St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art

St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art
2 Castle Street, Glasgow, G4 0RH
  • Telephone 0141 276 1625
  • Opening times Tue–Thu & Sat 10am–5pm; Fri & Sun 11am–5pm; closed Mon.
  • Admission Free.
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  • Website www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/…
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St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art

Situated across the road from the Provand’s Lordship, this museum holds artwork and historical artefacts exploring the role of religion in people’s lives, promoting understanding and respect between faiths.

Events at this venue

There are 12 events at this location

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Drawing Creativity out of Chaos

In this workshop Robert McNeill MBE from Remembering Srebrenica will be sharing stories behind his work Srebrenica Woman. You will then take part in a short art session introducing you to the medium of pastel painting.

Sun 16 Feb 2020

Free / 0141 276 1625

Faith to Faith - A monthly discussion and dialogue session - December

Our Faith to Faith programme in partnership with Interfaith Glasgow continues with a new season of dialogue and discussions focusing on different religious and cultural issues each month.  Check back here for details of the topic and speaker nearer the time or on our Facebook page. 

Sun 8 Dec

Free / 0141 276 1625

Faith to Faith - A monthly discussion and dialogue session - February

Our Faith to Faith programme in partnership with Interfaith Glasgow continues with a new season of dialogue and discussions focusing on different religious and cultural issues each month.  Check back here for details of the topic and speaker nearer the time or on our Facebook page. 

Sun 9 Feb 2020

Free / 0141 276 1625

Faith to Faith - A monthly discussion and dialogue session - January

Our Faith to Faith programme in partnership with Interfaith Glasgow continues with a new season of dialogue and discussions focusing on different religious and cultural issues each month.  Check back here for details of the topic and speaker nearer the time or on our Facebook page. 

Sun 12 Jan 2020

Free / 0141 276 1625

Festive Decorations

Christmas is coming so come along and get in the festive spirit at St Mungo's. We will be making fabulous decorations! 

Sat 14 Dec

Free / 0141 276 1625

Festive Decorations (Autism Friendly workshop)

Christmas is fast approaching so come along and get in the festive spirit at St Mungo's. We will be making all sorts of fabulous decorations.  Quiet space available

Sun 15 Dec

Free / 0141 276 1625

Festive Mandalas

Create your very own mandala-inspired wall hanging with stunning effects. Perhaps you might make one to mark Bodhi Day which celebrates the birth of the Buddha or one with a festive seasonal twist?

Sat 7 Dec

Free / 0141 276 1625

Festive Willow Lanterns

Back by popular demand this craft workshop to get you into the festive spirit with Hanukkah and Christmas not far away. These lovely lanterns will brighten the darkest of days.

Sun 1 Dec

Free but ticketed / 0141 276 1625

Journey out of Darkness

The symbolism of the Christian feast of Candlemas and Pagan festival of Imbolc are reminders of the days getting brighter. We'll create a beautiful candle holder to cradle the spring light following the long dark winter. A sure sign of hope and joy!

Sun 2 Feb 2020

Free / 0141 276 1625

New Scots Exhibition

Showcase of objects that relate to the concept of home for former refugees and asylum seekers living in Glasgow.

Sun 17 Nov

Free / 0141 276 1625

  • 09:00

Mon 18 Nov

Free / 0141 276 1625

Tue 19 Nov

Free / 0141 276 1625

…and 211 more dates until 18 Jun 2020

Scottie dogs and Unicorns

For St. Andrew's day we will be making crafts inspired by our favourite Scottish animals including unicorns and Scottie dogs. You can even design and make your own animal badge to take home with you.

Sat 30 Nov

Free / 0141 276 1625

Up Close and Personal – Object Handling Experience

By handling and closely inspecting our diverse collection of religious handling objects  you can find out what makes them so special and how they are used in all different rituals, from simple acts of prayer to public worship. Your chance to spin a Buddhist prayer wheel or try on a Jewish kippah. 

Sun 19 Jan 2020

Free / 0141 276 1625

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