From residents of nineteenth century poorhouses to women who were writers and artists, this vibrant interactive exhibition reveals some of the stories uncovered by RAMH and Kairos Women+ who participated in the Renfrewshire based Making Her Mark project.
Museum of Homelessness, Ubuntu Women’s Shelter and Glasgow Women’s Library are teaming up to host a day of creative activities, good food and togetherness. This event is for anyone who could do with some breathing space from the fight against the hostile environment, austerity, housing injustice or other things! Join us for a space of solidarity and a chance to breathe out.
IN PERSON: Dungeons and Dragons is a fantasy roleplaying game which combines collaborative storytelling and improvisation with the randomness of dice rolls. Dungeon Matron Becky has written this adventure with beginners in mind but more experienced players are also welcome.
Our sell out women’s heritage walks, led by our volunteer tour guides, show Glasgow’s neighbourhoods in a new light, making visible the often hidden and overlooked contributions women have made to the city.
For Glasgow Women’s Library, Bob Kil will showcase their ongoing series, Chameleon creating a meeting point between the suggestive movements and the oscillating soundscape.
In Person and Online: To celebrate South Asian heritage month and 75 years of India's independence (Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’) we have teamed up with the UK India Dosti Folk Art Festival to offer a host of incredible women artists from rural India a platform to share their talents and pass on practical knowledge of different art forms.