Made in Kirkintilloch Events and Exhibitions

The Heritage Centre and co-curated space at Kirkintilloch Town Hall hosts a variety of exhibitions and events throughout the year.  You can find details of these events below:

Re-addressing the archive

1 October to 11 December

Re-addressing the archive continues the year long season of co-curated exhibitions at the Town Hall, with a collaboration between artist/maker Myra Ostacchini and Kirkintilloch’s Embroiderers’ Guild. The collaboration brings together the highly developed needlework skills of the Guild, which, has been in existence for more than 25 years, with Myra’s cross-disciplinary approach to textiles, as they explore objects and narratives from within the EDLC archives and collections.

From Lion Foundry patterns and plans, to fine lace and lappet work, temperance reminiscences and Campsie Ware pottery, the Auld Kirk Museum and Archives offered inspiration for participants to research and respond to this extensive collection of objects, artefacts and photographs. The resulting works offer a contemporary take on heritage, developing traditional embroidery skills into new and diverse forms. A newly commissioned film, drawing and textile work by Myra Ostacchini forms part of the exhibition.

Embroiderers' Guild participants: June Allison; Ruth Blakey; Ishbel Buck; Eleanor Cordiner; Pamela Diffin; Susan Gray; Jane Logan; Maris MacNab; Jean Pless; Louise Reid


Friday 5 October

Come along to a special evening viewing session including artist talk.

Venue:           Kirkintilloch Town Hall
Open:            6.30pm to 9pm
Talk:               Re-addressing the archive
Speaker:        Myra Ostacchini

Woman doing embroidery

Opening Times

Monday to Thursday
10am to 4pm

Please note: The co-curated exhibition space may be closed for installation or de-installation of exhibitions. Please telephone Kirkintilloch Town Hall on 0141 777 3143 to check opening times if visiting outwith exhibition dates.