Projects

2020

Remnants

A free newspaper for Glasgow's Merchant City exploring how women’s contributions have been rendered in/visible through the formation and use of urban space in Glasgow’s Merchant City and beyond.

2019

Be Like Teflon

A recipe book by Jasleen Kaur, published by Glasgow Women's Library and Dent-de-Leone.

2018

A Weakness for Raisins - Films & Archive of Ester Krumbachová

An exhibition of new work by France-Lise McGurn and Sally Hackett inspired by the life and archive of costume designer Ester Krumbachová.

Souvenirs of Calton Hill

A collection of products created in partnership with Collective's new retail space Collective Matter, created by artists Rachel Adams, Mick Peter and Katie Schwab, designer Katy West and photographer Alan Dimmick.

The Persistence of Type vol. III

A newspaper and on-going collaborative project by Catriona Duffy, Sophie Dyer, Fiona Jardine, Lucy McEachan and Maeve Redmond.

From Glasgow Women's Library

A collection of products developed through research into the Glasgow Women's Library archive and collections by Ruth Ewan with Joy BC, Finch & Fouracre, Sally Hackett, Jasleen Kaur, Kaisa Lassinaro and Maeve Redmond and Donna Wilson.

The Driver's Seat

A two-day programme of performance, screenings, talks and readings at Cubitt Gallery.

2017

Ley Lines

A touring exhibition of new works by Australian artist Kate Scardifield.

2016

Seine Net Queens

An exhibition of photographs from Timespan's archive alongside new works by textile designer Laura Spring, artist Bernie Reid and fashion researcher Mairi MacKenzie.

The Persistence of Type vol. II

A newspaper and on-going collaborative project by Catriona Duffy, Sophie Dyer, Fiona Jardine, Lucy McEachan and Maeve Redmond.

2015

The Persistence of Type

An exhibition, newspaper and on-going collaborative project by Catriona Duffy, Sophie Dyer, Fiona Jardine, Lucy McEachan and Maeve Redmond.

The Inventors of Tradition II

An exhibition, events programme, publication and series of international touring showrooms conceived by Atelier E.B and Panel.

2014

Scotland Can Make It!

A series of six souvenirs inspired by the sporting events of London 2012 and Glasgow 2014 by Atelier E.B, Claire Duffy, FOUND, Emlyn Firth with Angharad McLaren, Neil McGuire with Marianne Anderson and Katy West.

2013

House Style

An exhibition at Tramway of new commissions by Hilda Hellström, Travis Jeppesen, Rob Kennedy and Daniel Padden.

Barrie Girls

An exhibition of six new poster works and a text, ‘C’est Ci N’est Pas Une Foto’, created by graphic designers Sophie Dyer and Maeve Redmond in collaboration with artist Fiona Jardine.

2012

Carpets of Distinction

An exhibition and a series of new commissions by John Byrne, Ruth Ewan, Nick Evans, Alasdair Gray, Nicolas Party, Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan partnership with Dovecot Tapestry Studios and the Stoddard-Templeton Archive at the University of Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art.

Fit to Last

An installation of new work by Bernie Reid exhibited alongside a selection of professional and amateur films from the National Library of Scotland's Moving Image Archive.

2011

O! and other letters

An exhibition and printshop created by typographer Edwin Pickstone for the Merchant City Festival 2011.

The Inventors of Tradition

An exhibition, film screening, publication and a series of international touring showrooms conceived by Atelier E.B and Panel, in partnership with the Scottish Screen Archive at National Library of Scotland and exhibition designers Martha.

Written Works

Written contributions and publications edited by Catriona Duffy and Lucy McEachan.