We’ll also be DJing at this event on 7 November: https://www.facebook.com/events/1524418904469922!
TYCI Film Club, November 2014! More details to be announced soon. Poster by Rachel Cunningham.
This week’s #LADYSOUNDS theme! Post your suggestions for songs by female artists underneath this image / emailing us on contact.tyci@gmail.com and we’ll post a playlist to 8tracks this weekend. 
TYCI is always looking for new volunteers. If you would like to get involved in the collective, please do come by and have an informal catch up at CCA Glasgow on Monday 27 October from 7.30pm in the downstairs bar.For more information, email contact.tyci@gmail.com or check out our Creative Scotland Opportunities entry: http://opportunities.creativescotland.com/opportunity/index/5ee8130f-6d90-4979-a75a-daf68ef36ff5.
Full information here: https://www.facebook.com/events/387869881362452/?ref=22
Thanks to everyone who made it down to last night’s event! We’re counting up the raffle cash now but, in the meantime, here are some details on our second birthday event, happening in Bar Bloc next month with Girlpool and Grainne Braithwaite (Synergy Concerts).
https://www.facebook.com/events/791250100932874/
Coming to our Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival event in Bar Bloc tonight? Here is some more information on Shakti Women’s Aid, the organisation we’ll be supporting through this month’s raffle:
www.tyci.org.uk/wordpress/live-event-charity-shakti-womens-aid
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Today on TYCI, an opinion piece by Adrienne Baker on anxiety and panic attacks:

www.tyci.org.uk/wordpress/remapping-my-mind

Part of our special content series to coincide with the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.
Today on TYCI, an opinion piece by Kat Lombard-Cook on depression and memory:

www.tyci.org.uk/wordpress/to-catch-a-thief

Part of our special content to coincide with this year’s Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.
TYCI Trailblazers is our little corner of the internet that we colour with the celebration of women in the creative arts who have paved the way for our feminist role models of today. 

Each week, we look at the creative and cultural merits of these women and what they’ve brought to the world. For the second column in the series, we’re going to celebrate Kate Bush:
www.tyci.org.uk/wordpress/tyci-trailblazers-kate-bush