At GWL, we have a group called Seeing Things. The Seeing Things group get together to explore cultural events across Glasgow, such as (but not limited to!) art, music, theatre or comedy. Since the start of 2014, the group has visited exhibitions, art and performance events in Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Due to ongoing concerns around Coronavirus, today we announced that we will be closed until further notice. This means all of our events and the groups that regularly meet in our spaces – and outside of our building – will no longer have those opportunities and that sense of community.

Over the next few weeks, we want to do as much as we can to create this sense of community online. That’s why we want to take our Seeing Things group online with #StillSeeingThings. We’ll be showcasing the work and exhibitions of women creatives from organisations from around the world, as well as things from our own building.

We’ll be turning our attention to an organisation’s social media account and then we’ll be discussing what we’ve seen on our Twitter channel.

We’ll be updating this blog post as we confirm which organisations are taking part and when you can expect these tours.

#StillSeeingThings Schedule

Wednesday 1st April, 12.30pm: Join GWL on Facebook and Instagram for a screening of Linder’s Bower of Bliss.

Wednesday 8th April, 12.30pm: Join GWL on Twitter for a visit to LUX’s Online Exhibition, Tanoa Sasraku: O’ Pierrot.

Wednesday 15th April, 12.30pm: Join GWL on Twitter and Instagram for a virtual visit to Judy Chicago at Baltic Gateshead.

Wednesday 22nd April, 12.30pm: Join GWL on Twitter for a virtual visit to Norfolk Museum.

Wednesday 29th April, 12.30pm: Join GWL on Twitter to see the Dorothea Lange online exhibition at MOMA.

Wednesday 6th May, 12.30pm: Join GWL on Twitter for a tweet tour of Frida Kahlo’s work.

One Comment

  • Posted 11th October, 2020 at 11:21 am | Permalink

    Please can you make some online pages more accessible for women who only look online as they do not live near Glasgow.i.e.the history of women in Scottish agriculture,industry,domestic service,education,art,culture generally,religion and so on.Photos and sketches are great.Many thanks,Anne.

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