SCA Events - Glasgow
Below are the first meetings of the 2016-17 programme for meetings of the Glasgow Branch of the SCA. All SCA members and friends are very welcome, and we look forward to seeing you.
Glasgow Branch meetings are usually held on the last Tuesday of each month in the Garnethill Multicultural Centre (GMC), 21 Rose Street, Glasgow G3 6RE. Doors open at 7.00pm, tea and biscuits are served from 7.15 pm (cost £1) with talks commencing at 7.30 pm. Events are free to SCA members and £1.50 (£1.00 concession) to non-members.
Tuesday 27th September
Some Small Observations in Big China: Jim Thomson.
Jim is a past Chairman of Ricefield Chinese Arts and Culture Centre and has a long-term interest in China and its culture. He now spends several months every year in China and it his observations while he is there that gives him the material for his short stories. These stories or sketches highlight the some of the basic differences in our respective cultures and will offer insight and humour to our evening together. The style of the evening is informal with the opportunity for questions and discussions at the end of each observation.
Tuesday Tuesday 25th October 2016.
Ian Cameron will give an illustrated presentation on his visit to Taiwan earlier this year.
Tuesday 29th November 2016
Two Hovercraft, a Ball and an Invitation, Dr David Vernon's observations over ten years of visits to Denke, Sichuan, a Tibetan and staunchly Buddhist area. David will make an illustrated presentation about his recent visit to Sichuan Province and the project he is assisting with there.
Tuesday 13th December 2016.
A dinner to be arranged at a central Glasgow restaurant
Tuesday, 24 January 2017 (note change of date)
A talk on “Art in China” by Roy Petrie, artist and SCA member.
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