Art for Baby – creativity and mental health for mothers and babies

“It is the strange lot of young mothers to be never alone, but often lonely. […] for many women, particularly those heroic superbeings we call single mothers, loneliness stalks the days like a tiger. […] You can smell a new mother’s hunger for company like the tang of vinegar, a little too strong, a little too sour.”  Nell Frizzell, The … More Art for Baby – creativity and mental health for mothers and babies

Beautiful new works for queer timɘs school prints

Last year saw the incredible 10 anniversary mini-season for the play The Gospel According to Jesus, Queen of Heaven by acclaimed playwright Jo Clifford. The season included performances of the work by Jo, the Brazilian translation with Renata Carvalho and the premier of Untitled (2009), a new commission from Nelly Kelly. GoMA was excited to … More Beautiful new works for queer timɘs school prints

Recent Acquisitions now on display in Taste / Gallery 2

Doors opened today again in Gallery 2 for the latest rotation of collection works in Taste which includes the fantastic new acquisition of May 1st and Fingernails on a blackboard, Bella by Sharon Hayes. Both these works were generously supported by a grant from Art Fund and is the first time they are on display … More Recent Acquisitions now on display in Taste / Gallery 2

Artist Talk: Daphne Wright @GSA Thursday 26 February 6.30pm

Artist Talk: Daphne Wright Thursday 27 February 2020 18:30 – 20:00 Location:  Reid Auditorium, Reid Building The Glasgow School of Art 164 Renfrew St, Glasgow, G3 6RF FREE but book through eventbrite To mark the inclusion of Glasgow Museums’ collection work Home Ornaments (2005) by Daphne Wright in the GOMA exhibition Domestic Bliss, The GSA School of … More Artist Talk: Daphne Wright @GSA Thursday 26 February 6.30pm

GROWTH: Disruption, Resilience, Resistance 15–23 February 2020

GROWTH Disruption, Resilience, Resistance Gallery 1 15–23 February 2020 This show is the final outcome of a year-long collaboration between GoMA and its newly established GoMA Youth Group (GYG). GYG is a creative initiative of young people aged 16–25, who are working with GoMA to deliver a youth-centred programme of activities and events. In collaboration … More GROWTH: Disruption, Resilience, Resistance 15–23 February 2020