Shop

Showing 37–48 of 64 results

Sharon Thomas, Mary Barbour Monument, 2012

Mary Barbour Monument: Exclusive ltd edition collage by Sharon Thomas

To mark Glasgow Women’s Library’s 21st anniversary, the Library commissioned 21 women artists to create new work inspired by items and artefacts in our collections.

Sharon Thomas's Mary Barbour Monument proposes a city marker to celebrate one of the most influential and powerful women in Glasgow’s history.

£500.00£620.00 Select options
NMRD sticker

National Museum of Roller Derby stickers

Your chance to get hold of some of the official merchandise for the new National Museum of Roller Derby collection at Glasgow Women's Library, which was founded by artist Ellie Harrison in 2012 as her contribution to the library's 20th anniversary project.

These black vinyl stickers feature the National Museum of Roller Derby's beautiful logo.

£1.00

SOLD OUT

Read more
Karla Black, Necessity, 2012 (examples)

Necessity: Exclusive ltd edition artwork by Karla Black

To mark Glasgow Women’s Library’s 21st anniversary, the Library commissioned 21 women artists to create new work inspired by items and artefacts in our collections.

For 21 Revolutions, Karla Black has created a series of 50 unique sculptures that sit like greetings cards

£250.00£270.00 Select options
Kate Davis, 'Not just the perfect moments', digital print, 2012

Not Just The Perfect Moments: Exclusive ltd edition digital fine art print by Kate Davis

To mark Glasgow Women’s Library’s 21st anniversary, the Library commissioned 21 women artists to create new work inspired by items and artefacts in our collections.

In this work, as is the case with much of Kate Davis’ practice, photography and drawing are brought into close relation, and both are questioned as techniques for representing, and caring for, the past.

£300.00£365.00 Select options
Nicky Bird with Alice Andrews, Raging Dyke Network, 2012

Raging Dyke Network: Exclusive ltd edition colour postcards by Nicky Bird with Alice Andrews

To mark Glasgow Women’s Library’s 21st anniversary, the Library commissioned 21 women artists to create new work inspired by items and artefacts in our collections.

Raging Dyke Network (RDN) was a group of radical separatist lesbians active in the late 1990s. It spanned across 52 locations from the UK, Europe, Canada and USA. This edition of 20 postcards by Nicky Bird aims to represent the network’s scale and make visible a history often overlooked, without revealing the personal and political content that belonged to a group who identified themselves in terms of their separatist gender politics.

£40.00£60.00 Select options
Grey t-shirt with 'A Room of One's Own' emblazoned on the front

Reading List T-Shirt: A Room of One’s Own

READING LIST designed by KAISA LASSINARO & MAEVE REDMOND

Made by BAR ONE CLOTHING

Fairtrade, organic cotton t-shirt

S/M/L/XL/XXL

£25.00
Select options
Grey t-shirt with the title 'How to be Both' emblazoned on the front

Reading List T-Shirt: How to be Both

READING LIST designed by KAISA LASSINARO & MAEVE REDMOND

Made by BAR ONE CLOTHING

Fairtrade, organic cotton t-shirt

S/M/L/XL

£25.00
Select options
Grey t-shirt emblazoned with 'The Color Purple'

Reading List T-Shirt: The Color Purple

READING LIST designed by KAISA LASSINARO & MAEVE REDMOND

Made by BAR ONE CLOTHING

Fairtrade, organic cotton t-shirt

S/M/L/XL

£25.00
Select options

Reading List T-Shirt: The Driver’s Seat

READING LIST designed by KAISA LASSINARO & MAEVE REDMOND

Made by BAR ONE CLOTHING

Fairtrade, organic cotton t-shirt

S/M/L/XL

£25.00
Select options
Sex in the Women's Library postcards

Sex in the Women’s Library postcards

Explore our Sex in the Women's Library season resources, read the Sex Between the Covers publication, and share your thoughts with these bold and bright postcards.

£1.00£2.00 Select options
She Settles in the Shields

She Settles in the Shields

She Settles in the Shields provides a unique opportunity to meet the women who travelled to Scotland from all over the world, in search of family, love and security.

Told in their own words, the women reveal a fascinating story of hope, isolation, warm welcomes, cold weather, racism and the quest for acceptance and integration. Many of these women have made significant contributions to the Pollokshields community, witnessing major changes along the way.

£9.95
Add to cart
Slogan Mugs all displayed on a table

Slogan Mugs

Slogan Mugs designed by SALLY HACKETT made by ANNA LEWANDOWSKA-MIRSKA, hand-finished by SALLY HACKETT

SOLD OUT

£20.00

SOLD OUT

Select options