Letters of Hope

Letters of Hope is a free open-air exhibition around Glasgow’s much loved Queen’s Park. We will write and decorate a series of letters and postcards at our Peer Support Group in the months before the festival and use them to make a walking trail that you can follow. The trail will start at MILK Café…

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From Other Spaces

Non Place Collective presents: From Other Spaces, an exhibition and performance by Mousa Alnana. “The space of non-place creates neither singular identity nor relations; only solitude, and similitude” – Marc Augé Mousa is a painter investigating the role of art in revolutions and storytelling. He was born and raised in Homs and has exhibited his work…

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Celebrating African Culture and Arts

Join Glasgow’s African community for a colourful celebration of art and culture. There will be music, poetry, traditional dancing and a children’s book reading by an African author based in Scotland. This event offers a safe space for refugees, people seeking asylum and members of the Black and Minority Ethnic community to reconnect with their…

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Pedal Power: Volunteer Portraits Launch Night

A photography exhibition, featuring portraits by Samuel Hauenstein Swan. Explore the stories of some of our Bikes For Refugees volunteers, their unique journeys, backgrounds, motivations and characters. From lifelong Glaswegians to New Scots, from mechanics to artists, from weans to greying ‘bike wizards’ – this selection of portraits is a tribute to our wonderful volunteers…

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Letters of Hope

Letters of Hope is a free open-air exhibition around Glasgow’s much loved Queen’s Park. We will write and decorate a series of letters and postcards at our Peer Support Group in the months before the festival and use them to make a walking trail that you can follow. The trail will start at MILK Café…

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