Item GSAA/EPH/10/13 - Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art Fashion Show

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Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art Fashion Show


  • [Apr 1984] (Creation)

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This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art fashion show held in the school's Assembly Hall between the 30th April and the 5th May 1984. Tickets for this event were priced at £2 with a discounted price of £1.50 for students, O.A.Ps and the unemployed.

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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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(fl c1980s-)

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Smith was educated at the Glasgow School of Art, (BA First Class and MA) and initially worked as an illustrator for, among others, BBC Scotland, Gaelic Children's TV, Scotland on Sunday and Canongate Press. She lectured part-time at the Glasgow School of Art and designed theatre posters for 7.84 & Tag, also doing theatre sets and costumes for Wildcat and Halaballoo. She took a break in the late 1980's and travelled extensively in Kenya, Asia and Australia, where she transformed her illustration skills into fine art collage paintings. In 1995 she moved to Tain in the Highlands of Scotland, which is a great base for her landscape and bird paintings.

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Screen print done in three layers using blue, grey and black inks.

Dimensions: 588 x 422 mm

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