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End-of-Festival Wind-Down

Sunday 6 December

20:00 – 22:00 (and Beyond)

End-of-Festival Wind-Down

Party!

Venue

The Flying Duck, Glasgow G2 3AU
Free

Organised by The Only Way is Ethics

Sunday 6 December

20:00 – 22:00 (and Beyond)

End-of-Festival Wind-Down

Party!

Venue
The Flying Duck, 142 Renfield Street, Glasgow G2 3AU
Free

Informal Social Gathering with good music, good company and free nibbles!
Music from Finn LeMarinelHowie Reeve and Eight Thumbs + Two (Fritz Welch, Dougal Marwick, Jer Reid, Shane Connolly and Adam Campbell), with DJ Calvin Halliday (Broadcast Beach).

Booking
No booking required

Further information
https://www.facebook.com/events/928789747214564/

Organised by The Only Way is Ethics

Vegfest Scotland: Day 2

Sunday 6 December

10:00 – 17:00

Vegfest Scotland:
Day 2

Vegan Festival

Venue

SECC, G3 8YW
Advance: £5+BF (Day) / £8+BF (Weekends) / Under-16s Free
On the Gate: £8 (Standard) / £4 (Concessions) / Under-16s Free

Organised by VegfestUK

Sunday 6 December

10:00 – 17:00

Vegfest Scotland:
Day 2

Vegan Festival

Venue
SECC, Exhibition Way, Glasgow G3 8YW

Advance: £5+BF (Day) / £8+BF (Weekends) / Under-16s Free
On the Gate: £8 (Standard) / £4 (Concessions) / Under-16s Free
Buy-1-Get-1-Free till November 15 (subject to availability)
Buy-1-Get-1-Half-Price till December 3 (subject to availability)

Europe’s prime vegan festival takes place in Scotland for the first time. This two-day event will feature a Health Summit on the Saturday; an Activists Summit on the Sunday; dozens of talks on nutrition, health, lifestyles and campaigns; 15 specialist caterers; around 140 stalls; vegan cookery demos; a Living Raw Zone; a History of Veganism exhibition; kids’ cookery classes; live performances; a Mature Zone; a Teen VGN Zone; and more.

Booking
The Ticketsellers

Further information:
www.vegfestscotland.com

Organised by VegfestUK

The Dream Machine: Our Dream City

Saturday 5 December

15:00 – 20:00

The Dream Machine: Our Dream City

Ethical Talks

Venue

On the Corner, G40 1PE
Free

Organised by Dream Machine

Saturday 5 December

15:00 – 20:00

The Dream Machine: Our Dream City

Ethical Talks

Venue
On the Corner, 257 London Road, Glasgow G40 1PE
Free

Our Dream City is a day of conversation and collaboration, which addresses a series of real life ethical issues. All members of the community are invited to play with concepts, share ideas and look towards making positive change in our Dream City. Alongside a cuppa or seven, of course. Conversations will feature a number of topics, including:

  • Waste Not, Want Not: Using food waste to tackle food poverty
  • Building the Community Fire: Can dreaming solve our stress and isolation?
  • House of Fun: When and why do we forget to play?
  • Head Space: Open forum to share ideas/issues
  • …but then I got high: A look into entertainment without drugs or alcohol
  • Mindfulness in Craft Making

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
www.dreammachinescotland.com

Organised by Dream Machine

Vegfest Scotland: Day 1

Saturday 5 December

11:00 – 19:00

Vegfest Scotland:
Day 1

Vegan Festival

Venue

SECC, G3 8YW
Advance: £5+BF (Day) / £8+BF (Weekends) / Under-16s Free
On the Gate: £8 (Standard) / £4 (Concessions) / Under-16s Free

Organised by VegfestUK

Saturday 5 December

11:00 – 19:00

Vegfest Scotland:
Day 1

Vegan Festival

Venue
SECC, Exhibition Way, Glasgow G3 8YW

Advance: £5+BF (Day) / £8+BF (Weekends) / Under-16s Free
On the Gate: £8 (Standard) / £4 (Concessions) / Under-16s Free
Buy-1-Get-1-Free till November 15 (subject to availability)
Buy-1-Get-1-Half-Price till December 3 (subject to availability)

Europe’s prime vegan festival takes place in Scotland for the first time. This two-day event will feature a Health Summit on the Saturday; an Activists Summit on the Sunday; dozens of talks on nutrition, health, lifestyles and campaigns; 15 specialist caterers; around 140 stalls; vegan cookery demos; a Living Raw Zone; a History of Veganism exhibition; kids’ cookery classes; live performances; a Mature Zone; a Teen VGN Zone; and more.

Booking
The Ticketsellers

Further information:
www.vegfestscotland.com

Organised by VegfestUK

The Saturday Something @ On the Corner

Saturday 5 December

10:00 – 16:00

The Saturday Something @ On the Corner

Community Market / Hang-out Space

Venue

On the Corner, G40 1PE
Free

Organised by On the Corner Community Centre

Saturday 5 December

10:00 – 16:00

The Saturday Something @ On the Corner

Community Market / Hang-out Space

Venue
On the Corner, 257 London Road, Glasgow G40 1PE
Free

Spend your Saturday somewhere that makes you smile. The Saturday Something is a day out for all ages, shapes and sizes, featuring stalls & services from Glasgow-based organisations, swap shops, interactive workshops and our ‘pay as you feel’ kid friendly cafe. Entry is free, however all donations raised go back into the birth of the On the Corner Community Centre.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
www.facebook.com/Market-on-the-Corner-407309152789690

Organised by On the Corner Community Centre

Saturday Something

Queer Vegan Disco

Friday 4 December

23:00 – 03:00

Queer Vegan Disco

Club Night

Venue

The Flying Duck, G2 3AU
£3 / £5

Organised by Fat Gay Vegan

Friday 4 December

23:00 – 03:00

Queer Vegan Disco

Club Night

Venue
The Flying Duck, 142 Renfield Street, Glasgow G2 3AU
Advance: £3 / On the Door: £5/£3

Fat Gay Vegan is beyond thrilled to bring his legendary London club night to Glasgow for an exclusive date at The Flying Duck. Queer Vegan Disco is an irresistible and shameless mix of indie, alternative, dance, 80s, 90s, pop, top 40, rock and goth classics. QVD needs YOU!

