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Dardishi Fundraiser!

Come join us for Dardishi’s fundraising event! There will be tea, a film screening and raffle prizes. Dardishi is a zine and festival of Arab and North African womxn’s art, which will be taking place at CCA Glasgow on 8th -10th March 2019.

Dardishi is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit community venture.

Wed 23 Jan


Gaels Le Chéile: Árchú, Anne Martin and DLÙ

Celebration of Gaelic culture.

Sat 26 Jan

Glasgow International GI 2020 Open Programme Info Session and Theme Announcement

For the next festival in 2020, GI is making some changes to how the open strand of its programme works. Please join us for this info session, which will introduce prospective applicants to what these are and what they will mean.

We will also announce the theme of the 2020 festival and talk through some of the key ideas and areas of focus. Applicants can choose to incorporate the theme if they wish but this is not essential.

Mon 21 Jan

Free but ticketed

John Paul White

John Paul White

Tickets on sale Friday 30th November at 10am

John Paul White is a singer- songwriter who resides in Florence, Alabama. As one-half of the critically acclaimed The Civil Wars, he toured the world and introduced millions to his music. The duo also won the 2011 Grammy Awards for Best Folk Album and Best Country Duo/Group Performance. 

Now, together with co-founders Ben Tanner, keyboardist for Alabama Shakes, and Muscle Shoals native Will Trapp, Mr. White runs Single Lock Records, a Florence-based indie label that has released records by some of the Yellowhammer State’s finest, including Dylan LeBlanc, St. Paul ">Broken Bones, and legendary songwriter Donnie Fritts. 

Mr. White’s latest album, his first solo recording in nearly a decade, is titled Beulah. Released in 2016, it’s an assuredly diverse collection spanning plaintive folk balladry, swampy southern rock, lonesome campfire songs, and dark acoustic pop

Fri 25 Jan

Mull Historical Society with Bernard Butler and Joel Gardner

Mull Historical Society with Bernard Butler and support

Colin MacIntyre is a multi-award-winning musician, producer, author and playwright. and one of the UK’s most prolific talents. He has released eight acclaimed albums to date, most notably under the name Mull Historical Society, having achieved two UK Top 20 albums and four Top 40 singles, since his Gold selling debut album, 'Loss'. His new MHS album, ‘Wakelines’, has been produced by Mercury and Brit-Award winning Producer Bernard Butler. 

Thu 24 Jan

Selected Works by Annie Crabtree & Brigid Daily

An evening of short moving image works developed over the past year.

Annie Crabtree will be showing 'Body of Water', a film that draws into focus misunderstandings of women’s pain and the accompanying breach of self-determination inflicted by medical procedures, social norms, and cultural expectations of women and their bodies.

Brigid Daily will be showing new short video pieces developed while living in Mexico and Germany.

Content notes: White flashing light Nudity Medical references

Thu 24 Jan

Free but ticketed

Subcity Radio Presents… Wild Combination: A Portrait of Arthur Russell

Wild Combination… (2008) is director Matt Wolf’s visually absorbing portrait of the seminal avant-garde composer, singer-songwriter, cellist, and disco producer Arthur Russell. Before his untimely death from AIDS in 1992, Arthur prolifically created music that spanned both pop and the transcendent possibilities of abstract art. Now, over fifteen years since his passing, Arthur's work is finally finding its audience. Wolf incorporates rare archival footage and commentary from Arthur's family, friends, and closest collaborators—including Philip Glass and Allen Ginsberg—to tell this poignant and important story.

This screening will be the first event as part of a series of programming between the 21st and 27th of January, celebrating the life and work of Arthur Russell that will culminate in the broadcasting of Peter Broderick (Erased Tapes) performing some of Arthur's work as part of the Celtic Connections festival. For more information on the rest of the broadcasting schedule please visit

Mon 21 Jan


A Weakness for Raisins Films & Archive of Ester Krumbachová

Exhibition of work by Ester Krumbachová.

Tue 22 Jan
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CCA is a direct descendant of the Third Eye Centre, Glasgow's avant-garde headquarters in the 70s and 80s. CCA commissions and presents new work by Scottish artists, as well as showing work by major international figures. A broad attitude to programming means that you'll also find dance performances, concerts, kids' acting workshops and a general emphasis on openness and inclusivity. Saramago café bar offers beers, wines, snacks and light meals.

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