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.
A subtitled video introduction by the artist Jacqueline Donachie to her 2016 solo show at GOMA – Deep in the Heart of Your Brain
Some suggested reading on Jacqueline Donachie related to her 2016 solo show ‘Deep in the Heart of Your Brain’. Donachie has also sent books that influenced her work and research at the time.
Deep in the Heart of Your Brain Dates: 20 May – 13 November 2016 Space: Gallery 4 A major solo exhibition by Glasgow-based artist Jacqueline Donachie, including an ambitious new… Read more Jacqueline Donachie: Deep in the Heart of Your Brain →
In 2002 GoMA launched its social justice programmes with Sanctuary: Contemporary art and human rights. In this “Coffee with a Curator”, recorded on 9 April 2021, Producer Curator – Katie Bruce discusses the development of the social justice programmes for GoMA and their impact on the museum.
DOMESTIC BLISSDates: From 8 March 2019Venue: Gallery 4 Domestic Bliss presents works from Glasgow Museums’ collection reflecting on this building’s history as a former house, Royal Exchange and civic space.… Read more DOMESTIC BLISS →
GoMA is delighted to announce some exciting acquisitions we have made over the last few months for Glasgow Museums’ collection – with more to come (of course) – and it… Read more New Acquisitions announced! →
This time last year Deep in the Heart of Your Brain* had been open for a couple of weeks and the excellent reviews for the exhibition had started come in.… Read more Field Notes from the Heart’s Frontier // Moira Jeffrey →
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.