Govanhill Zine Walk
Glasgow Zine Library
Outdoor | 7 locations
All: fri | sat | sun | mon
Collect trail map: 12-5 Sat | Sun
The People's Pantry, 488 Cathcart Road, G42 7BX
Govanhill Community Garden, 79 Coplaw Street, G42 7JG
Govanhill Library, 170 Langside Road, G42 7JU
JB Fruit and Vegetables, 169 Allison Street, G42 7RX
Glasgow Zine Library, 636 Cathcart Rd, G42 8AA
Rumpus Room, Landside Lane,
Milk Cafe, 452 Victoria Road,
Visual Art, Participatory / Community Engaged Art, Literature
Explore a curated selection of the Glasgow Zine Library collection on the Govanhill Zine Walk.
Seven locations around Govanhill will play host to giant versions of some of our favourite zines. Discover them using our trail map and sticker pack.
With your trail map, you’ll have a supply of stickers to match with each location on the map. Find them all for a free prize pack!
Collect your Govanhill Zine Walk trail map and stickers from Glasgow Zine Library (Venue 35: 636 Cathcart Road, G42 8AA) on 24th or 25th September, 12-5pm. Bring us back your completed Govanhill Zine Walk trail map during these times to receive your free prize pack.
Check out glasgowzinelibrary.com for other drop-in activities happening over the weekend.
About Zine Library:
Glasgow Zine Library (GZL) is a community archive and zine library based in Govanhill, Glasgow, established in 2018.
GZL currently holds a collection of over 1000 zines, which have either been donated from makers all over the world or created at one of their in-house events.
As well as their growing collection, GZL also hosts workshops, community meals, film screenings, discussion groups, reading groups, children’s arts and crafts, social clubs, and more.
Their year-round programme events are community-focused and designed to be affordable and accessible. GZL collaborates with, and employs local workshop leaders to deliver events, as well as partnering with other like-minded organisations on larger projects.
GZL also programme Glasgow Zine Fest, an annual event which has been running since 2013, and sees zine-makers and appreciators from all over the world flock to Glasgow for one weekend.
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The organisation states:
Information or printed text will be accessible (ie large form print readily available or on request etc.)
The windows are all street level
The pavement where the windows are viewable are wide enough to accomodate a wheelchair or pram etc
Venues are close to public transport links
*Please get in touch with the organisation directly if you require more details.*