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Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art Cassina exhibition in Milan

This poster advertised an exhibtion which showcased the work of design students from The Glasgow School Of Art in the Cassina Gallery in Milan. The exhibition took place as a result of the connections between Cassina Design in Italy and The Glasgow School Of Art. The poster was designed by Gordon Huntly who was the head of graphic design at The Glasgow School Of Art at that time. It was printed in the Foulis Building on an offset lithography printing press. The information on the poster translates as: "Design from Glasgow School Of Art: Cassina in Milan, March 23rd to April 6th. Ceramics. Embroidery and fabrics. Design for furniture, furnishings and industrial products. Jewellery and Silverware. Art Graphics, Illustration. Printed Fabrics".

Huntly, Gordon F

Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Design A Cassina'

This poster advertised an exhibition held in Milan in 1984 which showcased design work by students from The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition was held in collaboration with Cassina, a world renowned Italian manufacturing company that often reproduce famous design pieces including Mackintosh furniture. The exhibition included ceramics, embroidery, furniture design, industrial products, graphic design, illustration, silversmithing and jewellery. It took place under the patronage of the British Consulate General in Milan and was also supported by a number of other bodies including The British Council, Sir Hugh Fraser, IBM, Clydesdale Bank PLC, Radio Clyde, Wm Teacher and Sons Ltd, Scottish Development agency, MS Macfarlane Trust, COF Refrigerators, Nardini Ltd and the Governors Of The Glasgow School of Art. The poster was designed by Gordon Huntly and printed by Fraser Ross and Ken Wade in the Foulis building at The Glasgow School Of Art. The reverse side catalogues a list of the exhibited items along with with the names of the designers which are listed below. Ceramics - Helen Kemp - Carol Esson - Sandra Oakes - Catriona Houston - Raymond Evangelista - Eleanor Barttleman - Mark Stanczyk - David Norman - Irene Bell - William McLaughlan - David Gray Embroidered and Woven Textiles: - Elaine Wilson - Claire Neil - Lindy Richardson - June Lillico - Fiona Knight - Karen Borland Furniture, Interior and Product Design: - Fiona Jean Paton - David Wilson - Douglas Clerk - David Robson - Helena McGuinness - Paul Anderson - Alistair Brown - Andy Park - Una Fagan - Mike Osborne - Rosalind Duncan - Jonathan Parlett - Alan Cowling - Lim Ho Guan - Marissa Parker - Alan Cowling - Jackie Park - Heather Thomson - Gareth C Hughes Graphic Design and Illustration: - Ingebjorg Smith - Alan Morrison - Alasdair Robertson - Lesley Raeside - Edward Carden - Susan Scott - Fraser Maclean - Duncan Smith - Catriona Miller - Karen Watt - Fiona McSporran - Fiona Campbell - Gregor Cox - Thomas Campbell - Don McPherson - Frank Connolly - Michael Healey - Joanna Isles - Robin Ward - Remo Avella - Linda Robertson - Kenny Mclellan - Wallace Murdoch - Caroline Parerson - Stephanie Roberts - Sandy Christie - Shirley Clark - Melanie Robertson Silversmithing and Jewellery: - James McDougall - Helen Marriot - Shiela McDonald - Linda McCafferty - Alison Welsh - Mary Thomson - Roger Drew - Keryn Evelyn - Euan Smith - Irene Halliday - Elizabeth Halston - Gillian Simon

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Travel Report

This report details student Pamela Mitchell's experiences when she traveled around Europe for three months upon receiving a travelling scholarship at The Glasgow School of Art in 1959. Mitchell was a student at the School between 1955 and 1959 and studied Textiles. She received the Haldane Travelling Scholarship which was a cash sum of £75. She visted the cities of Copenhagen, Hamburg, Basle, Milan, Venice, Florence, Ravena, Porto Garibaldi, Ferrara, Verona and Paris. The report is coherantly laid out with details of the time spent in each of these cities.

Mitchell, Pamela