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CCA: Glasgow 2024 / video by Grant Campbell

2024 marks a new era for CCA, and we’re so excited to give you a sneak peek into the exciting changes happening in the building this year.

This year, we launch our Schools and Young People programme, which is designed to engage children and young people with art. We’ll host school visits and public workshops to explore the contemporary issues presented in our exhibitions, encouraging collaborative working and hands-on creativity.

In a further effort to improve access to contemporary art, we have designed a new role in the team dedicated to accessibility, and anticipate enhanced access within our exhibitions programme and across the venue.

Common Ground is gearing up for their summer festival, celebrating the work, collaborations and network they have created over the last two years. The festival is also a celebration of refugees, taking place during Refugee Festival Scotland. Glasgow Seed Library are also sowing the seeds for their upcoming activities, promoting seed stewardship and sustainability within their communities.

Following the departure of Francis McKee, we are reshaping our leadership structure to encourage a more inclusive and dynamic leadership. Our new Senior Leadership team consists of Ailsa Nazir, Guillaume Coet and Sabrina Henry.

We are delighted to unveil the lineup of artists exhibiting under Sabrina's curatorial leadership in our gallery space this year: Rae-Yen Song (Feb - May), Ashanti Harris (Jun - Aug), and Debi Banerjee (Sep - Dec).

And yes, we’re almost ready to announce our much-anticipated plans for our Cafe-Bar! We’re collaborating with someone exciting who truly grasps the potential of the space, and wants to offer something new and exciting to the area. Believe us, it will be worth the wait.

We can’t wait for you to join us for this new era. Your support and patience are invaluable as we learn and work together, practising and advocating for creativity, accessibility, and community.