The People's Palace hosts a programme of exhibitions in the top floor gallery space, as well as in its Community Exhibition space. If you would like to find out more about exhibiting in the community exhibition please contact the museum.
Fred A.Farrell: From Homefront to Frontline in WW1
Through powerful sketches and watercolours, this new exhibition showcases the work of war artist Fred A. Farrell. Illustrating life in France and Flanders in 1917 and 1918, he also drew the home effort in Glasgow’s munitions factories, shipyards and engineering works. In 1920, his finished works were displayed in Glasgow City Chambers and this is the first time many of these works have been on display since that time. Find out more here
This exhibition runs from Friday 30 May - Sunday 23 November
The "Our Games" exhibition will chart the experiences of volunteers in the city this summer. The exhibition will tour three community centres before coming to the People's Palace. We will have more information soon, but in the meantime, take a look at our Photo Competition here.
Red Road: Past, Present, Future
This exhibition explored the rise and fall of high-rise living in Glasgow, through looking at the iconic Red Road flats. Find out more about this exhibition and see short films from it here
As part of our ongoing temporary exhibition programme, a new-look exhibition on the story of the Red Road flats will be displayed on the ground floor of the People’s Palace. It will open on Friday 30 May. Find out more about the larger exhibition here.