DISTANCED

ASSEMBLAGE

Distanced Assemblage is a collaborative, artist-led initiative based in Glasgow, Scotland. Our goal is to make a positive impact in the wellbeing and visibility of people from diverse cultural and social backgrounds by providing opportunities to engage in art making.
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I AM FROM
HERE, THERE

Distanced Assemblage created a sculptural arrangement in response to The Hidden Gardens space as a natural refuge, the notions of home, displacement, migration and visibility.

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Original & fake quaich

Sakinah Women’s Group were invited to produce a collection of Scottish Quaichs in Papier-Mâché over a series of workshops facilitated in collaboration with Glasgow Museums Resource Centre.

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Imagined lantern house

This  project was part of the International Refugee Week 2020. Distanced Assemblage invited adults and children of all ages to create paper lantern houses in support of refugees and asylum seekers.

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