Title Riverside Solidarity Exhibition at the QEUH – Glasgow Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet Fablevision Media type Web Country United Kingdom Date 4/12/17 Description Riverside Solidarity is a year-long exploration of the shared experience of two riverside communities: Govan, Scotland and Gdansk, Poland. Rightly proud of their shipbuilding histories and looking to the future, these communities now face the complex challenges posed by the type and nature of post-industrial regeneration. Over the course of 2017 artists in both communities have formulated a series of questions to address these challenges. What could/should be the future for our industrial heritage? How should these places be preserved or marked? How do people want to use them now?
Hosted by Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS in the QEUH, this final exhibition is funded by Creative Scotland. Working in Govan – and collaborating with colleagues in Gdansk – artists T S Beall, Andy McAvoy, John Mullen, Ben Parry and Lee Ivett, have attempted to address these questions. The work of the artistic team, including, T S Beall with “Strong Women of the Clydeside “and Anna Miler/Metropolitanka, Kamila Chomicz, Magdalena Drozdek, Neil Mackinnon, Andrew McAvoy with Kris Kesiak, John Mullen, Ben Parry and Lee Ivett, Roman Sebastyanski and Fablevision Studios, has been curated by Professor Katarzyna Kosmala (University of the West of Scotland) and Krisztina Lackoi (Exhibitions and Performing Arts Coordinator, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde).
Producer/Author Fablevision Studios URL www.fablevisionstudios.co.uk/riverside-solidarity-exhibition-qeuh-glasgow/ Persons Elizabeth Gardiner Title Paisley project is on show Degree of recognition Regional Media name/outlet Paisley Daily Express Media type Country United Kingdom Date 4/12/17 Description The information about the exhibition, quoting Prof Kosmala one of curators of the exhibition Producer/Author Paisley Express Persons Elizabeth Gardiner Title Exhibition flyer Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet uws news Media type Web Country United Kingdom Date 1/12/17 Description ARTISTS
t s Beall and Strong Women of the Clydeside with Anna Miler/
Metropolitanka, Kamila Chomicz, Magdalena Drozdek, Neil
Mackinnon, Andrew McAvoy with Kris Kesiak, John Mullen, Ben
Parry and Lee Ivett, Roman Sebastyanski, and Fablevision Studios
Katarzyna Kosmala of UWS and Krisztina Lackoi of QEUH
9 December 2017 to 10 June 2018, 9am-5pm
Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, 1345 Govan Road,
Glasgow, G51 4TF
The exhibition includes three locations in the QEUH Main Building:
Atrium, ground floor Link Corridor, and first floor Cafeteria
Producer/Author UWS marketing and communication URL https://www.uws.ac.uk/media/3688/riverside-solidarity-invitation.pdf Persons Krisztina Lakoi , Elizabeth Gardiner Title UWS curated exhibition at the QEUH set to explore solidarity Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet UWS news Media type Web Country United Kingdom Date 1/12/17 Description This exhibition explores ‘Solidarity’ in everyday and is the culmination of the UWS and Fablevision collaborative initiative, funded by Creative Scotland, documenting artist residences between Govan and Gdansk.
The artist residences in Gdansk were undertaken by t s Beall, Andy McAvoy, John Mullen, and Ben Parry/Lee Ivett and ran from 26 August to 2 September 2017. They took place on the anniversary of the Solidarity movement, coinciding with days of signing the iconic Gdansk agreement in the 1980, which created Solidarność, an independent labour union that changed the politics in Poland, and beyond, forever.
Proud of their shipbuilding histories and looking to the future, these communities now face complex challenges of post-industrial regeneration. Over the course of 2017, artists worked in Govan and Gdansk and posed a series of questions, including:
What could be the future for our industrial heritage?
How should these places be preserved?
How do people want to use them?
Producer/Author UWS URL https://www.uws.ac.uk/news/uws-curated-exhibition-at-the-qeuh-set-to-explore-solidarity/ Persons Katarzyna Kosmala Title University project goes on show Degree of recognition Regional Media name/outlet Paisley Daily Express Media type Country United Kingdom Date 29/11/17 Description Links to the Creative Scotland funded project Riverside Solidarity is emphasised linking to forthcoming exhibition at the QEUH Producer/Author Paisley Daily Express Persons Elizabeth Gardiner
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