film screenings and much more. Friendly and relaxed drop-in sessions, perfect if you're new to the Library!
See selected works and new works by artist Rose Frain in this exhibition which is installed throughout the library.
GWL Warm Welcome drop-in days take place on the first Saturday of every month. If you are new to GWL this is a friendly relaxed way to find out about borrowing, volunteering, our programme and collections. We’d love to welcome you here!
Join us at the Book Launch of Rose Frain: Survey Works this Saturday, and see an exhibition showing selected works and new works from the artist’s extensive practice.
Reinvent your lunchtime at Story Café! Stories and poems from around the world, all washed down with tea and friendly chat. Pull up a chair and become part of the story!
Inspired by the legacies of women artists’ collectives from the 1970s and 80s Of Other Spaces: Where Does Gesture Become Event offers urgent alternatives in the face of cultural and political turmoil. Alongside discussion, the event will feature performances from Laura Edbrook & Sarah Forrest and 12: Women Poets’ Collective.