The final exhibition in GWL's 25th year is a photographic portrait of women who helped to create the Library, and is a powerful and fascinating record of the growth of a unique organisation through collaborative working.
We'd like to invite you to an upcoming Seeing Things trip; a tour of the Maryhill Burgh Halls and an opportunity to hear the hidden histories of some of Maryhill’s women.
To mark the halfway point of the Women Making an Exhibition of Themselves project, the Community Curators will share their ideas and vision for GWL’s new permanent exhibition and will curate a pop-up of their favourite objects from the collections stores.
There's tales and poems from women writers from around the world to inspire you at our lunchtime Story Cafés this Autumn, so warm up with a cup of tea and become part of the story.
Collect: if is a network run by and for creative women of colour (WoC). Join us at our welcoming, informal gatherings to connect, build the network, and learn more about opportunities to use Collect:if and GWL resources to put your practice into the spotlight.
Come along to our new and much-anticipated GWL singing group and celebrate the power of our collective voice!
Time to spread your wings and try something new? GWL has bitesize learning and fun on offer fortnightly including scrap booking, badge making, creative writing and film screenings.
Enjoy inspiring stories of the pioneers of women’s sport in the Arlington Baths Club, a beautiful Victorian swimming pool with a unique Turkish Bath, where women have been swimming since 1872.
To celebrate Book Week Scotland 2017, gather around the Story Cafe table for a sensory and culinary feast with storyteller and musician Lesley O’Brien.