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SAY Artists

7th February - 28th March
Glasgow Women’s Library, 23 Landressy Street
Glasgow, G40 1BP United Kingdom

SAY Artists: A powerful exhibition of artworks created by young women who are survivors of sexual violence.

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SAY Women Credit: © Julie Broadfoot // Juliebee - www.juliebee.co.uk

Toys for Survival

14th February - 28th March
Glasgow Women’s Library, 23 Landressy Street
Glasgow, G40 1BP United Kingdom

Mobilising playfulness and pleasure as a radical act within a history of women’s resistance, healing and growth, Toys for Survival started life as a series of workshops for survivors of gender-based violence and the exhibition explores sensuality and sensory pleasure through sculpture.

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Line drawing of hands playing with abstract pink string with words Toys for Survival to top right

Bower of Bliss: The Next Chapter

7th March - 9th April
Glasgow Women’s Library, 23 Landressy Street
Glasgow, G40 1BP United Kingdom

See the next chapter of Linder’s artist film ‘Bower of Bliss,’ first revealed as part of Linder’s Flag & Film commission at GWL for Glasgow International 2018.

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Film still from Bower of Bliss by Linder. Cinematographer Fatosh Olgacher

A Spoon is the Safest Vessel

28th March - 26th April
Look Again Project Space, 32 St Andrew Street
Aberdeen, AB25 1JA United Kingdom

Juliane Foronda, Kirsty Russell and Tako Taal take inspiration from the unique collection of archive materials at GWL to play host in this exhibition, presenting new works to both feed and challenge the senses.

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Slow pressure, wild survival, Juliane Foronda 2019. Credit Juliane Foronda

1:30 pm

Free

Writing for Performance: Muslim Women’s Stories

28th March at 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 1:30 pm on Saturday, repeating until 5th April, 2020

Glasgow Women’s Library, 23 Landressy Street
Glasgow, G40 1BP United Kingdom

These workshops place Muslim women at the heart of their own creative experience and provide the space, time and support needed to tell your stories in your own terms. These sessions are led by experienced playwright and producer, Sara Sharaawi, who will share skills to help you build tension and write dialogue as well as give you the unique chance to work with professional actors and artistic director Jemima Levick!

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Writing for Performance – Playwriting for Muslim Women. Credit: GWL
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