These questions are linked to the intrinsic role of the arts as providers of visibility. Arts transform the meaning of objects and actions by contextualising elements within human problems, bringing to the surface what was previously invisible.
SORRY! Fully Booked. This 3-part workshop series will explore how to record and collect sounds of nature, as well as use different recording techniques to record sounds of the body.
Free to women from global majority backgrounds interested in learning new skills and develop their creativity through history and artefacts of the Govanhill area. Weekly on Wednesday, 10am to 12noon
18 January to 22 March 2023.
We want to collect images of the places, the people and the moments which speak to, and celebrate, what is special about Govanhill from the perspective of those who live here!
For the second year Govanhill Baths Community Trust is marking International’s Women’s Day. We will be running a week-long programme from the 6th to the 11th of March, including events such as workshops, talks, walks and exhibitions. For information on all individual events please click to learn more.
International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Historically it has been tightly linked with women’s activism and labour. The event was born from the belief in the revolutionary potential of working women, and the importance of improving their lives. International Women’s Day is the perfect occasion to reflect on women’s labour, activism and collective power.
Our celebration will culminate with a march so join us on the 11th March at Govanhill Park at 12pm. We’ll be taking to the streets with other activists who are challenging stigmas in their communities, their workplaces and in their everyday lives. We are marching for a more equal world; a world free of bias, stereotypes and discrimination. Together we can celebrate women’s achievements and take action for equality. Join us!
(Our use of the word ‘women’ is inclusive of Trans and Intersex women, as well as any non-binary people who are comfortable in a space that centres the experience of women.)
2-5 Mar 2023
An installation of collaborative ceramic works and a new, sensory sound piece made in Dreamlands community workshops.
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