A Balkan Journey by Chris Leslie takes us on a photographic journey through the towns and cities of post-conflict Former Yugoslavia in this extensive and the previously unseen 24-year archive from the region. This collection showcases his earliest photographs from a war-ravaged Croatian town in 1996, through to the present-day Sarajevo of refugees and migrants trapped in limbo. 2020 marked a quarter of a century since the end of the conflict, but the region and Europe continues to struggle with conflicting ideologies.
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Multimedia creative Veronika Desova will host her solo exhibition, I See Your Voice, There Was a Silence, at The Alchemy Experiment in August.
Enjoy the colourful Roma culture through workshops, exhibitions, presentations, concerts and more at CCA Glasgow on 27th & 28th August!
On September 3rd & 4th Caledonian Rock Shop will once again host the Scottish Mineral, Fossil and Jewellery Show, come and see for yourself what natural treasures can be found here in Scotland!