Celebrating the artwork and collective insights that have emerged through ‘For Freedom Space with Rivers’ project.
Join us to celebrate the commissioned artwork and collective insights that have emerged through the For Freedom Space with Rivers project, a collaboration between the University of Glasgow, the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice, Interfaith Glasgow and a variety of independent artists across Glasgow. .
The project follows on from a series of creative conversations hosted by the University of Glasgow during COP26, as well as from a series of collective actions by interfaith, asylum seeker and other communities during the summit. It has evolved through a series of interconnecting community-based creative workshops and twelve individually commissioned artworks. The project is interested in adaptive freedom space for rivers thinking in the context of contemporary urban Glasgow. It has invited diverse artists to come together across multiple differences to explore this thnking creatively and personally. This celebratory event opens out these explorations and shares artworks that have been created.
11:00 – 11:15 | Register/Gather
11:15 – 11:30 | Introductions
11:30 – 12:30 | Sharing of Artwork and Q&A with the artists
12:30 – 13:15 | Vegetarian Lunch
13:15 – 13:45 | Sharing of Artwork and Q&A with the artists
13:45 – 14:00 | Discussion and Close
Vegetarian Lunch will be provided. Please advise us of any other dietary or access requirements when reserving your space.
The James Arnott Theatre is accessible to wheelchair users via a ramped entrance to the side of the main entrance. Please let us know in advance if you will be using this entrance, so we can ensure it is open.
Tickets are very limited for this one-off event. If you book a ticket then find you cannot come, please contact the event organisers so that someone else can take your place.
We look forward to welcoming you! If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
For Freedom Space with Rivers is funded by Being Human, the UK’s only national festival of the humanities, and presented as a legacy project of the University of Glasgow’s The Dear Green Bothy programme, hosting creative and critical responses to climate emergency.