Booking
Eventbrite

Further Information
www.facebook.com/LondonQVD

Organised by Fat Gay Vegan

Queer Vegan Disco

Soul Sessions

Friday 4 December

19:00 – 22:30

Soul Sessions

Concert

Venue

Stereo, G2 6PH
£10/£8

Organised by Glasgow Gospel Choir

Friday 4 December

19:00 – 22:30

Soul Sessions

Concert

Venue
Stereo, 20 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
£10/£8

The Glasgow Gospel Choir is Glasgow’s premier gospel music outfit. Established ten years ago by Jerry Boweh – originally from Liberia – to bring a taste of gospel to Glasgow, it’s an amateur, non-denominational community choir, which has performed in venues throughout Scotland.

Profits from concerts go to the African Youth Development Action Project (AYDAP), a charity run by Jerry to provide cross-cultural education for young people through music, drama, sports and travel, as well as information, guidance and services in relation to health and culture.

The choir has a wide-ranging repertoire, including traditional gospel, African songs and a gospel take on modern classics. It has performed on BBC radio and TV and regularly appears at the West End Festival and Glasgow’s Jazz Festival.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
www.glasgowgospelchoir.co.uk

Organised by Glasgow Gospel Choir

Glasgow Gospel Choir

Project Limbo

Friday 4 December

19:00 – 20:00

Project Limbo

Theatre/Performance

Venue

The Old Hairdresser’s, G2 6PH
Free but Ticketed

Organised by Stephanie Boyle in association with Youth Theatre Arts Scotland’s Young Arts Leaders Programme

Friday 4 December

19:00 – 20:00

Project Limbo

Theatre/Performance

Venue
The Old Hairdresser’s (1st Floor Gallery), 27 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
Free but Ticketed

Performed as part of The Only Way is Ethics Festival, Project Limbo is an immersive theatre exhibition, looking to question how our identity is created and what it means to be a young artist.

We would like to create a space where the arts community in Glasgow can come together to discuss where and how young people are able to develop their artistic practice outwith formal arts education.

Booking
projectlimbo15@gmail.com

Further Information
E: projectlimbo15@gmail.com

Organised by Stephanie Boyle in association with Youth Theatre Arts Scotland’s Young Arts Leaders Programme

Project Limbo

We Are Young People

How to Fund Your Business Ethically

Friday 4 December

14:00 – 17:00

How to Fund Your Business Ethically

Business Programme Event #5: Panel Discussion

Venue

Citizen M, G2 3BW
Free

Sponsored by Glasgow Caledonian University
Sponsored and Organised by Murray Associates
Supported by Citizen M

Friday 4 December

14:00 – 17:00

How to Fund Your Business Ethically

Business Programme Event #5: Panel Discussion

Venue
Citizen M, 60 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G2 3BW
Free

Find out about on the best ways to start, grow and sustain your business, ethically. Subjects under discussion will include ethical investments and alternative sources of finance including crowdfunding.

Featured speakers: Kevin Cadman, Chief Executive of Grameen in the UK; Kenny MacLeod, Chief Executive Officer of Scotwest Credit Union; Tim Wright, Director and co-founder of Twintangibles, who is a leading thinker, writer and practitioner on crowdfunding; and Julian Parrott, founding Partner of Ethical Futures, who is an expert on ethical investments.

Booking & Further Information
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-fund-your-business-ethically-a-look-at-funding-finance-and-investment-tickets-19251757525

Sponsors
Glasgow Caledonian University
Murray Associates
Supported by Citizen M

Organised by Murray Associates

Glasgow Caledonian University

Murray Associates

Citizen M

Lunchtime Lecture #3

Friday 4 December

13:00 – 14:00

Feminist Arts Activism in the City

Lunchtime Lecture #3

Venue

The Old Hairdresser’s, G2 6PH
Free

Organised by John Crossan, School of Geographical & Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow

Friday 4 December

13:00 – 14:00

Feminist Arts Activism in the City

Lunchtime Lecture #3
Speaker: Heather McLean, School of Geographical & Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow

Venue
The Old Hairdresser’s (Ground Floor Bar), 27 Renfield Lane,
Glasgow G2 6PH
Free

This presentation is a feminist analysis of contemporary culture-led ‘regeneration’ initiatives in Toronto. Over the past two decades, Canadian public arts funding bodies have encouraged artists and arts organizations to collaborate in arts-led revitalisation projects that are meant to ‘make over’ neighbourhoods and attract investment. Within this context, even progressive community-engaged arts projects end up entangled in promoting the city’s rapid gentrification. Also, as philanthropic and public funding bodies direct resources towards arts organizations that partner in large-scale placemarketing strategies, they under-support oppositional feminist work – what performance artist Penny Arcade refers to as the ‘gentrification of creation’.

This talk will focus on how these processes have been playing out in Toronto, and will also show how feminist and queer women’s arts collectives have found ways to performatively and playfully push back at these exclusionary dynamics.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
E: Heather.McLean@glasgow.ac.uk

Organised by John Crossan, School of Geographical & Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow

University of Glasgow

je suis LA(-BAS)

Thursday 3 December

19:00 – 03:00

je suis LA(-BAS)

An Evening of Performance with an After-show Party

Venue

Stereo, G2 6PH
£12/£8/£6/£5/£3

Organised by Mischief La-Bas

Thursday 3 December

19:00 – 03:00
Performances: 19:00 – 22:30
After-show Party: Till 03:00

je suis LA(-BAS)

An Evening of Performance with an After-show Party

Venue
Stereo, 20 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
£12 / Union Member or Zero Contract: £8 / Student: £6 / Unwaged: £5 / After 11pm: £3

Join your hosts Mischief La-Bas for a fantastic night of ethical fun and performance! An exciting line up of invited Artists will explore, inform, challenge and entertain with work inspired by the notion of ‘ethics’. With funding from Creative Scotland, Mischief La-Bas is able to support the Artists in developing their work for this night. In turn you will be supporting the Artists as 100% of ticket sales will be split between them. After such a generous night of ethical exchange Mischief invites you to party with amazing DJ’s courtesy of Stereo.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
www.facebook.com/mischieflabas

Organised by Mischief La-Bas

Mischief La-Bas: Tom Jones Fan Club
Mischief La-Bas: Tom Jones Fan Club
Mischief La-Bas: Trolley Dollies
Mischief La-Bas: Trolley Dollies
Mischief
Steven Anderson and Alistair Quietsch, will be among the performers on the night. © Douglas McCaffrey.

