This project brings together scholars from three continents wishing to pursue original, interdisciplinary research focused on the global reach of feminist writing and women’s movements. While the transformation of women’s social status is one of the most significant developments of the post-war period, little is known about the precise ways in which women’s rights campaigners across different national and cultural settings communicated with one another, read and translated each other’s texts, and locally re-contextualised them. Historical findings and new theoretical approaches will be discussed at three international workshops, and disseminated through academic publications and a series of web resources, including an interactive historical map and databases.

Are you #proGlasgow? Discover a whole new side to Scotland’s biggest city. Taking an appreciative and hyper-local approach since February 2016.

Glasgow Songwriting Festival

Learn from the UK’s finest songwriters. Twelve hours of songwriting workshops and an all-star opening concert crammed into one fantastic friendly weekend celebrating the diverse art of songwriting.

The Workers Theatre is a new project to create a co-operatively owned and managed theatre in Scotland. We’re launching with residencies, collaborations and pop-up events, working towards opening a new venue. Our work will be guided by our Manifesto for a Workers Theatre, and will always be run on democratic co-operative principles

St Mungo’s Mirrorball

St Mungo’s Mirrorball ran its first event on Wednesday 16th March 2005, a reading by the American poet Mark Doty at the Glasgow School of Art, and has since run numerous events showcasing the work of emerging and established poets, organised and hosted by the poet Jim Carruth. Our aims are to support the development of poetry and poets in Glasgow and to raise the profile of poetry in Glasgow and Glasgow poetry.

Havana Glasgow Film Festival

Havana Glasgow Film Festival is the brainchild of Eirene Houston, a screenwriter and director, who has been travelling and working in Havana for almost 20 years. She will tell you there are a lot more similarities between the city and her home in Glasgow than you may first think. Eirene and Glasgow Ciy Council believe that the Havana Glasgow Film Festival is a great way to promote the twin city relationship and to give people from Glasgow and beyond the opportunity to celebrate and learn more about Cuban Cinema and see films which are not easily available.

We provide guided walking tours of Glasgow’s music scene, past and present. As well as private tours at a time that suits you, we offer three weekly tours: Glasgow’s Music Mile From Glasgow Royal Concert Hall to King Tut’s, via Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow’s Music Mile tour is a whistle-stop guide around the city centre, an area teeming with music venues past and present. Hear tales from the heyday of the late, lamented Apollo; check out the home of Celtic Connections and marvel at the many successful bands that started out at King Tut’s. Finishing at the famous venue, this tour includes the opportunity to literally follow in the early footsteps of bands like Oasis, Blur and the Manic Street Preachers. You will have the chance to stand under the lights at King Tut’s and grab a selfie on the stage that helped launch so many great acts. The Glasgow’s Music Mile tour is a great way to see what makes Glasgow’s music scene tick. Join us as we explore a neighbourhood rich in both musical myths and scuzzy backroom stages where the next generation of guitar heroes are paying their dues.

The German cultural institute in Scotland. Learn German with us, visit our library and join us for a variety of cultural events.

Companaidh tèatar co-aimsireil, a’ riochdachadh tèatar ùr ann an #Gàidhlig | Contemporary #theatre company, producing original theatre in #Gaelic

Lost Glasgow is a page devoted to the documentation, discussion and appreciation of Glasgow’s changing architecture and its community throughout the last few centuries, and more! Acting as an online, interactive archive ‘Lost Glasgow’ allows its followers to share, discuss and learn from the city’s colourful past through like minded individuals and even the city’s own residents. All images on this page have been submitted to us by individuals or groups from their own private collection, are images that we have collected and received explicit permission to upload and recreate, or that we have sourced from websites/collectors archives that offer free and welcome distrubution of their material, and are credited for on each image and within their relevant album.