News

May 2013

We are now on twitter! Follow us for updates @The_Drouth

Stations of the Green, a poetic reflection on Douglas Gordon's unsafe and dangerous artwork, now demolished, also runs at New Glasgow Society, 1307 Argyle Street, Glasgow, until Friday 17th May. See The Drouth About the Green tab for more information on this, and our new book, Demolition Proof.

May 2012

The Drouth and Glasgow School of Art bear witness to the fall of Douglas Gordon’s artwork at Glasgow Green Station

@

The People’s Palace,

Glasgow Green

6pm Thursday 24th May

 

We will also launch The Drouth Issue 42: Strategy

 

May 2012

Introducing... 

DROUTH TV!

We are happy to announce the launch of our Youtube Channel, with an exclusive video of a performance at the Sonic Fusion Music Festival of 'Kelman Stories', a music and spoken word piece specially commissioned by The Drouth.

Stay tuned for further audio-visual updates on all things Drouth...

April 2012

Firstly, Issue 42: Strategy is now available. See our Buy section to order.

Secondly, The Drouth has joined with Sonic Fusion Music Festival and the University of Salford to host a workshop and two concerts this weekend. See The Drouth @ Large for more details.

 

 

 

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Entries in market gallery (1)

Monday
Feb072011

Telling Stories Exhibition

The Market Gallery has curated a special graphics/ illustration exhibition in conjuction with the comic book strand at the Glasgow Film Festival. Notable names include the former Drouth cover artist, David Shrigley and Frank Quitely. It will also be the first chance to see an original Red Road Dialectogram by Mitch Miller.

Line up in full:

David Shrigley

Frank Quitely
Gary Erskine

Jamie Grant
Sorcha Edwards

Stuart Murray
Anna Tanner

Mitch Miller
Chris Connelly

Penny Sharp
Curt Sibling

Innes Smith

Evy Craig

Lewie Wicksted

Helen Shaddock Honeypears

Event description: Graphic novels such as Kick Ass have recently infiltrated the main stream through their translationonto screen. Market Gallery presents graphic artists contributing to this creative boom, juxtaposingthem with contemporary fine artists who also use storytelling and narrative to construct their own unique worlds.

Scotland is world renowned for its story telling. This exhibition aims to celebrate this legacy whilst examining the relationship between illustration, film and fine art and encourage discussion about how these seemingly autonomous media share common themes and motivations.

The opening is Friday 11th February 6pm-9pm. And the Exhibition will run until March 6th. For more information see www.marketgallery.org.uk