Exploring Multilingualism Using Art-based Methods and Creative Practices 

Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
Argyle St, Glasgow, G3 8AG
Families/Young People Heritage Talk/Workshop

Discover how many different languages are spoken in Glasgow with a range of arts and crafts including drawing, painting and origami. Recharge your multilingual superpowers using art brought to you by social scientists from the University of Glasgow and the University of Strathclyde. 

Join us for some exciting art-making activities and explore the languages you and other people use! Unleash your creativity  writing and displaying words in multiple languages (including those you do not know and those you always wanted to learn), have fun painting and drawing your very own language portrait OR make a multilingual origami boat to add to a collaborative sculpture!  

Join anytime and leave when you need! 

All welcome – no booking required.

Presented as part of Glasgow Science Festival.