3 IN 1 EXHIBITION is an exhibition showing three works by three artists – Anne Mie Bak Andersen, Marie Anine Møller and Paula Duvå. The works in the exhibition are pointing in different directions thematically, but are all based in photography. The photograph is a tool to observe the world and a possibility to transform and stage what is seen. Its core is the line between being there and not existing at the same time.
An exhibition by Charlotte Duffy-Scott AKA Waste of Paint Productions
Using cardboard sculpture and illustration, Duffy-Scott hopes to capture some of the many characters of Glasgow.
This exhibition is comprised of four artists working within four different thematical approaches to the contemporary field of sculpture. Contextualizing ‘Ba Ham’- a Persian (Farsi) word meaning ‘with each other’, we have created a portmanteau; ‘Baham(ia)’ meaning togetherness.
We're collaborating with Scottish Civic Trust to increase the public's voice on the new Scottish planning system. Get involved.
Looking at hemp fibre reinforced lime mortar as an environmentally friendly alternative to concrete, with some of the people who have worked with and developed this innovative building material. Anyone interested in green building should come along! PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS CHANGED VENUE TO DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND. Contact SEDA for more details.
Pendolino is a loose collective of painters living and working in Glasgow and London.
We present the first in an ongoing series of group exhibitions taking place across the two cities.
SEDA Green Drinks - Sheds, Shallots and Shenanigans: being together and being alone on Glasgow's allotments with Hannah Victoria Connelly
Allotments are about being together but allotments are also about being alone. Allotments are about sharing vegetables, helping out and summer barbecues. Allotments are also about fierce independence – producing your own food takes determination – and the space for personal creativity.
Jamie and Joshua are young SEDA members who have been working on SEDABuild self-build projects at Milton in Glasgow and Bridgend in Edinburgh.
March 2017 - The other sides of the student accommodation debate
An unprecedented amount of construction of one type of building has taken place around Glasgow recently: 4800 dedicated places for students, with another 3800 currently under construction. These figures come from a piece in the Evening Times which caught our attention, and forms a welcome nuance to a debate which has become more popular and vigorous as these developments have become more ubiquitous, and the scale of development across the city more obvious.Read more ...
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