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November
  • 01
    01.November.Monday

    Loving Earth exhibition at Scottish Maritime Museum, Dumbarton

    All day
    2021.11.01-2022.02.05
    Scottish Maritime Museum
    The Denny Ship Model Experiment Tank Castle St., Dumbarton G82 1QS

    A display of Loving Earth panels continues to be on show at the Scottish Maritime Museum in Dumbarton until the end of January 2022.

    A series of textile workshops and other events will be organised during the course of the exhibition.

    Open Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm .

    See the museum’s website for further details of exhibition opening times, access and associated events.
    NB Please check covid-related information on the museum’s website and book your ticket in advance where possible.

     

     

    https://www.scottishmaritimemuseum.org/exhibitions/coming-soon-loving-earth-project/

  • 01
    01.November.Monday

    Loving Earth panels at Maryhill Burgh Halls

    All day
    2021.11.01-2021.11.15
    Maryhill Burgh Halls
    10-24 Gairbraid Avenue Glasgow G20 8YE

    A selection of Loving Earth Project’s textile panels continues to be  on display in the foyer of Maryhill Burgh Hall during COP 26 and in the weeks before it.

    Come and see some beautiful textile images in different styles made by a variety of people in around the world, about some of the things they personally love, what needs to happen to avoid damage to them from climate and environmental breakdown,  and what the panel- makers are doing to help.

    What do you love?  You can also add your own contribution to the installation of Loving Earth postcards at Maryhill Burgh Halls.

    Free.

    Opening times are generally Monday – Friday (10am – 6pm). Please see the Hall website for updates and more details.

  • 01
    01.November.Monday

    Loving Earth Project at Glasgow Quaker Meeting House

    All day
    2021.11.01-2021.11.14
    Glasgow Quaker Meeting House
    38 Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow G2 4PS

    A selection of textile panels from our international collection continues to be shown  at the Meeting House during COP 26 fortnight.

    The exhibition will be open to the public from Frida 5th till Sunday 7th November inclusive, from 2 till 5pm. All welcome.

    The rest of the time those attending other events at the Meeting house users of the Meeting will have the opportunity to see this display. This includes the  discussion of issues raised by Loving Earth textile panels, on the evening of 3rd November (at the Meeting House and on Zoom).

    More information about events for COP 26 organised by Scottish Quakers is available at https://www.quakerscotland.org/cop26 .

    NB Unfortunately the Meeting Room is not wheelchair accessible – it is up some steep stairs.

  • 01
    01.November.Monday

    Save the Children shop displays in Glasgow

    All day
    2021.11.01-2021.11.13

    Two Save the Children shops in Glasgow, one in Bearsden and one on Byres Road, will have Loving Earth Panels on display in their shop windows from 1 to 13 November.Save the Children, 47 Milngavie Rd, Bearsden, Glasgow G61 2DW

    Save the Children, 165 Byres Rd, Glasgow G12 8TS

    Our Future World

  • 01
    01.November.Monday

    Loving Earth exhibition at Gorbals Parish Church

    All day
    2021.11.01-2021.11.14

    50 panels of the Loving Earth Project will be on display at Gorbals Parish Church in Glasgow from 30 October to 14 November. There will also be LEP workshops on 30 October and 7 November.

    Gorbals Parish Church, 1 Errol Gardens, Glasgow G5 0RA

    Public Opening Times:

    Sat 30th Oct: 2.30-6pm, with workshop 3-4.30pm

    Sun 31st : 2pm-8pm

    Mon 1st Nov: 11am-8pm

    Fri 5th:           4pm-8pm

    Sat 6th:          11am-6pm

    Sun 7th:         2pm-8pm, with workshop 2.30-4pm

    Mon 8th:        11am-8pm

    Fri 12th:         4pm-8pm

    Sat 13th:        11am-6pm

    Sun 14th:       2pm-8pm, Final day

Exhibitions and some of the associated events are supported by

       Edith M Ellis Trust