Image: performance by Antonia Jean Bruce (2015)
BAT NEIGHBOURS by Esme Armour, Timothea Armour & Yasmine Akamune-Miles (Venue 15, 2015)
Laurieston Railway Arches exhibition, (Venue 33, 2015)
CHAR NAH! HOR (Venue 49) Artists:  Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, Dragan Cichosz & Jedrzej Cichosz (2015)
STATE OF MIND/ HOT BOX (Venue 35) by Alex Rathbone & Callum Monteith (2015)
THE PLINTH (Venue 11) by Andrew Sim, Fiona Beveridge, Hannah Reynolds & Michael Sacco (2015)

Image: performance by Antonia Jean Bruce (2015)

BAT NEIGHBOURS by Esme Armour, Timothea Armour & Yasmine Akamune-Miles (Venue 15, 2015)

Laurieston Railway Arches exhibition, (Venue 33, 2015)

CHAR NAH! HOR (Venue 49) Artists: Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, Dragan Cichosz & Jedrzej Cichosz (2015)

STATE OF MIND/ HOT BOX (Venue 35) by Alex Rathbone & Callum Monteith (2015)

THE PLINTH (Venue 11) by Andrew Sim, Fiona Beveridge, Hannah Reynolds & Michael Sacco (2015)

From 2013-15 I co-founded and directed Glasgow Open House Art Festival that supported over 300 artists in the city to exhibit work in alternative spaces.

Glasgow Open House Art Festival is an artist-led, not-for-profit organisation that was founded in order to meet the practical needs of the city’s grassroots art community and takes its lead from Glasgow’s already prevalent ‘Do-It-Yourself’ culture in relation to visual art and music.

The festival provides a platform for artists both emerging and established, opening up their practices — and in many instances, their homes — to new audiences. By removing art from conventional spaces and embedding it within the very fabric of the city — its tenements, disused buildings, wastelands, and other unsung spaces — Glasgow Open House Art Festival transforms the landscape of Glasgow, thereby offering a new perspective of the city to its inhabitants.