Exhibitions at GoMA

Sue Tompkins​ - Come to Orzak

Come to Ozark is an exhibition that imagines arrival in a fictional place – a place Tompkins explores through text and performance in this series of new works. 

Part of Glasgow International 2014

Aleksandra Domanovic​

In her first institutional solo exhibition in the UK, Domanovic uses figures and motifs to explore the marginalised representation of women within popular science fiction and time travel.​ 

Part of Glasgow International 2014​


An invitation to play 

ATELIER PUBLIC#2 is a re-presentation of a 2011 exhibition at GoMA where members of the public were invited to make artworks using materials available in the gallery. In the spirit of ATELIER PUBLIC, GoMA invites you to use the materials to make new work, which will be installed in the gallery for other visitors to see.

Part of Glasgow international 2014

UWS Artist Teacher Exhibition 2013

Glasgow Museums is delighted to be working in close partnership with University of the West of Scotland and NSEAD as part of the UWS MEd Artist Teacher degree course.

The UWS distance learning postgraduate MEd Artist Teacher degree course provides teachers and others working within the sector the opportunity to refresh their own visual arts practice against the 'real world' contexts of contemporary art and culture.  The course helps develop a community of practice which is both sustainable and supportive and which is driven ultimately by the challenges faced by art and design teachers in the 21st Century.

This year, GoMA is working​ with UWS to produce its first ever Virtual Exhibition of the work produced by the students. To see this virtual exhibition go to the website​.

To find out more about all exhibitions in Glasgow Life venues visit our What's On page.​​​​​​​​​​

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