Shutter Hub teamed up with National Trust for Scotland and Glasgow Women’s Library 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.
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?’
The two-part exhibition will run concurrently at Glasgow Women’s Library as a large-scale projection, and online at shutterhub.org.uk
We’re pleased to announce the selected photographers exhibiting in WAYS OF SEEING are:
Andrea Beavon, Anne Brodie, Anne Campbell, Anne Thomson, Anneleen Lindsay, Ashley Erdman, Becky Probert, Caroline Fraser, Clare Lou, Connie Weir, Edith Templeton, Eve Kerr, Fiona Macalister, Haneen Hadiy, Hannah Bailey, Heather Buchanan, Heshani Sothiraj Eddleston, Ilisa Stack, Jane Reith, Jayme Miller, Julie Laing, Kathryn Polley, Laura Blaikie, Martha Orbach, Marysia Lachowicz, Morag Perkins, Natalie Feather, Nicola Stead, Ottilie Hunter, Rebecca Milling, Rhiannon Walker, Robyn Braham, Rosanna Lee, Rosita McKenzie, Sarah Tulloch, Shonagh Kelly, Sigrid Schmeisser, Simona Ciocarlan, Sophie Gerrard, Stephanie Gibson, Sunita Lacey, Susan Bittker, Tanya de Villiers, Vicki Allison.
WAYS OF SEEING
29 October – 11 December 2020
Glasgow Women’s Library, 23 Landressy Street, Glasgow, G40 1BP
The WAYS OF SEEING exhibition was originally going to launch at Glasgow Women’s Library as part of the National Trust’s Symposium in April 2020, but was then postponed to October 2020 with the plan to continue on to Tenement House, Glasgow until the end of the year. Due to the continuing concerns around the COVID-19 pandemic these plans have been adjusted and the exhibition will be projected at Glasgow Women’s Library and shown online at shutterhub.org.uk.
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