Join the ‘Strong Women of Clydeside’ team for a Doors Open Day artWalk – SAT 16 SEPT, 1-3:30pm, FREE
The Strong Women of Clydeside (or SWaC) team is at it again! We’re hosting another guided walk and public art action as part of Glasgee’s Doors Open Day. We’ll be walking, … Continue reading
We’re delighted to say that tsB and others from the Strong Women of the Clydeside team will be speaking later today at House For An Art Lover in Glasgow about Helen … Continue reading
We had a *magical* time in late 2016 with a whole host of local young children and young people. Pupils from Pirie Park Primary, St Constantine’s Primary, and St Saviour’s Primary took … Continue reading
‘Govan’s Hidden Histories’ and ‘Strong Women of Clydeside’ projects featured in Govan / Gdansk exchange conference
We’re super-chuffed that the work of the Strong Women of the Clydeside (SWaC) team is featured as a part of an international conference taking place this weekend, right here in … Continue reading
As 2016 draws to a close, Govan’s Hidden Histories would like to wish you all a very, very happy holidays! We’d like to take this opportunity to share a couple … Continue reading
Merlin Loves Christmas! ‘Quest for the 13 Treasures’ graphic novel giveaway – Wed 7 Dec at Govan Loves Christmas event
Head on down to Govan Loves Christmas, 3 – 6.30 pm Wednesday 7 Dec, at Govan Cross. Lots of entertainment and activities for all the family, and the chance for 10-14 year-olds to get their hands on a free copy of ‘Quest for the 13 Treasures of Govan & Glasgow’!
We’re delighted with this article on page 3 of today’s Sunday Herald which features some great information on Merlin’s Govan connections –from author and historian Tim Clarkson – and info about … Continue reading
‘Merlin in Scotland and Govan’ – Talk by Tim Clarkson and Double Book Launch at Govan Old Church: Saturday 19 November
Friends of Govan Old and Govan’s Hidden Histories are delighted to invite you to an evening exploring Scotland’s – and Govan’s – claim to history’s most famous wizard!
‘Strong Women of Clydeside’ for Doors Open Days: Join us for a guided walk & public art action on Saturday 17th Sept, 12.30- 3.30pm
Celebrating women’s roles in the 1915 Rent Strikes, the 1971 Upper Clyde Shipbuilder’s Work-In, and other recent protests – this guided walk and creative ‘happening’ employs humour, (temporary) graffiti, banners, … Continue reading