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Green Growth from Seeds of Change: GWL has a Green Thumb!

Amelia shares some final reflections… Over the past 30 years Glasgow Women’s Library (GWL) has encouraged gardening as a fun pass time for women and also used it as a […]

Please share your stories of Transformation

As we mark 30 years of GWL we’re inviting people who have come into contact with GWL at any point in the past three decades to share the impact the […]

Green Growth from Seeds of Change: Green Events at GWL

In her third blog student placement Amelia takes a look back at Green Events at GWL over the last decade… Whilst trying to map environmentalism at Glasgow Women’s Library (GWL) […]

Green Growth from Seeds of Change: In Conversation with the Green Cluster

Student Placement Amelia’s second blog on GWL’s work with the environment… The Green Cluster, at Glasgow Women’s Library (GWL), is a group of women at the library who aim to […]

Workshop Callout

GWL is exploring women’s health inequality with artist Olivia Plender and would love your input! Following on from her beautiful redesign of our community room, inspired by The Boston Women’s […]

Green Growth from Seeds of Change: Introduction

Amelia is studying a Masters in Applied Gender Studies at Strathclyde University and completed her placement with us in April. Read her first in a series of blogs focusing on […]

Artist Ritu Kumari Madhubani, painting an elaborate pattern onto fabric

Summer Programme: Events at a Glance

We’re delighted to be launching our new Summer programme. This season our 30th Anniversary project Three Decades of Changing Minds picks up momentum alongside lots of amazing events and exhibitions taking place in the library, online and outdoors!

Three Decades of Changing Minds: Project archivist Mae Moss blogs about her first month

Hello everyone!   I’ve been working on the 30th anniversary project for just over 8 weeks now and what a ride it’s been! Having volunteered and worked with Glasgow Women’s Library […]

A Striking Lens: Recent Additions Recognising Women’s Art

As the Glasgow Women’s Library continues to acquire more books, I will attempt to highlight some of the recent additions that I personally found very intriguing.

Open the Door: Laura and Leila

Five years of Opening the Door wide to the world of women’s reading and writing

GWL’s Dr Adele Patrick writes about five years of the groundbreaking Open the Door Festival