Arts & Culture

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Ross Street Market: 55.854900, -4.238660
Many Studios: 55.855308, -4.238232
David Dale Gallery: 55.851019, -4.221904
The Telfer Gallery: 55.855112, -4.238373
Glasgow Collective: 55.856141, -4.237508
Visual Artist Unit: 55.852174, -4.222285
Chemikal Underground: 55.851299, -4.223161
The Pipe Factory: 55.854000, -4.236100
Barrowland Ballroom: 55.855142, -4.236808
Glasgow Green: 55.848703, -4.235071
The People\'s Palace: 55.851245, -4.237305
Templeton on the Green: 55.850054, -4.232865
The Secret Garden: 55.850927, -4.222012
The Pipe Factory: 55.854552, -4.235669
St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art: 55.862091, -4.236281
Glasgow Cathedral: 55.863434, -4.235691
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Ross Street Market


Ross Street Market launched in December 2016, introducing a new monthly arts, food and drink outdoor market in the East End of Glasgow. Ross Street Market takes place on the first Saturday of every month from 11am - 5pm, as part of the historic Barras Market.

Ross Street Market is the result of a 6-month design + build project commissioned by Many Studios to the University of Strathclyde. In response to the project, Fraser Yardley and Gina Colley created the design for six striking, modular stalls that considered the changing climate of the Barras Market and sought to celebrate and expand upon the existing identity of the Barras Market.

MANY Studios is working with strEAT - an innovative organisation that brings together arts and food/drink to create vibrant and fun events in Glasgow.

Website & Social Media
http://manystudios.co.uk/index.php/market-vending
www.facebook/rossstreetmarket
#RossStMarket

Contact & Address
Ross Street, Barras, G1 5AR
info@manystudios.co.uk
0141 573 9515

Ross Street Scotland, United Kingdom
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Many Studios

Many Studios CIC was established in 2014 to provide a wide range of flexible and bright spaces that meets the varied needs of the creative industries in Glasgow. A fully serviced suite of managed workspaces, shop front creative units, contemporary art galleries, multifunctional meeting rooms and event spaces are all designed not only to support creativity, innovation and commercial success but also be flexible enough to meet the ever-changing needs of the creative industries.

Many Studios producing an annual arts programme through an on-site project space, The Gallow Gate; a diverse programmed space curated by Natalia Palombo which is challenging conventional models of creative practice and sustainability through established and recurring innovative creative relationships with organisations in countries such as Zimbabwe, South Africa and Pakistan. Locally, East End First Saturdays and Ross Street Market, our monthly culture festival and outdoor market, bring new audiences and entrepreneurial energy to The Barras whilst building unique partnerships that bolster footfall and grow the local economy.

Online & Social Media
www.manystudios.co.uk
www.facebook.com/manystudios
www.twitter.com/manystudios
www.instagram.com/manystudios

Contact & Address
Many Studios, 3 Ross Street, Barras, G1 5AR
info@manystudios.co.uk
0141 573 9515

MANY Studios, Ross Street, Glasgow, United Kingdom
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David Dale Gallery

David Dale Gallery and Studios is a non-profit contemporary art space based in the east end of Glasgow.

Established in 2009, David Dale Gallery and Studios promotes pioneering contemporary visual art through the commissioning and year round programming of new work and projects by early career international and UK based artists. Maintaining a commitment to providing opportunities and supporting the development of artists, curators and writers, David Dale Gallery and Studios intend to encourage professional development, education and community participation whilst delivering our core aim of presenting outstanding contemporary visual art. Additionally, the organisation operates an affordable artist studios facility, for the production and development of new work by emerging artists.

Website & Social Media
www.daviddalegallery.co.uk/
www.facebook.com/DavidDaleGallery/
twitter.com/ddgallery
www.instagram.com/david_dale_gallery/

Contact & Address
161 Broad St, Glasgow G40 2QR
0141 258 9124
info@daviddalegallery.co.uk

161 Broad St, Glasgow G40 2QR, United Kingdom
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The Telfer Gallery

The Telfer Gallery is an volunteer-led contemporary art gallery based in the historic Barras Market, in the immediate east end of Glasgow.

The Telfer Gallery provides a space and platform for a diverse range of emerging visual artists, from local graduates to early career international artists. The organisation places focus on developing new talent through discussion and dialogue.

Since 2012, The Telfer Gallery has presented exhibitions, facilitated residencies and collaborated with Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) and Kinning Park Complex, and curated projects for Glasgow International 2016, Edinburgh Art Festival 2013, 2015 & 2016, Annuale 2013 & 2014 and Glasgay Festival 2013.

