Conceived by arts organisation Without Shape Without Form, the touring exhibition Journey of the Mind brings Sikh teachings and heritage to a contemporary context to spark conversations and encourage exchange. The exhibition aims to evoke a sense of curiosity about the internal journey of the mind and its positive effects on people’s lives.
Accompanying the exhibition is an extensive programme of events taking place all over Scotland. From engaging workshops to talks to creative activities and more; delving deeper into the ideas behind the exhibition.
One such event is Glasgow Minds, an all-inclusive youth football tournament for schools in Glasgow and a photography exhibition, unifying the players who took part. At the heart of Glasgow Minds is raising awareness and giving much needed guidance about the power of the mind through the power of the game. The ‘mind’ is something we all have in common regardless of age, race, gender, creed and social background. Conquering the mind gives access to the internal source of power and resilience.
Photography exhibition featuring portraits by Miriam Ali
Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
Argyle St, Glasgow G3 8AG, UK