Join us for a special virtual stuido visit with Scottish artist Libby Odai on Tuesday 23rd March!

Libby Odai is one of the three artists selected for our digital residency programme “New Forms of Togetherness“, in partnership with the Goethe Institut Glasgow and the Institut Français d'Ecosse.

Discover more about the residency and find more about her work!


Libby Odai (©Amy Sinead photography)

Libby Odai is a creative technologist based in Glasgow, that has a background in developing and producing sculpture and performance with digital elements. She has previously produced digital works shown at Dancebase Edinburgh, the University of Edinburgh, Plat:form and the Swap Market

Her programming work focuses on bridging the gap between digital concepts and the physical world, making technology more accessible. By blending traditional arts such as dance and crochet with high tech components she hopes to bring tech to new diverse audiences.


This event will be moderated by Sabrina Henry.

Sabrina is a curator, costume designer and textile artist.  She works as assistant curator at CCA Glasgow as part of the exhibitions, talks and events programmes.  In her personal practise she works with artists of various disciplines to connect pre-colonial Black Atlantic traditions with the British experience as a way to re-imagine the future.


Tuesday 23rd March, 6-7pm

Please click here to register.

This event is free for all, but we would appreciate a suggested donation of £3-£5 per family to support the Alliance Française Glasgow and its activities (see information below).

The next virtual visit studio will be with French artist Marion Carré on 28th April. 


SUPPORT THE AFG.

We would like to reiterate our sincere gratitude for your loyalty to the Alliance Française Glasgow and to thank you for your understanding of the impact the Covid-19 crisis has had on us and our activities.

The Alliance Française Glasgow is a local charity, therefore 95% of its income is generated by your subscription to all its activities. Like all other institutions and individuals alike, we are going to suffer greatly from this crisis and we certainly hope all our students, members and guests will be in a position to continue to attend their lessons as well as take part in our cultural activities, and thus support the Alliance Française Glasgow‘s staff during this difficult period.

We are organising this event for free, but in order to support the AFG, you can donate here.

Merci!