Stories from the Briggait – Glasgow Doors Open Day

the briggait

Wednesday, 16 September, 2020 15:00-16:00

Stories from The Briggait

Tbe Briggait is of Glasgow’s most enduring and endearing landmarks, A-listed building – it has been a part of the River Clyde skyline since the Nineteenth Century. Built in 1873, the Briggait served as the city’s bustling fish market for over 100 years.
The Briggait, now operated by Wasps, provides vibrant studio space for over 80 visual artists and office space for 25 cultural organisations and charities.
Join a live streamed talk from Glasgow Building Preservation Trust’s Ingrid Shearer, and Wasps’ Tara Marshall-Tierney, to learn more about the history and the untold stories of this spectacular building, and, from Monday 14 September, take a look behind closed doors as some of the tenants present a virtual ‘open studio’ on Wasps website:

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