- You've got until 5pm tomorrow to apply for 1 day/wk Communications Assistant with SCAN - share please! #artjobs https://t.co/QrSS3DR7Lm
- You catch Kate Davis work 'charity' @StillsEdinburgh this summer,or @LUXmovingimage? Amy Tobin delves into the work https://t.co/4NuvQUKCll
- After oil boom, @RCloughton considers value of art in Aberdeen -incl @AnatomyRooms where SCAN have event next wkend https://t.co/Z5Kb4xAAsd
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17 September 2016 until 21 December 2016
Glasgow Women's Library
Tall Tales is a national touring programme bringing together the work of 17 international women artists. Each of the artists taking part looks at narrative, story-telling and playing, exploring the often blurred lines between fiction and reality. Tall Tales exhibition launches on Friday 21st October, 5pm to 8pm and we hold an Open Day on Saturday 22nd October, 12pm to 4pm.
Exhibitions are open during GWL opening hours: 9.30am to 5pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and 9.30am to 7.30pm on Thursday, and on Saturday from 12pm to 4pm.
Artists: Alinah Azadeh (Lewes, UK), Ruth Barker (Glasgow, UK), Nicky Bird (Glasgow, UK), Jacqueline Butler (Manchester, UK), Sharon Campbell (Manchester, UK), Beth Collar (Bristol, UK), Alison Erika Forde (Manchester, UK), Sarah Forrest (Glasgow, UK), Rachel Goodyear (Manchester, UK), Oona Grimes (London, UK), Margarete Berger-Hamerschlag (b. Vienna, Austria 1902, died London, England 1958), Lila De Magalhaes (LA, USA), Laure Prouvost (London, UK), Ma Qiusha (Beijing, China), Lauren Sagar (Manchester, UK), Mirjam Somers (Rotterdam, NL), Nina Yuen (New York, USA).