Glasgow Literary Lounge featuring Louise Malone on art plus Open Mic
Tuesday, 23 July, 2019 7 p.m.
The Calton Bar
Artist Louise Malone will exhibit or screen some of her work and talk about painting, sculpture and making community murals.
Speakeasy/open mic hosted by Jim Ferguson.
5-7 minute spots.
First come, first served, as they say!
If you want to read or perform please contact
Contact Ruby McCann: email@example.com
All welcome – This is a free event for all.
Cheeky Besom Productions ‘Artists with Attitude’: (Jim Ferguson, Louise Malone, Ruby McCann, Brian McFall) A Glasgow based artist collective. Together they devise concepts, split all running costs, and collaborate to create: sharing knowledge, making and creating, for the love of art.
Jim Ferguson is a poet, pamphleteer, novelist, and critic based in Glasgow. He is a Creative Writing Tutor at Glasgow Kelvin College. For more information on Jim Ferguson: http://www.jimfergusonpoet.co.uk/
This is a FREE Event for All
The Calton Bar
415 London Road
Glasgow, G40 1AG
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