Reshuffle May 17th. (Video)
The Radical Independent Bookfair will be setting up stall along with a whole host of activities, talks, films, groups and who knows. You can be part of it – help make the day as good or better than the last one. That’s the challenge. Make community work – be part of it. Look out for updates here soon.
|Workshops for an active creative community
Woodside Halls, Sunday 1st June, 3pm Glenfarg St. / Clarendon St.
COMMON GOOD DAY SCOTLAND (Edinburgh)
|CCA film night for the Dear Green Place
Communities, the Common Good and Climate Change – a film night for the Dear Green Place, at 7pm, Wednesday, 14th May 2008, CCA cinema (CCA 4) Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA), 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow Admission free
Rent Wars of East Harlem: It Takes a Village to Raise Hell
|Has society turned its back on itself?|
|Take a day out in Edinburgh with the weans, or go for a walk around the old town. A full program of fun from May 3 to 14 June Canongate Community Doing it for Themselves|
|The Tesco Public Local Inquiry (PLI)is starting on Tuesday 22 April at 10 am on City council premises ie Cafe George at 266 George St.|
|Given to the PeopleFriday 18th April – Sunday 20th April
GalGael Boatyard for Google Map
As part of the Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Visual Art,
Artist Simon Yuill explores the story of Pollok Free State through film combining original footage, interviews with Free State participants, and specially composed music by Glasgow band Foxface.
Friday 18th April 2008, 7pm.
Special launch event, showing the film
with live music from Foxface.
Saturday 19th April 2008
Screenings of film. 1pm to 5pm.
Sunday 20th April 2008
Screenings of film and public discussion.
1pm to 5pm, talk starts at 3pm.
All events FREE
HARD WORK NEVER KILLED ANYONE..?
Fatal Accident Inquiry into the death of Graham Meldrum begins 17th March, Glasgow Sheriff Court