Glasgow International 2018 Cycle Tour (Saturday)
This guided cycle tour around selected exhibitions will follow themes present in the festival programme and the city itself; environment, changing urban landscapes, and continuous regeneration. As well as being a green way to see Glasgow, getting to know its cycle routes and some of the festival’s more hidden venues, the tour will explore the past, present and possible futures of the spaces we live in.
The tour is approximately 2 ½ hours long, starting from Transmission Gallery. Cycle paths will be used as much as possible but please be aware that the route involves a small amount of on-road cycling.
Nextbike has bicycles across Glasgow, to hire for for £1 per half hour. More information at the official Nextbike website.
Free, booking required. Book via Eventbrite.
Sat 5 May, 2pm-4.30pm
A performance by iQhiya.
Free; no booking required.
Fri 20 April, 6pm
South Africa-based network of young black female artists, the iQhiya Collective, present a site-specific response to the historical and contemporary erasure of female artists in Scotland.
Following similar projects in Cape Town and in Durban, this is the third realisation of an iQhiya ‘solo’ exhibition, featuring works from members as individual artists, as well as a collaboratively produced collective intervention. It will encompass video, installation and performance.
Supported by Glasgow International, Creative Scotland and Glasgow Life.
Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Sun, 11am-5pm
Performance: Fri 20 April 6pm