Thu 8 Feb. 3–8pm. Free. Drop-in.
Soup will be served at 5pm.
Much of Jacqueline Donachie’s artistic research highlights gaps in provision of advice and support services for those facing adverse situations, legal or nancial difficulty. For this event, we have invited lawyers and voluntary organisations with experience in specific areas to share their knowledge about immigration, benefits, disability, housing, employment, family law and financial law. With the enormous changes to legal aid, immigration and the benefits system that are currently taking place, this drop-in event offers you the chance to learn more about your rights. There will be talks and discussions throughout the afternoon and evening: more timings and details will be released nearer the time.
Image: Jacqueline Donachie, Headphone Music, Boats and Trains, 2016. Installation view, Deep in the Heart of Your Brain, Glasgow Museums, GoMA. Courtesy the artist and Patricia Fleming Projects. Photo: Ruth Clark.