7PM - 9PM
A night to launch the Act as if we own the place campaign.
A public discussion on renewing local democracy featuring:
LESLEY RIDDOCH, author of Blossom: What Scotland needs to flourish
ROBIN MCALPINE, director of think-tank Common Weal
GEHAN MACLEOD, co-founder of GalGael Trust and former resident of Pollok Free State
WILLIE SULLIVAN, director of the Electoral Reform Society Scotland
Our democracy isn’t working in the way it should. Lets get together and work to improve our Communities!!
Friday 11th November ~ Jam
Join Jer Reid who will be leading this Jam
6pm - 9pm, £5
Sunday 27th November ~ Workshop
Circularity in Contact Improvisation workshop, with Anne-Gaelle Thiriot.
Find More information about @TheGlasgowJam workshops and jams on their website.
Friday 11th November
7pm - Midnight
Live Music, DJ's, Food and Cocktails!
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Join Kinning Park Complex for a special Halloween Social Sunday, full of fun FREE activities for all the family. We've got face painting, sew-your-own Halloween costume, Mexican food by the Mad Chef, our regular Swap Shop... and more!
Workshops this week are inspired by Mexican culture and led by artists Greer Pester and Sarah Rankin:
12 - 1pm
build your very own up cycled 'Alebrijes' paper- mache tropical plants, plastic Marigold flowers & 'Talavera' decorative tiles to adorn the altar with.
1 - 2pm
upcycle Marigold flowers out of plastic bags + design a tile in the 'Talavera' style to adorn the altar with.
2 - 3pm
build your very own 'Eye of God' yarn mandala.
The 'huichol' indigenous tribes of North Mexico use these to protect themselves and those most vulnerable from harm!
Decorate your Tropical plants with lots of colour. Then we will place your crafted items in the altar to be displayed at the end of the day.
For more information contact:
CLASS: 1pm-2pm with Penny Chivas - £10
£10 (includes film ticket and two course meal)
Tickets available here through Eventbrite
An Anti-Colonial Menu looks to discuss ancestral delicacies from the African continent pre-colonial rule. This one off dine and view event looks to discuss the politics and heritage of African cooking as one of the most diverse, yet least experienced, least understood cuisines in the world, through the research of historical foods and lost recipes from all of Africa - with the idea that the hangover of colonial rule also extends its legacy within the everyday food experience.
This communal dining experience will be followed by the film Black Girl.
This event is brought to you by Black History Month, Soul Food Sisters, Africa in Motion Film Festival, Küche and African Challenge Scotland.
La noire de… (Black Girl) | Ousmane Sembène | Senegal/France 1966 | 1h5m | French with English subtitles | 12
This recently and beautifully restored version of Black Girl is pioneering Senegalese director Ousmane Sembène's first feature film, and is one of the first features by a director from sub-Saharan Africa. The film tells the tragic story of Diouana, a young Senegalese woman who finds work as a childminder for a French couple in Dakar. When the couple return to the south of France, she goes with them, dreaming of a life of luxury and fine clothes on the Côte d'Azur. However, things don't turn out as she planned. A very moving and beautifully filmed portrayal of the gradual breakdown of a fragile, young woman, this is a great opportunity to see one of the genuine classics of African cinema.
We are excited to welcome the first Extrasensory: Music festival in Glasgow! We are delighted to host one of three nights (the others are at Glasgow Cathedral). Each performance is free of charge to make the events easily accessible for everyone! As a result their is a fundraising campaign to cover the costs of the festival. If you would like more information on how you can help please go to: http://www.extrasensorymusic.com/fundraiser/.
*Numbers are limited, so please email us to book – email@example.com*
There is more information on the Musicians and Makers at:http://www.extrasensorymusic.com/
Jan Waterfield (harpsichord) and Laszlo Rozsa (recorder) play division music with food crafted by Rum, Egg and Muck.
A chilled out door garden vibe with laid back beats, live street food and killer canvas art, from Mad Chef's Street Food Assault Team bringing our community together.
More information here.
On 27th of July this year, a truck full of explosives (followed by a motorbike carrying the same), caused devastation in the Kurdish city of Qamishlo, Syria, in the very same neighbourhood where Alsham founder and chef, Shivan, grew up. The explosion, which DAESH/ISIL has claimed responsibility for, killed over 70 men, women and children, wounded hundreds, and destroyed all homes within a 1km radius, leaving scores of families bereaved, homeless and with nothing to be able rebuild their lives.
