Trongate 103

Trongate 103 Welcome to Trongate 103 - A centre for the arts and creativity in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City. Trongate 103 is a centre for the arts and creativity based in Glasgow's merchant city.
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There are exhibition spaces, workshops and production facilities, kinetic performances, artist studio spaces and a cafe. You can also hire our Seminar Room - call for information. Trongate 103 is free to enter but some performances may charge.

Operating as usual

Check this out this afternoon on Radio Scotland. Exhibition display later this week in Gallery 103 in Trongate 103
13/07/2021

Check this out this afternoon on Radio Scotland. Exhibition display later this week in Gallery 103 in Trongate 103

On the radio this afternoon talking all things Creative Citizens and how we responded to the pandemic. Tune in to the afternoon show with Janice Forsyth to hear Kate and Phil talk about the project and our exhibition that opens this week at Trongate 103 https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000xt8t

Watch back on this special event with artists Sekai Machache and Awuor Onyango in discussion with artist, writer and edu...
02/07/2021
Body of Land Panel Session

Watch back on this special event with artists Sekai Machache and Awuor Onyango in discussion with artist, writer and educator Alberta Whittle. The event is introduced by Arpita Shah and it explored the collaboration from its commencement in an exchange residency in 2018 initiated and produced by Fòcas. It further provides an insight into their working processes since the event 'Black Female Identity & The African Spirit ' - held in September of 2018 and led to their respective bodies of work, Ritual Manifestations and Memoritual; both of which coincided with Glasgow International 2021 and which run in the gallery until 1st August.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvtjX0Q7B14

This special event saw exhibiting artists Sekai Machache and Awuor Onyango in discussion with artist, writer and educator Alberta Whittle. The event explored...

Look out for exhibitions at key venues in Trongate 103 - Project Ability, Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow Print Studio ...
10/06/2021

Look out for exhibitions at key venues in Trongate 103 - Project Ability, Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow Print Studio and Glasgow Project Room all featuring within and beyond Glasgow International which opens tomorrow. A joint exhibition from the tenants in Trongate 103 is viewable now, which gives a little flavour to the diversity of work which takes place here, and in addition to the above there is also displays from Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre, Glasgow Independent Studio and Russian Cultural Centre.

Photos from Street Level Photoworks's post
10/06/2021

Photos from Street Level Photoworks's post

30/05/2021

6 years ago today the first Season of Photography in Scotland took place in a celebration of photography taking place across the country in numerous locations and venues. Gooseflesh zine and exhibition was one of the manifestations - 'Stock Take' was the theme for a new collection of work by contributors to the Glasgow-based zine, including Emily Macinnes (Emily Mac), whose wonderful image of a young girl at a fairground in Cali, Columbia, was used on the Season's front cover. Stock Take was organised by Sarah Amy Fishlock and included work from Alishia Farnan, Ross Finnie, Craig Gibson, Alan Knox, Heidi Kuisma, Claire Maxwell, Kotryna Ula, Scott Caruth and many others. The show opened at Gallery 103, Trongate 103. Check out the archive here: http://photographyscotland.org/season-2015

image © Emily Macinnes.

Both Glasgow Print Studio and Street Level Photoworks are open from tomorrow, 27th April, at 11am and 12pm respectively,...
26/04/2021

Both Glasgow Print Studio and Street Level Photoworks are open from tomorrow, 27th April, at 11am and 12pm respectively, both open till 5pm. Please check websites for times thereafter and consult COVID-19 safety procedures. Access to both galleries is from King Street.

Both Glasgow Print Studio and Street Level Photoworks are open from tomorrow, 27th April, at 11am and 12pm respectively, both open till 5pm. Please check websites for times thereafter and consult COVID-19 safety procedures. Access to both galleries is from King Street.

From the Gallery: Nicky Bird Walk & Talk Tour
24/04/2021
From the Gallery: Nicky Bird Walk & Talk Tour

From the Gallery: Nicky Bird Walk & Talk Tour

In anticipation of Street Level’s reopening on Tuesday 27th April with Nicky Bird’s show Legacy as the first exhibition of 2021, we were delighted to welcome...

