WATERCOLOURS

WATERCOLOURSFamily Create Space, Gallery 221st February – 27th May 2013 WATERCOLOURS opened alongside Rachel Mimiec’s exhibition – PLOUGH. It was curated by the artist as part of her Associate Artist work with Red Road Family Centre Nursery. There were two works in the exhibition. The main work was the film ‘WATERCOLOURS’ which showed the watercolour … More WATERCOLOURS

GROWTH

GROWTHDisruption, Resilience, ResistanceGallery 115–23 February 2020 This show was 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 work with GoMA to deliver a youth-centred programme of activities and events. In collaboration with Glasgow Museums’ staff, … More GROWTH

Creating wellbeing. Exploring creativity as a tool for improving mental health

This exhibition was the result of a year-long collaboration between GoMA and the Glasgow Association for Mental Health (GAMH), aimed to explore the connection between creativity and wellbeing. GAMH is a charity supporting the mental health of people in Glasgow. By using our exhibitions, the learning staff at GoMA has worked with GAMH to facilitate … More Creating wellbeing. Exploring creativity as a tool for improving mental health

Everyday Racism

Everyday Racism was a series of ten environmental portraits exploring instances of micro-acts of racism. The exhibition was a collaboration between people from minority ethnic backgrounds in Glasgow with experience of racism and photographer Karen Gordon. While the photographs are staged, with permission and support from all the collaborators, the stories that accompany them are … More Everyday Racism

Sawti: my voice

Dates: 19 June – 1 December 2019 Space: COMMONSpace Sawti: my voice was a project which aimed to raise awareness of mental health issues among women going through the asylum process in the UK and was the result of a collaboration between Mental Health Foundation Scotland with groups of refugee and asylum seeking women. The women … More Sawti: my voice

SPECIAL (RE)COLLECTIONS

SPECIAL (RE)COLLECTIONS Dates: 19 June – 2 July 2019 Space: Balcony 2 As part of Creative Communities – Artists in Residence A series of songs & conversations with women across the city: From tiny knitted bonnets, the birth of Ultrasound via a Clydeside shipyard, to earth-moving machinery, and a ‘monster’ Kingston Bridge – artist Donna Rutherford explores changes across … More SPECIAL (RE)COLLECTIONS

Fiona Tan: Disorient

Fiona Tan: Disorient Dates: 14 June 2019 – 26 January 2020 Space: Gallery 1 It is 10 years since The Mondriaan Fund commissioned Disorient from the artist Fiona Tan for  the Dutch pavilion at the 53rd Venice Biennale and was conceived with one of Venice’s most famous merchants, Marco Polo (lived 1254 – 1324) and … More Fiona Tan: Disorient

Mark-marking: Perspectives on Drawing

Mark-marking: Perspectives on Drawing Dates: 19 April–20 October 2019 Space: Gallery 3 Drawing is often considered as simply putting pencil to paper, and recording from observation. Mark-marking: Perspectives on Drawing presents work by 6 contemporary artists who place drawing as central to their practice and challenge this assumption. Although Erica Eyres, France-Lise McGurn, Gregor Wright, Jonathan … More Mark-marking: Perspectives on Drawing

DOMESTIC BLISS

DOMESTIC BLISSDates: From 8 March 2019Venue: Gallery 4 Domestic Bliss presents works from Glasgow Museums’ collection reflecting on this building’s history as a former house, Royal Exchange and civic space. Observing how artists work with fine art, design and craft practices alongside social and political changes, this show explores domestic labour and feminism, public and … More DOMESTIC BLISS