From ‘I’ to ‘We': Changing the Narrative in Scotland’s Relationship with Consumption

Thursday 3 December

18:00 – 20:00
From ‘I’ to ‘We’
Launch of Report on Changing the Narrative in Scotland’s Relationship with Consumption

Venue

The Old Hairdresser’s, G2 6PH
Free

Organised by The University of Glasgow, Heriot-Watt University and the Common Weal

Thursday 3 December

18:00 – 20:00

From ‘I’ to ‘We': Changing the Narrative in Scotland’s Relationship with Consumption

Report Launch

Venue
The Old Hairdresser’s (1st Floor Gallery), 27 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
Free

Can Scotland’s relationship with consumption change? Is consumerism just an issue of individual behaviour, or does it have its roots in our political and economic systems? What can the Scottish Government do about hyper-consumption and its negative effects on society and the environment?

Think-and-do tank the Common Weal has joined forces with The University of Glasgow and Heriot-Watt University to launch a new report, ‘From “I” to “We”: Changing Scotland’s Relationship with Consumption’, which looks at all these issues and more. This launch event will be a chance to hear from the authors, ask questions and provide your own answers about Scotland’s relationship with consumption.

The report will be accessible on allofusfirst.org from Thursday 3 December.

Booking
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/from-i-to-we-changing-the-narrative-in-scotlands-relationship-with-consumption-tickets-19269417346

Further Information
E: ben@common.scot
T: 07805 590 391

Organised by The University of Glasgow, Heriot-Watt University and the Common Weal

University of Glasgow

heriot-watt

Common Weal logo

Is Marketing Ethics on the Edge?

Thursday 3 December

15:00 – 17:00

Is Marketing Ethics on the Edge?

Business Programme Event #4: Panel Discussion

Venue

Glasgow Caledonian University, G4 0HF
Free

Sponsored by Glasgow Caledonian University
Sponsored and Organised by Murray Associates

Thursday 3 December

15:00 – 17:00

Is Marketing Ethics on the Edge?

Business Programme Event #4: Panel Discussion

Venue
Room 513, Buchanan House, Glasgow Caledonian University, 58 Port Dundas Road, Glasgow G4 0HF
Free

Is permission marketing being ignored at the expense of sales opportunities? A discussion covering how social media contact links are being used, the ‘new social’ phone call attempting to bypass the gatekeeper, and the use or abuse of online forms on websites that offer the grandest opportunities. What are your experiences as business owners?

Featured speakers: Thomas Anker, Lecturer in marketing at the University of Glasgow’s Adam Smith Business School, who is a specialist on the nature of truth in marketing; Gloria Murray, accountant, business mentor and founder of Murray Associates; and Craig Tannock, runner of bars, cafes and music venues and the specialist in the introduction of the vegan kitchen concept and experience to Glasgow.

Booking & Further Information
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/is-marketing-ethics-on-the-edge-tickets-19251529844

Sponsors
Glasgow Caledonian University
Murray Associates

Organised by Murray Associates

Glasgow Caledonian University

Murray Associates

Radical Renewable Art & Activism Fund

Thursday 3 December

13:00 – 17:00

Radical Renewable Art & Activism Fund

Campaign Launch

Venue

King’s Court, G1 5RB
Free

Organised by Ellie Harrison

Thursday 3 December

13:00 – 17:00

Radical Renewable Art & Activism Fund

Campaign Launch

Venue
King’s Court, King Street, Glasgow G1 5RB
Free

The Radical Renewable Art + Activism Fund (RRAAF) is a new and autonomous alternative funding scheme initiated by artist Ellie Harrison. Once set up, RRAAF will use a wind turbine to generate energy to fund a ‘no strings attached’ grant scheme for art-activist projects in the UK.

This event outside Mono is one of a series of ‘publicity stunts’ around Glasgow in December featuring the RRAAF Mascot, creating awareness for the project and its Kickstarter fundraising campaign. These culminate in the Launch Event at the CCA on Thursday 17 December 2015, 18:30 – 20:00 featuring presentations by Ellie Harrison and Georgy Davis from Community Energy Scotland outlining their plans for making the RRAAF project a reality in the coming years.

The Radical Renewable Art + Activism Fund is being developed by artist Ellie Harrison with support from Beaconsfield London & CCA Glasgow. The 2015 launch events take place in London and Glasgow as part of ArtCOP21, The Only Way is Ethics & ArtCOP Scotland. The RRAAF identity is by Neil McGuire.

Booking
No booking required.

Further information
www.rraafund.org
www.facebook.com/RRAAFund
www.twitter.com/RRAAFund
T: 07929 565 855

Organised by Ellie Harrison.

RRAAF Beaconsfield

Radical renewable art logo

Swap Till You Drop

Thursday 3 December

13:00 – 16:00

Swap Till You Drop

Fashion Exchange

Venue

Tchai Ovna, G12 8PD
Free

Organised by Ruth Graham & Tchai Ovna

Thursday 3 December

13:00 – 16:00

Swap Till You Drop

Fashion Exchange

Venue
Tchai Ovna, 42 Otago Lane, Glasgow, G12 8PD
Free

Join us in an afternoon of recycling pre-loved clothes, and experience a fun and cost-effective way to refresh your wardrobe, by swapping items you no longer wear for new-to-you ones you’ll love. The event will also be a chance to consider the impact of consumerism and think about creative ways to live more sustainably. Bring along clean, gently used garments you no longer wear and swap for some stylish new additions to your wardrobe.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
Ruth Graham
T: 07747 422922
E: ruthjoannegraham@hotmail.com
www.facebook.com/events/986369994757074

