What we do

We specialise in researching, designing and delivering various heritage events including public engagements talks, tailored workshops and publications.

Workshops

Scottish Women: How should we celebrate them?  Interactive workshop held at Paisley Arts Center as part of the Paisley 2021 and Townscape Heritage and Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme 2 bid.  (November 2017).

Talks

Glasgow’s Victorian and Edwardian Swimming Baths, Glasgow City Heritage Trust, public lecture with question and answer session. (2014)

Stained Glass in Glasgow: Colour and Light, Glasgow City Heritage Trust, public lecture with question and answer session. (2015)

 It’s All About Alf: An Introduction to Alf Webster Windows, Alf Webster: Glasgow’s Lost Genius Conference, Websters Theatre (formerly Lansdowne Church) in Glasgow. (2015)

Penny for the Boatman, walking tour of Glasgow’s Necropolis. (2015)

HERstory: Influential Women of Glasgow’s Southside, public heritage talk at House for an Art Lover. (2017)

HERstory: Influential Women of Glasgow, public heritage talk for Doors Open Day at St. Andrews in the Square. (2017)

HERstory: Influential Women of Glasgow, public talk with Glasgow City Heritage Trust at Glasgow City Chambers. (2017)

Publications

Fivers, Footnotes & Frivolous Language: Women and Scottish History, The Drouth, Issue 58, published Spring 2017.

Women and the Scottish past and present – how do we properly pay homage and why?: This article can be found on Bella Caledonia, published in August 2016.

Govanhill Baths: Architecture Essay: This essay was commissioned for inclusion in United We Will Swim: 100 Years of Govanhill Baths, published by Luath Press in March 2015.

 

 

 

 

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