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Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Saying it with Clay!'
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This poster advertised an exhibition held in The Mackintosh Museum at The Glasgow School Of Art that showcased the work of graduating ceramics students from across Britain. The back of the poster lists exhibiting students along with details of where they studied. The exhibiting graduates included: - Jane Frankland: Manchester Polytechnic - Liz Astbury: Wolverhampton Polytechnic - Nicola Marrison: Crewe Alsager College Of Higher Education - Maria Lindemann: Central St. Martins College of Art And Design - Mark Hailley: Loughborough College of Art And Design - Madeleine Child: Camberwell School Of Art - Susan Wade-French: Glasgow School Of Art - Rob Richard: Bristol Polytechnic - Julian Smith: South Glamorgan Institute Of Higher Education - Zoe Whiteside: Staffordshire Polytechnic - Helen Hitchcock: Leicester Polytechnic - John Alliston: South Glamorgan Institute Of Higher Education - Susan Ross: Duncan of Jordanstone College Of Art And Design - Michael Green: Bath College Of Higher Education - Dale Butroid: Bristol Polytechnic - Michael O'Connor: Goldsmiths' College - Susan Room: Middlesex Polytechnic - Marie Bonlokke: Pederson Royal College Of Art - Bryony Seymour: Staffordshire Polytechnic - Brigitte Winsor: Birmingham Polytechnic - Philomena Pretsell: Edinburgh College Of Art - Frankie McKenna: Grays School Of Art The exhibition ran on the 6th and 7th of October 1990 and was funded by Potterycraft Ltd and The Glasgow District Council's Festival Budget for The Glasgow 1990 Culture Capital of Europe.
Appraisal, destruction and scheduling
This material has been appraised in line with Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections standard procedures.
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[Lithograph print] - one layer of black ink on both sides of the poster.
Dimensions: 595 x 420 mm
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GB 1694 GSAA/EPH/10/41
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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition
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