A City Brought to Life at RGI Glasgow

Molly Hankinson, 'Educate Don't Hate', from Shawlands Mural Trail
Molly Hankinson, 'Educate Don't Hate', from Shawlands Mural Trail

Urban Potentials

Tue - Sat 10:00 - 17:00. Admission free, booking via website.

From: 23 Oct 2021

To: 13 Nov 2021

RGI Kelly Gallery
118 Douglas Street
Glasgow & the Clyde Valley
G2 4ET

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The creativity and freedom of Glasgow’s urban landscape is the theme of RGI Kelly Gallery‘s Urban Potentials, showing work in a diverse range of media in an exhibition that seeks to elevate the  best of Scotland’s architects, designers, artists, and printmakers in capturing the beauty and movement of the country’s built environment and communities. Exhibitors include Ciara McInnes, Conor Ross, Eliza Coulson, Joe Payne, Molly Hankinson, Nadia Malekian, Norman Sutton-Hibbert, Rory Kennedy, Scott Abercrombie (whose work is pictured), Edith Ault, Niall Murphy, Dylan Lombard and Simon Murphy.

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