Tag: Kate Davis
To mark Glasgow Women’s Library’s 21st anniversary, the Library commissioned 21 women artists to create new work inspired by items and artefacts in our collections. These limited edition prints are being sold to raise money for the Library. This is your chance to buy an exclusive artwork and support the Library’s work at the same time!
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.
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.
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.
Artists Kate Davis and Faith Wilding developed Feminist Lines of Flight in 2010, inviting a diverse group of people to add their feminist ‘must reads’ and ‘must sees’ to an inspiring list now available on our website.
Artists Kate Davis and Faith Wilding developed a project, Feminist Lines of Flight in 2010 that involved a diverse group of people adding their feminist ‘must reads’ and ‘must sees’. The GWL Book Group is hosting a special session with one of the ‘Lines of Flight’ Marilyn French’s feminist classic The Women’s Room to launch this fantastic resource moving to the GWL website. All are welcome to come along and discuss this groundbreaking novel in a friendly and celebratory session.
A special Virginia Woolf reading group with visual artists Faith Wilding (USA) and Kate Davis (NZ/UK), June 2011 at Glasgow Women’s Library new space and a pass for the annual Woolf symposium taking place at the University of Glasgow.
To be enjoyed with “an excellent prosecco, lots of sparkling water and home made gluten-free polenta cake.” Janet Frame To The Is-Land Volume 1 of autobiography (1982). London: Women’s Press, 1984./NY: George Braziller, 1991 (3 vol. edition). Find more information on Janet Frame’s website. Teresa Margolles et. al. ¿De qué otra cosa podríamos hablar? (What [...]
The launch of an exciting new CCA project takes place at Glasgow Women’s Library in the form of a reading group led by Dr Jane Goldman focusing on her selection of starting points for Read Out! Read In! Feminist Lines of Flight in Art and Politics
GWL staff Hannah Little and Adele Patrick have been meeting with the artist Kate Davis who is working on a collaborative exhibition ‘The Long Loch: How do we go on from here?’ and a related programme of activities with the celebrated American artist Faith Wilding.