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Poster for the murals and stained glass degree show

This poster advertised the work of graduating students from the murals and stained glass department which was exhibited as part of The Glasgow School Of Art Degree Show in 1983. The exhibition ran from the 14th to the 21st of June and was held in the Mackintosh Building on The Glasgow School Of Art Campus. The murals and stained glass department later went on to become the sculpture and environmental art department in 1985.

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Poster for the Master of Design degree show entitled 'Decisions'

This poster advertised the Masters of Design degree show that ran from the 8th to the 14th of December in the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition included work by a number of graduating students including Douglas Clerk, Andrew Crummy, Fiona Knight, Constantine Lykiarodopoulos, Linda MacCafferty [McCafferty], Carolyn Paterson and Maurice Shannon.

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Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art's Activities Week: Tuesday

This poster advertised events which took place on the Tuesday of one of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks. Events on that day included a lecture by animator Jonathan Hodgson, jazz concerts performed by Ayrshire Jazz Band and Frank Pantrini Quintet, a screening of a film entitled 'Jazz in the Thirties' and a cabaret which was advertised as "Cabaret of a different kind".

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Poster for a lecture by Lutz Becker

This poster advertised a lecture given by filmmaker Lutz Becker who is known for his political and art documentaries. He is also considered to be a contemporary of Derek Jarman. Becker is most famous for finding missing home videos of Adolf Hitler's girlfriend Eva Braun which give an insight into Hitler's personal life. This footage was edited by Becker and used in the World War II documentary series 'The World at War' in 1974.

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Poster for a lecture by Charles Spencer entitled 'The Multiple Revolution'

This poster was used to advertise a lecture given by the art critic and director Charles Spencer. The lecture focused on the use of print and multiples in art practice and was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre as part of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week. Activities week was an important part of the school's curriculum during the 1970s. All classes stopped and students were instead required to attend lectures and film screenings.

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Poster for an exhibition of Bridget Riley's drawings

This poster advertised an exhibition of drawings by Bridget Riley which was held in the Newbery staff lounge in the Newbery Tower at The Glasgow School of Art as part of the school's annual activities week. Riley is well known for her optical illusion paintings and is considered a leading figure in Op Art. During activities week, large bill boards on Renfrew Street displayed posters made by staff and students that advertised the week's events. Many of these posters can now be found in The Glasgow School Of Art's Poster Collection. An image of this particular poster can be found in the 1973/74 prospectus catalogue on page 21.

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Poster for an exhibition of work by Bud Neill entitled 'Scotland Forever and Isaac Wolfson'

This poster advertised an exhibition of work by the Scottish cartoonist Bud Neill. Neill studied at The Glasgow School of Art and is known for his cartoon strips which featured in a number of Glasgow newspapers. His work often played on Glasgow humour, with notable characters such as Lobey Dosser and the Sheriff of Carlton Creek. The exhibition was held in the Newbery Lounge in the Newbery Tower at The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition title refers to Isaac Wolfson who was a Scottish business man and philanthropist known for his successful mail order service.

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Poster advertising Activities Week

This poster advertised various events happening during The Glasgow School Of Art's activities week in 1971. The poster details a number of film screenings and talks which took place in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre. Other events included visits to the National Engineering Laboratory in East Kilbride and to an exhibition of prints by the London based printmaking organisation Editions Alecto. There was also an exhibition of work by John McInnes which was held in the Mackintosh Museum.

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Poster for a lecture by Brian Grimwood

This poster advertised a lecture given by illustrator Brian Grimwood that was held in the Glasgow Film Theatre on the 18th of November 1993. The lecture was advertised as a "Design School Distinguished Lecture" discussing the illustrative design work of Grimwood. Another lecture was also held at the Ca' d'oro Building on Gordon Street for members of the Chartered Society of Designers.

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Poster for a screening of graduate films entitled 'Show Reel'

This poster advertised an exhibition showing a number of films by graduates of The Glasgow School Of Art in 2002 as well as a lecture by Alan Currall who was a lecturer in electronic media at the school. The event was held in the Centre for Contemporary Arts which is an arts centre close to The Glasgow School Of Art campus. Exhibitors included Natalie McFadyen, James Hodgson, Ruth Legg, Kate Drummond - Brassington, Mark Melvin, Will Holt, Michelle Daniels, Ruth Davies, John Barrington, Henry Coombes, Nicola Godsal, Mari Lagerquist, Martin Craig, Hannah Palmer, Dan Miller, Grethe Forsstrom, Laura Marshall, Kate Burton and Astrid Kruse Jensen.

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Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art degree show

This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art's annual degree show which showcased the work of graduating students in 2002. Undergraduate students exhibited on campus while the Masters of Fine Art students exhibited at local arts centre Tramway. The exhibition ran from the 22nd to the 29th of June and had a number of sponsors including Ziper Beer, McGrigor Donald, Gordon Yuill and Company, BD-Tank and the Centre for Contemporary Arts.

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Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Ten Years'

This poster advertised an exhibition of work by artists who graduated from The Glasgow School Of Art's sculpture department between 1979 and 1989. The exhibition was curated by Cliff Bowen who worked as a sculpture lecturer from 1973 until 1978. It was held in The Glasgow School Of Art's Newbery Gallery in the Newbery Tower from the 4th of August until the 1st of September and was sponsored by the Ian McTaggart Trust.

