We share a short list of some references important to Ingrid Pollard in relation to her solo exhibition No Cover Up at Glasgow Women’s Library this Summer.
Following their fascinating discussion at our first Open the Door event this year, we followed up with Amanda Thomson & Amy Gear to ask the last couple of audience questions we’d run out of time for.
Currently, like many other organisations, our learning and events programme is entirely online, for the first time in GWL’s history. How do we try to make this space welcoming and inspiring? And what can you expect when you join us?
GWL have had a wonderful time putting together an hour long special for Subcity Radio to mark Fresher’s Week 2020.
Writer Gillian Shirreffs uses writing as a way to help manage chronic pain, here she shares some taster writing exercises with us that we can try at home.
Following the exhibition Home Where Home Is Not in summer 2019, we have produced a digital exhibition catalogue which you can download for free from our website.
In Summer 2019 Laura and Katie, Production Coordinators, hosted a ‘This Is Who We Are’ event talking about some of the ways that events, exhibitions and projects proposed by partners can become part of the Glasgow Women’s Library programme. Below you’ll find information on GWL’s work, especially in relation to events and exhibitions, and how […]
Ahead of this years Take One Action film festival (and our partnership event Disruption is Fertile) we hear from Executive Director Tamara Van Strijthem who reflects on the importance of female voices being at the very heart of the festival, both behind and in front of the camera.
One of the very well-utilised reference books at GWL is the Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women. First published in 2006, the second edition published in 2018 features nearly 200 new entries and we are delighted that next week we host an event to mark The New Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women.
In this blog post we hear from Tobey who has been on a student placement at GWL since October 2018. In Tobey’s last week at the library she shares with us her experiences supporting the Hannah Leighton-Boyce and Ruth Barker exhibition.