Online Exhibition: Thoughts are Free
The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts (RGI) are happy to announce the first online exhibition of RGI members for the ‘Thoughts are Free’. The title comes from Die Gedanken sind frei (Thoughts Are Free), a German song which has been used as a symbol of hope during troubling periods throughout history. The lockdown theme has been interpreted in various ways and the exhibition boasts a wide variety of works and mediums (drawing, painting, sculpture, performance, mixed media). The exhibition will run until the 10th August 2020.
The exhibition, of over sixty works has been coordinated and curated by the artist and RGI member Thyme James and Karen Mailley-Watt, the RGI Kelly Gallery Coordinator. The exhibition can be found on the RGI website.
Exhibiting artists include Sharon Thomas, Norman Sutton-Hibbert, Rosemary Beaton, Ann Vance, Sandra Ratcliffe, Alistair Strachan, Christiana Spens, Chris Brook, James Cosgrove, Siusan Patterson, Karla Healy, Ros King, June Carey and James Tweedie.