Alsham is therefore hosting an evening of delicious food, beverages, and music in solidarity with those affected, to celebrate the resilience of families trying to rebuild their homes and their lives, and to raise as much funds as possible to send directly to families affected in Qamishlo in aid of their efforts to do so.
The meal is ticketed via eventbrite which is free, but numbers a limitied. We would however suggest a donation of £10 per person if possible.
All welcome to attend for drinks and music without ticket purchase.
11 am - 4pm
Join us for a day full of fun, free activities for all the family!
We'll be joined by Herbalist Catriona Gibson and The Little Sourdough Bakery all day, who will be showing us exciting ways of using up the produce in our garden for health and our tastebuds! You can get involved in Herb Vinegar Making workshops, forage walks, sourdough Pizza-Making workshops, and more!
Urban Roots will be showing us how to use bike-power instead of electricity to blend our own smoothies. Learn how to fix your own bike too at our Bike Repair Cafe!
There will even be a 'Seasonal Yoga' session upstairs from 11:30am - 1pm.
All day, Ganzadada the Clown will be around with a bag full of balloons and there's face-painting for all the family too!
As well as all this, we'll have our regular Swap Shop running and there will be up-cycling & garden workshops throughout the day.
Food is being served by the The Real Junk Food Project, from 12:30 - 3:30pm.
We hope to see you all there!
Food and snacks available, BYOB
£3.00 (Carers Go Free)
Tickets available at: WeGotTickets
Pure and ecstatic pop from a charismatic, charming and honest individual. Daniel Wakeford is a Singer songwriter from Brighton who has written and recorded over 5 albums. He has been performing in and around Brighton and London for years and due to the purity in Daniel’s songs and performances, he wins over pretty much every audience he plays to. His songs are about his life and the things he loves, from his family and friends, to Beethoven.
Daniel is an important part of the learning disabled music scene in Brighton, centred around a night called The Rock House, and through celebrating Daniel as an artist who has autism, it will portray a much needed positive image of learning disabled people in the media and will help highlight the challenges faced by musicians with learning disabilities.
Daniel has been writing and recording music since 2009. He has amassed an impressive back catalogue, in excess of 60 songs, with new album ‘The Songs of Gigs’
"A legend and an inspiration" - Marc Riley, BBC 6Music
"Daniel Wakeford brings heartfelt euphoria wherever he goes. His seemingly bottomless well of material offers up classic after classic in the shape of relentlessly catchy pop naivetes. It’s the delivery that sets Daniel apart, anyone with a shred of a soul can’t help but be won over by his unbounded joy and enthusiasm." Supernormal Festival
Sensatronic Lab is an experimental music, art and techology project run with and for young people. Its main aim is to work with young people from all backgrounds to design new types of digital musical instruments. Using collaborative design processes, open source technology and live music sessions the Sensatronic-Lab is developing weird and wonderful creations that are interactive, accessible and at the cutting edge of music, art and technology.
GSA’s favourite laconic poet, able to move through moods of joy, hilarity and melancholy with just a few of those lovely Yorkshire syllables.
Ideal Mexico are organising this event with the help and support of Constant Flux, which was started in 2013 to create more opportunities for musicians with learning disabilities. Combining two seemingly separate areas of music: the learning disabled music scene and the UK’s large DIY music community. Constant Flux has been instrumental in developing the idea of integrated and accessible shows. Ways in which events are integrated include booking learning disabled and non-learning disabled acts on the same bill, working with venues to ensure they are accessible and working with local learning disabled community to encourage people with a learning disability to attend.
In partnership with Kinning Park Complex we bring you an all-day launch party for MugStock Festival 2016 bringing you a fine selection of movies, music, food, drinks and treats!
1:00 – 5:00pm MugStock Matinee
Join us in the afternoon to enjoy 2 classic movies in our afternoon pop-up cinema.
5:30 – 7:00pm MugStock Mic
Come down to perform or enjoy our first ever open mic, hosted by Declan Welsh, where we aim to give anyone the chance to perform on our stage and to our audience. We’re always on the lookout for talented artists for our events and festival!
7:00 – 11:00pm MugStock Music
To finish the evening we bring you live music from a selection of MugStock Festival 2016 performers including;
Once referred to as ‘possibly the best kept secret in Glasgow’ solo musician Michael’s music is thought provoking and moving. Grab a sneak peak of what’s to come from Michael’s at MugStock Festival 2016.
Heir of the Cursed
Heir of the Cursed (formerly Genesee) is a Kenyan-born singer-songwriter now residing in Glasgow, who brings together a superb mixture of poetic lyrics and enchanted melodies in her self-penned tracks. Previous winner of the Danny Kyle Open Stage Award (Celtic Connections). A must see live act.
