Walking Group - Week 10: Pollok Park

What a wonderful day for a walk in the park and what a wonderful park to walk in. Pollok Park in the Southside of Glasgow is not only the biggest park in the city but one of the most beautiful – especially on a sunny day. Our walking group were very pleased to get one of these last week for their trip and thoroughly enjoyed the sunshine. The Burrell Collection museum is currently closed for refurbishment but there is still plenty to do and see in the park.

There was wildlife aplenty with ducks, damselflies, newts and bees being spotted and lots of birdsong heard from the trees above. The group also had the great pleasure of seeing the shire horses grazing in the field and then being led along the riverbank.

It wasn’t the first time the group had been to the park but it was their first time to find the carved dinosaur bones in one of the cultivated garden areas.

For more information about the park visit  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pollok_Country_Park

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Walking Group - Week 9: Hidden Gardens

On Wednesday 17th May the walking group visited The Hidden Gardens located at the back of the Tramway museum.

We split into two groups for a 45 minute tour of the garden area, walking through traditional, woodland and raised bed areas. Our 'vouluntour' leader was Lisa, and she told us the history of the building that had been there before the museum and gardens.

It started life as a plant nursery before being home to a stone masonry, and then a tram depot which was also where the trams were constructed. The gardens still feature a large chimney from these factory days.

Before it became the arts venue it is today, it was the first location of the Glasgow Transport museum. The gardens feature several distinct areas including a lawn area where events, picnics and weekly tai chi classes take place.

The woodland area hosts the xylotheque, a wooden gazebo-like structure that is home to books, each made from wood featuring an inlaid panel and the name of the tree engraved on the corresponding page.

There is a nature area with houses for birds, bees and many other creatures as well as a mint border and herb beds. There is the opportunity to buy plants and also a wishing tree where you are able to write on a small biodegradable card and hang it from the tree.

The gardens are beautiful and peaceful, with many nooks and crannies tucked away so visitors can have a private spot to relax or work in peace. Popular with families there is a host of events taking place year round, check out thehiddengardens.org.uk for more details.
-Morag McGilchrist

The Walking Group is supported by Tesco Bags of Help

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Project Ability bags £4200 from carrier bag charge fund

We are delighted to announce that we have bagged £4200 from a Tesco funding scheme!

Tesco teamed up with Groundwork to launch its Bags of Help funding initiative, which sees grants of up to £5,000, £2,000 and £1,000 – all raised from the 5p bag levy – being awarded to thousands of  local community projects every year. greenspace scotland is working with Groundwork to provide support to communities in Scotland. Millions of shoppers voted in stores up and down the country. And it can now be revealed Project Ability has been awarded £4200 to keep our Walking Group going for another year!

“Funding from the Tesco Bags of Help scheme will help people with disabilities who take part in our visual art studio to enjoy a years’ programme of safe walks and visits to places of cultural importance in and around Glasgow.” Said Elisabeth Gibson, Executive Artistic Director.

Tony McElroy, Tesco’s Head of Communications in Scotland, said: “Bags of Help has been a fantastic success. We’ve been overwhelmed by the response from our customers. The great thing about Bags of Help is that local people are invited to decide how the money will be spent in their community. We can’t wait to see the projects come to life.”

Voting ran in stores throughout February with customers choosing which local project they would like to get the top award using a token given to them at the check-out. Since launching in 2015, Bags of Help has awarded more than £28.5 million across more than 4,000 local projects.

To find out more about Bags of Help, visit www.tesco.com/bagsofhelp

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Walking Group - Week 8: Radical Craft

West Kilbride is Scotland’s first accredited craft town and The Barony Centre is the jewel in its crown.

The current exhibition, ‘Radical Craft’, was co-curated by Laura Hamilton, one of Project Ability’s board members, so the walking group took a trip by train to have a look.

You will see in the photographs that it is a wonderful and varied show with a fascinating range of materials and methods used in the making of the images and objects.

The group spent a long time looking at the exhibition with some guidance and information from Laura before cups of tea and a walk through the village.

There were several artist studios and shops along the way, most of which were unfortunately closed for the day, but a basket-making workshop was open and the group popped in there to have a look around and make a purchase.

