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Ash to Art

Turning the worthless by-product of The Glasgow School of Art fire into 25 priceless works of art.

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John Thorne: Psychology, Creative Practice and Climate Change

This blog comes to you from John Thorne. John is Sustainability Coordinator at Glasgow School of Art. Here he opens up issues which frame Saturday’s Climate Psychology Association Scotland 1st Annual Conference: From the personal to the social: Climate psychology and the sense of responsibility. 2,280 more words


In search of Charlie and Maggie Mack

I am always looking for new places to write. I’m happy to be a nomad or a butterfly and explore and adore new places. I went to Glasgow, cos I love Glasgow. 541 more words

On Forms and Fictions: the re-staging of Steven Campbell’s landmark exhibition within GENERATION: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland

Published Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History, Volume 19 (2014-15) Scottish Artists Past and Present: https://ssahistory.wordpress.com/previous-journals/ and an excerpt presented at the journal launch November 2014, Scottish National Portrait Gallery… 5,139 more words

Etching - the Unexpected Twist

One day, a new ideal will arise, and there will be an end to all wars. I die convinced of this. It will need much hard work, but it will be achieved… The important thing, until that happens, is to hold one’s banner high and to struggle… Without struggle there is no life.
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Edinburgh Printmaker

Love - Steven Campbell

There was a large crowd at the launch of Tramway’s Steven Campbell exhibition, Love, last week although it was a cold, wintry, snowstorm of an evening in Glasgow. 454 more words

Exhibition Reviews

Glasgow School of Art

Glasgow School of Art – Charles Rennie Mackintosh – Completed 1910

As you can see this photograph is of a model of a building. Unfortunately as most of you will know the original Mackintosh School of Art was severely damaged by fire in 2014. 178 more words