More to be announced.
For both cinema and gig entry we ask you donate what you can at the door to help us make MugStock festival the best we can.
A magical afternoon of relaxing and restorative yin yoga with live accompaniement on the harp from Royal Conservatoire musician Carolina Marcelino playing specially composed pieces.
Please contact Melissa for more information and to book your place:
10am - 6pm
Flying Low focuses mainly on the dancers relationship with the floor. Utilising simple movement patterns, which explore cohesion and expansion.
Passing Through is an instant compositional dance web, in which the whole group have infinite possibilities of pathways in curve. The group moves constantly, transforming the environment of the dance.
more info at www.pozaproject.org
A night of music and words from some of the finest LGBTI+ performers you will ever see as part of Rae Spoon's UK tour! All ages welcome, BYOB for those 18+ only.
Rae Spoon has been called one of Canada’s best songwriters and their new album Armour does not disappoint. The ten new songs hold all of the lyrical depth indicative of Spoon’s compositions while showcasing their distinctive voice. Armour, Spoon’s eighth solo album, is the highly anticipated follow-up to Polaris Prize– nominated My Prairie Home.
Musical support from Laurence Made Me Cry, Jesus and his Judgemental Father, Chrissy Barnacle
Poetry from Elaine Gallagher and Ross McFarlane
For more info go to the Facebook Event Page
We will have Art and Craft activities for all the family
Zero Waste Wise Glasgow will be be here to make coasters from old magazines and will have a stall to advise you one how to reduce your waste!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Invigorated from our last encounter with the non-spoon beings of Glasgow, we return to share more howls and grunts and vowels and offer again a free/donation vegan meal prepared using surplus produce from Glasgow’s greengrocers, alongside a healthy platter of live art, anarchy, and enlightenment.
7pm Friday 1st April 2016 - Kinning Park Complex, 40 Cornwall Street, Glasgow, G41 1AQ, Scotland, Europe, Earth, The Spooniverse
Howling Spoon is an international revolt of conscious-cutlery. We howl for every spoon who cannot howl for themselves. We have risen from our drawers to become cooks, activists, performance-makers, painters, sculptors, curators, collage-makers, poets, playwrights, and friends. As broth burps bubbles above a flame, we practice art and activism with a
chaotic surface, pitting joy against power.
Footage of the first Performance K!tchen here: https://vimeo.com/
If you think you might be a spoon, then you are a spoon. Join the uprising by messaging firstname.lastname@example.org
S P O O N S O F T H E W O R L D U N I T E !
We are hosting a talk with Karolina Bregula an artist who works with Film, Photography and Installations. Market Gallery are presenting new work by Karolina commissioned for Glasgow International 2016.
Come along to Kinning Park where Karolina will talk about her work and there will be a screening of one of her previous films 'Fire-Followers'
"Fire-Followers is a staged documentary about a quiet city in the Nothern Europe. Throughout the ages it has burned regularly. The modern methods helped to protect it from fires so the inhabitants could finally live without thinking that any moment a new catastrophe would appear. However, the fear has never left them anyway. The whole city is talking about a group of respected art historians who believe that the regular destructive fires burning down the museum collections have become the nature of local art. Without the fires, the progress of art would be impossible. In their opinion, if the art heritage is not destroyed, the young artists will not be able to work. The historians think that only fire can help to come out of a deadlock. The residents of the city suspect that the art historians are running a secret organization which aims to set the fires destroying the historical art. The museums, the galleries and the private art collections are all considered to be in danger. People get rid of valuable art pieces to protect their lives and houses, the vicinities of the museums become more and more desolate. There is no proof of the existence of the dangerous secret organisation which everyone is afraid of. Still, the fear and paranoia are growing, casting a shadow on a peaceful city life." www.karolinabregula.com
More information about Karolina Bregula's work at Glasgow International can be found on the Market Gallery website.
11am - 3pm
Free entry, all welcome!
CAFE DISCUSSION TABLES AT 11.15am, 12.15pm, 1.15pm.
1. Biodiversity - What is found on an Allotment Site and how to encourage it.
2. New Growing Spaces - Associations on a new Allotment Site - questions and advice.
3. Where land is (plus Maps).
WORKSHOPS AT 11.15am, 12.15pm 1.15pm.
1. Harvesting and Storing
3. Planning a garden
COOKERY DEMO at 1.15 to 2pm.
