Pinkston Paddlesport Party 1st June 2019

Bring your family and friends along to Pinkston Watersports on Saturday 1st June for a fun day of watersports, food and music!

There will be a chance to try kayaking, canoeing, white water rafting and SUP Yoga – no experience necessary and it’s free! There will also be demonstrations going on throughout the day, and a duck race with prizes up for grabs!

No need to book or get tickets, sessions will be on a first come, first served basis, running every half an hour from 10am; so just turn up!

If you plan to get in a boat please wear comfortable clothes and some old trainers. You might want to bring change of clothes, just in case you get wet! All safety equipment will be provided. Children are welcome and they must be over 8 years of age to take part in the sessions.

Community Workshops: Arts, Culture & Heritage

Come along and share your thoughts at one of four workshops taking place this month as we work to develop a Canal Arts, Culture and Heritage Strategy.

These workshops are for everyone, you don’t need to be creative – we would welcome your thoughts on what kind of events, public art and storytelling we should be doing to celebrate our communities and their unique history.

The strategy will focus on the communities around Port Dundas, Spiers Wharf, Hamiltonhill, Ruchill and Firhill.

The workshops take place on the 14, 18 and 21st May 2019.

Test Unit 2019

This year’s theme is Material Flows

Test Unit is an art, design and architecture summer school and events programme. Over an intensive week we create a hands-on learning environment to explore a theme and engage with ideas, materials, people and place.

We provide the space, materials and tools for people to realise tangible projects and test ideas in public space. By bringing together people from various disciplines and skill levels we aim to create an open forum for critical dialogue and peer-to-peer learning. The project is based in Civic House and adjacent sites – we use these as studios, workshops and build spaces. We also programme a public-facing events and talks programme that brings different voices to the discussion and connects with wider audiences in the city and beyond.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday 17th of May 2019

Glasgow Canal Festival 2019

Back by popular demand, the Glasgow Canal Festival returns to Glasgow’s iconic Forth & Clyde Canal between Spiers Wharf and Applecross Basin on Saturday 20th July 2019!  Don’t miss it!

The Glasgow Canal Festival is North Glasgow’s most exciting annual festival, with a packed programme of arts, watersports, interactive adventures, heritage tours, boat races and much more!

Uniquely, the festival takes place on the banks of the Forth & Clyde Canal, just a 5-minute walk from Cowcaddens Subway station. The event celebrates the local community and shares the story of the canal’s incredible heritage.

Enjoy an afternoon listening to live music performed by a range of local musicians,  discover hidden storytelling corners, take part in a family-friendly arts workshop, try your hand at canoeing or race down the canal with a team of friends. There’s really something for everyone and audiences always report discovering and enjoying something they didn’t expect and had never tried before.

Watch this space for the announcement of programme details for 2019…

Glasgow Service Jam 2019

Glasgow Service Jam is a weekend event, bringing jammers together to design and test new ideas with new people.

Tickets – £5

Agile City presents SATURDAY SCHOOL

Saturday School is a monthly forum for creative learning. Each edition will occupy the spaces of Civic House and host workshops and discussions led by practitioners working across mixed disciplines.

Grey Wolf Studios – Sample sale!

It’s Sample Sale season!

So we’re opening our studio doors for four hours only on Saturday 23rd March to bring you this special event where we’ll be selling discounted end of line items, samples, one-offs, trims, fabric and equipment we no longer need!

131 Craighall Road, Glasgow, G4 9TN

Making Things Move

Interactive Sculpture with Jennifer Sykes
Through the introduction of low-cost computers (micro-controllers such as Arduino), its now easier than ever to add individual control over kinetic sculpture and existing electronic objects. This course will introduce you to a range of practical methods to operate and alter the behaviour of motors and kinetic objects.

Wednesdays | 1800 – 2030
13th & 20th March