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Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week

This item is one of nine sections of a large scale poster advertising lectures given by Bob Godfrey and Joe McGrath during The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week in 1971. Bob Godfrey is best known for his animated cartoons such as Roobarb and Custard and Henry's Cat. Joe McGrath is a Scottish director famous for his films Casino Royal and The Magic Christian. The entire poster would have been one of many displayed on huge billboards on Renfrew Street to advertise events happening during each of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks.

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Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week

This item is part of the centre section of a large scale poster advertising lectures given by Bob Godfrey and Joe McGrath during The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week in 1971. Bob Godfrey is best known for his animated cartoons such as Roobarb and Custard and Henry's Cat. Joe McGrath is a Scottish director famous for his films Casino Royal and The Magic Christian. The entire poster would have been one of many displayed on huge billboards on Renfrew Street to advertise events happening during each of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks.

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Poster for Charles Rennie Macintosh exhibition entitled '20 chairs - 100 years'

Poster features a grey Mackintosh portrait focusing on his moustache, grey and orange in colour. Also features line drawings of Mackintosh chairs. The exhibition of twenty Mackintosh chairs from the Glasgow School of Art's collection formed part of the opening celebrations at Norway’s newest cultural attraction, the Jugenstilsenteret (Art Nouveau Centre), in Ålesund, from the 6th June to 12th Oct 2003. Similar to Glasgow, this city is one of the founding partners of the EU-funded Réseau Art Nouveau Network. The School’s contribution was hoped to inspire further cultural and artistic ties between the two countries.

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Poster for an exhibition of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh, entitled 'The 1933 Memorial Exhibition: A Reconstruction'

This poster advertised an exhibition of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh in 1983 at the Fine Art Society, 134 Blythswood Street, Glasgow, which ran from 24 Aug to 26 Sep 1983. Entitled 'The 1933 Memorial Exhibition: A Reconstruction', it was part of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society's 10th Anniversary Celebrations (1973-1983). The poster features a watercolour painting of a flower in lilac, white and black paint.

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Poster for a Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition in Certaldo

In 1988, a Mackintosh architecture exhibition opened in Certaldo in Tuscany, Italy. It was organised by Comune di Certaldo in Palazzo Vicariale di Certaldo from 31st July to 30th September. A book was published by Electa Firenze about the exhibition including images of architectural drawings, photographs, sketches and paintings. This image is of a blue, beige, and black coloured architectural drawing.

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Poster for an anniversary exhibition of work by Jessie M. King

This poster depicts a portrait of the artist with pink and blue fonts on a white background. It advertises a touring exhibition of the work of Jessie M. King, who is known for her book illustrations and paintings which are very much associated with the Glasgow Style. Known as one of the Glasgow Girls, the exhibition of King's work in 1979 marked the 20th anniversary of her death and was first shown at the Tolbooth Art Centre on Hill Street, Kirkcudbright from 4th June to 18th July. Later that same year, the exhibition was held at the Glasgow School of Art's Mackintosh Building from 27th July to 3rd September. The exhibition itself was sponsored by the Robertson Trust, The N.S. Macfarlane Trust and the Glasgow School of Art Enterprises.

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Poster for a Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition in Poland

This poster advertised an exhibition showcasing the work of Scottish artist, architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Held in the Miezsznorodowego Cultural Centre in Krakow, Poland, the exhibition ran from the 18th of September to 31st of October 1996 and was arranged by the British Council of Poland, with sponsorship from the Polish Airlines Cargo.

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Poster for an exhibition of work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh

The poster advertised an exhibition of work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh that was held in the McLellan Galleries on Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow. The show itself was sponsored by the Whyte and Mackay Group and ran from the 25th of May to 30th of September 1996. Admission to the exhibition was priced at £4 for adults and £2 for concessionary rate. The poster has a geometric square design.

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Poster for exhibition '4 after 5', Fife

Poster for exhibition '4 after 5', Serendipity Gallery, Lundin Links, Fife. Poster features portraits of four artists drawn by each other, namely Kay McLean, Catriona McDonald, Clare Scullion and Alan Rogers. The date of the exhibition is given as 22 Mar-08 Apr, no year is given but it is believed to be late 20th century.

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Poster for exhibition '6 Glasgow Photographers', Edinburgh

Poster for exhibition '6 Glasgow Photographers', Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh. The dates of the exhibition are 02 Nov-20 Nov, no year is given but it is believed to be late 20th century. Artists exhibited were Chris Webster, Denis Crossan, Douglas Bryce, Elizabeth Urquhart, Ray McKenzie and Jack Fordy. The artwork featured is a photograph by Chris Webster, 'N.Y.C.'.

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Poster for exhibition 'Scottish Photography - The First Half' at the Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh

Poster for exhibition 'Scottish Photography - The First Half' at the Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, 25 Oct 1984-06 May 1985. The exhibition was hosted by the National Galleries of Scotland, and launched the Scottish Photography Archive. The featured image is 'Edinburgh Architecture - Scott Monument - in construction D.O. Hill'.

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