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Glasgow International is a biennial festival of visual art - next edition 2021.
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GlasgowInternational 19h
Organisations to support now: Black Minds Matter Project Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust
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Here are some immediate actions:
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GI stands in solidarity with those protesting racist oppression and violence against the Black community. We recognise that short statements are easy, but that longer-term work is vital.
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MAP May 29
Featuring a host of work from John Cage and Pauline Oliveros, alongside Georgina Starr for , Myriam Lefkowitz , and past projects by
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Ellie Barrett May 30
Just caught 's digital programme today (it's gone by Mon!) and 's piece demonstrates LOUD AND CLEAR the problems with the UK's attitude to immigration during covid and before. DON'T MISS!
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Eoin Dara May 30
Required viewing — If you haven’t already, you ought to watch ’s newest film ‘business as usual: hostile environment’. It’s up for the rest of this weekend as part of ’s online programme
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Scotsman Arts May 31
DON'T FORGET: today is your last chance to see this year's Glasgow International online! Review from here: Link to show here:
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GlasgowInternational May 29
It's the last weekend of our 2020 Digital Programme. Explore here until 31 May:
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Fleming Collection May 29
This is the last weekend to explore GI's online programme 🎥
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Richard H M Parry May 29
This is the final weekend to catch digital programme- appreciative to have this and other reviews delving into the artists’ work and some of the Qs posed by the theme of pre & post covid. Still time to catch the discussions if you’ve not yet had a chance
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EventScotland News May 28
Only a few days left to catch the digital programme (now until 31st May). Take a look at the digital video and audio works at the link below ⬇️⬇️⬇️
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Ana Hine May 28
“How much do we miss art in this moment of detachment from real spaces and human interaction?” We loved this year’s , featuring work by Georgina Starr, Alberta Whittle, Urara Tsuchiya & more. Here’s ’s review: Stars: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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MAP May 28
ATTENTION ECONOMIES William Kherbek attends Glasgow International’s Digital Programme 23 April - 31 May 2020
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GlasgowInternational May 27
4 days left to explore our digital programme:
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Elinor Morgan May 21
Highly recommended: online programme is live until 31 May. There are 8 stunning works with interesting discussion. It’s top quality and very manageable. You snooze you lose. Pictured:
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Jerwood Arts May 21
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Pick something you're enjoying? digital programme which has been extended to run online until 31 May. I’ve really enjoyed dipping into different works and have by Liv Fontaine’s audio work and Alberta Whittle’s film.
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Eastside Projects May 21
WOW! Check out Business as usual : hostile environment (2020) by Alberta Whittle on digital programme. Powerful, moving, plz watch, such a quick response to what is going on, continues, will but shouldn’t continue.
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Louise Benson May 21
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Sol Calero caught my eye a few years ago with her exploration of ​“tropical” motifs like fruit, flowers and other decorative elements. We met up at her apartment in Berlin last year, which is an incredible riot of colour. Available at >
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Scotland House Brussels May 20
Like many across the world, Scottish artists have stepped up to play their part by regularly providing a cultural outlet for people to join online. Check out of some of the exciting activities happening in the coming weeks 🥳 👉View image with links
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aemi May 19
business as usual : hostile environment (2020) by Alberta Whittle is a highlight of 's Digital Programme, a reimagined commission responding to the Covid-19 outbreak & calling attention to the role of immigrants in the NHS
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