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sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern Art

Main ExhibitionResponse SpaceSchools ProgrammeCommunity ProgrammeYouth & Adult Workshops Outreach Programme & Balcony Exhibitions Talks & Events Artists Residencies

main exhibition

sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern Art

Main Exhibition

Patricia Cronin, Nan Goldin, Felix Gonzalez-Torres,

Sunil Gupta, David Hockney, Holly Johnson,

Deborah Kass, Ins A Kromminga,

Sadie Lee, Chad McCail,

Robert Mapplethorpe, Catherine Opie, Grayson Perry,

Pierre et Gilles, Jack Pierson, Lizzie Rowe,

Diane Torr, Del LaGrace Volcano.

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sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern Art

Press & Media, April 2009Hard Core Gay Porn in Public Art Gallery…and the organisers want children to see it! U Turn Over School Trips to Exhibition of Gay Porn! Parents will be relieved their children will be spared the ordeal of seeing this sexual erotica. Daily Mail, April 2nd & 3rd 2009

schools programme

sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern Art

Schools Programme

Recent Policy and initiatives that helped shape and give context to

GoMA’s sh[OUT] Schools Programme:

Hearts and Minds Agenda

Respect Me

LGBT Youth Scotland and Learning & Teaching Scotland Toolkit for Teachers

Plus good practise from UK Schools LGBT projects such as Sci:denity

(Goldsmiths College and Schools Out (Stonewall)

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sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern Art

Schools Programme

Art and Design – Hidden Portraits

Secondary 3–6

This unique cross curricular workshop will explore identity, gender and portraiture. Combining the use of text and imagery, group discussion the class will create their own self portrait and a mixed media group piece.

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sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern Art

Schools Programme

Citizenship – Soap box

Secondary 3–6

Get on your soap box! What is a protest? Why protest? Looking at different ways of protesting, this loud and proud workshop challenges the use and meaning of images, language and power. It examines photography, music, newspapers, film and other social protest materials. Groups will contribute towards an overall mixed media piece, and leave with individual their individual artworks.

schools education cpd event

sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern Art

Schools & Education CPD Event

Following on from our first pre-sh[OUT] Twilight CPD Event in November 2009, GoMA will run a CPD Event this September to coincide with the sh[OUT] Schools Programme (August-November 2009)

How to Use Contemporary Art to Talk about Difficult Subjects &

How to Collaborate in Cross-Curricular Areas?

Artists Anthony Schrag (sh[OUT] and Blind Faith Outreach Artist) and collaborator artist Alice Finbow will develop and deliver this evening workshop for teachers and education professionals to introduce and promote the sh[OUT] Schools Programme via discussion and practical focus on Collaborative Practise and the use of challenging themes and topics.

youth adult workshops

sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern Art

Youth & Adult Workshops

Chad McCail

Featured in sh[OUT] and Contemporary Collection

September 2009, Youth Workshop (12-18) &

Adult Workshop (18+)

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sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern Art

Rowan Joy McIntosh

Fashion Designer

August & October 2009,

Youth Workshop (12-18) &

Adult Workshop (18+)

Youth & Adult Workshops

community programme

sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern Art

Community Programme

Literally Loud!

This loud and proud workshop challenges the use of text and image, power and impact. Starting at the sh[OUT] exhibition, the group will look at the theme of protest.

Focusing on photography, music, newspapers, film and other social protest materials, groups will paint, print, draw, and collage their views.

Portrait Pictures

This workshop explores identity and image. Participants will create their own individual, experimental self portraits using expressive and exciting drawing techniques, and collage.

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sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern Art

Other parts of the programme: Outreach Projects & Outreach Exhibitions at GoMA (Balconies 1&2)8 April – 7 JuneDavid Shenton and Kate Charlesworth - Drawn Out & Painted Pink. And work from one of the sh[OUT] outreach projects withLGBT Youth Scotland and Our Story Scotland artists Dianne Barry and Julie Ballands - Our vivid stories24 June – 22 AugustMade in God’s Image - Anthony Schrag & David Malone have explored faith and sexuality with members of The Metropolitain Community Church, Quest, Al Jannah Muslim Group and individuals from a range of faiths. And Rendering Gender – David Sherry has worked with Transforming Arts to explore how gender is defined.10 September – 5 November Jane MacInally has been working with groups to explore issues effecting older lesbian and bisexual women. And ORIFICES (TAKE 2, 2009) - Dani Marti will showing work made during his residency with Glasgay, where he has been working with groups identified through Gay Men’s Health.26 November – 14 FebruaryWork from the two sh[OUT] artists in residence Ajamu X and Sandra Alland who have been exploring the complex identities and personal histories of LGBTI people who are from BME communities or who are disabled, both through their own art practice and in collaboration with the community locally and nationally.

