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Paint It Red

8 Sep 2017 → 19 Nov 2017


‘Paint it Red’ is a contemporary portrait of Easterhouse by Glasgow-based artist, Colin James Tennant. The exhibition is the culmination of a year-long photography project that has developed through conversations, interactions and experiences gained while working in Easterhouse. The work explores the local landscape; the social history, its personalities and the human spirit that contribute to this notoriously misunderstood community.

Colin, the artist, has a few words to add…

“I’ve spent time over the past year meeting and photographing people in the local community and hearing their stories. It’s been a truly fascinating experience – I’ve met so many inspirational people in what is a thriving, vibrant place.”

Dates and times
8 September - 19 November 2017
Additional info

Friday 8 September, 6pm - 8pm.
All welcome - free

Followed by a performance by Matthew Bourne, 8pm (ticketed)
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Colin James Tennant in conversation with Tonia Lu and publication launch
Sun 29 Oct, 3pm

Colin James Tennant will be in conversation with Tonia Lu, curator of Here, Today – a photo essay by Colin that takes an intimate look at the lives of older lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people living in Cumbria, North England. The event also celebrates the publication launch of Here, Today publication.

This talk will take place after the performance of Love Song To Lavender Menace, a play set around a celebration of the 5th anniversary of LAVENDER MENACE, Scotland’s foremost lesbian, gay, feminist bookshop. For more information follow the link here

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