This sustainability-themed exhibition showcases photos taken by 37 local residents, capturing Glasgow’s through an environmental and community lens.
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Once an early twentieth century printing press for worker activist groups, now a vibrant twenty-first century co-working space, canteen and events hub, Civic House is Scotland’s first retrofit ‘PassivWareHaus’.
Civic House and its sibling venue The Glue Factory are projects of Agile City – a Community Interest Company creating space for work, events and learning whilst considering sustainable approaches to repurposing industrial buildings and addressing issues of vacant space through activation, testing and learning.
Join us for a tour of the building and learn about the building’s award-winning retrofit and projects as we work to re-establish the site as a vibrant hub for social and cultural enterprise.
Agile City is a community interest company that operates as a
social enterprise. It runs Civic House & Glue Factory – work and event space for architecture, design, making, food, film and music.
We have two primary revenue streams – renting workspace and hiring space for events and production. Unlike a private company, any profit generated is not paid to individual investors or shareholders, but reinvested back into improving our facilities, and delivering events and projects. All our work is rooted in our local context around the canal in north Glasgow.