Item GSAA/EPH/10/65 - Poster for a series of talks with the tagline 'Turning Design Into Money'

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GSAA/EPH/10/65

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Poster for a series of talks with the tagline 'Turning Design Into Money'

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  • [Jan 1994] (Creation)

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This poster advertised a series of lectures that took place in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art from the 19th of January to the 9th of March 1994. These lectures were part of the Enterprise In Higher Education Business Awareness Programme. There were six lectures in total including: - Intellectual Property and Copyright: Caroline Sincock (Murgitroyd and Company) - The Applied Arts - Some Case Histories: Barclay Price (Crafts Council) - The Business of Design: Joe Hall (Blue Peach) - Corporate Culture: Jane Priestman (BAA, BR) - Making Design Work: Raymon Turner (BAA, Gatwick, Kilkenny, Wolff Olins, London Transport) - Getting Started: Janice Kirkpatrick (Graven Images) The front of the poster has an annotation which reads "Dugald: Professional practice talks you asked about! (poster is done by us too) - Mike H."

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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 c1990s)

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(1951-)

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Mike Healey studied under John Cunningham at Keil School and later Glasgow School of Art, winning the Haldane Drawing Prize and the Post Graduate Leverhulme Travelling Scholarship. He is an Associate of Glasgow School of Art. In the early 1980s he taught at the School of Art and worked there until 1997. Mike travels extensively but his home and studio is in Southend, by Campbeltown, Argyllshire, on the Mull of Kintyre. Mike Healey was awarded, in permanence in 2004, the Professorship of Art and Design at the University of Lincoln, England.

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Screen print done in three layers of colour using red, brown and black inks.

Dimensions: 586 x 418 mm

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GB 1694 GSAA/EPH/10/65

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GB 1694

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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition

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