3:00pm, Sunday July 17th
Clydesdale Amateur Rowing Club
'The Clyde made Glasgow, and Glasgow made the Clyde', runs the old saying. It gave Glasgow life, connected it to the world, enabled it to become the trading powerhouse it once was, and has provided inspiration for centuries of writers and artists. So how is being treated in the city's largely post-industrial phase? Who really 'owns' the Clyde? What should we ask of it? What are the priorities for its future?
Photographer Robb Mcrae seeks to expand the visual representation of Edinburgh by documenting the various architectures in existence beyond the World Heritage Site. 15-17 July 2016. More info >
New Glasgow Society
1307 Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8TL
Playing on the water is an exhibition of new work by Nikki Kane which follows an extended period of research reflecting on ideas of the River Clyde as an under-used public space. Recent dialogue...
An exhibition of weaving and typography through letterpress prints.
The project explores weaving metal type, making the restricting process transform typography away from distinct graphic elements...
New Glasgow Society presents Craig Wright's 'Team Strong' - work based on the artist's personal experience of Glasgow gang culture, exploring themes of brotherhood and unity, groupthink and the loss of individual identity within the collective - through pattern and Glasgow gang, religious and cult symbolism.