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).
‘The Mice & the Baker’ is the current exhibition in GoMA’s CommonSpace. It features a short animated film, result of the Creative Scotland-funded education project ‘Little Animation Studio’. Over a period of 9 months, this used adapted digital technologies to support primary school children from Harmeny School (Balerno) to create their first fully animated short film.
GoMA was invited to take part in the first Photoworks Festival – Propositions for Alternative Narratives – which rethinks what a photography festival is and who it can be for.
After such an extended break we’re thrilled to be re-opening GoMA to visitors on Monday 5th October 2020. We’ve been so fortunate to hear from so many people who have missed… Read more We are back! →
Over recent weeks we have received a number of enquiries regarding structural racism and Black Lives Matter. We have responded to these individually and now would like to share that response even more publicly and transparently.
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. →
Some great news in these unprecedented times! Glasgow Museums and GoMA are excited to announce that we will be collecting works by Rabiya Choudhry after a successful application to The Rapid Response Fund, which has been instigated and managed by the Contemporary Art Society (CAS) in partnership with Frieze London
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