Organised by Ruth Graham & Tchai Ovna


Tchai Ovna

Urban Political Movements & Solidarity Networks from Thessaloniki to Glasgow

Thursday 3 December

13:00 – 14:00

Urban Political Movements & Solidarity Networks

Lunchtime Lecture #2

Venue

The Old Hairdresser’s, G2 6PH
Free

Organised by John Crossan, School of Geographical & Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow

Thursday 3 December

13:00 – 14:00

Urban Political Movements & Solidarity Networks from Thessaloniki to Glasgow

Lunchtime Lecture #2
Speaker: Lazaros Karaloitas, School of Geographical & Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow

Venue
The Old Hairdresser’s (Ground Floor Bar), 27 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
Free

Many cities in the global north are undergoing profound transformations since the outbreak of a more-than-economic crisis. On the one hand, the dominant political narrative promotes devastating austerity policies supported by an increasingly aggressive policing of public spaces and political disagreement. On the other hand, our cities are also the melting pot for a multi-faceted collection of progressive alternatives to austerity economics. This lecture will engage with this latter process. Grounding its analysis on the city of Thessaloniki, Greece it will explore numerous forms of urban emancipatory politics in times of crisis.

Thessaloniki’s contemporary landscape is the crucible for a profusion of emancipatory political experiments: from neighborhood assemblies, through social health clinics, to co-operatives and self-management efforts. Such diverse experiments are politicising everyday life in the city. While decidedly localised they articulate multiple links with other movements forming solidarity networks across Greece and beyond. This lecture will seek to trace the everyday political ethos that is forged through them and consider some of the possibilities, challenges and limitations that they open up for emancipatory politics. This discussion will, in turn, serve as an entry point to discuss urban grassroots politics in Glasgow and explore the similarities, differences as well as potential solidarities across diverse urban landscapes.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
E: Lazaros.Karaliotas@glasgow.ac.uk

Organised by John Crossan, School of Geographical & Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow

Greece is just beginning resistance across europe

University of Glasgow

INTER: What is the Sound of Solidarity?

Wednesday 2 December

19:30 – 22:00

INTER: What is the Sound of Solidarity?

Evening of Experimental Sound

Venue

Stereo, G2 6PH
£5

Organised by Stereo

Wednesday 2 December

19:30 – 22:00

INTER: What is the Sound of Solidarity?

Evening of Experimental Sound

Venue
Stereo, 20 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
£5

To coincide with The Only Way is Ethics, Stereo’s monthly sound art and electroacoustic music night consists of sonic responses to the question ‘What is the sound of solidarity?’

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
www.stereocafebar.com

Organised by Stereo

inter

The Man Who Never Died: Joe Hill Song Night

Wednesday 2 December

19:30 – 23:00

The Man Who Never Died: Joe Hill Song Night

Concert

Venue

The Old Hairdresser’s, Glasgow G2 6PH
£7 / Unwaged: £4

Organised by Spirit of Revolt, Clydeside IWW and The Old Hairdresser’s

Wednesday 2 December

19:30 – 23:00

The Man Who Never Died: Joe Hill Song Night

Concert

Venue
The Old Hairdresser’s (Ground Floor Bar), 27 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
£7 / Unwaged: £4

One hundred years on from Joe Hill’s execution, this night will be a celebration of his songs and legacy. The Songs of ‘Joe Hill’ are celebrated worldwide. He wrote them in the period, 1910-15, the last 20 months being held in prison in Utah on a trumped-up charge of double-murder. The Songs were inspired by the ‘Wobbly’ song tradition, which satirised religious and popular song.

Joel Hagglund was born in Gavle, Sweden on 7 October 7 1879. In 1902, with both parents dead, he and his brother Paul emigrated to the USA. For the next 12 years he train-hopped as a hobo, getting employment as a mechanic, longshoreman, machinist, logger and musician.

In 1908 he changed his name to Joseph Hillstrom after being blacklisted when organising Chicago machinists. Radicalised, in 1910, he joined the Industrial Workers of the World (‘The Wobblies’) in San Pedro, California, as a dockworker. Composing songs, he travelled as an Agitator from Hawaii to Canada, taking part in Free Speech Fights and organizing all the working class in One Big Union.

Working in Utah in the winter of 1913/14, he was arrested after a local grocer (an ex-policeman) and his son were shot dead. As a Wobbly and a hobo, shot in a separate incident, Hill became a convenient fall guy.

In prison, he corresponded with IWW Orator, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, and wrote songs. Despite an international campaign, the State Governor, William Spry refused to heed pleas for a retrial or clemency from the Federal US and Swedish governments. He was executed by firing squad on 19 November 1915. A funeral was held on 25 November in Chicago and his ashes were sent to every state in America with IWW locals, and also abroad to Australia and other countries.

It was a turbulent period when many IWW labour activists were assassinated, with employers using vigilante groups to liquidate unrest. But Joe Hill has become a legend and a role-model as an ethically-driven, musically-gifted lyricist, who continues to inspire those seeking social justice.

On facing execution, Joe Hill stated ‘Don’t waste time mourning, organise!’

Booking
Monorail, Mono, 12 King’s Court, King Street, Glasgow G51 5RB

Further Information
Facebook Event Page
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Hill
www.archive.org/details/SongsOfTheWorkersToFanTheFlamesOfDiscontent

Organised by Spirit of Revolt, Clydeside IWW and The Old Hairdresser’s

Spirit of Revolt Archives of Dissent
Organising from below is the cornerstone of the Archive, which draws from collections of libertarian socialist activists in the west of Scotland. It is based in the Mitchell Library and the archive is being digitised.
www.spiritofrevolt.info
E: info@spiritofrevolt.info

Clydeside IWW
Clydeside IWW is the West of Scotland branch of the Industrial Workers of the World. Founded in 1905 in the USA, its influence spread to places like Australia and Britain, where its ideas found expression in the Singers Strike of 1911. Generations later, the IWW speaks for precarious workers and union activists ‘building opposition from below’.
www.iwwscotland.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/Clydeside-IWW-216550781713688
E: clydeside@iww.org.uk

Joe Hill

Joe Hill
Joe Hill

The Ethics of the Wall: Human Rights in Palestine

Wednesday 2 December

19:00 – 22:00

The Ethics of the Wall: Human Rights in Palestine

Talk & Tapas

Venue

The Glad Café, G41 2HG
£10
All profits to MAP: Medical Aid for Palestinians

Organised by The Glad Café

Wednesday 2 December

19:00 – 22:00

The Ethics of the Wall: Human Rights in Palestine

Talk & Tapas

Venue
The Glad Café, 1006a Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow G41 2HG
£10 All profits to MAP: Medical Aid for Palestinians

The Ethics of the Wall will be an evening of socialising, vegetarian food and discussion. The event will kick off with a Palestinian main course prepared by the excellent Hannah Paton (ex-Ottolenghi) and Jack Paton (The Hug & Pint) followed by an interview by David Mclaghlin with Graham & Anne Bryce who have just returned from the Cycle Palestine 2015 Challenge, with audio clips and more from the Bryce’s trip.

