Glasgow School of Art Illustration students have been mining the GWL collection to create new letterpress and collograph prints inspired by Muriel Spark's dark, humorous and lushly evocative works.
Which women do 5 to 14 year old artists look up to? Find out at this moving exhibition. Whether family heroine, community champion or famous celebrity, the ZigZag Arts Club's imaginative creations of their female role models are both powerful and charming.
Join the Seeing Things group for a visit of another library - the Hillhead Library - to listen to an interesting talk as part of West End Festival!
Hear from the wonderful Shamshad Ghani at this Story Cafe Special who will read from her new collection of poems, Shad Shamshad ji ki parodiyaan (Parodies with Shamshad).
Experiment along with us as we adapt one of Muriel Spark’s short stories or novellas together for play writing fun.
GWL’s Drama Queens give you thrills from the comfort of your chair as we read from and listen to plays from our collection.
This singing group with a difference brings together women of all ages and abilities to celebrate womanhood through the power of our collective voice.
This reading group has as its focus books written by Muslim women or with topics of particular relevance to Muslim women today. Join us for lively conversations in a relaxed environment.
We have created space for writers to meet each other, share work in an encouraging atmosphere, support each other to hone writing skills, try out ideas and develop new projects.