Music & Liberation in Glasgow, 29 October-24 November 2012

Music & Liberation is touring throughout the UK and the next stop is the Glasgow Women’s Library, 15 Berkeley Street, Glasgow G3 7BW, 29 October–24 November 2012.

The Glasgow Women’s Library is a partially accessible venue. For information about access arrangements to Glasgow Women’s Library, please contact them on 0141 248 9969, info@womenslibrary.org.uk. An RNIB Penfriend will be available at the exhibition to facilitate access for visually impaired visitors.

A symbol of a red circle with a woman holding hands with 'i' standing for information. The letters say 'Glasgow Women's Library.

The exhibition opening is celebrated by the Sirensong Open Mic night, on Monday 29 October at 6pm-9pm. This event is free to attend and open to everyone, so come down and share a song, story or poem and have a look at the exhibition.

On Saturday 3 November there are also events inspired by the exhibition. 11am-12pm is the ‘Space for Song’ singing group. Whether feel you can sing or not, this is a safe space for you to try. This is followed at 1.30-3pm by a guided exhibition tour with the curator, ‘The Message was in the Music’. Come and hear in-depth stories about the artifacts, posters and music featured in the exhibition, and ask the curator questions about music in the Women’s Movement.