Fablevision and partner social enterprise, Fablevision Studios, were out and about in Govan at the Wh·eat Cafe and the Moogety Garden at Elder Park, Govan, to shoot interviews with two of the artists involved in the Woven Network Govan – a part of the Woven//Women’s Stories project.

Ursula Kam-Ling Cheng, who has an installation at the Wheat Cafe, Linthouse, and Audrey O’Brien, who work includes tutored nature walks in the Moogety Garden and Elder Park, were on hand to discuss their work.

The Woven Network Govan forms part of a large artistic endeavour involving Ukraine, the Nordic countries (Denmark, Norway and Sweden) and Scotland (Govan, Glasgow), which is focussing on gathering and interpreting stories from the unheard – mainly female workers – who have juggled low-paid and frontline roles in places such as hospitals/care homes with caring for families during the Covid19 pandemic. The artworks that have arisen from this take as their themes care and community in a time of crisis.