Bridges Programmes will be running a new twice weekly course starting at MIN on Tuesday 26th September 2017 as part of the Scottish Refugee Integration Service. The course is free but participants must have an intermediate level of English and be able to commit to the full 10 weeks. Contact Maria at Bridges Programmes for more info.
A new collaboration with the Maryhill Burgh Halls , Burgh Books, which is a book club with a difference begins at the end of this month. See poster for details.
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
Glasgow based artist and mIN member Paria Goodarzi presents ‘Iranian Ancient’, an exhibition of seven batik textile works taken from the artists own personal experience and cultural influences.
Paria embraces a passion for colour and textiles and each artwork incorporates a simplified symbol of ancient Iran that is condensed to reflect the constraints imposed during certain periods of the country’s history.
The exhibition was launched at The Arches as part of the Refugee Scotland Festival, supported by mIN, AlbScott and the Scottish Refugee Council, and opened at Maryhill Burgh Halls on 1st August by Patrick Grady MP and will be on display until 5th September 2015.