25 Jan 2023
BETON-BRUT NOW OPEN!
A collection of artwork by students from Forth Valley College and the University of Stirling.
27 Nov 2022
DING DONG MERRILY!
Its a Cabbage Christmas Party tickets now on sale! An evening of performances, exhibition and a dazzling artist Christmas shop will be crashing like Santa’s sleigh into French Street on Friday 16th December at 7pm - 12am. Click below to get your ticket now!
3 Nov 2022
Materials Matter - Remade
An exhibition from GSA Sculpture and Environmental Art students in collaboration with Midton. 3rd - 6th Nov 2022. Opening 3rd November at French Street 5-7pm.
21 Oct 2022
‘Rocabarraigh' OPENING THIS FRIDAY!
‘Rocabarraigh', a phantom island in Scottish Gaelic myth, will appear three times, the last being at the end of the world.’
September 28, 2022 2:02 pm
1 Oct 2022
𝔔𝔲𝔢𝔢𝔯 𝓐𝓥 𝔓𝔢𝔯𝔣𝔬𝔯𝔪𝔞𝔫𝔠𝔢 𝔑𝔦𝔤𝔥𝔱
~presented by Queer Audio Visual Artist Collective (QuAVAC)~
23 Sept 2022
LAST WEEKEND OF CABBAGE RESIDENCY WITH SKIN FLICKS!
The final weekend in Cabbage’s month-long takeover of French Street Gallery concludes with Skin Flicks, an exhibition of work by MV Brown and Chao-Ying Rao. Sharing an interest in the definitions of personhood through the lens of objectification, digital existence, and authenticity, the artists will exhibit new work developed over the past six months.
9 Sept 2022
CABBAGE RESILIENCE PROGRAMME CONTINUES THIS FRIDAY!
Love & Legacy: Our Grandmothers is a joint research project by Barbadian-Scot curator Cat Dunn and South Korean artist Joy Baek that features stories of grandmothers from different cultures and time zones
28 Jun 2022
NEXT WEEK: MAPPING THE HORIZON
An urban walking forum starting from The Pipe Factory, Moncur Street, Glasgow.
18 Mar 2022
STUDIO AVAILABILITY: THE PIPE FACTORY
Strange Field is accepting expressions of interest for artist studios at The Pipe Factory, The Barras, Glasgow.
17 Jan 2022
OPPORTUNITY: PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE
Strange Field is recruiting individuals and/or groups to form a voluntary programming committee who will be responsible for curating and delivering a public programme, at both The Pipe Factory and French Street in Glasgow’s East End.