Geetha - Harriet Simms

A Thread is a Journey

13:00 - 16:00

By Central and West Integration Network and The Glasgow School of Art

About the event:

Central and West Integration Network (CWIN) and The Glasgow School of Art have partnered on a 10-week creative project exploring textiles, fabric and patterns. Working with designer Christopher McEvoy, the group has learned skills in creating different textiles, printing, weaving and embroidery.

Inspired by each others cultures, they have developed their own fabric designs. All the sessions have been held remotely over Zoom which has brought both interesting challenges and fun experiences. Join us in person at our outdoor exhibition at Garnethill Multicultural Centre to see the final artworks that have been created including a co-designed printed CWIN cloth.

You do not need to register for this event.

The location of this event is:

Garnethill Multicultural Centre, 21 Rose Street, Glasgow, G3 6RE

For more information, please contact Harriet Simms at

Covid Guidance РFollowing Covid restrictions, for this outdoor event we ask all visitors to wear face masks when visiting the exhibition unless they cannot for medical reasons. All visitors must stay 2m away from anyone outside of their household. We will be providing hand sanitisers and you will need to sanitise your hands on arrival and departure. The exhibition is small in size, so we recommend you only come in a small group and the visit should take around 15 minutes. We can have a maximum of 8 people visiting the exhibition at a time and our stewards will direct people to ensure there is a smooth flow of traffic and avoid crowding. We will be asking you to leave your contact details in case we need to contact you after the event for Covid reasons only. If you are feeling unwell or have one of the 3 main symptoms of Covid (high temperature, new continuous cough or change in sense of smell or taste) then please do not visit the exhibition.

About Central and West Integration Network and The Glasgow School of Art:
CWIN and GSA Community Engagement have collaborated for the past 3 years on a series of creative projects. Using the experience of CWIN supporting asylum seekers and refugees and the experience of GSA with creative learning, our projects aim to develop skills and provide positive opportunities for creativity and play.


21 Rose Street

G3 6RE

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