Glasgow is, in my humble opinion, one of the greatest cities out there – but it certainly isn’t one of the biggest. Have you often thought about what it would be like living in some the world’s largest and greatest cities? Has your mind meandered along, strolling into daydreams of the big, colourful lights and varied sights?

We can’t teleport you there sadly, but we can tell you about an incredible photography exhibition coming up that will allow you to at least live vicariously through the stunning images.

The Centre for Sustainable, Healthy and Learning Cities and Neighbourhoods (or SHLC) is having a launch for their new photography exhibition at Milk Cafe in the south side on Monday the 4th of November from 6pm-7.30pm. The event is part of the Economic and Social Research Council’s 2019 Festival of Science so it is well worth having a look at – it is a great way to fend off the Monday blues.

While enjoying some nice food you will get to have a first look at the similarities and differences between our great city and the ones featured in this project. The aim of this exhibition by the SHLC is to enlighten us through these shots taken by their International Research Team of some stories of the people who live here.

The event is free but space is limited so you must register through event brite to attend if you plan on going. Fear not if you can’t make it on Monday though as the exhibition will remain at Milk Cafe until the 9th of November.