One of the most significant feminist artists of her generation, Linder has created interventions of uncanny glamour and enchantment in Glasgow’s East End with GWL for Glasgow International 2018.
One hundred years ago, women didn’t just tell the world they were equal: they showed it. Hosted by visual artist Helen de Main, these sessions are a chance to come together to create a banner reflecting what political participation means to us today.
In discussion, Linder will speak about the germination of the new works created for Glasgow Women’s Library and the serendipitous, fascinating synergy between two sites and collections, GWL and Chatsworth.
Come with the Seeing Things group to hear artist Linder's talk about new work she has made for GWL as part of Glasgow International art festival!
As requested by Creative Writing for Fearties participants, 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.
Meet artist Scarlett Crawford to share memories and come together to plan a series of workshops that champion the communities who fought for change as part of a Parliamentary art project responding to The Race Relations Act 1965 and reflecting on the growth towards an inclusive democracy.
Rediscover the joy of being read to at our legendary lunchtime Story Café, as we immerse ourselves in tales of life, love and longing by the best women writers from across the globe.
This singing group with a difference brings together women of all ages and abilities to celebrate womanhood through the power of our collective voice.