Booking & Further Information
www.thegladcafe.co.uk

Organised by The Glad Café

Glasgow Food Policy Partnership: Good Food for All

Wednesday 2 December

18:00 – 20:00

Glasgow Food Policy Partnership: Good Food for All

Partnership and Food Charter Launch

Venue

The Lighthouse, G1 3NU
Free

Organised by Glasgow Food Policy Partnership

Wednesday 2 December

18:00 – 20:00

Glasgow Food Policy Partnership: Good Food for All

Partnership and Food Charter Launch

Venue
The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow G1 3NU
Free

The Glasgow Food Policy Partnership (GFPP) is a strategic grouping bringing together key public, private and voluntary sector organisations with the objective of achieving a fairer, healthier, more sustainable and resilient food system in Glasgow. We will be asking you to support a Food Charter for Glasgow, which has a vision of ‘Good Food For All’.

Good food is vital to the quality of people’s lives in Glasgow. As well as being tasty, healthy, accessible and affordable, our food should be good for the planet, workers, local businesses and animal welfare.

Come along to this launch event to show your support for the creation of a fairer, healthier, more sustainable and resilient food system in Glasgow by supporting our Food Charter.

Further Information
E: Christine.Haley@glasgow.ac.uk

Organised by Glasgow Food Policy Partnership

Food Policy Partnership

Good Food For All

University of Glasgow

Mad Cows: Contamination of a Nation

Wednesday 2 December

18:00 – 19:00

Mad Cows: Contamination of a Nation

Film Screening & Talk

Venue

The Old Hairdresser’s, G2 6PH
Free

Organised by Christine Lord

Wednesday 2 December

18:00 – 19:00

Mad Cows: Contamination of a Nation

Film Screening & Talk

Venue
The Old Hairdresser’s (1st Floor Gallery), 27 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
Free

Christine Lord’s son, Andrew Black, was killed by vCJD, the human form of Mad Cow Disease, aged 24 in 2007. Their family had not eaten beef or any bovine material since 1988. At this event, Christine will talk about her campaign to find out why this happened. She will also introduce her best-selling book ‘Who Killed My Son?’ and will show a trailer for her fourth documentary ‘Cows, Cash & Cover-ups’.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
www.justice4andy.com

Organised by Christine Lord

Mad Cows

Women’s Activism from the Suffragettes to the Pink Sari Gang

Wednesday 2 December

14:00 – 16:00

Women’s Activism from the Suffragettes to the Pink Sari Gang

Workshop

Venue

Glasgow Women’s Library, G40 1BP
Free

Organised by Glasgow Women’s Library

Wednesday 2 December

14:00 – 16:00

Women’s Activism from the Suffragettes to the Pink Sari Gang

Workshop

Venue
Glasgow Women’s Library, 23 Landressy Street, Glasgow G40 1BP
Free

A unique chance to see and handle objects and materials from Glasgow Women’s Library’s museum and archive collections such as Suffragette jewellery, placards, badges, or Women’s Liberation archives, and to find out more about some of the campaigns led by women since the 1990’s. This is a mixed event.

Booking & Further Information
W: www.womenslibrary.org.uk
T: 0141 550 2267

Organised by Glasgow Women’s Library

Glasgow Womens Library

Networking: The New Way Forward

Wednesday 2 December

11:00 – 13:00

Networking: The New Way Forward

Business Programme Event #3: Panel Discussion & Networking Event

Venue

Glasgow Caledonian University, G4 0HF
Free

Sponsored by Glasgow Caledonian University
Sponsored and Organised by Murray Associates

Wednesday 2 December

11:00 – 13:00

Networking: The New Way Forward

Business Programme Event #3: Panel Discussion & Networking Event

Venue
Room 513, Buchanan House, Glasgow Caledonian University, 58 Port Dundas Road, Glasgow G4 0HF
Free

What is it? How do you do it? Guest speakers will share their experiences on how and why they set up their own style of networking events. Current practices will be examined and the best of what’s out there discussed. With a networking session to close.

Featured speakers: Martin Jack of the networking organisation Business Banter; Teresa Jackson of the co-working space, Collabor8te, who organises regular networking events; and Alan Busby, Head of Events at Glasgow Chamber of Commerce.

Booking & Further Information
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/networking-the-new-way-forward-no-kid-just-sustainable-ethical-and-the-genuine-you-tickets-19250577997

Sponsors
Glasgow Caledonian University
Murray Associates

Organised by Murray Associates

Glasgow Caledonian University

Murray Associates

Live Music & Poetry

Tuesday 1 December

20:00 – 23:30

Fallopé & the Tubes + The Sean Armstrong Experience + Spoken Word from Robin Cairns + Shaun Moore

Performers with Something to Say

Venue

The Flying Duck, G2 3AU
£5 / £3

Organised by The Flying Duck

Tuesday 1 December

20:00 – 23:30

Fallopé & the Tubes + The Sean Armstrong Experience + Spoken Word from Robin Cairns + Shaun Moore

Performers with Something to Say

Venue
The Flying Duck, 142 Renfield Street, Glasgow G2 3AU
£5 / £3

Fallopé & The Tubes are a Dundonian fem-ensemble exploring oversized anatomically incorrect inflatable props; zealously crafted theatrical (and mildly depraved) zero budget costumes and a relentless stream of nauseating video projections.

Sean Armstrong Experience: The man – the myth – the legend. The Jimi Hendrix of slack.