New issue of Greater Govanhill is out now. Amongst the varied content one of Trongate 103's tenants features in this one...
27/03/2021

New issue of Greater Govanhill is out now. Amongst the varied content one of Trongate 103's tenants features in this one - Penny Sharp of Glasgow Independent Studio. Greater Govanhill CIC

Just to remind you all that Glasgow Print Studio and Street Level Photoworks galleries and shops are open in the next fe...
16/12/2020

Just to remind you all that Glasgow Print Studio and Street Level Photoworks galleries and shops are open in the next few days - GPS till Saturday 11am - 5pm then again next Tuesday and Weds 22nd and 23rd, and Street Level till Sunday 12-5pm when the Marzaroli show ends. Must see exhibitions by John Byrne and Oscar Marzaroli. Shop local, buy art.

Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre
30/11/2020

Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre

Catch a glimpse of Sharmanka if you’re in the Trongate area! Two of our kinemats are in the main windows of Trongate 103 - A Centre for the Arts and Creativity where we are based!

Trongate 103 is an arts venue featuring a great collective of organisations including Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow Print Studio, Project Ability ,Glasgow Independent Studio and GMAC Film. Fantastic exhibitions, events and learning opportunities are just some of the things Trongate 103 has to offer. We highly recommend a visit when we reopen again!

Couple of years ago now, 'Ballast Nation' took place in Trongate 103, with James and Toby, both studio holders at Glasgo...
29/11/2020

Couple of years ago now, 'Ballast Nation' took place in Trongate 103, with James and Toby, both studio holders at Glasgow Independent Studio.

SCAN
22/10/2020
SCAN

SCAN

📣 CREATIVE FREELANCERS We are opening up our SCAN Online Open Meet: Creative Freelancers Hardship Fund this Thursday to support the wider arts community 👐
For this meeting we will be joined by Amanda Catto, head of visual arts Creative Scotland
The opening date of the fund will be Monday 26th October 2020.
You can register free now

This coming Thursday 22nd October, all information below...
19/10/2020
Close Up: Ajamu X - Street Level Photoworks

This coming Thursday 22nd October, all information below...

Street Level provides inspiring encounters in art photography locally and internationally; a creative setting to exhibit, produce, participate, and buy photography.

Trongate 103 is alive with fantastic exhibitions. At Glasgow Print Studio there is a fantastic exhibition of John Byrne'...
20/09/2020
Glasgow Print Studio

Trongate 103 is alive with fantastic exhibitions. At Glasgow Print Studio there is a fantastic exhibition of John Byrne's work and a series of portraits of John Byrne by David Eustace. Open Tuesdays to Fridays, check website https://gpsart.co.uk/

Glasgow Print Studio promotes contemporary and innovative printmaking through supporting artists, exhibitions, learning, sales and conservation.

Work by one of our studio artists in Glasgow Independent Studio, Jane Topping
23/06/2020

Work by one of our studio artists in Glasgow Independent Studio, Jane Topping

Work by one of our studio artists, Jane Topping

1st image:
Peter
2014
Screen Shot, Video, 30 mins

2nd image:
nou
2018
Screen Shot, Video, 18 mins

3rd image:
Disaggregated Industries AKA The Man Who Fell to Millom
2018
Screen Shot, Video, 14 mins

www.janetopping.co.uk

On Street Level's Facebook and Instagram, daily posts on the project 'Everyday Racism' by Karen Gordon in collaboration ...
22/06/2020

On Street Level's Facebook and Instagram, daily posts on the project 'Everyday Racism' by Karen Gordon in collaboration with various individuals in Glasgow.

'Everyday Racism' is a series of ten environmental portraits exploring instances of micro-acts of racism. The project is a collaboration between people from minority ethnic backgrounds in Glasgow with experience of racism and photographer Karen Gordon. The photographs, and the stories that accompany them, raise awareness of and challenge us all to an open conversation about racism.

Sungjun's Story #2
"As a guy who's lived in UK for the best part of my life, I haven't really seen myself as "being different". Perhaps it was because there weren't that many travellers on the day or maybe it was because I was with another non-white (different ethnicity to mine) at the time. But I do recall the gaze I received that day. I've never felt more self-conscious and paranoid about the looks people gave me. Through this medium, I hope it will spread awareness of some of the feelings that the non-whites face in the UK on a frequent basis and try to work towards removing everyday racism-biases all together."

https://karengordonphotography.blog/
https://karengordonphotography.blog/migrant-voice/
https://karengordonphotography.blog/maryhill-integration-network/

As access to the arts is limited during lockdown Street Level Photoworks have decided to make Photo-Recipe cards for peo...
01/06/2020

As access to the arts is limited during lockdown Street Level Photoworks have decided to make Photo-Recipe cards for people to experiment with at home. These use everyday household items and are a great creative activity to do with kids during this fantastic weather!

