Fri 16 Mar, 6.30–9pm. Free. Book via Eventbrite We are delighted to be partnering up with the LGBT Health and Wellbeing Centre to celebrate International Women’s Day. Makar Jackie Kay will share a spoken word performance, Delightful Squalor will give a taste of their timeless Americana sounds and there will be a creative opportunity to explore our Lee Lozano exhibition Slip Slide Splice. Jackie Kay was born and brought up in Scotland. The Adoption Papers won the Forward Prize, a…Find out more »
Thu 29 Mar, 7–10pm. Free. Drinks served. Book via Eventbrite. Escape to the marvellous in a free youth-focused evening of live music, fantasy, performance and action set within Lee Lozano’s exhibition Slip Slide Splice. The Fruitmarket Gallery’s youth group Fresh Fruit's second collaboration with the open collective Artesfera brings the exhibition to life with a packed programme playing with instructions and the humorous side of Lozano’s work. **Surrealist soundscapes by Dominic Corbett & Dee Learious** **Dialogue booth** **“Outside of the…Find out more »
Sun 8 Apr, 10–11am. Free. 12 places. To book a place email the bookshop on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0131 226 8181. Artist Louise Fraser leads this workshop which explores themes, ideas and materials within our Lee Lozano exhibition Slip Slide Splice. You will make paintings that merge forms, working from faces and everyday tools. Experiment with techniques and materials including slime!Find out more »
Thu 19 Apr, 6–9pm. Free. A fun and light-hearted workshop lead by knitting nuts from the Gallery’s staff, we will knit and crochet rude bits inspired by our Lee Lozano exhibition. Bring your knitting needles and crochet hooks and we will bring the wool. Image: Lee Lozano, Private Notebook 5, 1969 (detail) © The Estate of Lee Lozano. Courtesy Hauser & Wirth.Find out more »
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