Spoken Word from Robert Cairns and Shaun Moore.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
https://www.facebook.com/events/530261303816863/

Organised by The Flying Duck

Fallopé & the Tubes + The Sean Armstrong Experience + Spoken Word from Robin Cairns + Shaun Moore

Word of Mouth

Tuesday 1 December

19:00 – 22:00

Word of Mouth

Spoken Word Performance

Venue

Stereo, G2 6PH
Free

Organised by Toonspeak Young People’s Theatre

Tuesday 1 December

19:00 – 22:00

Word of Mouth

Spoken Word Performance

Venue
Stereo, 20 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
Free

An evening of performance by young writer/performers, to promote the young artist-led work of Toonspeak Young People’s Theatre and their recent collaboration with PEEK, with support of the Scottish Book Trust & GCAN Winter Festival.

Toonspeak provides free, high quality drama and theatre activities for young people aged 11 – 25, who live in communities of disadvantage across Glasgow. They challenge and inspire the young people to create their own performances and manage their own projects, encouraging them to expand their imaginations and fulfill their potential.

This event will share and showcase a rare and diverse collection – extracts of new writing, poetry and prose through performance.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
www.toonspeak.co.uk

Organised by Toonspeak Young People’s Theatre

Toonspeak

Toonspeak

Toonspeak
Glasgow Can

Concerning Violence

Tuesday 1 December

20:00 – 22:30

Concerning Violence

Film Screening

Venue

The Glad Café, G41 2HG
£6

Organised by The Glad Café

Tuesday 1 December

20:00 – 22:30

Concerning Violence

Film Screening

Venue
The Glad Café, 1006a Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow G41 2HG
£6

Concerning Violence is an archive-driven documentary covering the most daring moments in the struggle for liberation in the Third World, and an exploration into the mechanisms of decolonization through text from Frantz Fanon’s ‘The Wretched of the Earth’. Fanon’s landmark book, written over 50 years ago, is still a major tool for understanding and illuminating the neocolonialism happening today, as well as the violence and reactions against it.

Booking & Further Information
www.thegladcafe.co.uk

Organised by The Glad Café

Banner Tales of Glasgow

Tuesday 1 December

18:00 – 21:00

Banner Tales of Glasgow

Film Screening, Live Music & Conversation

Venue

The Old Hairdresser’s, G2 6PH
Free

Organised by John Crossan & David Featherstone, University of Glasgow, with Glasgow Museums & the GMB.

Tuesday 1 December

18:00 – 21:00

Banner Tales of Glasgow

Film Screening, Live Music & Conversation

Venue
The Old Hairdresser’s (Ground Floor Bar), 27 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
Free

Through an appreciation of Glasgow’s political banners, this evening of film, live music and conversation, recognises and celebrates the important role played by community and workplace organisers in shaping our city.

Coinciding with the launch of an illustrated (free) booklet detailing key moments and testimonies from the Banner Tales of Glasgow workshops, the event will showcase the hard work of community and workplace organisers in Glasgow today and in its recent past. This will be done through the telling of stories from key activists about the disputes/organisations they have been involved with.

In addition the event will feature a number of related political songs performed live by a number of singer-song writers active in Glasgow’s political song scene, plus a screening of ‘The Govan Banners’

Booking
No booking required

Further information
www.facebook.com/Banner-Tales-of-Glasgow-1554159684863652

Organised by John Crossan and David Featherstone, University of Glasgow, in collaboration with Glasgow Museums and the GMB.

Banner Tales
Introducing the Plantation Productions documentary ‘The Govan Banners’
Banner Tales
Hammy Connelly, Chairman of the works committee Caledonian Railway Works in the 1980s, Banner Tales of Glasgow, Barmulloch, 15 May 2015.
Women's Guild
Participants at Banner Tales of Glasgow event in Govan on 30 May 2015, with Scottish Co-operative Society Women’s Guild banners in the background.

 

University of Glasgow

Glasgow Museums

GMB logo

Ethics, Responsibility & the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Tuesday 1 December

17:30 – 20:00

Ethics, Responsibility & the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Collaboratory

Venue

Glasgow Caledonian University, G4 0BA
Free

Organised by Glasgow Caledonian University

Tuesday 1 December

17:30 – 20:00
Registration: 17:00
Collaboratory: 17:30
Drinks & Networking: 19:00

Ethics, Responsibility & the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Collaboratory

Venue
The Deeprose Theatre (A005), Govan Mbeki Building, Glasgow Caledonian University, City Campus, Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow G4 OBA
Free

Glasgow Caledonian University invites academics, students, government officials, business people and the Glasgow public to a ‘Collaboratory’ on the Syrian refugee crisis. It is hoped that by discussing this pressing issue through the dual lenses of ethics and responsibility, the audience will identify ways to alleviate the suffering of some of those caught up in the crisis, and undertake some positive action to help – both during and after the event.

Booking
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ethics-responsibility-the-syrian-refugee-crisis-tickets-19039266960

Organised by Glasgow Caledonian University

Glasgow Caledonian University

The Unappealing Smells of Sacrifice

Wednesday 2 December

13:00 – 14:00

The Unappealing Smells of Sacrifice

Lunchtime Lecture #1

Venue

The Old Hairdresser’s, G2 6PH
Free

Organised by Leon Robinson, School of Education, University of Glasgow

Wednesday 2 December

13:00 – 14:00

The Unappealing Smells of Sacrifice

Lunchtime Lecture #1
Speaker: Leon Robinson, School of Education, University of Glasgow

Venue
The Old Hairdresser’s (Ground Floor Bar), 27 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
Free

The aim of this lecture is to consider how we might reconcile the demands of a growing human population with the growing threat of environmental catastrophe. It explores the tensions, challenges and opportunities in contemporary education for sustainability, drawing on philosophical and theological perspectives from both Eastern and Western traditions, contrasting the contemporary notion of ‘sacrifice’ as giving up, and going without, with the original ideas of sacrifice as the ritual celebration of gratitude for abundance. The contemporary conceptualisations of reification, ownership and value are critiqued.

