Freedom and Constraint

A six month intergenerational arts project in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area, focussing on our living relationships with rivers.

How can we adapt with rivers to a changing climate, and look out for each other in the process?

The River Clyde, Glasgow, as COP 26 ends: November 2021

Workshop Series 1: Dear Green Bothy COP26 event

Mhairi, Mary-Anne, Neha, Karen and Michael, University of Glasgow, November 2021
Neha Apsara, University of Glasgow, November 2021
Michael Dawson, University of Glasgow, November 2021

Workshop Series 2 with the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice

Tom McAlister, Elder Park, Govan, November 2021
Norma and Christine, The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice, December 2021

Commissions Round 1

Sean O’Hagan: River Tree 1 (animation), January 2022

Workshop Series 3 with Interfaith Glasgow

Ghanima, Syeda, Lydia and Fifi, Dumbarton, March 2022

Commissions Round 2

This project is funded by Being Human, the UK’s only national festival of the humanities, and presented as part of the University of Glasgow’s The Dear Green Bothy programme, hosting creative and critical responses to climate emergency.