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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.
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.
At the library for one day only before it’s showing at Tenement House, Shutter Hub brings together an exciting exhibition of women’s photography in response to the ‘Ways of Seeing’ symposium.
How have women photographers in Scotland taken control of their own image? This symposium will reveal neglected stories of Scottish women in photography, including feminist social documentary photographer Franki Raffles, folklorist Margaret Fay Shaw and more.
Put a spring in your step at Story Café and hear stories and poems by women writers from around the world! From edge-of-your-seat espionage to tales of heart-warming tenderness, Story Café will spark your curiosity and freshen your perspective.
We warmly invite you to an informal reception celebrating the 'Ways of Seeing' women's photography exhibition which is at the library for one day only before it’s showing at Tenement House.
An exclusive opportunity to see Linder's art film Bower of Bliss in full. The original film was revealed as part of Linder's Flag & Film commission at GWL for Glasgow International 2018 and in 2020 we see the second installment added to create this new film.
Be invigorated this Spring 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!
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!
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!