Glasgow International Director’s Programme Nirbhai (Nep) Singh SidhuAn Immeasurable Melody, Medicine for a NightmareGallery 111 June — 05 September 2021 For his first solo exhibition in Europe, Canadian artist Nep… Read more Nirbhai (Nep) Singh Sidhu: An Immeasurable Melody, Medicine for a Nightmare →
Like all museums and galleries across the world our plans for 2021 are ever changing and responding to the extraordinary times that we are currently living in. But one thing that hasn’t changed is that GoMA will be 25 this year and that marks a moment in the history of the organisation that we felt we couldn’t miss, even though we may not be able to programme exhibitions and events or gather to celebrate in the way that we would have loved to for this year.
For this latest installment of GoMA at Home & GoMA at 25, artist Jacqueline Donachie was in conversation with GoMA Producer Curator, Katie Bruce to discuss Donachie’s memories of GoMA opening along with the reaction of her and her peers.
This talk was recorded on Wednesday 30 June 2020 with artist Kate V Robertson. Robertson’s work ‘Better Versions #1-8’, was acquired for Glasgow Museums with support from Outset Scotland in… Read more At Home – Talks: Artist Talk with Kate V Robertson →
An Exercise in Exorcism
Saturday 20 November, 4pm
Barby Asante with sorryyoufeeluncomfortable part of Polygraphs at GoMA for Glasgow International 2018 Date: 5 May 2018 Space: Gallery 4 Previously performed at Nottingham Contemporary, October Gallery in London, and… Read more BNR II part of Polygraphs at GoMA for Glasgow International 2018 →
This month we are exploring the theme of Landscapes during our Art for Baby online session and more importantly, this month is Women’s History Month. To combine these two wonderful themes into this reading section of the blog, our Learning Assistant, Sarah, is recommending the book ‘Devotion’ by Patti Smith.
After Dark Date: 3 May 2018 Space: Gallery 4 After Dark was a live broadcast event that hosted six artists in conversation, paying homage to the TV series After Dark,… Read more After Dark / part of Polygraphs at GoMA for Glasgow International 2018 3 May 2018 →
In June 2012, as part of Glasgow International’s Programme of art installations and events,Karla Black transformed GOMA’s distinctive main exhibition space with new sculptures made in and for the gallery. In this project, we are going to be inspired by this amazing artist to experiment with materials.