To find out what's on this month, head along to:

www.the-telfer.com
www.facebook.com/thetelfergallery
www.twitter.com/the_telfer

Contact & Address
13 Ross Street, Barras, Glasgow, G1 5AR
gallery@the-telfer.com

The Telfer Gallery, Ross Street, Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Glasgow Collective

Glasgow Collective was founded November 2014 when they were able to get control of a stunning late 19th Century industrial warehouse on East Campbell Street. Glasgow Collective is a unique co-working space currently home to 26 small businesses ranging from one man bands to teams of 24, a real collective mix of expertise and cross sector organisations. Collaboration not Competition.

Website & Social Media
http://www.glasgowcollective.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Glasgow-Collective-1683819831840032/
https://twitter.com/coworkglasgow
https://www.instagram.com/glasgowcollective/

Address
15 East Campbell Street, Glasgow, G1 5DT

15 East Campbell Street, Glasgow G1 5DT, United Kingdom
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Visual Artist Unit


Visual Artist Unit is an artist led not for profit Community Interest Company based in Scotland, set up by 8 graduates from Grays School of Art and Duncan of Jordanstone in 2013. VAU commits itself to the dual aims of supporting emerging artists based in Scotland and improving public engagement and access to contemporary art for the wider community.

Emerging artists are invited to become Artist Members of VAU for support to not only develop their practice through skill share and group crits but also to gain professional development experience by participating in VAU's public engagement programme.

As part of the public engagement programme, VAU hosts a range of exciting and innovative exhibitions, workshops, talks, commissions and events across Scotland. These activities aim to build bridges between artists and the public, helping to improve access and engagement in contemporary art for all.

Website & Social Media
http://vau.org.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/vaunit/
twitter.com/vaunit
www.instagram.com/vaunit

Contact & Address
146 Crownpoint Rd, Glasgow G40 2AE
hello@vau.org.uk

146 Crownpoint Rd, Glasgow G40 2AE, United Kingdom
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Chemikal Underground

Founded in 1994 by The Delgados, Chemikal Underground has gone on to become one of Scotland's most influential record labels, releasing albums by Mogwai, Arab Strap, Aereogramme, Malcolm Middleton amongst others.

Chemikal Underground operates its own online shop and produces events.

Website & Social Media


http://shop.chemikal.co.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/ChemikalUnderground/
twitter.com/chemunderground

Contact & Address

Room 2, 3rd Floor, 60 Brook St, Glasgow G40 2AB
0141 550 1919

60 Brook St, Glasgow G40 2AB, United Kingdom
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The Pipe Factory

The Pipe Factory is a space for art which is dedicated to the production and dissemination of artists work and ideas. We run a public visual arts and learning programme that includes exhibitions, workshops, residencies, events and publications, provide affordable spaces for artists to work and opportunities to experiment and exhibit in a supportive community environment.

The Pipe Factory is a practitioner-led, not-for-profit space in the East End of Glasgow, inhabiting a B-listed five floor former clay tobacco pipe factory built in 1877. They are committed to providing a broad events and exhibitions programme, residencies, learning opportunities, workshops, publications, heritage, conservation, as well as a considered and meaningful engagement within the local context and the refurbishment of the historic premises from which they operate.

Website & Social Media
http://www.thepipefactory.co.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/thepipefactory/
https://twitter.com/thepipefactory1/
https://www.instagram.com/pipe_factory/


Contact & Address
42 Bain St, Calton, Glasgow, G40 2LA
thepipefactory@gmail.com

42 Bain Street Scotland, United Kingdom
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Barrowland Ballroom

The Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom is Scotland's premier rock venue. Probably the best wee venue in the world.

The original building opened in 1934 in a mercantile area east of Glasgow's city centre, built by "Barra Queen" Maggie McIver. In more recent years, the Ballroom has become a major concert venue with a capacity of around 2,100 people, known for its acoustics and its sprung dance floor. Simple Minds filmed the video for their 1983 hit single, "Waterfront", at Barrowlands.[3] Oasis, U2, The Stranglers, The Clash, The Smiths, Big Country, Muse, Foo Fighters and Marillion were a number of the acts to play the hall. Adjacent to the Ballroom itself is the Barrowland Park where there is a pathway which features the names of many artists who have played at the venue over the decades.


Website & Social Media
http://www.glasgow-barrowland.com/
twitter.com/thebarrowlands


Contact & Address
244 Gallowgate, Glasgow G4 0TT
0141 552 4601

244 Gallowgate, Glasgow G4 0TT, United Kingdom
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Glasgow Green

Glasgow Green is a park in the east end of Glasgow, on the north bank of the River Clyde. Established in the 15th century, it is the oldest park in the city. Within the park you will find a number of attractions, including the People's Palace and Templeton Factory.

Glasgow Green, Glasgow, United Kingdom
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