Tall Tales at Glasgow Women’s Library

Tall Tales culminating exhibition took place within the beautiful Glasgow Women’s Library. With artwork from all 17 of our artists, as well as artwork created by the Glasgow Women’s Library members themselves (for the Call for Cloth project), Tall Tales filled every nook and cranny of the venue! The full exhibition was on display between 21 October – 22 December 2016.

Tall Tales at Tavistock Clinic

Tall Tales showcased work at the Tavistock Clinic from 21 March – 8 May 2016 and featured work by Margarete-Berger Hammerschlag, Jacqueline Butler, Lila De Magalhaes, Alison Erika Forde & Mirjam Somers

Akerman Daly

B_-dnebWsAAb6KAAkerman Daly is Jeremy Akerman and Eileen Daly. Since 2004 they have commissioned, edited and published artists’ writing in print, online and through live events.

AD online hosts artist residencies, new projects and a library of art and writing. In recent years they have pioneered ways to distribute a new generation of artists’ writing by sending it out freely to their subscription mailing list.

They teach a writing and editing course and offer bespoke mentoring to artists. AD works at the forefront of artists’ writing and aims to broaden the range and opportunities for artists working in this field.

For Tall Tales, Akerman Daly have supported artist Ruth Barker to produce and publish new writing. AD online is also hosting artists Alinah Azadeh and Oona Grimes in their library on art and writing.

This Thing That We Do, 2016, is a reworking and recording of writing for Ruth Barker’s Tall Tales commission The Foot Exerts a Pressure On The Surface Of The Glass, 2016. The audio is performed by Ann Green. This Thing That We Do has been produced and commissioned by wewioraprojects and Akerman Daly.

Listen to This Thing That We Do here

And for more information about Akerman Daly please click here

Rochdale Central Library

Rochdale Central Library is on the ground flmetrolink-0504015-19oor of Number ​One Riverside. The multi use public building is in Rochdale town centre and is also the home to the annual Rochdale festival of literature and Ideas.

Rochdale Central Library will be home to the Chandelier of Lost Earrings as well as base for the new ‘A Call for Cloth’ project by Tall Tales artist Lauren Sagar.

The Chandelier of Lost Earrings will be on showcase at the Library from 17 June – 3 September 2016

For more information about Rochdale Central Library, including opening times and directions please click here