Would you let a 10 year old with a pair of scissors loose on your hair? If you're game, why not try it in Glasgow next week. Maybe relinquishing control could help you see children in a whole different light.
Self-playing instruments, works of a Black Panther Minister for Culture, photographs from a Mexican murder capital, an exploration of the links between militarism and disco...it's all in Glasgow over the next couple of weeks, courtesy of the UK's best visual arts festival, GI (Glasgow International Festival of Visual Arts). Mary Brennan and artist Scott Myles guide us through the programme, and offer up their highlights.
Aidan Moffat shares his personal memories - but is he telling the truth? (#UNRAVEL at GI)
Scott Myles may have got help from apprentice builders for his new exhibition at the DCA, but he tells us why it's so more than just bricks and mortar to him.
And we see the troubles of the Middle East through the eyes of young writers who've lived through the uprisings across the region. Award winning playwright David Grieg chats about a new season of work, One Day in Spring.
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