Partly to illustrate hope, activities which cast forward and stimulate creativity – as a break from engagement with crisis. We recognise that not all newly arrived residents fit this category, of course.
The Arts can include any welcoming, inclusive creative activity that supports newly arrived or minority community members.
Enterprise/Business can be services, free at the point of delivery, which will add to the enterprise creation expertise and knowledge of our communities of interest.
If you have a group, or project, that welcomes any new arrivals or BME community members in these categories, drop us a line and we’ll add it to our community gazette.
If you write a 100 words or so to tell us what you do, that would be great too. We will support contributors by using our publication skills to develop and promote the work of groups.
alexander kovpak and his team use the volume of the dwelling to divide the site, introducing an interstitial courtyard zone. The post ukraine-based architect alexander kovpak envisions a dwelling with playful brickwork appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the project is defined by the large void at its center, which serves as a 'window' to its surroundings. The post ZXD architects plans exhibition hall in china as a ‘window’ to a future town appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
on site amenities will include retail space, an 800-person event space, an artisanal food market, a club-style tenant lounge, and a full-service fitness center. The post KPF to build glass office tower as part of ‘one madison avenue’ project in new york appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
archipelago by matali crasset is dynamic as it can move and be arranged in different ways to follow the school’s program. The post matali crasset fills renzo piano-designed atrium in paris with archipelago furniture appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Now that winter is upon us, many of us will be longing for spring and the flora and fauna that we see during that season. Here are some reads about gardening and growing to keep you going and hopefully plant some inspiration.
Amina-the Muslim Women’s Resource Centre is proud to be supporting 16 Days of Action this year, with a series of 16 short films based on stories of abuse from Muslim and BME women across Scotland. In collaboration with Glasgow’s Women’s Library, “16 days, 16 stories” emotes, educates and explores gender-based violence. Violence against women is a world-wide […]
In line with the announcement made on 18th November by the Scottish Government that Glasgow is one of 11 Local Authorities in Scotland to move into Covid-19 Level Four restrictions, Glasgow Women’s Library is required to close our building to the public - we will therefore close at 4pm on Friday 20th November.
We have, with our new Libraries news-feed page, given our readers the opportunity to keep up with latest news from across the UK. We are rotating our topical feeds across University libraries, feminist collections and featuring, as we must, the go to public library resource, PLN. Library image by Jaredd Craig... Read more here
Continuing our theme of ‘Northern Energy’, we were in Newcastle upon Tyne this week and, on Friday afternoon, took time to visit Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books. They have an important exhibition and research project into the donated archive of the writer Michael Morpurgo. Below is what we thought. Read more here…