WAYS OF SEEING: WOMEN AND PHOTOGRAPHY IN SCOTLAND

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© Ilisa Stack

Shutter Hub have teamed up with National Trust for Scotland, Glasgow Women’s Library, and the Trust’s Tenement House to create a two-part exhibition, Ways of Seeing, spotlighting Women and Photography in Scotland, in response to the National Trust for Scotland’s Second Morton Photography Symposium.

National Trust for Scotland’s major photographic collections feature many women as takers, collectors, preservers or subjects. These photographs show Scottish women in many lights – artist and model, wife and socialite, mother and sister, amateur and academic.  

The images of these women breathe life into our places and can help institutions like the Trust improve at putting women of all backgrounds at the centre of the stories we tell about our history. The aim of Ways of Seeing is to explore how photography is used to tell women’s stories.’ – Ben Reiss, Morton Photography Project Curator, National Trust for Scotland

 

Through Ways of Seeing, Shutter Hub brings together the work of women photographers in, and from, Scotland, and asks them ‘What are you looking at now?’

 


 

Thursday 2nd April 2020
(as part of National Trust for Scotland’s Second Morton Photography Symposium)

Glasgow Women’s Library
23 Landressy Street, Glasgow, G40 1BP

Evening reception from 5-7pm, Thursday 2nd April 2020

Open: 9am to 7pm

 

01 May – 30 June 2020

The Tenement House
145 Buccleuch Street, Garnethill, Glasgow, G3 6QN

Opening reception event 6-8pm, Friday 01 May 2020

Open: Daily 10am to 5pm (last admission 4:30)
Free entry to exhibition, normal admission prices apply for visiting the Tenement House.

 


 

CALL FOR ENTRIES: Ways of Seeing – Women and Photography in Scotland

 



WAYS OF SEEING is supported by:
Newspaper Club

 

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