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4th June 2021

Hanna Tuulikki
18th June 11am

Hanna Tuulikki, Avian Reels Live streaming from a greenspace in Helsinki, Finland. Hanna Tuulikki will perform extracts from three recent studies for solo voice: Four Songbirds, a wordless improvisation based on musical patterns […]
4th June 2021

Tomoko Konoike
18th June 10am

Tomoko Konoike and Mayako Murai, Travel Dialogue Form Tomoko Konoike is an artist, and Mayako Murai is a fairy-tale scholar. About ten years ago, the two began to organise lectures and […]
4th June 2021

Jessica Ramm
17th June 10am

Jessica Ramm, Bucket-head Whiteout Scenario Jessica Ramm’s performance invites you to observe a training exercise, which begins like this: “Imagine a frozen ice-bound valley – you within it; and these people next […]
4th June 2021

Nile Koetting
17th June 11am

Nile Koetting, Evacuation Picnic Over the last few years Tokyo and Berlin based artist Nile Koetting has been working with an immersive scenography and installation in which choreography is exchanged between […]
4th June 2021

Mio Harada, Shoko Imai & Megan Lucille Boettcher
16th June 10am

ニューNormal? New ノーマル? In a world adapting to a global pandemic, we are positioned as passive spectators to a screen. In this collaborative performance, artists Mio Harada, Shoko Imai, and […]
4th June 2021

Shizuka Yokomizo
15th June 10am

Shizuka Yokomizo, Artist Talk In a pre-recorded video, the artist will talk about her past works focusing on the experience of living in another culture – being displaced and encountering […]
4th June 2021

Tickets and Info

A meeting of Japanese and Scottish artists programmed as part of Glasgow International 2021 (15th – 18th June 2021) ‘Neighbouring’ is a 4-day on-line workshop programmed as a part of Glasgow […]
2nd June 2021

Mining the Moral Economy:
Ewan Gibbs on Coal and Deindustrialisation
by Johnny Rodger

Ewan Gibbs' book 'Coal Country' claims to be the first full length study of deindustrialisation in the Scottish coalfields. But its scope is actually much broader and much more ambitious in its treatment of an age of massive social upheaval. Johnny Rodger reviews and appreciates that ambition.
2nd June 2021

Election 2021 and its Legacy
by Owen Dudley Edwards

The analysis of the political landscape of Scotland post-election 2021 that it's been worth waiting for. Owen Dudley Edwards looks at the results and the likely legacies, and puts them in the context of such a deep time and broad space as you won't be able to read elsewhere. It's a reading which is considered and generous in its appreciations, even if forthright in its partisanship.