Past, present and future collide in a new creative collaboration between four of Scotland’s leading education and arts institutions. The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, The Glasgow School of Art, University of Glasgow and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra have joined forces to stage an ambitious large-scale exhibition and performance event in Tramway 1.
Last Futures showcases the country’s most exciting emerging talent as they celebrate and question the socio-political movements which made 1968 a year that changed history. When global uncertainty, from the war in Vietnam to the civil rights movement sparked protests, pickets, riots and revolutions, ordinary people demanded change.
Through music, performance, visual arts and design, Last Futures will reflect on the relevance of those movements in contemporary society and propose radical visions of futures to come.