The paper also draws on contemporary research into human happiness as a fundamental part of well-being, contrasting the imagery of consumerist values with the realities of a culture increasingly driven to medicating its own misery. It finds that educating school pupils about the values of sustainability is usually attempted against a background noise of competing and conflicting consumer values; prevailing ideas of economic well-being are measured in the unsustainable model of ‘growth’, in stark contrast to the central idea of ‘enough”’ which is at the heart of Aristotelian Virtue Ethics, subsequent articulations of virtue, and Buddhist teachings.

The paper is a positive and hopeful response to a complex set of crises facing contemporary cultures.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
E: Leon.Robinson@glasgow.ac.uk

Organised by Leon Robinson, School of Education, University of Glasgow

University of Glasgow

How Local Economies Can Work Well for Communities

Tuesday 1 December

10:00 – 12:00

How Local Economies Can Work Well

Business Programme Event #2: Panel Discussion

Venue

Glasgow Caledonian University, G4 0HF
Free

Sponsored by Glasgow Caledonian University
Sponsored and Organised by Murray Associates

Tuesday 1 December

10:00 – 12:00

How Local Economies Can Work Well for Communities

Business Programme Event #2: Panel Discussion

Venue
Room 513, Buchanan House, Glasgow Caledonian University, 58 Port Dundas Road, Glasgow G4 0HF
Free

Did you know that only 10% of the money you spend in a supermarket stays in the local economy? This event considers systems that promise greater benefits to local communities. Examples include the use of a local currency such as the Govanhill, Brixton and Totnes Pounds. Linked to such initiatives are the often voluntary contributions made by the Scottish-based Transition Communities, and the sterling efforts of members of Permaculture Scotland.

Featured speakers: Alex Meikle Former CEO of two community based third sector SME’s in Glasgow; Scott Erwin of Greencity Wholefoods and Chair of The Glasgow Fairtrade Co-operative; and Craig Tannock, runner of bars, cafes and music venues and the specialist in the introduction of the vegan kitchen concept and experience to Glasgow. Graham Bell is Chair of Permaculture Scotland, an internationally recognised teacher and writer at the core of how we can deliver sustainability. Permaculture is a design process, a way of enabling people to take control of their own lives. His experience over 40 years of guiding people through the money process and the alternatives to it have enabled thousands of people to see money in a new light. To find enablement instead of restriction.

Booking & Further Information
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-local-economies-can-work-well-for-communities-tickets-19240946188

Sponsors
Glasgow Caledonian University
Murray Associates

Organised by Murray Associates

Glasgow Caledonian University

Murray Associates

You Play Your Part

Monday 30 November

18:00 – 20:00

You Play Your Part

Film Screenings, Live Music & Blethering

Venue

The Old Hairdresser’s, G2 6PH
Free

Organised by Kirsten MacLeod & Plantation Productions

Monday 30 November

18:00 – 20:00

You Play Your Part

Film Screenings, Live Music & Blethering

Venue
The Old Hairdresser’s (Ground Floor Bar), 27 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
Free

You Play Your Part (27 mins, 2011) is a participatory documentary that charts the experiences of campaigning women on Clydeside, from the Rent Strikes of 1915 to the Campaign for Equal Pay and the Upper Clyde Shipyards work-in. Produced & directed by Kirsten MacLeod in collaboration with Plantation Productions.

With a Song in Your Heart (10 mins, 2015) celebrates The Govan Allsorts Community Choir while interweaving memories and archive film of childhood. Directed by Kirsten MacLeod, produced by Plantation Productions & the National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive.

The films will be followed by performances from The Govan Allsorts Choir and singer/songwriter Julie anne McCambridge.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
www.kirstenmacleod.wordpress.com
www.plantation.org.uk

Organised by Kirsten Macleod & Plantation Productions

Filming 'You Play Your Part': Mrs Barbour's Army recreated in 2011 © Kirsten MacLeod
Filming ‘You Play Your Part': Mrs Barbour’s Army recreated in 2011 © Kirsten MacLeod

Campaigning Women (Left to Right: Linda Hamil, Marion Munro, Cathy Brown, Jean Muir) © Kirsten MacLeod
Campaigning Women (Left to Right: Linda Hamil, Marion Munro, Cathy Brown, Jean Muir) © Kirsten MacLeod

Agnes McLean addressing women about equal pay, Paisley, Renfrewshire, 1967
Agnes McLean addressing women about equal pay, Paisley, Renfrewshire, 1967

Blair Cunningham: Urban Agriculture Growing Care

Monday 30 November

18:00 – 20:00
Blair Cunningham: Urban Agriculture Growing Care
Aye-Aye Books Artist Book Launch

Venue

CCA, G2 3JD
Free

Organised by The University of Glasgow

Monday 30 November

18:00 – 20:00

Blair Cunningham: Urban Agriculture Growing Care

Aye-Aye Books Artist Book Launch

Venue
CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3JD
Free

As a post-industrial city, Glasgow has a glut of derelict land. Over recent years the city has witnessed a growth in community gardens. These places and the groups that maintain them are playing a significant role in re-shaping both the city’s landscape and its relationship with food and community.

Blair Cunningham has documented this grass-roots regeneration across the city. His artist book represents a glimpse of another Glasgow, one that generates new forms of value in places and people beyond neoliberalism.

This artwork is derived from a larger body of research by Dr John Crossan, Profs Andrew Cumbers, Robert McMaster and Deirdre Shaw at the University of Glasgow, which considers community gardening as an example of a more caring city.

The work is published by Aye-Aye Books. Please join us at the launch, in the company of the artist and other participants.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
E: Christine.Haley@glasgow.ac.uk

Organised by The University of Glasgow

Urban Agriculture

Urban Agriculture

 

University of Glasgow

What is an Ethical Business?

Monday 30 November

14:00 – 16:00

What is an Ethical Business?

Business Programme Event #1: Panel Discussion

Venue

Citizen M, G2 3BW
Free

Sponsored by Glasgow Caledonian University
Sponsored and Organised by Murray Associates
Supported by Citizen M

Monday 30 November

14:00 – 16:00

What is an Ethical Business?

Business Programme Event #1: Panel Discussion

Venue
Citizen M, 60 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G2 3BW
Free

A panel of ethical businesses and renowned academic researchers discuss questions including ‘What is an ethical business?’ ‘How do you set one up?’ ‘How do the businesses on the panel define themselves?’ ‘What do they do that’s different?’ ‘What are the problems encountered by ethical businesses?’ ‘What are the joys?’. Audience participation essential.

