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- [Mar 2011] (Creation)
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This is a poster for the 3rd year Textiles Fashion Show held at 7pm and 9pm each night from 8th-9th Mar 2011 . The event was accompanied by a boutique and secret postcard sale with an aftershow party held at the Buff Club. The event was sponsored by Mandors Fabric Store, Buchanan Galleries shopping centre, PRI and Mash amplification. One of the themes of this year's fashion show was the Newbery Tower, which was due for demolition during the School's summer vacation in 2011. The Archives also hold digital images of the secret postcard sale, which involved the selling of postcards created by past and present students on the theme of the Newbery Tower.
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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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Mary graduated with BA (Hons) from Glasgow School of Art in 1987. She has held various positions including opening her own Graphic Design practice and at present is a director of a technology consultancy company in Edinburgh. She is also Stage 2 Lecturer at Edinburgh College of Art.
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Digital colour print.
Dimensions: 503 x 706 mm
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- The Glasgow School of Art (Subject)
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