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
Please vote for ‘Under the Jasmine Tree’, the wonderful film MIN made in partnership with St Fillan’s Primary School and Media Co-op which has been nominated in this year’s Charity Film Awards, by clicking the link below. Launched during Refugee Festival Scotland 2019 ‘Under the Jasmine Tree’ is an animation created by Saint Fillan’s Primary School pupils, based on an original poem written by Glasgow-based Syrian poet and MIN Volunteer Saffanna. You can watch the film via the voting page or by visiting our MIN Films page. Winning the award would be a fantastic recognition for all the hard work that the children, their Teacher and MIN and Media Co-op Staff & Volunteers put into the project so your support would be greatly appreciated!
MIN’s new publication ‘The Sea of Paperwork’ is a story of migration by young people for young people, created through a collaboration between Maryhill Integration Network, conFAB, writer Pinar Aksu, artist Garry Mac and children & young people from across Glasgow. The book is now available for free from our Office or copies can be ordered via our Publications page for a donation of £5 per copy (plus p&p).
Launched during Refugee Festival Scotland 2019 ‘Under the Jasmine Tree’ is an animation created by Saint Fillan’s Primary School pupils, based on an original poem written by Glasgow-based Syrian poet and MIN Volunteer Saffanna. The children collaborated with Maryhill Integration Network and Media Co-op on this wonderful project that we are very pleased to share with you.