There are several books in GLW, new Editing , different culture, real feats of adventures, biography books and emotional words as poetry. All these types are available now on our shelves. It is a new reading and borrowing opportunity in the Glasgow Women’s Library.
One of our volunteers, Milly, has written a really personal response to our current exhibition, Home Where Home is Not. Milly also invites you to come and see the works of the artists Sogol Mabadi and Birthe Jorgensen, and consider what home means to you.
In this blog our volunteer Mary Alice tells us about the speedway collection held at GWL and how she helped to archive it with another volunteer, Arran.
This blog is about our volunteer Saadia’s experience of being involved in the Textiles and Activism Project practically and her reflections on the project.
This blog post is about my experience of joining and experiencing GWL for the previous seven months. I came to Scotland from Pakistan around three years ago, but I spent most of that time at my home in Glasgow. I discovered the GWL on the internet. I learned to read and write in English from school and University, but I have learned to speak and listen in English here at GWL. People in Glasgow speak very fast!
Hi everyone, In the month of October, we from the Seeing Things group at Glasgow Women’s Library are really excited to be celebrating Black History Month. In it’s 30th anniversary this year, Black History Month was introduced to recognise, appreciate and celebrate the diverse communities in Britain. It is a month dedicated to educating others […]
Read about Seeing Things trip to Kirkintilloch Town Hall to see Re-imagining Rita and Masataka Taketsuru
Hear how the Seeing Things group got on attending Linder’s talk about her exhibition Bower of Bliss!
Our most recent Book Picnic took place on Friday 20th and as usual was filled with exciting new recommendations.