To showcase material from the archive we launched a permanent display area designed by NORD Architecture, which will show newspaper clippings, photos, objects and documents. A temporary exhibition will complement this presenting press reports from the last 100 years running from the 20th March to the 24th April.
The exhibition also features Future Archive, new work by artist in residence, Ailie Rutherford. Ailie has been working with local groups and individuals on the creation of artworks; these include screen printed notes for the People’s Bank of Govanhill and Talking Soap.
The archive has been developed by Paula Larkin and a group of volunteers and houses a broad collection of materials related to the physical building, it’s users, the campaign to save it, and it’s current use as a community hub. It also documents the building through each phase of development on its journey to fully reopening as a Wellbeing Centre. Find out more