Our Youth Group has returned from their summer break with a new programme of Environmental Art activities with Operation Play Outdoors thanks to funding from Glasgow Connected Arts Network bring the kids along for lots of fun & free activities on Wednesday evenings!
Beginners Arabic Lessons with Saffanna starting at MIN in two weeks 📚📝 Contact Saffanna to register or for more information 🙂
Summer is nearly over but no need to feel down because that means our full Programme of Activities is starting back soon! 😁 Next week the lovely Knit for Unity: Across the Globe Knitting Group returns on Monday afternoon and our Joyous Choir will be filling MIN with song again on Thursday evening 🧶🎼 ESOL classes with Glasgow Life are back on Wednesday 21st August and all our other groups will be back the week beginning the 26th August. Check out the programme for details of the groups and return dates 🙂
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.