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Find out more about the incredible women gardeners, poets, painters and campaigners associated with Edinburgh’s historic Riddle’s Court merchant's house.
The Reading group focuses on books written by Muslim women or with topics of particular relevance to Muslim women today, and we also watch films together. If you are passionate about books and love to share them with others, or you simply want to get into the habit of reading, this group is for you!
Come along to our Edinburgh reading group to discover and chat about poetry, fiction, and narrative non-fiction by women writers of colour.
We've been planting a GWL garden around the Library - come and celebrate it with us and hear some of our favourite women and gardening stories, at this Story cafe. We'll be planting winter pansies after the event so feel free to join us in the garden!
Evodie Ngueyeli, a young curator based in Cameroon has brought together ‘A Woman’s Eye 180°’, a selection of short films showing society through the eyes of African women who live in Tunisia, Senegal, Burundi, Rwanda and Mali.
In this exhibition, a new collaboration between emerging artists Juliane Foronda, Kirsty Russell and Tako Taal explores the barely visible gestures and behind the scenes work that make up a hosting practice.
Keep cosy this Autumn with our bitesize learning sessions where we'll be scrapbooking, badge making, watching films together and much more. Warm and relaxed drop-in sessions, these are perfect if you enjoy craft activities or you're looking to make new friends!
Seeing Things is a group that meet up to see art, performances and cultural events put on by women across Glasgow and beyond.
What is feminist hospitality and how can we map its traces? Join us at the exhibition launch of a body of new work by artists Juliane Foronda, Kirsty Russell and Tako Taal.
GWL Warm Welcome drop-in days take place on the first Saturday of every month. If you are new to GWL this is a friendly relaxed way to find out about borrowing, volunteering, our programme and collections. We’d love to welcome you here!