Installation Photos →
Cameron King contacted us through the social media page on facebook for the project and offered to take pictures. Here is a few of the pictures uploaded so far.
Special Thanks to Clarence Court Care home for letting us interview there residents. Here is Marjorie’s memories of the Bandstand Glory days
Facebook page to upload your pictures of Bandstand →
Please like and upload pictures of the Bandstand in its formal glory to be projected on the Bandstand
Friends of Kelvingrove Park & Bandstand →
Once a common feature, traditional bandstands are now increasingly scarce in the UK’s parks. Kelvingrove’s bandstand dates from 1924-5. Possibly designed by James Miller, or designed in-house by the City Parks Department the bandstand is unusual for its amphitheatre seating and its picturesque riverside setting. Although exceedingly popular for band concerts in the 1950s to outdoor...
Friends of Kelvingrove Park
Through out the project the help from friends of kelvingrove Park has been outstanding. An amazing non profitable organisation working to raise funds to regenerate the bandstand. http://www.kelvingrovepark.com/
Derelict Glasgow →
Built in the 1920s by the City’s parks department the bandstand is sited on the west bank of the River Kelvin in Kelvingrove Park. A brick building with a large oval amphitheatre seating area sweeping upwards in a westerly direction to the entrance gates on Kelvinway. The bandstand fell into disrepair in the 1990s and the stage area was fenced off in 2001 following vandalism to the building....
My name is Sadia Latif I am planing to do a projection and Lighting Installation at Kelvingrove Park Bandstand and Amphitheatre in Glasgow. This blog will follow all the work in the process.