Remnants, scheduled to take place next Saturday the 21st of March at Civic Room, High Street, Glasgow will be postponed due to COVID-19 concerns.
We are very disappointed to have to cancel the events but plan to re-schedule later this year.
Join Panel and Voices of Experience for an afternoon of walking, performance and conversation, to celebrate the launch of Remnants, a free newspaper for the Merchant City.
Outside, 1:30pm – 2:30pm
A new view of the Necropolis – Meeting Point at the Bridge of Sighs (the bridge over Wishart Street that leads into the Necropolis)
Walking Tour led by Conservation Architect Fiona Sinclair
Inside, 2:30pm – 4:00pm
Newspaper Launch at Civic Room
Rhona Warwick Paterson performance of Outwith
Jade Halbert and Diane Watters in conversation, chaired by Suzanne Ewing of Voices of Experience
215 High St,
For Remnants, written and illustrated commissions from Tiffany Boyle, Morag Cross, Jade Halbert, Caitlin MacLeod, Rhona Warwick Paterson, Diane Watters, Laura Richmond and Louise Welsh and conversations between Fiona Sinclair with Mairi Laverty, Adele Patrick with Akiko Kobayashi, Kirsteen Borland with Heather Claridge and Anne Duff with Cathy Houston, pay attention to how women’s contributions have been rendered in/visible through the formation and use of urban space in Glasgow’s Merchant City and beyond. Remnants is a part of 'Of Lovely Tyrants and Invisible Women', a programme, curated by Civic Room, featuring four solo exhibitions by artists, Lauren Printy Currie, Ashanti Harris, Thulani Rachia and Marija Nemčenko and a newspaper publication by Panel. Pick up a free copy, distributed across the Merchant City during Spring 2020.
The programme is kindly supported by