Featured speakers: Professor Hugh McLachlan of Glasgow Caledonian’s University’s Glasgow School for Business & Society, who is a specialist on medical ethics; Chrissy Mackay of Beyonder Ltd a profit for purpose, living wage employer; Scott Erwin of Greencity Wholefoods and Chair of The Glasgow Fairtrade Co-operative; Greg Chauvet of the Bike Station a social entrepreneur; and Marie Savage co-founder of Humblestuff, a business which produces handmade non-toxic cleaning products.

Booking & Further Information
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/what-is-an-ethical-business-tickets-19240810783

Sponsors
Glasgow Caledonian University
Murray Associates
Supported by Citizen M

Organised by Murray Associates

Glasgow Caledonian University

Murray Associates

Citizen M

Vegan Bite

Monday 30 November

12:00 – 15:00

Vegan Bite

Food-tasting

Venue

The Foyer, James Weir Building, G1 1XJ
Free

Organised by Strathclyde Vegan Society

Monday 30 November

12:00 – 15:00

Vegan Bite

Food-tasting

Venue
The Foyer, James Weir Building, University of Strathclyde, 75 Montrose Street, Glasgow G1 1XJ
Free

An opportunity to taste freshly-prepared vegan food and find out about cruelty-free food options. Open to the public.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information
www.facebook.com/groups/StrathclydeVeganSociety

Organised by Strathclyde Vegan Society

Vegan Bite

Last Monday at Rio

Monday 30 November

20:00 – 22:30

Last Monday at Rio

Spoken Word

Venue

The Rio Café, G11 5QF
Free

Organised by Robin Cairns

Monday 30 November

20:00 – 22:30

Last Monday at Rio

Spoken Word

Venue
The Rio Café, 27 Hyndland Street, Glasgow G11 5QF
Free

The first hour is open mic involving ranters, poets, flash proseurs and comedians. Five-minute spots should be booked in advance through the e-mail address below. The headline writer is Chrys Salt, Director of the Bakehouse Art Centre, Gatehouse of Fleet – a powerful voice of humanist poetry.

Booking
Performers: To book a 5-minute performance spot contact: robin.cairns@btconnect.com
Audience: No booking required

Further Information
www.facebook.com/events/1736440869908941

Organised by Robin Cairns

Ethics & The Law

Monday 30 November

13:00 – 14:30

Ethics & The Law

Talk & Discussion

Venue

Mitchells Roberton, G1 2AD
Free

Organised by Mitchells Roberton

Monday 30 November

13:00 – 14:30

Ethics & The Law

Talk & Discussion

Venue
Mitchells Roberton, George House, 36 North Hanover Street, Glasgow G1 2AD
Free

Full details to be announced in due course.

Booking
0141 552 3422

Further Information
www.mitchells-roberton.co.uk

Organised by Mitchells Roberton

Mitchells Roberton

El Hombre Trajeado, Karine Polwart + Ela Orleans

Sunday 29 November

19:00 – 23:00

El Hombre Trajeado, Karine Polwart + Ela Orleans

Concert

Venue

St Luke’s, G40 2JZ
£12 + Booking Fee

Organised by Chemikal Underground Records

Sunday 29 November

19:00 – 23:00

El Hombre Trajeado, Karine Polwart + Ela Orleans

Opening Concert

Venue
St Luke’s, 17 Bain Street (next door to Barrowlands), Glasgow G40 2JZ
£12 + Booking Fee

Chemikal Underground presents the opening event of The Only Way Is Ethics. Featuring a tremendous three-act bill of El Hombre Trajeado, Karine Polwart and Ela Orleans, this concert takes place in the wonderful surroundings of Calton’s newest arts venue, Saint Luke’s.

A brilliantly diverse lineup showcases some of Scotland’s most unique musical voices: Glasgow’s revered post-rock alchemists El Hombre Trajeado; the magical melodies of four times BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards winner Karine Polwart and the dark, otherworldly soundscapes of Ela Orleans.

Tickets
www.stlukesglasgow.com
www.musicglue.com/chemikal
www.monorailmusic.com
www.tickets-scotland.com

Further Information
www.facebook.com/events/741571335976375/

Organised by Chemikal Underground Records

Karine Polwart
Karine Polwart
Ela Orleans
Ela Orleans

Archives of Dissent

Every Day

17:00 – 00:00

Archives of Dissent

Exhibition

Venue

The Old Hairdresser’s, G2 6PH
Free

Organised by Spirit of Revolt

Every Day

17:00 – 00:00

Archives of Dissent

Exhibition

Venue
The Old Hairdresser’s (Ground Floor Bar), 27 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
Free

Organising from below is the cornerstone of the Archive which draws from collections of libertarian socialist activists in the west of Scotland. It is based in the Mitchell Library and the archive is being digitised. The exhibition will feature a selection from the archive.

Booking
No booking required.

Further Information
www.spiritofrevolt.info
E: info@spiritofrevolt.info

Organised by Spirit of Revolt

Aspire at Mono

Every Day

Monday – Thursday: 11:00 – 23:00
Friday & Saturday: 11:00 – 01:00
Sundays: 12:30 – 00:00

Aspire at Mono

Exhibition

Venue

Mono, G1 5RB
Free

Organised by Project Ability

Every Day

Monday – Thursday: 11:00 – 23:00
Friday & Saturday: 11:00 – 01:00
Sundays: 12:30 – 00:00

Aspire at Mono

Exhibition

Venue
Mono, 12 King’s Court, King Street, Glasgow G1 5RB
Free

Honest, vibrant and inspiring, Aspire at Mono is a group exhibition showcasing the wide-ranging skills and creativity of the artists attending the Aspire workshop programme at Project Ability. Project Ability supports artists with a disability or lived experience of mental ill health, to achieve their creative potential.

Booking
No booking required

Further Information:
www.project-ability.co.uk

Organised by Project Ability

James Clayton - Project Ability
James Clayton – Project Ability

Jim Douglas - Project Ability
Jim Douglas – Project Ability