****SOLD OUT**** In Person Talk: Legacies of Slavery and Empire in Glasgow’s Architectural Heritage

A photograph of Glasgow's Gallery of Modern Art at sunset. It's dark outside however the sky has a light purple hue. There are Christmas lights outside the building.

Wednesday 26th October | 6:30pm BST | Glasgow City Chambers 

Join Dr Anthony Lewis from Glasgow Life to hear how legacies of slavery and empire in Glasgow are manifested in its architecture from the 17th and 18th centuries. Dr Lewis will focus on the city’s architectural heritage in existing spaces, streets and buildings and review the past as discovered and displayed in Glasgow Life museum collections.

Dr Lewis is the curator for Scottish History for Glasgow Life Museums. He has researched Georgian Glasgow’s urban and architectural history and delivered exhibitions and publications.

Free, booking required, donations welcome. 

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