Green Tease Glasgow: Govanhill Baths with artist-in-residence Ailie Rutherford

1st December 2014

Join us 16th December from 4-6pm at the Govanhill Baths in Glasgow with artist in residence Ailie Rutherford for a …

Join us 16th December from 4-6pm at the Govanhill Baths in Glasgow with artist in residence Ailie Rutherford for a teatime discussion about the future.

During her residency Ailie has been hosting a series of discussions about the future. These discussions will inform the creation of new a artwork, Future Archive, for Govanhill Baths. To coincide with the Baths’ Centenary Ailie’s residency is focussing on the next 100 years, looking at what role the Baths will play as a central hub and how local community might develop by 2114.

Building on previous discussions, Ailie will lead us to consider themes of community ownership, communal living, resource consumption and how new technologies might alter the way we live.

We hope you can join us for tea, coffee and mince pies to see off 2014!

Please RSVP to gemma.lawrence@creativecarbonscotland.com

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