To complement our exhibition at Wigtown Library, Glasgow based illustrator and zine-maker Heather Middleton will give an illustrated talk on the history of graphic novels and zines by women authors.
This fantastic guided walk, created by local women, charts the history and achievements of Wigtown women.
The Wigtown Women’s History Walk was launched in March 2010 and has been in great demand for 18 months. The group of volunteers who created the walk have now created a downloadable podcast of the walk and this event will celebrate its launch.
As an end of term farewell to our Researching Women’s History group in Clydebank, we are hosting a film screening and discussion at the Hub Community Centre. You Play Your Part was produced by film-maker Kirsten MacLeod, who worked in collaboration with women from Govan as they reflected on their lives by the river Clyde. This film was made in association with Plantation Productions and the University of the West of Scotland.
The Skinny posted Jac’s article about Making Space as well!
Jac Mantle, one of the wonderful members of GWL’s volunteer team, and prolific arts critic, has written an short article about Making Space and the Discussion Event (which she attended).
We are very pleased to announce that the Making Space film is now available to watch or download online!
Glasgow Women’s Library is going to be celebrating 100 years of International Women’s Day events at Dundee Women’s Festival. We will be running two different workshops: Women’s History Bring and Tell and The F-Word DVD screening…
The Making Space Documentary: Available Online Soon…
The National Lifelong Learning team are heading to Dumbarton for International Women’s Day 2011. We are going to be holding a stall at an event organised by West Dunbartonshire Women Against Violence Partnership.