Between the 25th of November and the 10th of December organisations worldwide raise awareness of issues relating to violence against women. MIN will be taking part in the following events during the 16 Days:
Reclaim the Night
Join Rape Crisis in their annual reclaim the night march to mark the start of the 16 days of action for the elimination of violence against women for a march and Rally. This is an annual awareness raising event that marks the start of the 16 days of activism that highlights violence against women as a breach of human rights.
MIN Joyous Choir will perform!
When: Wednesday 25th November at 6.00pm
Where: The Botanic Gardens on Great Western Road
‘Hear Our Voice’ 16 Days of Action
Poster & film exhibition highlighting the issues relating to Violence Against Women.
When: Wednesday 25th November – Thursday 10th December,
Where: Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA)
Featuring White Ribbon Campaign Film made by members of MIN’s Men’s Group ‘A Strong Man’
This year we celebrate winter and the festive season with five projects all exploring the theme of ‘community’ or ‘winter’. Coming together in a combined sharing and networking event and featuring images from a new art project MIN is involved in, ‘The Polity of Φ’, a community-led research project, encouraging an open conversation on borders, questioning who exactly is welcome in Britain. Each aspect of the project, from the costume design to posters and visa application forms have been produced collaboratively with participants from Maryhill Integration Network.
When: Wednesday 25th November, 7pm
Where: Maryhill Burgh Hall, 10-24 Gairbraid Avenue, Glasgow G20 8YE
Buffet and drinks. Free and all welcome!
MIN is happy to announce it will be hosting the final part of CAMOC’s 2 day event in Glasgow focusing on migration and its representation in city museums.
On Friday 27th Nov at 1pm, MIN and Glasgow Open Museums will be showcasing the development of their partnership using art as a tool to create links and connections within the community.
By invitation only – for more information contact the MIN office on 0141 946 9106
Featuring MIN and AlbScott Colours of Life Dance International Performance
When: 29th of November 2pm-4:30pm
Where: Hillhead Primary School
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