This wonderful exhibition runs until 11th June so there is still some time to visit. You can find more information at http://www.crafttownscotland.org/forthcoming-exhibitions-2017/

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Walking Group -Week 7: Alexandra Park

The name Glasgow is derived from the Gaelic word 'Glaschu' which means 'green hollow' or 'dear green place'. The name is still a very appropriate one as there are more than 100 parks and green spaces scattered across the city.

One of the favourites of these is Alexandra Park to the east of the city in the easily accessible district of Dennistoun. Our walking group travelled there on a 38 bus and enjoyed a good leg-stretching walk. For most of the group it was their first visit to the park but for one person it brought back some early memories as her parents had lived next to the park and she had been their several times as a child. She remarked that it 'seemed much bigger then'.

There was a great deal of wildlife activity around the pond with squirrels, crows, pigeons, swans and many other water fowl so it was a bit of a nature lover's paradise with many photo opportunities.

After the tour of the park, many of the walkers went their separate ways but a couple of people carried on walking. The next stop was a visit to a little known statue of Buffalo Bill in the grounds of some flats on Whitehill Street. The sculpture is a bit of a mystery as several web searches have not revealed the name of the artist who made it, so if anyone knows, please tell us!

Finally, an impromtu visit to Market Galley on Duke Street to see 'The Minch' reveals a series of fascinating interactive installations by Suzanne Déry and Susannah Stark before a walk back into town.

You can find more info about Alexandra Park here  and 'The Minch' and Market Gallery here 

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Walking Group - Week 6: WASPS

The walking group doesn’t just give participants the opportunity to get out and about for a walk, it also opens doors to many interesting places and gives the group the chance to meet a range of talented people.

For last week’s outing, a visit to Wasps Studios in Hanson Street was organised to meet some of the artists that work in the ceramics and glass studios.

First was Glasgow Ceramics Studios to meet with Nicola Henderson who was previously an artist in residence at Project Ability. Nicola gave the group a short tour of the studios and then a look at some of the pieces she has been working on.

The group then popped in next door to Glasgow Glass Studio for another short tour and some chat with glass artists Fiona and Brian. It was a fascinating and informative afternoon.

For more information about the studios visit: www.glasgowceramicstudio.com and www.glasgowglassstudio.co.uk

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Walking Group - Week 5: Tramway

It’s been a while since our walking group has ventured south of the river so a visit to Tramway in Pollokshields was something to look forward to.

The walk from the city centre is a good leg stretcher with plenty of interest along the way. Tramway had three exhibitions to entertain the group; a video by Berlin based Oliver Laric, some large scale sculptures by Claire Barclay and a group show by the Tramway over 55s art group.

There was also time for a turn round the Hidden Gardens for those that felt like more walking before getting the bus back into town.

You can find out what’s on in Tramway on their website: http://www.tramway.org

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Walking Group - Week 4: Milngavie

It seems that Milngavie is one of our walking group’s favourite destinations as they made another return visit there last week. One of the regular walkers lives there so he has good local knowledge of the best places to go for a dander.

First stop was Tannoch Loch, a small body of water with a broad range of waterfowl that came to the water’s edge to greet the group and be photographed.

One of the great attractions to Milngavie is the Lillie Gallery. The group have been to several exhibitions there and it has yet to disappoint. An exhibition of portraits of Scottish writers by photographer Angela Catlin filled the walls of the main gallery and in the two smaller galleries there were some paintings from the Lillie collection and a group show of work by artists from Dunoon. This last show was the main attraction for the group as one of our Project Ability tutors, Sandi Kiehlmann, was showing some of her latest textile pieces.

You can find out more about Lillie Gallery by clicking here.

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Walking Group - Week 3: The Lighthouse

"For anyone who has yet to visit The Lighthouse on Mitchell Lane, now is a good time to go as the place is heaving with interesting exhibitions. Mind you, even without the exhibitions it’s a great place to visit as from the top of the building there are wonderful views across the city in every direction.

On the day that our group visited, the lift to the indoor viewing platform was out of order so they bravely took the tower staircase up to the outdoor one. It’s quite a tiring climb but the views from the top make it more than worth the effort.

