Woodlands Arts Survey & Artist Network Lunch Woodlands Workspace

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Friday 27th April, 12-2pm
at Woodlands Workspace

66 Ashley Street, G3 6HW

Next week Woodlands Workspace will be launching a month long Woodlands Artists survey to capture information about artists living in Woodlands, the type of work they are doing and their access to studio provision across the city. The survey is linked to a refreshing of their Workspace Business Plan that is the next step in fundraising towards the costs of completing 4 artist studios at the basement level of the Ashley Street site. If you are a local artist then do come along (Bring vegetarian food to share if you can.)

The survey will also be available to complete online after the meeting, for those not able to make it.

Woodlands Workspace: Introducing Artists in Residence

We are excited to announce details of the two Woodlands based artists, who have begin work on their projects responding to our Workspace site. Working in partnership with Glasgow Sculpture Studios,we hope these will be the first of many residencies based at the Workspace.

End of Residency Exhibition Dates

Friday 22nd-  Sunday 24th June, 2018
and Friday 29th June – Sunday 1st July, 2018



 0141 332 2656

Fred Paton Centre,
19 Carrington Street, G4 9AJ
Woodlands Workspace:
66 Ashley Street, G3 6HWCommunity Garden:
91-101 West Princes St, Glasgow G4 9BY


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