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GB 1534 WIP/5/5/2/3 · Item · 2014-07-06
Part of Women in Profile

The transcript from an interview between Kate Davis (Interviewer) and Claire Barclay (Interviewee). Claire was one of three Glasgow School of Art graduates who led the CMW project.

Interview with Lesley Burr
GB 1534 WIP/5/5/2/5 · Item · 2014-07-19
Part of Women in Profile

The transcript from an interview between Hannah Hamblin (Interviewer) and Lesley Burr (Interviewee). Lesley Burr organised workshops for children as part of the CMW project in the Castlemilk Community Centre.

GB 1534 WIP/5/5/2/2 · Item · 2014-04-25
Part of Women in Profile

The transcript from an interview between Kate Davis (Interviewer) and Lorraine Sharp and Stephanie Sharp (Interviewees). Lorraine Sharp first became involved in the CMW project as a child care worker in the creche. Lorraine got her daughter, Stephanie, involved in the project too.

GB 1534 WIP/5/5/2/7 · Item · 14-03-25
Part of Women in Profile

The transcript from an interview between Kate Davis (Interviewer) and Rachael Harris (Interviewee). Rachael Harris was one of three Glasgow School of Art graduates who led the CMW project. She also made an artistic contribution to the project, in the form of her installation "The House That Jill Built", which explored womens' relationship to the built environment.

Interview with Val Murray
GB 1534 WIP/5/5/2/4 · Item · 2014-07-06
Part of Women in Profile

The e-mail responses of Val Murray (Interviewee) to questions from Hannah Hamblin (Interviewer). Val Murray was an artist who contributed to the CMW project through her installation "Visibility".

Kate Davis CD
GB 1534 WIP/5/5/3/1 · Item · 2015 - ?
Part of Women in Profile

The CD has "GWL Kate Davis" written on it. Likelihood that it relates to her research for the Housework project and the interviews that she carried out.

"Ladies Night" Leaflet
GB 1534 WIP/5/4/1/17 · Item · 1990
Part of Women in Profile

This night was taking place at Castlemilk’s Community Centre and included Tombola, Bingo and Disco.