After some time in the Lighthouse looking at the views and the exhibitions the group took a walk across to the nearby St Enoch Centre to have a look in The Unexpected Artist.

This is a relatively new shop which houses an exhibition space and a couple of areas for resident artists to work in. The group were welcomed by one of the artists who carried on working on his painting while the group had a look around.

A fine day for views and viewings."

You can find out more about The Lighthouse here and even take a virtual tour of some parts of the building.

More information about the Unexpected Artist can be found here.
 

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Walking Group - Week 2: Glasgow

Our walking group didn't stray too far from home last week with visits to some nearby arts venues.

First stop was The Briggait, a magnificent historic building next to the river Clyde and headquarters of Wasps studios. The building was Glasgow's fish market for over 100 years and after a short spell as a shopping centre in the early 1980s, it lay empty before it was converted to artist's studios and exhibition spaces.

The next stop was another historic building; The Gallery of Modern Art.

This building was originally built as a townhouse for a wealthy tobacco merchant and slave trader before spending time as a bank, a library and then it's current function as home to much of Glasgow's collection of modern art and visiting exhibitions of contemporary art from across the world. It is perhaps most famous now for the statue of the Duke of Wellington that stands outside its entrance and often sporting some iconic headgear.

Click here to find out more about the Briggait, and here to read more about The Gallery of Modern Art.

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Walking Group - Week 1: Edinburgh

"Our walking group got off to a fine start to the year with a trip to Edinburgh to see some exhibitions.

First stop was the National Portrait Gallery to see the BP Portrait Awards. This annual exhibition is made up of a selection of submissions from across the world and is always good for at least one ‘my goodness is that really a painting?’ moment. There was also a lovely show of landscape photography.

Next was The Fruitmarket Gallery for a show of paintings, objects and video work by South African artists William Kentridge and Vivienne Koorland.

Finally a visit to Dovecot where the staff had kindly organised a space for the group to have their packed lunches before a visit to the gallery to see ‘Colour & Light’, an exhibition of textile works. Dovecot Rug Tufter Kristi Vana was on hand to treat the group to a demonstration of colour mixing with wool which was both fun and enlightening."

We look forward to seeing much more from the walking group throughout 2017! 

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Walking Group - Week 22: Milngavie

Photo by Alan

The Lillie Gallery in Milngavie is a popular spot with our walking group and they have visited several times before and always received a warm welcome. On this occasion they were met by James, the gallery manager, who gave an introduction to the current exhibition of works by Joan Eardley.

Photo by Doalty

Before visiting the gallery, the group went for a short walk through the village and then along a pathway by the Allander Water.

Alongside the Joan Eardley exhibition, the Lillie currently have their Christmas show which is a mix of paintings, prints and craft pieces.

Photo by Julie

Photo by Julie

Click here to find out more information about these exhibitions.

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Photo by Simon

Photo by Simon

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Photo by Doalty

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Photo by William

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Walking Group - Week 21: Glasgow Museums Resource Centre

Photo by Stuart

The bus journey to the Glasgow Museums Resource Centre (GMRC) was long and winding and our group was a little late in arriving but they were greeted by a smiling Joanna who was to be the tour guide for our visit.

Only 2% of Glasgow's collection of over one million objects is on show at any given time and the GMRC houses all the pieces that are not currently on display either in Glasgow or on loan to other galleries and museums throughout the world. There are more than 3000 paintings in storage there and it was this particular area of the collections that this visit focused on.

Photo by Stuart

Joanna had selected a few pieces to show the group to start the tour, including the oldest painting in the collection, a portrait of Saint Laurence which dates back 400 years. The group were then invited to request pieces by particular artists that they would like to see. It was a fascinating tour which left everyone wanting to see more.

Photo by Scott

Photo by Scott

The GMRC is open to visitors for tours at 2:30pm each day apart from Mondays. All tours must be booked in advance. For further information click here

There is also an online resource where you can look at images and read information about many of the pieces in the collections here

Photo by Simon

Photo by Simon

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Photo by Dennis

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Photo by Celine

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Walking Group - Week 20: Stirling University

Photo by Celine

Stirling University is located several miles outside the city and is set in beautiful grounds with views to the Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle and Dumyat Hill. On the day our walking group went to visit there was a sprinkling of snow on the hills and the trees were displaying their full autumnal colours.

