Mon 20 Apr 2015
Over at The Arches Soundcloud page, we’ve been posting some more audio interviews and podcasts recorded around and about the Behaviour Festival. Check out this interview with Amy Sharrocks at the Museum of Water, currently on display at Glasgow Botanic Gardens until 6pm on Tuesday 21 April. Amy discusses the inspiration behind the collection, what she hopes to learn from donations made by the people of Glasgow, and some of the strangest and most inspiring stories she and her team have collected over the Musem’s wanderings.
Glasgow City Counciller Bailie Liz Cameron also speaks to us about her role in Glasgow’s Year of Green project, and the importance of the city’s rivers and parks to the lasting cultural heritage of Scotland. If you and your family are enjoying the last few days of the Easter Holidays, why not take a wander down to the Botanics today, and make your own donation to the Museum of Water? All you need to do is choose some water that is precious to you, and find a bottle to put it in. Tell us why you chose this water. The Museum of Water will keep it for you! Find out more about how to donate in the video below.
Amy Sharrocks: Museum of Water | at Kibble Palace, Glasgow Botanic Gardens, 730 Great Western Road, Glasgow, Glasgow City G12 0UE
Until Tue 21 Apr 2015 | 10am – 6pm daily | Free | Suitable for all ages
Part of Behaviour Festival