The first two recipes are for Turmeric and Spinach Anthotypes. Street Level are encouraging people to try these processes out and share the results with us!

You can use #photorecipe2020 on instagram @streetlevelphotoworks and twitter @StreetLevel or email your pictures to [email protected]

Work by one of our studio artists, Sarah GrantFrom the Empty Streets seriesOil on board20cm x 25cmInstagram: @sfgrant
26/04/2020

Work by one of our studio artists, Sarah Grant
From the Empty Streets series
Oil on board
20cm x 25cm
Instagram: @sfgrant

Work by one of our studio artists, Sarah Grant
From the Empty Streets series
Oil on board
20cm x 25cm
Instagram: @sfgrant

Work by one of our studio artists, Daisy RichardsonCrystallised Sofa2020pencil and watercolour on paperInstagram: @daisy...
21/04/2020

Work by one of our studio artists, Daisy Richardson
Crystallised Sofa
2020
pencil and watercolour on paper
Instagram: @daisymayarichardson

Work by one of our studio artists, Daisy Richardson
Crystallised Sofa
2020
pencil and watercolour on paper
Instagram: @daisymayarichardson

Work by one of our Directors and artist, Lena P***n'Death in the village'2020Collage and acrylic paint on paperInstagram...
20/04/2020

Work by one of our Directors and artist, Lena P***n

'Death in the village'
2020
Collage and acrylic paint on paper

Instagram: @lenaphalen

Work by one of our Directors and artist, Lena P***n

'Death in the village'
2020
Collage and acrylic paint on paper

Instagram: @lenaphalen

Work by one of our studio artists, Neil Hood.1. Bangers & Mashpen drawing coloured digitally2. Bongo Kongpen drawing col...
18/04/2020

Work by one of our studio artists, Neil Hood.

1. Bangers & Mash
pen drawing coloured digitally

2. Bongo Kong
pen drawing coloured digitally

3. Gorbals Vampire (Jenny wi’ the airn teeth)
created 100% digitally in Clip Studio Paint

4. John
pen drawing coloured digitally

5. New Book
pen drawing coloured digitally

6. Ruby’s Orb
pen drawing coloured digitally

Instagram: @nulsh

Work by one of our studio artists, Neil Hood.

1. Bangers & Mash
pen drawing coloured digitally

2. Bongo Kong
pen drawing coloured digitally

3. Gorbals Vampire (Jenny wi’ the airn teeth)
created 100% digitally in Clip Studio Paint

4. John
pen drawing coloured digitally

5. New Book
pen drawing coloured digitally

6. Ruby’s Orb
pen drawing coloured digitally

Instagram: @nulsh

Work by one of our studio artists, Toby Messenger1.) Home studio ( chalk pastel, cardboard and paper ) work in progress2...
17/04/2020

Work by one of our studio artists, Toby Messenger

1.) Home studio ( chalk pastel, cardboard and paper ) work in progress

2.)Record composite ( chalk pastel, cardboard )

3.) Frankenstrat ( chalk pastel, cardboard )

Work by one of our studio artists, Toby Messenger

1.) Home studio ( chalk pastel, cardboard and paper ) work in progress

2.)Record composite ( chalk pastel, cardboard )

3.) Frankenstrat ( chalk pastel, cardboard )

Work by one of our studio artists, Rachel DuckhouseUntitledEtching202036cm x 31cmInstagram : @rachelduckhouse
16/04/2020

Work by one of our studio artists, Rachel Duckhouse
Untitled
Etching
2020
36cm x 31cm
Instagram : @rachelduckhouse

Work by one of our studio artists, Rachel Duckhouse
Untitled
Etching
2020
36cm x 31cm
Instagram: @rachelduckhouse

Work by one of our studio artists, Victoria EvansSuspensionsGlass, resin, tidal detritus, fishing lineInstagram: @victor...
14/04/2020

Work by one of our studio artists, Victoria Evans

Suspensions
Glass, resin, tidal detritus, fishing line
Instagram: @victoriaevansartist

Work by one of our studio artists, Victoria Evans

Suspensions
Glass, resin, tidal detritus, fishing line
Instagram: @victoriaevansartist