Photo by Stuart

Photo by Stuart

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As well as a wonderful location, the university has a fabulous art collection which is on display throughout the corridors of Pathfoot building. One of the first pieces the group saw on entering the building was a painting made by Project Ability tutor Sharon Quigley whose work we went to see in Bellahouston Park on our last outing. As well as the more long term displays of works by Scottish luminaries such as Alasdair Gray, JD Fergusson and Norman McLaren there are areas put aside for shorter term exhibitions and our group found a small exhibition by Artlink and Reachout With Art In Mind along with a show of photographic works by Calum Colvin that included a couple of stereoscopic pieces to be viewed through 3d spectacles.

Photo by Scott

Photo by Scott

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Photo by Alan S

After a visit to the cafeteria the group went for a further walk in the grounds before returning to the city and catching the bus home.

Photo by Alan

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Photo by Alan

Photo by Cameron

You can find information about the art collection on their website here

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Walking Group - Week 19: Bellahouston Park

Photo by Simon

Our walking group have visited Bellahouston Park a couple of times before, but each time they have been very unlucky with the weather and had to take cover inside. This time however, the weather was glorious so they were able to have a good look around and see parts of the park that they had missed before.

Photo by Celine

Photo by Alan

The main reason for their visit on this occasion was to see an exhibition of paintings by artist (and Project Ability tutor) Sharon Quigley in the Pavillion Gallery. Everyone was agreed that it was a beautiful exhibition.

Other highlights of the day were the maze, the Victorian walled garden and the sunken garden.

Sharon's exhibition runs until 4 December. Click here for more details.

Photo by Alan

Photo by Alan

Photo by Alan

Photo by Alan

Photo by Celine

Photo by Celine

Photo by Morag

Photo by Morag

Photo by Morag

Photo by Morag

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Photo by Simon

Photo by Simon

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Photo by Stuart

Photo by Stuart

Photo by Stuart

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Walking Group - Week 18: Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum

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For many people in Glasgow, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is like an old friend. It has many familiar exhibits and everyone has their own favourite items that they like to visit.

Our walking group visit there last week was to see a newly opened room - Life in the Rainforest - where some of the sights and sounds from the South American jungles can be experienced.

As the weather outside was pleasant, the group then took a walk through Kelvingrove Park and up to Park Circus to visit another gallery, The Common Guild, to see the Sharon Hayes exhibition 'In My Little Corner of the World Anyone Would Love You'.

Following this, another walk back through the park took the group to the newly refurbished Kelvinhall, which now holds and displays some of the collections from Glasgow Museums, The University of Glasgow and National Library of Scotland.

You can find out more about these places on the following websites: Glasgow Museums - Life in the Rainforest ; The Common Guild; Kelvinhall

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Photo by Heather

Photo by Heather

Photo by Heather

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Photo by Morag

Photo by Morag

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Photo by Simon

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Photo by Stuart

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Walking Group - Week 17: Edinburgh

It had been a while since our walking group had a trip across to Edinburgh for a wander and as there were some great exhibitions about to end, last week seemed like a good time to put that right.

The group had a short list of three galleries to visit, but managed to squeeze in a couple more before deciding their legs had worked hard enough and it was time to relax on the coach back to Glasgow.

The galleries we visited were: Scottish National Portrait Gallery; The Fruitmarket Gallery; Stills; Talbot Rice Gallery; Dovecot Gallery

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Walking Group - Week 16: Auchinlea Park

There are many hidden gems waiting to be discovered in and around Glasgow, and one of these is tucked away in an area of parkland just a few minutes walk from the bustling Fort shopping centre in Easterhouse.

Provan Hall is a 15th century house set in beautiful gardens within Auchenlea Park.

The house is open to the public and is said to be haunted but our group visit went without any spooky sightings.

You can find lots of historical information about Provan Hall here.

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Walking Group - Week 15: Linn Park

Linn Park on the south side of Glasgow was the destination for our walking group last week. The park is one of the largest in the city, second only to Pollok Park, and has many interesting features.

The group started off with a visit the oldest part of the adjacent cemetery. Over the past couple of months there have been visits to several of the city's cemeteries and this one proved to be one of the most interesting and atmospheric.

