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SaltSpace Presents: An evening talk from Anthropocene Architecture School

Booking Necessary: Yes
Organisation Information:

We are an artist co-operative providing a supportive platform for new graduates and early year creatives as a stepping-stone into their artistic career. Founded in 2019 by graduates of the Glasgow School of Art, we have three venues across the High Street and Saltmarket: Gallery, Community Space, Studio MakerSpace and Shop. SaltSpace sits in the historically rich High Street and Saltmarket area and we aim to highlight the historical importance of the thoroughfare, while aiding in its revitalisation as a creative quarter.

Other Information

Travel

Nearest Train and/or Subway: Argyle Street Railway station
Parking: Yes

Accessibility

Physical Access to Building: Limited Access (some areas may be inaccessible – please explain below)
Further details: Our main door is at ground floor on 98 Saltmarket (Community Space) however there is an incline on the street and a wedge-shaped step at the entrance measuring 5cm high on the left running down to 3.5cm high on the right, with an uneven surface. There is one non-automatic door, opening inwards at the entrance, measuring 93cm / 36.5 inches wide. The door is usually closed to the street. The floor inside is level, hard concrete. The Space is well-lit with overhead bulb lighting. Noise levels vary throughout the space. There is background noise during the day, and can be busy. We welcome trained assistance dogs. Circulation space is at least 120cm / 47 inches wide, with removable tables and seats, wheelchair spaces can be created with advance notice. At present, we do not have accessible toilets.
Facilities: Seating, Toilet

Saturday @ 6:30pm

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes