Glasgow Artists Sought for Govan-based European Project

Fablevision wants to hear from artists for community/socially engaged work on micro-commissions based in Govan. The project, which is funded by Creative Scotland and Nordic Cultural Fund, will involve three artists working on a Fablevision micro-commissions based in Govan. These commissions will form part of Fablevision’s contribution to the Woven Network / Women’s Stories – an artist-lead account of the role played by women during the Covid19 crisis.

For more information please see attached link with details on how and to whom you should apply…

An Opera to the Unsung

Join the curators – Fablevision’s Liz Gardiner (Scotland), Mariupol Platform TU’s, Diana Berg (Ukraine) and Intercult’s Iwona Preis (Sweden) – in an “armchair chat” to discuss the Woven Network.

As this historic year of global pandemic draws to a close, the three partners, who have provided enabling services (leaving our female artists free to explore their creative practices), will kick off their shoes and put their feet up to reflect on what has been achieved. Under discussion will be how the Woven Network had provided the world with historic documentation by way of women’s feelings, reactions and reflections on what this year had done to us as individuals and how it has impacted on our NGOs, cities and countries. The project aims to make the invisible visible by focusing on the role art has played in heralding the work of female workers in this crisis. It is an opera for the unsung.

The Ukraine had led on this particular cultural project but the involvement of Scotland the Nordic countries in it bodes well for future collaboration.

The Woven Network is supported by the European Union via the House of Europe programme. At the Scottish end of this project, Fablevision is being funded by Creative Scotland.

Don’t forget to tune into the live chat next Friday, 11th December, 2020 at 12:00 GMT on Facebook.