Shared Space is a mixed artform group which focuses on engaging, supporting and making creative work with individuals affected by the complex and hostile UK immigration system. The group was established in 2019 with partners Küche and Tramway.
These friendly, open workshops, led by professional artists, storytellers and musicians, explore and expand creative practice through artistic play and experimentation.
The group meets every Monday from 11am-1pm at a central location in Glasgow.
We offer support with travel costs, interpreters, childcare and a delicious free lunch by Soul Food Sisters.
The group is open to both men and women aged 18+ We are always open to new members.
Check out some of the recent work created by the group as part of our lockdown project At A Distance Together.
Shared Space are currently working on a new storytelling project called Possible Worlds.
To come along for a taster session, to join the group and for more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org / text 07931 264 114
"When I arrived in the UK I was alone and had no family or friends. I was welcomed by everyone, so warming and happy that I started feeling that now I am in my home and with my family."