This is an old email from the Newsletter Archive of British artist Ellie Harrison first sent on 25 September 2019. Subscribe at: tinyletter.com/ellieharrison

Bus Regulation: The Musical


Dear friends,

It's been two and a half years since my last newsletter. Time has flown.

We now have GDPR! So first of all, I'd like to invite you to unsubscribe from this list if you no longer wish to be on it. (Please scroll down and hit the 'unsubscribe' button at the bottom of this email for secure, instantaneous and permanent removal of your data from this list).

For over a year I've been hiding away in my flat in Glasgow writing a book, The Glasgow Effect: A Tale of Class, Capitalism & Carbon Footprint, which will be out in November (see details and event dates below).

In the meantime, I wanted to let you know about my new performance/event, Bus Regulation: The Musical, which will be premiering at Manchester Art Gallery this Saturday at 2pm and 3pm.

I am very excited about this project, which I have been developing over the summer in collaboration with the Better Buses for Greater Manchester campaign. Tickets are FREE and it would be great to see you there!

I'd also love to tour the show to Glasgow next year in collaboration with the Get Glasgow Moving campaign, so if you know of any venues/festivals that might be interested in working with me on it, please get in touch.

I'll send further details about the book next month. If you don't want to hear any more from me however, as I said, please do unsubscribe!

Best wishes,

Ellie


The Glasgow Effect: A Tale of Class, Capitalism & Carbon Footprint


The Glasgow Effect: A Tale of Class, Capitalism & Carbon Footprint
Launch Events, Talks & Discussions in Autumn 2019


Wednesday 18 September, 5pm
Reading at Studio Jamming, Cooper Gallery, Dundee

Wednesday 16 October, 1.30pm
Talk at Radical! Culture Day, University of Dundee

Friday 25 October, 1.30pm
Panel Discussion at NECE, University of Strathclyde

Wednesday 30 October, 11am
Lecture for Contemporary Art Practice Speaker's Programme, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, Dundee

Friday 1 November, 6pm
Glasgow Launch Event at Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

Monday 4 November, 7pm
Pucha Kucha at Dundee Rep Theatre, Dundee

Thursday 7 November, 7pm
Discussion with Jemma Neville, Waterstones Argyle Street, Glasgow

Thursday 8 November, 7pm
Talk at Art After the Collapse, Totnes

Wednesday 13 November, 6pm
Newcastle & Gateshead Launch Event, NewBridge Books, The NewBridge Project, Gateshead

Tuesday 19 November, (time TBC)
Publishing Scotland panel discussion, Waterstones Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

If you're interested in hosting a talk, discussion or launch event elsewhere in the country, please get in touch.