Work by one of our studio artists, Sarah GrantFrom the Empty Streets seriesOil on board20 x 25cmInstagram: @sfgrant
13/04/2020

Work by one of our studio artists, Sarah Grant
From the Empty Streets series
Oil on board
20 x 25cm
Instagram: @sfgrant

Work by one of our studio artists, Sarah Grant
From the Empty Streets series
Oil on board
20 x 25cm
Instagram: @sfgrant

Work by one of our studio artists, Ailie RutherfordMapping Feminist EconomiesPrinted ink and pen on paper41cm x 29cm app...
12/04/2020

Work by one of our studio artists, Ailie Rutherford
Mapping Feminist Economies
Printed ink and pen on paper
41cm x 29cm approximately
ailierutherford.com

Work by one of our studio artists, Ailie Rutherford
Mapping Feminist Economies
Printed ink and pen on paper
41cm x 29cm approximately
ailierutherford.com

Work by one of our studio artists, Simon BuckleyTitle: Nintendo Potato (2020)Medium: Fondant potato Dimensions 4x4x4cmIn...
11/04/2020

Work by one of our studio artists, Simon Buckley
Title: Nintendo Potato (2020)
Medium: Fondant potato
Dimensions 4x4x4cm
Instagram: @dutty_beanz

Work by one of our studio artists, Simon Buckley
Title: Nintendo Potato (2020)
Medium: Fondant potato
Dimensions 4x4x4cm
Instagram: @dutty_beanz

One of our studio artists, Thomas Cameron.Glassford St42x42cmoil on canvasInstagram: @thomascameronart
10/04/2020

One of our studio artists, Thomas Cameron.
Glassford St
42x42cm
oil on canvas
Instagram: @thomascameronart

Work by one of our studio artists, Thomas Cameron
Glassford St
42x42cm
oil on canvas
Instagram : @thomascameronart

Opens Saturday 15th February at 7pm, 1st floor, Glasgow Project Room. Come along and enjoy.
10/02/2020

Opens Saturday 15th February at 7pm, 1st floor, Glasgow Project Room. Come along and enjoy.

BRAIN SCULPTOR - F***Y WICKSTROM

16-22 Feb, 12-5pm (closed Monday)

Preview: Saturday 15th Feb, 7-9pm

Glasgow Project Room
Trongate 103
G1 5HD

Supported by Creative Scotland National Lottery Funding.

Some great exhibitions across the diverse venues in Trongate 103, including Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow Project Room, ...
20/01/2020

Some great exhibitions across the diverse venues in Trongate 103, including Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow Project Room, Project Ability and Street Level Photoworks. Here is an image from the latter which opened before xmas, a retrospective exhibition of work by Oscar Marzaroli

Glasgow Project Room gallery on 1st floor - come join us for the opening at 7pm on Saturday 18th January
17/01/2020
TAILORED BREATH - Michella Perera and Marc Etienne

Glasgow Project Room gallery on 1st floor - come join us for the opening at 7pm on Saturday 18th January

19-23 January, 12-5pm (closed Monday) Preview: Saturday 18 January, 7-9pm Glasgow Project Room Trongate 103 G1 5HD TAILORED BREATH is a collaboration between Marc Etienne and Michella Perera. The featured works echo personal routines of leisure and escape, becoming exercises in relaxation themselve...

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103 Trongate
Glasgow
G1 5HD

Opening Hours

Tuesday 10:00 - 17:30
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:30
Thursday 10:00 - 17:30
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 19:30
Sunday 12:00 - 17:00

Telephone

0141 276 8380

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Trongate 103 is the home of the following arts organisations: GMAC Film, Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow Project Room and Independent Studio, Project Ability, Russian Cafe-Gallery Cossachok, Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre, Street Level Photoworks, SCAN, Brennan Artists, Glasgow International and Transmission Gallery.

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Trongate 103 is a centre for the arts and creativity based in Glasgow's merchant city. There are exhibition spaces, workshops and production facilities, kinetic performances, artist studio spaces and a cafe. Trongate 103 is free to enter but some performances may charge.

Trongate 103 is the home of the following arts organisations: GMAC Film, Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow Project Room and Independent Studio, Project Ability, Russian Cafe- Gallery Cossachok, Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre, Street Level Photoworks, SCAN, Brennan Artists, Glasgow International and Transmission Gallery. For more information, please contact them directly.

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