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sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern Art

Other parts of the programme: Talks & Events at GoMA

23rd April Kate Charlesworth & David Shenton (Drawn Out & Painted Pink)2nd May Beyond Drag Workshop & Events (Show Scotland)21st May sh[OUT] artist Chad McCail talks about his work Spring Tree. 18th June A Life in Exile (Part of Refugee Week 2009)25th June sh[OUT]: Contemporary art & human rights tour, sh[OUT] Curator, Sean McGlashan2nd July Perceptions of Victim hood – Past and Present Film screening and Panel DiscussionAug – Nov Sh[out] Video Programme, Gallery Two at GoMA13th Aug sh[OUT] and Glasgay! Artist in Residence Dani Marti7th Aug sh[OUT]: Contemporary art & human rights tour, Sean McGlashan17th Sep Bildwechsel film event 8th Oct sh[OUT] artist Del LaGrace Volcano 10th Oct Audacity – a Black History Month event15th Oct LGBTI Representations in Art and Literature Zoe Strachan, Louise Welsh and Sadie Lee22nd Oct An evening with Diane Torr, 28th Oct Peter Tatchell talk, tbc19th Nov Transgender Day of Remembrance – Library @ GoMA10th Dec International Human Rights Day event featuring artist talks from GoMA’s two sh[out] artists in residence, Ajamu X and Sandra Alland who have been exploring the complex identities and personal histories of LGBTI people who are from BME communities or who are disabled, both through their own art practice and in collaboration with the community locally and nationally.

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sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern Art

Other parts of the programme: Events outside GoMAArtist residencyMay – July residency, Glasgay!3 – 30th September Q! Gallery exhibition, Glasgay!Dani Marti was approached in 2008 by Glasgay! to work on a residency with Gay Mens Health service users and staff groups in the city. His work will be showcased in the Q! gallery and GoMA’s balcony galleries 10th Sept – 5th November.Exhibitions3rd – 30th November, tbcSh[out] artists in residence Ajamu X and Sandra Alland exhibition at a venue tbc, in association with Glasgay!Performances3 - 7th NovemberJo Clifford at the Tron Theatre, in association with Glasgay.29th OctoberBlack Cab Cabaret – ArtaDeveloped in consultation with BLACKFIST member Kerieva, Glasgay present a night of multicultural queer cabaret, bringing together performers from a variety of artistic genres.

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sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern ArtReferences:Hearts & Minds Scottish Executive Campaignhttp://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/People/Equality/SexualOrientation/heartsandmindsRespect Me Anti-Bullying Campaign: http://www.respectme.org.ukLGBT Youth & LTS Toolkit for Teachers:http://www.lgbtyouth.org.uk/schools-and-education/toolkit.htmhttp://www.ltscotland.org.uk/resources/d/genericresource_tcm4512285.aspGoldsmiths Gendered Intelligence sci:denity project:http://www.genderedintelligence.co.uk/si.htmStonewall’s School Report:http://www.stonewall.org.uk/education_for_all/research/1790.asp

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sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human RightsApril - November 2009, Gallery of Modern ArtGoMA & Glasgow Museums sh[OUT] Contacts for more information:Frances McCourt, Learning & Access Curator (Visitor Response Space, Schools & Community and Youth & Adult Programmes): frances.mccourt@csglasgow.orgJenny Bell, Social Inclusion Officer: (Outreach Programme, Talks & Events and Artists Residency): jenny.bell@csglasgow.org& Anne Wallace, Museums Education Officer for Glasgow Museums: anne.wallace@csglasgow.orgSean McGlashan, Curator of Contemporary Art (Exhibition Curator): sean.mglashan@csglasgow.orgVictoria Hollows (GoMA Museum Manager): victoria.hollows@csglasgow.orgGoMA Webpage, see GoMA in Glasgow Museums website: www.glasgowmuseums.com