Public launch of the exhibition Riverside Solidarity at QEUH(9 December 2017- 10 June 2018)

Kosmala, K. (Invited speaker), Jackie Sands (Invited speaker), Krisztina Lakoi (Invited speaker), Gardiner, E. (Invited speaker), Tara Beall (Participant), John Mullen (Participant), Benjamin Parry (Participant), Lee Ivett (Participant), Andrew MacAvoy (Participant)

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Description

Public launch of the exhibition Riverside Solidarity  2.2.2018 at 4 - 6 pm Atrium the QEUH
The exhibition is a collaboration between NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde’s Animating Public Spaces arts programme, UWS and Fablevision. Curated by Professor Katarzyna Kosmala, Curator and Chair in Culture, Media and Visual Arts at UWS, in collaboration with Krisztina Lackoi, Exhibitions and Performing Arts Coordinator. 
The exhibition has grown out of the research into the value of heritage and place-making in post-industrial regeneration realised under international network Regeneration and Waterfront Heritage Zones in Northern Europe led by Prof Kosmala. 
Venue: Adult Hospital, Atrium space, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, 1345 Govan Road, Glasgow, G51 4TF.
The exhibition includes three locations in the Adult Hospital on the QEUH campus: Atrium, ground floor Link Corridor, and first floor CafeteriaFREE, no booking required.
Exhibition runs from 9th December 2017 and  is open daily until 10th June. Opening times: 9am – 5pm
Period2 Feb 2018
Event typeExhibition
LocationGlasgow
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Keywords

  • art production
  • heritage
  • regeneration
  • community arts
  • curation