Series GSAA/PUB/4 - Mac Mag: The Magazine of the Glasgow School of Architecture

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Mac Mag: The Magazine of the Glasgow School of Architecture


  • 1974-2005 (Creation)

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Yearly magazine "Mac Mag" (or "Macmag") published by the Glasgow School of Architecture (ISSN 1363-3155). Includes the following issues: Volume 1 - November 1974 Volume 7 - c1980 (2 copies) Volume 11 - 1984 Volume 14 - Spring 1989 (2 copies, one including supplement "Glasgow - City of Hellish Night" by Campbell McAllister) Volume 15 - 1990 Volume 17 - 1992 Volume 18 - c1993 Volume 20 - c1995 (2 copies) Volume 22 - 1997 Volume 24 - 1999 Volume 29 - 2002-2003 Volume 30 - 2005 Volume 34 - 2008-2009 Records also exist relating to the preparation of Volume 13 - 1986 which was unpublished.

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This material has been appraised in line with Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections standard procedures.


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In 1970 the Mackintosh School of Architecture was established. It is housed within the Glasgow School of Art and forms that school's department of architecture. Its degrees are accredited by the University of Glasgow and its head is the university's professor of architecture.

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The Mackintosh Students' Association is a separate student organisation specific to the Mackintosh School of Architecture, taking part in many national architectural events and conferences, and producing their own student magazine entitled 'MAC MAG'.

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Volume 1 donated to the archive by Mark Baines, Mackintosh School of Architecture, November 2013.

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