We are super excited to be taking part in Celtic Connections in the Community for our first event of 2020! Join us on Wednesday 22nd January for a fun evening of music and celebration. For more details or to sign up for the event visit our Facebook page here.
We’re pleased to announce that an Exhibition of The Sea of Paperwork children’s book launched during Refugee Festival Scotland 2019 will be on display at the CCA from Tuesday 12th to Sunday 17th November, with a preview of the Exhibition taking place on Monday 11th November from 6 – 8pm.
Co-curated with Artist Iman Tajik, the exhibition will present the original artwork created by young people through workshops and the process of illustration by Artist Garry Mac that was brought together to create the book in a space where you can experience movement/welcoming. The exhibition launch will also bring together the young people who were involved with the project from all the schools we worked with.
In addition there will be two talks as part of the exhibition:
Discussion with the Workshop Facilitators, Fri 15 Nov, 6pm-8pm, Free but ticketed / All ages
Discussion with the Workshop Participants, Sat 16 Nov, 4pm-6pm, Free but ticketed / All ages
Head to: http://www.cca-glasgow.com/programme/the-sea-of-paperwork-exhibition or our Facebook event page for more info and to book tickets for the discussions.
It’s our Refugee Festival Scotland event on Wednesday 26th June 2019. Join us for a fun evening of art, music, dance and celebration!
MIN are taking part in a number of events during Refugee Festival Scotland again this year, for more information on all the events taking place over the Festival check out the Refugee Festival Scotland website or to find out more and sign up to our individual events visit our Events page on Facebook. We look forward to seeing you there!
MIN’s Joyous Choir were the subject of this wonderful video made by students from the 2019 Documentary Production Course at the University of Stirling. We think the video gives great insight into the individual stories of members of the Choir and how being part of the Choir helps them to have a sense of belonging. You can catch the next Joyous Choir performance in Maryhill Park on Sunday 9th June at the Friends of Maryhill Park Summer Fair.