The signals of autumn were already making themselves seen, with colours of red and russet making an appearance on some of the trees, and the paths adorned in their first layer of fallen leaves.

There is lots of historic and current information about the park on this website.

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Walking Group - Week 14: Glasgow Necropolis

The origin of the word necropolis is from the Ancient Greek language and literally means ‘city of the dead’. Our walking group visited the Glasgow Necropolis last week and found it to be very lively. It was a glorious sunny day and the terraces were alive with tourists and locals alike, enjoying a stroll in the historic surroundings.

The views across the city are spectacular and many of the tombs are beautifully sculpted and carved with interesting information. One of our walkers investigated Wikipedia and found a fascinating page that interpreted the symbols used on headstones which added a great deal of interest to the walk.

On the way up the High Street, the group called in to Civic Room, a gallery that was previously one of the Linen Banks that used to be found around the city. There they met MollyMae, one of the artists whose work was on display in an exhibition called Boundings.

On the way back to base, a couple of the walkers took a small diversion into another cemetery, this one to the rear of the old Ramshorn Kirk on Ingram Street.

You can find more information about Glasgow Necropolis here, Ramshorn Cemetery here and the Civic Room exhibition here

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Walking Group - Week 12: Pollok Park

'Another beautiful day for our walking group when they took a trip to Pollok Park.

The plan was to visit the Burrell museum but it was much too nice a day to be indoors so instead they had a walk in the park making a visit to the Pollok beech tree, the wildlife garden and a stroll along the banks if the river Cart.'

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Walking Group - Week 11: Rouken Glen

It was one of those beautiful sunny days last week when our walking group travelled south to explore Rouken Glen Park.

It was perfect weather for ice cream and an ideal day for spending time in the more shady, wooded areas of the park.

The walled garden was a joy to explore as well but the sunshine was too much for some, so after some time admiring the plants the group headed back into the glen to cool down.

You can find out more about the park and how to get there on their website.

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Walking Group - Week 10: Fairfield Heritage Centre

Our walking group took a trip to Govan last week to visit the Fairfield Heritage Centre. Set in the recently restored Fairfield Shipbuilding Offices, the museum holds a collection of interesting pieces that pay tribute to the history of shipbuilding on the Clyde.

The group, who were given a guided tour by a very helpful woman called Flora, were also lucky to catch the display of proposed designs for a sculpture of Mary Barbour. Barbour, a political activist, was a resident of Govan and the main organiser of the women of Govan who took part in the rent strikes of 1915.

After the tour, the group walked back towards the city centre, some taking the bus part of the way and the others walking all the way along the Clydeside in the splendid sunshine.

Fairfield Heritage Centre is open Monday to Friday, between 1pm and 4pm.

For more information visit http://www.fairfieldgovan.co.uk/heritage/

 

 

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A Marathon Canal Walk

On Sunday 22nd May, a group of walkers walked an entire marathon (26.2 miles) to raise funds for Project Ability. The group included Project Ability board member Bevis Evans-Teush and ReConnect tutor Celine Mcilmunn. Their route took them along the Union Canal and Forth and Clyde Canal footpaths, all the way from from Polmont to Glasgow.

They have raised a fantastic £272 so far, and there is still time to donate by visiting https://localgiving.org/fundraising/projectabilitymarathoncanalwalk

All donations will go to Project Ability, so dig deep! 

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Walking Group - Week 9: Cuningar Loop

Sunshine, ice cream and a riverside walk in good company. Is there a better way to spend the afternoon?

Our walking group took a walk on the Clyde side last week for an exploration of the Cuningar Woodland Park, also known as the Cuningar Loop, a wonderful new Forestry Commission park in Rutherglen which opened in March.

It was a perfect day for a walk and some of the group took full advantage of the playpark facilities and tried out the zip slides, swings and bouldering rocks.

There is still some work being done on the park so the birdsong was occasionally interrupted by the sound of diggers but apart from that the day was quite idyllic.

You can find out more about the park at http://scotland.forestry.gov.uk/visit/cuningar-loop

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Walking Group - Week 8: Hunterian Museum of Zoology and Anatomy

It seems that the weather is a bit confused at the moment about what season it currently is. Last Wednesday, for our walking group, there was a mix of streaming sunshine one minute and snow and hailstones the next.

