In December 2019, Haemophilia Scotland and the GoMA Learning and Access team met to discuss the possibility of having an exhibition in GoMA’s CommonSpace. April 17th 2021 marked World Haemophilia Day and we had originally planned to launch the exhibition on this day. However, COVID-19 has meant that the exhibition will now launch on April 17th 2022 and, in preparation for this, over the next few months the GoMA blog will introduce the women involved in the project.
Garden Diorama with artist Sally Hackett From tomorrow, 30th June 2020, for Children’s Art week, join artist and educator Sally Hackett in a series of three online tutorials offering a… Read more Children’s Art Week 2020 →
To mark World Refugee Day 2020, we want to take a look back at one of our programmes of this past year and reflect on our way forward in working… Read more Orient-ation, a programme for asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants in Glasgow. →
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Art for Baby at the Gallery of Modern Art began on a Tuesday morning in March 2019. The programme, aimed at mothers with babies up to 1 year, developed after years of research and experience by the Learning department at GoMA and our ongoing focus on mental health and women.
Following the success of our first GoMA Youth Group (GYG), we’d like to invite all young people aged 16-25 to take part in our 2020/21 programme. We are looking for… Read more GoMA Youth Group 2020/2021 →
The theme of the 2019 Big Draw festival was #DrawnToLife focusing on the vital role of creativity for health and wellbeing. GoMA has been leading successful programmes targeting wellbeing for… Read more The Big Draw 2019 →
Well that’s another year flown by with barely a moment to stop! As ever a rollercoaster with a busy public programme plus people moving on to new exciting posts and… Read more Festive Greetings →
You may have already come across COMMONSpace – the new community exhibition space at GoMA, located at the rear of Gallery 2. COMMONSpace emerged out of conversations with people we… Read more COMMONSpace: a newly designed area at GoMA to showcase community collaborations and projects. →