Opinions wanted as social art project launches at GOMA


A unique social art project, ‘Glasgow Voices Rising’, is launching in honour of the people who make Glasgow. The interactive project will be exhibiting at GOMA on the 24th and 25th of August 2017. Creative coach, Marjie Gracie, invites the people of Glasgow to take part in the project. She will be asking a series of provocative questions and wants the people of her city to write down their answer and display them as part of her installation.

I, Not Robot, a creative coaching company, is bringing the exhibition to Glasgow this month, launching a 12 month project titled ‘Global Voices Rising!’ The exhibition touches on what unites the human race: their sense of belonging, secrets, fears and more. Marjie wants to bring to life, the voices of the people that make Glasgow and beyond.

Marjie Gracie,founder of I, Not Robot says: “The catalyst for change does not come from what coaching has to say ~ it comes from what we, as a human force, ignited by what our collective voice has to say.?

I am so excited to be launching this unique project in my hometown, people really do make Glasgow and this exhibition will show us all exactly how much.”

‘Global Voices Rising!’ will be exhibiting in Glasgow, London, Mexico, Melbourne.

The Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) in Glasgow at night

The Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) in Glasgow at night

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