Govan's Hidden Histories

Ongoing creative projects about Govan's hidden histories Celebrating Govan's heritage, women's roles in protest movements, and the life and work of Isabella Elder

Strong Women of the Clydeside: Talk at House for an Art Lover, Sat 15 April

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 Crawfurd, Isabella Elder, and Lady Dinah Pearce. (Sorry for the late notice, but even though the talk has been booked up for a while, we feel sure there will be some room for you to just pop along…)

We’ll post more soon on how it went – as well as info on other recent speaking adventures!

More information on the talk itself here via Eventbrite

About stillstatic (tsB)

artist / doctoral researcher University of Glasgow, working in collaboration with the Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel

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This entry was posted on April 15, 2017 by in Events, Isabella Elder, Women's' History & Protest on the River Clyde.

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