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The First Waves exhibition speaks of women's experiences of Race Relations across Glasgow through photographic portraits and digital audio works crafted by Scarlett Crawford, UK Parliament Artist in Residence.
“Recy Taylor, a name I know and I think you should know too” - Oprah Winfrey, Golden Globes 2018. Join us for the screening of this documentary about Recy Taylor and her fight for justice.
At this special and celebratory event dedicated to women who pave the way and inspire others, we’ll welcome ten new inductees into the Outstanding Women of Scotland community.
Join the Seeing Things trip to Tramway where we will see work taking place as part of Unlimited Festival, a festival platforming exciting new art work by disabled artists. As well as Tramway's current exhibitions by Samara Scott and Jamie Crewe.
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.
What does the menopause mean to you? A new beginning? A taboo subject? A future mystery? Listen to readings from other women writers, share your thoughts and experiences about this time of life, and learn how to turn them into poems, stories and more. These workshops are open to all women whether you are new to writing or not.
We’re taking on the supernatural, the scary and the spine-tingling in our Hallowe’en Harpies Story Café Special, featuring women’s writing in sci-fi, horror and the gothic.
Submitting your poem or story to our Bold Types competition? Give yourself the boost to be a Bold Type with our Editing Mistress-class.
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 Autumn, be invigorated by our drop-in Women Making It sessions where we have bitesize learning and fun on offer including scrapbooking, badge making, creative writing, film screenings and much more.