For three weeks Glasgow International showcases the best of local & international visual art in venues across the City
About Glasgow International
Glasgow International is a unique visual art festival taking place over three extraordinary weeks and in over 60 venues across the city.
The free festival offers audiences an unparalleled opportunity to see and discover the work of over 150 artists based in Glasgow and across Scotland, and from the wider UK and around the world.
Major new commissions and exhibitions will be undertaken in a wide range of venues, from more established institutions such as Kelvingrove, Tramway, CCA and GoMA to newer, artist-run spaces as well as in shops, stations, libraries and a selection of the city’s lesser known architectural gems.
Our list of artists and projects will continue to grow in the coming weeks.
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