From cosy film screenings to full-scale festivals, we believe that nothing beats a good get-together. Our annual programme is full of fun, FREE events for everyone: we run Pop-Up screenings in unexpected places, film premieres in world-class cinemas, music nights and cabarets, drama and theatre performances, parades, street parties, exhibitions, crafts sales, festivals and family fun days – inspiring celebrations of our wonderful community!
Check out What’s On to find out what’s coming up or have a look at some of our past events (maybe you were there!).
(If YOU are hosting an Arts event you’d like us to share, please let us know and we can add it to our Calendar.)
The welcome videos offers a list of organisations for those arriving who do not know the area and acts as a signposting tool for those in need of advice and support. The videos have been translated by participants into Amharic, Tigrinya and Arabic.
Once again in 2015, we were invited into local schools to design and build the colourful lanterns for the Xmas Light Switch On parade from Govan Cross to Elderpark Library.
As part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival we are working with the Glasgow Community Health Partnership to deliver Jewellery Making Courses over a period of 8 weeks.
Once again we are proud to play our part in this year’s Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival. This national festival is the largest of its kind in the world, bringing people from all over Scotland together to help raise awareness and reduce stigma around mental health.
As part of the Southside Film Festival 2013, Plantation Productions and Sigma Films/Jump Cut will be premiering their latest productions.
A day of fun activities to celebrate our big makeover at The Portal, the launch of our new website and the launch of our new Making Art Matter programme for 2013 – 2014.
An inspirational group of local people get together each week to join in voice and heart and make the world a little brighter.
Govan takes it own slant on “500 days of Summer” !