Queer Craft Club

Wednesday, January 10, 2024 Glasgow Zine Library 32-34 Albert Road Glasgow G42 8DN

Please note: this event will be held in person at Glasgow Zine Library.

This group is for anyone who identifies as LGBTQ+


Queer Craft Club is a community run monthly crafting meet up. Each session a different member will teach us their favourite craft from collage to lino print to embroidery. Anyone can sign up to run a workshop with lots of help from members. We vote on the theme in the whatsapp chat each month. An invite link to the chat will be sent via eventbrite after sign up. All supplies provided.

This event is sliding scale from £4 to free, donations are taken on the night. Please sign up to confirm your spot and cancel on eventbrite if you can't make it so spare spots can be used.

Access information for this event:

There will be 20 attendees maximum, and the event will be seated. During this event, attendees will participate in hands-on activities. The event will feature comfort breaks. The environment can be quite loud but a quiet space is provided. The activity leader is happy to repeat instructions if needed.

This event will take place at Glasgow Zine Library's place on Albert Road. You can find directions here.

You may be asked to wear a mask at this event.

The library is wheelchair accessible and has an accessible toilet.

Find out more about access at GZL events and how to make an access request here.

All events will adhere to our safer spaces policy, which you can learn about here.

If you have any questions or access requirements, please get in touch with us via glasgowzinelibrary@gmail.com


How to access the event:

After booking a ticket, you will be sent several reminder emails from Eventbrite leading up to the event. We will also send emails that share any resources that attendees will need access to, including any required materials.

Please email glasgowzinelibrary@gmail.com for any queries or issues.

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For more information and to RSVP, visit Reserve a Spot