Winter in Glasgow - An Art Exhibition
Join M Gallery for their exhibition, Winter in Glasgow, it's all about Glasgow and all things Weegie by local artists as well as visitors enchanted by our beautiful city and its community!
About Winter in Glasgow - An Art Exhibition
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Come and admire our winter open exhibition. It's all about Glasgow and all things Weegie by local artists as well as visitors enchanted by our beautiful city and its community.
The opening event will take place on the 6th December at 7pm till 8.30pm. Attending it will give you an unique opportunity to speak to the creatives behind the work.
You can apply to be a part of the exhibition until 30th November, by emailing email@example.com
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