Image copyright Tom Manley

A collaboration between The Glasgow Tenement Project and New Glasgow Society.

The tenement is woven into the fabric of Glasgow' Frank Arneil Walker

Join us for a week-long exhibition and an evening of talks, performances and literary readings celebrating the place of the tenement in the past, present and future of the city. The event will take place as part of Doors Open Day at New Glasgow Society, 1307 Argyle Street from 14th – 20th September 2015.

The evening event is on the 18th September. It's free, but ticketed - so please register here.


Featured contributors include:

Waste Of Paint Productions

Charlotte Duffy, cardboard artist and brains behind Waste of Paint Productions (Twitter) will be creating a new, tenement-inspired installation piece over the course of the week

Dress for the Weather

Matt McKenna of architectural design practice Dress for the Weather (Twitter) will introduce us to their 'Tenement Typology' project 

Finch & Fouracre

Finch & Fouracre (Twitter) will display their 'Tinyments' and other architectural models 

Calum Rodger - Poet

Calum Rodger (Twitter) will be treating our ears to new tenement-inspired works 

Marion Gardyne

Marion will be displaying her architectural collages - you can also see her work at a larger exhibition at The Lighthouse

Tom Manley

Tom will display photographic works (Twitter) that explores our relationship with tenement buildings 

Maria Velez-Serna

Post-doctoral researcher Maria will be showing a film-collage of old footage of Glasgow's tenement entitled ''Back-court bairns: Tenement life in early Scottish films'.

Come and join us, view, discuss and contribute! The premises will be open from 10am to 4pm throughout Doors Open week.