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The Hive Mind | Welcoming a New Curatorial Collective

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Fresh off the back of the Glasgow School of Art’s Graduate Degree Show 2019, we are delighted to introduce the work and ambitions of Hive, a new curatorial collective founded as a result of our MLitt in Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art). Here they reflect on the need for collaboration, of finding innovative ways to reach… Continue reading

We Are All Lichens | Hanna Tuulikki reflects on Donna Haraway

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Hanna Tuulikki is a Glasgow based artist, composer and performer. Having joined us as a panellist for a recent screening of Terranova’s film portrait, ‘Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival’, Hanna reflects here on Haraway’s thinking on storytelling, and poses a series of questions which resonate with her own creative practice. In her 2016 book,… Continue reading

‘Only Human?’ A festival of the public humanities hosted by the School of Culture and Creative Arts //14-16 November 2014

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We’re only human… or are we? What can frogs, rivers and egg collecting tell us about ourselves? These were among the questions explored through a series of events which took place in the SCCA as part of the Only Human? Festival. This was the College of Arts’ contribution to the UK’s first national festival of the humanities.… Continue reading