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21 Revolutions Gallery Tour
29th September, 2012 at 2:00 pm - 3:30 pmFree
Glasgow Women’s Library was launched in September 1991 and, with the support of thousands of donors, volunteers and dedicated workers has grown into a remarkable library, museum and archive collection with a notable history over two decades of delivering mind changing learning and events.
September marks our 21st birthday and we’ll be celebrating with a range of exhibitions, readings, walks and talks.
Saturday 29th September, 2pm and
Saturday 6th October, 2pm
Intermedia Gallery, CCA Glasgow
Glasgow Women’s Library is a phenomenon: the sole resource of its kind in Scotland. We are celebrating our 21st birthday by commissioning 21 women artists to make new work inspired by GWL’s library, archive and museum artefacts. Artists including Claire Barclay, Kate Davis, Lucy Skaer and Karla Black have created work that draws on sources including campaign badges, knitting patterns, suffragette ephemera, album covers, feminist newsletters and lesbian dime novels. Come to these special gallery tours with some of the artists involved to hear about the methods, inspiration and their links to the Library.
These event are free of charge but booking is essential. Please click here to book your free place(s) and please ensure you provide details of which of the 21 Revolutions events you would like to attend.
The 21 Revolutions exhibition will be on display in the Intermedia Gallery at the CCA on Sauchiehall Street, Tuesday to Saturday: 11am to 6pm. Please note CCA is closed to the public on Sundays and Mondays.
There will be limited editions of the works available to purchase from Glasgow Women’s Library. Visit our online shop or speak to someone at the exhibition for a price list or more information.
Two Decades of Changing Minds is supported by Museums Galleries Scotland and Creative Scotland