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Text to the left reads “I look back at this essay and it reminds me of my fury”. To the right a narrow crop of a screenprint shows a black woman's head and ear, she has an earring of the woman symbol circle with a small cross underneath.

Ingrid Pollard

28th May - 23rd July

Following a residency in 2019, this solo exhibition will reveal Ingrid Pollard's responses to the fascinating materials held in the Lesbian archive at GWL.

Two figures are photographed standing against a wall which is daubed with colourful graffiti. The figures are dressed in dark clothing and each is wearing a fancy dress style gorilla mask

The Male Graze: Guerilla Girls

18th June - 18th July

This Summer, Art Night are curating a series of billboards by the Guerilla Girls to be situated across the country as part of their new commission. Glasgow Women’s Library is delighted to take part in this project and bring a billboard to the East End of Glasgow! 

Portrait of Paria Goodarzi

In Conversation with…

22nd June at 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

ONLINE: Join us for our series of online events ‘In Conversation with….’ Women of Colour creatives in Scotland. This time, we're delighted to be chatting to visual artist Paria Goodarzi.

Text to the left reads “I look back at this essay and it reminds me of my fury”. To the right a narrow crop of a screenprint shows a black woman's head and ear, she has an earring of the woman symbol circle with a small cross underneath.

In Conversation: Ingrid Pollard & Mason Leaver-Yap

24th June at 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

ONLINE: Join Ingrid Pollard and Mason Leaver-Yap in conversation as they discuss Ingrid's recent residency and commission with Glasgow Women's Library, and the process of working within a relatively young archive.

Life Support: Forms of Care in Art and Activism

14th August - 16th October

How have individuals and collectives imagined alternative ways of living and organising? Inspired by our communities and collections, Life Support considers how artists and activists have addressed and challenged experiences of care, health, education, housing and home life.

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