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Contact Juggling in Glasgow

We had a brilliant time visiting Asa in Glasgow. He lives in a great place – just near the Glasgow School of Art. He showed us round the Great Western Road and the beautiful Botanical Gardens. 30 more words

Songs And Stories

Glasgow School of Art has temporary roof fitted after blaze

A roof has been temporarily fitted to keep the building watertight and windproof during winter after the fire tore through the iconic Glasgow School of Art in May. 167 more words

Glasgow

Work Wall

So I dedicated an entire wall in my room, to work as a ‘work wall’.
Gives me a better look on what projects I like, and what I need to do before applying for Glasgow in a little more than 3 months.

Photography

Yoga this week

oki Yogies….so starting from next Tuesday classes will cost £2 unless you have already blocked booked. If you have block booked then that class will have no additional cost but the other classes will still be an extra £2. 41 more words

The Spook School of Scotland

The Glasgow Four, also called the Spook School, was a group of four Scottish artists who met at the Glasgow School of Art in the early 1890’s. 178 more words

Design

Mackintosh Library - Reinvent or Reinstate

Mackintosh library plan should be ditched, says expert

http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/home-news/mackintosh-library-plan-should-be-ditched-says-expert.25217628

Phil Miller

Arts Correspondent

Wednesday 3 September 2014

The world famous library designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, which was destroyed in the fire at the Glasgow School Of Art, should not be rebuilt as a “Mockintosh” copy, according to an expert. 612 more words

Esther Freud - Mr Mac and Me

Beautiful, observant writing about place; intricate and respectful characterisation, but lacks the dynamic of plot

For the first two-thirds of Esther Freud’s outbreak of first world war, Suffolk coast set novel, I was absolutely content with her fine delicate observations of the natural world, of the world of her twelve year old central character and first person narrator Thomas Maggs, the only surviving son of the local Innkeeper, a man too full of disappointment and of using his own beer as a solution. 581 more words

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