Exhibitions at GoMA

 We have a fantastic library, internet hub, cafe and shop - why not drop in while you are here and also enjoy the unique architecture of this historic building.

We also offer a range of programmed activities for all ages. Please ask any member of staff for more information or check out our What's On brochure here.​​

Current And Upcoming Exhibitions​

Until Sun 20 September
Referencing radio broadcasting, Ancient Greek writings, and in the case of the exhibition’s title, a misheard line of song, Morland explores the poetic space between the transmission and reception of information.

Fri 10 July-Sun 16 August
Turner Prize-nominated artist Phil Collins creates a modern-day city symphony and musical love letter to Glasgow. The film conjures up a distinctive vision through musical numbers, animation and a uniquely Glaswegian cable TV station.

Ballet of the Palette

In Gallery 2 until 24 January 2016
An exhibition of 20th century paintings from Glasgow Museums' collection, chosen by contemporary artists who exhibited in the 2013 exhibition, A Picture Show.
 

In Gallery 4 until 28 February 2016
A Glasgow Museums' collection exhibition designed as a conversation between works on paper by women and moving image. Recent acquisitions from the Glasgow Women's Library 21 Revolutions series form a starting point, relating them to other works from the collection.

Featuring Anne Colvin
28 May-5 July
​​Two recent works by San Francisco-based artist Anne Colvin: A Room Full of Stones (2014) and Bagmott's Halt (2014). Selected in partnership with Modern Edinburgh Film School.

​​​Clyde Reflections​

29 May
-5 July 2015 

Clyde Reflections is a collaborative film installation by the art-science team
Hurrel and Brennan (Artist Stephen Hurrel and Social Ecologist Ruth Brennan) and builds on their successful collaborative work to date.
Find out about our FREE seminar running on Sat 13 Jun here​


University of the West of Scotland Artist-teacher programme Exhibition​

March 2015-March 2016
GoMA is a partner of the UWS ArtistTeacher Programme and offers support by hosting seminars and lectures through our Learning and Access department. As a partner and a supporter of  the continual development of creative thinking through education, GoMA is delighted to host UWS’s yearly Artist–Teacher Exhibition.​  Find out more here

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