Comfort the Breast Quilt, was made by 180 women and teenage girls from across the UK. The artwork explores the subject of breasts, from prepubescent hopes, aging, breastfeeding, sexualization, operations and hormones for health or cosmetic issues, to transgender women feminization. These are women’s stories of embarrassment, pleasure, pain and joy.
These vibrant and thoughtful monthly Open Book creative writing sessions are led by Kathrine Sowerby, a poet and writer based in Glasgow.
Each session focus on a different theme each month – such as Home, Grow and Transform, or Garden – and use poetry and short stories as prompts for your own creative writing.
Mexico City time: March 7th 11.30am to 1pm In a collaborative film screening and discussion event between disabled women from Scotland and Mexico, artists Emily Beaney and Ana García Jácome […]
Join us this International Women’s Day to celebrate the launch of our Teenage Kicks exhibition about eight girls growing up in the 1960s. Life in 1960s Britain was changing fast […]