Places & Spaces

Project spaces, engagement, libraries and events relevant to Race, Rights and Sovereignty. Check out the GSA Live Map below for a comprehensive list of venues across the city.

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All our Resource Lists are constantly evolving, any suggestions can be emailed to: 

racerightssovereignty@gsa.ac.uk

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The Student Engagement team lives here, and is the place for great, supportive societies. 

GSA Students' Association

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The only Accredited Museum in the UK dedicated to women's lives, histories and achievements, with a lending library, archive collections and innovative programmes of public events & learning opportunities.

Glasgow Women's Library

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An autonomous social centre that provides space for groups working to fight capitalism and other forms of oppression.

Glasgow Autonomous Space

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An independent multi-use arts and community centre. Affordable hall, studio and office space available for hire.

Kinning Park Complex

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Being developed by Agile City as a learning space for inclusive city development. 

Civic House 

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Jangling Space is a co-operative that use collective ideas to generate products that are both beautiful and have meaning. They have a gallery and run workshops.

Jangling Space

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Home to a wide range of community groups and social economy organisations sharing the common aim of meeting the needs of the people of Govan. They also offer a wide range of accommodation for meetings, conferences, social functions, recreational pursuits and leisure activities.

The Pearce Institute

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A visual arts charity and gallery supporting people with learning difficulties. Located in 103 Trongate. 

Project Ability

Social enterprise cafes throughout Scotland that aim to end homelessness through several initiatives such as free meals, a pay-it-forward scheme and building homes for the homeless.

Social Bite

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Garnethill Multicultural Centre

The world's oldest surviving music hall. Several events are held here, and the hall is available for hire.

Britannia Panopticon

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A Glasgow hub for the arts with a year-round programme of cutting-edge exhibitions, film, music, literature, spoken word, Gaelic and performance.

Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA)

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The Glasgow Tool Library is a social enterprise that operates like a normal library, but instead of sharing books we share tools. They are currently starting up and will be based in Civic House.

Glasgow Tool Library

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The Gallow Gate is a project space curated by Natalia Palombo at Many Studios and provides a platform for the development, presentation, and discussion of contemporary visual art and culture. Projects consider access to creative and cultural activity, expectations within arts practice and the misrepresentation of non-western cultures in the UK.

The Gallow Gate

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Explore GSA's connections, networks and influence through the interactive Live Map.

Glasgow School of Art Live Map

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An artist run space and gallery in Glasgow.

Transmission Gallery

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A community-based zine library on Glasgow's southside. They organise Glasgow ZineFest and run a year round programme of events.

Glasgow Zine Library

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A collective of immigrant women based in Glasgow with a shared passion for good & authentic food.

Soul Food Sisters

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A social enterprise cafe in the southside of Glasgow, set up to empower and support refugee and migrant women living in Glasgow.

Milk Cafe

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Scotland's first Pay What You Decide venue for events, workshops, food, non-alcoholic drink and laughter. The Space is run by People Without Labels, a charity with a vision of supporting people to flourish and realise their full potential by creating an environment for creative and recreational events.

The Space 

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Established in 1994, Impact Arts is a forward-thinking community arts organisation which uses the arts and creativity to enable and empower social change.

Impact Arts Ltd.

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Social enterprise providing community space, founded on good food bringing people together.

The Project Cafe

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TAAC aims to support, develop and empower communities through visual and performing arts. They are open to everyone, and encourage people to get involved.

The African Arts Centre

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A registered charity and social enterprise based in Scotland that has gained an excellent reputation for delivering original and inspiring Chinese arts and cultural experiences for schools, community groups, public institutions, arts audiences and the diverse communities in Scotland.

Ricefield Arts and Cultural Centre

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The Trust runs a wide range of community-based Wellbeing activities and educational and training courses aimed primarily, but not exclusively, at people from the G41/42 postcode.

Govanhill Baths & Community Trust

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Gallery & Art Collective. It is a Glasgow-based non-profit organisation. Glasgow Zine Library is hosted within their premises.

16 Nicholson Street

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Market Gallery is a charitable visual arts organisation run by a voluntary Committee and Board based in Glasgow's East End.

Market Gallery

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Good Press is a bookshop and art space based in Glasgow, Scotland specialising in self- and independently produced publications and projects.

Good Press

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