Window Wanderland – Windows of Wonder Glasgow
Windows of Wonder Walk – North Kelvinside
31 October, 2020 and 1 November – 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.
You’re invited to create and spectate.
North Kelvin Community Windows event to create a light/shadow design for your window and display it on Sat&Sun Oct 31st& Nov 1st, 2020. Between 6-9pm. Points will be awarded for humour, creative use of domestic items and WoW factor.
Window Wanderland was founded in Bristol in 2015 by Lucy Reeves Khan, a set designer who had developed mobility problems, chronic pain and feelings of isolation following a car accident. As part of her rehabilitation, she took short walks in the streets around her home – at night, so few would see her struggling.
Transform your neighbourhood into a colourful playground using paper cutouts in your windows. YouTube How To Make Halloween Window Decoration
Get in touch if you are creating a display for your window.
Turn left off Great Western Road at Queen Margaret Drive.
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