History in art at Queen's Park event

award-winning artist Phil Collins is to bring his 'Tomorrow Is Always Too Long' event to Glasgow's Queen's Park.

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The event will be held as part of 'My Park' public engagement event next Saturday.

The Common Guild have been holding workshops this summer with a selection of groups who use Queen's Park as a venue for their own activities or employment.

The workshops have allowed participants to learn about each other, to learn about other groups' uses of the park and to learn a new skill.

'Tomorrow is Always Too Long' has been a year in the making, with the artist speaking to people in hospitals, prisons and nursing homes, collecting photographs and stories and materials to create the piece, that tells a story of Glasgow in a way that has never been told before.

It will take place in the Old Rose Garden in Queen's Park.

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