HUBS - Displays by SOUTH, NORTH-EAST AND NORTHWEST
In addition, our incredible CAFETERIA TEAM will be dishing up soup, Tea, Coffee and soft drinks with lots of home baking to be consumed. There will be produce for sale, including jams and chutneys.
We have invited a number of organisations to come along. Some will set up their stall and some will mingle with plot-holders.
KPC have their own little garden outside. It is wonderful what they have done and, although it is the wrong time of year with harvest past, it is worth a look at how they have managed to set up an urban garden.
10pm - 1am
Our Climate Challenge project, Waste Not Want, invites you to a Social Sunday programmed by Open Jar Collective, to learn about the cycle of nutrients that feeds us, how to nurture soil and what can we grow to feed ourselves.
Soil and stomach:
Join us for a skill share where we will explore the ancient art of fermentation – from sourdough bread to sauerkraut. Learn about the microbial communities that help us preserve food naturally and the health benefits of introducing more fermented foods into our diet.
How to make a compost bin:
Join us for a practical session of woodwork and learn how to make your very own compost bin.
Keeping it fresh:
We will learn how to prepare summer salads using fresh produce from KPC’s very own garden.
To keep up to date with this event be our friend on Facebook!
A fundraiser to raise money for Girls Rock School Projects running over the Summer. The Project is run by some of KPC’s Tenants.
Music from Bratakus, Velveteen Riot, Kittlinclapperdin and Fallope and the Tubes.
Workshops and Stalls including badge and zine making, refashion your glad ragz, face painting, clothes swap, bake sale, and more!
Cost: Donation Bucket entry
Come along and support this great project, the organisers will be on hand to answers any questions and provide more information.
Kinning Park Camera Club’s annual exhibition is at KPC on Friday 24th June displaying beautiful photography from its members. A wide selection of prints will be auctioned off to raise funds for the Club.
They are always interested to speak to people who would like to join the club. The exhibition is also an opportunity to speak to existing members and ask questions. The Kinning Park Camera Club is open to anyone with an interest in Photography. For more information can be found on their website http://kpcc-web.wix.com/kpcc
The evening also includes some tasty food and a raffle!
For further details contact the club on email@example.com
3pm to 7pm (introduction at 2.30pm for those who have have not attended Underscore before)
@TheGlasgowJam invites you to participate in the Global Underscore 2016. Come and represent Scotland, dancing to the same score at the same time as others around the world.
Led by Penny Chivas coordinator of @TheGlasgowJam, participants are asked to commit to the full score practice , from 3pm to 7pm.
more information about Global Underscore
more information about @TheGlasgowJam
please be aware that the Underground station closes earlier on a Sunday so please arrange alternative travel home.
Kridaka Yoga are delighted to welcome Caroline McCarter from Texas to share her techniques and her knowledge from her work with yoga for mental health concerns.
Increasingly, we and our students are finding it difficult to keep up with the pace of our world. Our mental health is suffering and Yoga has many techniques for addressing this. Join Caroline for what will be an incredibly worthwhile weekend.
Yoga for Soothing Anxiety
Yoga to Lighten Depression
Yoga practices to aid in eating disorder recovery and better body image
More info at http://www.entrycentral.com/mentalhealth
This is bound to be a very popular weekend with limited places.
Sick of daily reports of acts of violence and harshness? Then join KPC’s Donation Disco!
A party that asks nothing of you other than your attendance and maybe your spare change, Screw War; Let’s Dance aims to raise some money to fund art works or creative activism that’s pro-peace and anti-war.
It’s a BYOB affair with tunes by Edinburgh based duo Wonkee Baw. All the money raised will go to a fund to be administered by KPC to fund a creative response to conflict ladden narratives in the media.
Check out our event on Facebook!
We are running two Community Action Days in the KPC garden this spring!
Our garden is for the Community maintained by volunteers and local residents, we need your help to get it back into to shape for summer!
The days will include building a tyre treillis and creating and painting a mural with bottle tops.
Come along on Saturday 26th March and Saturday 2nd April if you would like to get involved!.
If you can't make it we are looking for people to help by recycling their two litre plastic bottles and bottle tops for the project.
We will provide lunch and refreshments for all participants.
If you have any questions please get in touch!
Check out our facebook event
Part of Glasgow International 2016
Still House Plants are David Kennedy, Finlay Clark, Calum O’Connor, and Jessica Hickie-Kallenbach.
Presenting new live music performances alongside an installation of paintings and textiles.
Thursday 14th April — 1pm to 3pm — Performance at 1:30pm