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Ashanti Harris: An Exercise in Exorcism // Saturday 20 November 2021, 4pm

GoMA will host a performance of An Exercise in Exorcism – a performance re-conceived by Ashanti Harris for three dancers to be performed in the opulent main space at GoMA. This continues the series of performances where artists have been commissioned to to respond to the building and develop a performance as part of the 25 anniversary programme for GoMA.

Protagonist Antagonist/ BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK

BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK was commissioned by the charity Glasgow Life to mark the museum’s 25th anniversary and supported by Art Fund’s Respond and Reimagine Fund. The following is a response to the live performance that took place on Friday 22 October 2021 in Gallery 1

!NEWS! European Museum Academy – inaugural Art Museum Award

GoMA are delighted to have come third in the inaugural Art Museum Award presented by the European Museum Academy. Congratulations to the winner – Trapholt Museum of Modern Art, Craft and Design in Kolding, Denmark!

Anniversary notes on attempts to date and place a poem (p.117)- Ama Ata Aidoo

Letter in January and in the notes section at the end of the book Barby discovered that the poem is placed in Glasgow and dated September 21, 1991. We are now 30 years on from that date and are marking this anniversary and noting that her words continue to resonate today.

GYG traineeship opportunity

The GoMA Youth Group (GYG) is a Creative Scotland funded programme. It was established in 2019 to give local young people the opportunity to develop creative skills by working with… Read more GYG traineeship opportunity

Keep creating in 2021 with the GoMA Youth Group

Hello! How is 2021 treating you all? We know it has been harder than usual to make that fresh start everyone hopes for in the new year, but we have… Read more Keep creating in 2021 with the GoMA Youth Group

GoMA at 25

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.

GoMA Youth Group 2020/2021

We are the GoMA Youth Group for 2020-2021! We’re a cool gang of 16-25-year-olds with a variety of different skills and experiences in art, all passionate about making, curating, and talking on the arts (we like it a lot).

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