The Atlas Group
Clandestine Rebel Clown Army
Critical Art Ensemble
Jordan & Hewitt
Creative Action in Political Culture. The exhibition brings together artists who endeavour to make creative political change through their practice, working across art and activism, using a range of strategies and technologies. The show utilises the function of a gallery as a public and social space for engaging with creative ideas.
Creative Action in Political Culture
RISK brings together artists who endeavour to make creative political change through their practice, working across art and activism, using a range of strategies and technologies. The exhibition utilises the function of a gallery as a public and social space for engaging with creative ideas. RISK will present social actions and processes, political statements and questions, films, participatory, web and computer-based works, research material, alternative trade systems, workshops, discussion forums, art objects and more.
Over 30 artists will take part including: The Atlas Group, Autonomi.tv, Aisling Oâ€™Beirn, Clandestine Rebel Clown Army, Critical Art Ensemble, Jota Castro, Ruth Catlow, Ghazel, Gregory Green, Jordan & Hewitt, Martin Krenn, Josh On, Platform, Simon Poulter, Oliver Ressler, Kate Rich, Variant.
Operation T.A.K.E. (Toys Against Killing Everyone)
Saturday 26th March, 10 - 11.30am for kids, 12-5pm for adults, CCA:1, free
Work with the Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army (CIRCA) to transform toy soldiers into clown army soldiers in this workshop for kids (and sensible adults). Bring your own war toys and soldiers to transform and add to the model map of Gleneagles.
Rebel Clowning, taster workshop
Saturday 26th March, 2 - 5pm, Club Room, free
This participatory workshop kicks off with a spoof lecture on the theory and practice off rebel clowning, dissolving into the practice of civil disobedience tactics and the art of clowning. Come along to find out more.
Self Regulating Poster Wall
Saturday 26th March - 14th May, CCA:1, free
Have something to say? Come and paste up your poster on the self-regulating poster wall in CCA:1 during the RISK exhibition (trestle tables and wallpaper paste provided). Your poster will remain visible until someone pastes over the top. You can bring your poster along to the gallery and paste it up yourself, or send it to Ele Carpenter at CCA, 350 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow G2 3JD.
350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow G2 3JD
Tues-Fri 11-6, Sat 10-6, Closed Sun-Mon