As part of the of the Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival, the Alliance Française Glasgow is hosting three free special events:
- a talk by architect Fiona Sinclair,
- the photo exhibition "History, Heritage and Development of Park Circus"
- a special workshop in French for children and their families!
Our building is a great example of the fantastic architecture hiding all over the city. Join us for a heartfelt talk with architect Fiona Sinclair, leading expert on Charles Wilson, and find out more about the history of this beautiful neighbourhood.
Date and time: Thursday 14th September, 6-8pm
The talk will be held in English.
Free event but ticketed. Register here.
Curated by photographer Paulina Brozek, the exhibition "History, Heritage and Development of Park Circus" features a specially assembled collection of new and unique photographs.
Dates: Between Tuesday 12th and Saturday 16th September included.
Tuesday to Thursday: 10am-7pm
SPECIAL WORKSHOP IN FRENCH
Children and their families are invited to a special French workshop in our premises on 13th and on 16th September. This will be the ideal opportunity for children aged 3-15 to find out more about French language, culture and history through fun activities such as arts & crafts, songs, games, etc.
Dates and times:
- Wednesday 13th September, 3.30-5.30pm
- Saturday 16th September, 11am-1pm
Free workshops but ticketed. Register here.
Venue: Alliance Française Glasgow, 3 Park Circus, G3 6AX GLASGOW
Doors Open Days is coordinated nationally by the Scottish Civic Trust. It runs throughout Scotland every September as part of European Heritage Days. For more information see www.doorsopendays.org.uk.
Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival is coordinated locally by Glasgow Building Preservation Trust. For more information see www.glasgowdoorsopendaysfestival.co.uk.