Their outing was also a mix, starting off with a walk through Kelvingrove to Glasgow University in search of the Museum of Zoology. This was the first time any of the group had visited this museum and it was full of interesting things to look at.

This was followed by a short walk across the campus to the Anatomy Museum. There was a large group of art students making drawings on the upper level so the group stayed downstairs where there was plenty to look at before going outside again and across to the Hunterian Gallery for a short look at one of the exhibitions there: 'William Hunter to Damien Hirst: The Dead Teach the Living', a show which spans the centuries with very recent works shown alongside some from several hundred years ago.

The Museums of Zoology and Anatomy are open to the public. Further information can be found at: http://www.gla.ac.uk/hunterian/visit/ourvenues/

'William Hunter to Damien Hirst: The Dead Teach the Living' continues until 5 March 2017

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Walk a mile in my shoes

A small number of our walking group went along to Glasgow Green last Wednesday (20/04) to join with the 'walk a mile in my shoes' mental health awareness raising walk. They were also joined by David Roeder, our current artist in residence, but he managed to avoid the photograph!

There was a great turnout and it was a beautiful evening.

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Walking Group - Week 6: Glasgow International

Glasgow International. Where does one begin? With an enormous number of exhibitions to chose from, it's hard to know where to start so our walking group decided to break the ice close to home with a look at our very own Simon McAuley's paintings in 'Strange quarks' and a short talk from the artist himself.

After that it was full steam ahead to meet with artist Kate V Robertson for an introduction to her installation 'Semper Solum' in Oxford House, the site of an old courtroom. While there the group also looked in on the Carol Rhodes exhibition before moving on to two other locations in the area to see Toby Christian and Duncan Marquiss's 'Renderuin' and a show of paintings by Louis Michel Eilshemius.

From there it was a short hike north to GOMA to see all four exhibitions that are currently there. All in all it was an art-filled day with some very differing opinions about what was on show.

You can find the full listings for Glasgow International on their website http://www.glasgowinternational.org

The festival runs until 25 April.

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Walking Group - Week 5: House for an Art Lover

Our walking group have been to Bellahouston Park a couple of times before but had not had the opportunity to explore all of the park.

Last week they arrived early for their prearranged workshop with the Carolyn Alexander, the current artist in residence at House for an Art Lover so they took a walk in a different direction from usual and discovered some very interesting places.

It was tempting to stay outside in the open and enjoy the many signs of Spring but when it was time for the workshop the group headed down to the Pavilion where they were met by Carolyn who had the kettle on and plans for a very interesting workshop.

This included a visit to the House for an Art Lover and a couple of drawing sessions. The drawings were made in response to some of the features in the house and also to Carolyn's work in her exhibition 'Der Vogel [The Bird]' where she focuses on a carving of a bird's head which can also be found inside the house.

This exhibition is about to end but Carolyn will be showing some more of her work during Glasgow International in the Pod Room in the Sheds next to the Pavilion gallery. You can find some information about Carolyn's work at http://www.houseforanartlover.co.uk/arts/airborne-residencies/in-residence

After the workshop the group went for a quick look at another exhibition in the Pavilion complex; a series of beautiful bird mosaics by a community group hosted by Impact Arts.

There was time for a quick play on the swings and zip-slide in the play park before heading back into town.

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Walking Group - Week 3: Tramway

Spring is in the air, and an ideal place to witness its approach is the Hidden Gardens at Tramway. Snowdrops and crocuses are beginning to bloom in these tranquil surroundings, and our walking group spent some time exploring the nooks and crannies and discovering some of the half-hidden gems that are to be found there.

The starting point for the outing was the Richard Slee exhibition which can currently be found in gallery 5 at the front of the building; a beautifully presented show of colourful and amusing sculptures.

Then it was an exploration of some of the rest of the building before a visit to the gardens at the rear.

Across the road from Tramway, on the site of some demolished buildings, a group called Playhouse have begun to create a series of buildings and walkways with a view to creating areas for social and artistic activity.

The group had a chat with the people working there before having a look around the site and then walking back into the city centre.

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