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Artists in Glasgow

Posted by on October 17, 2021 – 02:22 am

Artists in Glasgow

The search for the real identity of Banksy is a story one that never fails capture the imagination of the media and the millions of fans across the globe of the subversive Bristol street artist, ever since he came to the public’s attention back in 1997 with his The Mild Mild West mural. And with the news that filtered out in March of a scientific study by Queen Margaret University confirming previous studies that pointed out to him as being plain old public school boy Robin Gunningham, the final nail in the coffin was struck in what had left the…

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Buildings in Edinburgh

Posted by on September 19, 2021 – 02:06 am

Buildings in Edinburgh

Cycling is a cheap, quick and healthy way to get around. There is a network of on and off road cycle routes in Edinburgh. The King s Buildings is less than two and a half miles from Edinburgh Waverley Train Station and less than two miles from the Central Area. It takes approximately twenty minutes to cycle to the King s Buildings from Edinburgh Waverley Train Station and approximately ten minutes to cycle between the King s Buildings and the Central Area. Plan your bike journey To find out local cycle routes to the King s Buildings, you can use…

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Glasgow paintings

Posted by on July 13, 2021 – 01:07 am

Glasgow paintings

Ever wondered what lies behind the doors of 185 Bath Street? Steeped in culture and heritage, Glasgow Art Club has long been a private meeting place for generations of the city’s most innovative and creative inhabitants. Now, we are giving you the chance to see behind the scenes of one of Glasgow’s best kept secrets! Let our friendly and knowledgeable guides take you through the building to give you a fascinating insight into the history of Glasgow Art Club and its collections. In 1893 two adjacent town houses on Bath Street were transformed by…

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Mackintosh Glasgow

Posted by on July 5, 2021 – 12:49 am

Mackintosh Glasgow

With all the fridge magnets and the hair dressers with their Mockintosh lettering, it is easy to forget how good Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s architecture and design work actually is. To set the record straight we’ve put together a list of the ten best stops on the Mackintosh tour. Click the links in the description for maps and opening times. 1. Glasgow School of Art An icon of 20th-century design and arguably the world’s first modernist building, Mackintosh’s masterpiece is full of surprising details. The best angles on this fantastic building…

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Royal Exchange Glasgow

Posted by on February 2, 2021 – 08:01 pm

Royal Exchange Glasgow

Welcome Christmas Party Takeaway Located right in the heart of Royal Exchange Square, this is certainly our most prominent Zizzi. The restaurant makes the most of the building s stunning historical architecture to create a must visit destination for eating out in Glasgow. Paintings by local Scottish artists feature throughout the restaurant, providing a stunning backdrop to your meal. The restaurant boasts the first in house Zizzi bar where you will be able to choose from an extensive selection of wines and a sophisticated cocktail menu. To complete…

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Royal Institute of Architects

Posted by on December 28, 2020 – 07:34 pm

Royal Institute of Architects

BNA, the Royal Institute of Dutch Architects, is the sole professional association for Dutch architects. The goal of BNA is to stimulate the development of architecture and to support the practice of its members. Some 1300 architectural practices are united in our sector association. BNA is a network promoting modern, creative entrepreneurship, inspired by the power of architecture with concern for society and the environment. Main activities BNA strengthens the position of Dutch architecture and architects BNA promotes the expertise of the architect…

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Architecture jobs Glasgow

Posted by on December 20, 2020 – 07:27 pm

Architecture jobs Glasgow

Jobs by area Architecture specialisms At s1jobs you have the opportunity to find your dream career move, all from the comforts of your own home. Whether you re looking to take the next step in your industry, trying to find the perfect role fresh from education, or keen to switch careers completely, you ll find everything you need with s1jobs. You can search for jobs in Scotland by role, location, salary and skillset. It couldn t be any easier. From Edinburgh and Glasgow, to Falkirk, Fife and the Shetland Islands, begin your journey today and apply…

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Glasgow Gallery

Posted by on December 12, 2020 – 06:33 pm

Glasgow Gallery

The city is home to more than 20 world-class museums and art galleries; and is proud to have Europe’s largest civic arts collection with works by Dali, Van Gogh, Degas and Monet all available to view free-of-charge in venues around the city. At the heart of Glasgow Harbour, in the city s West End, is the iconic Riverside Museum, named European Museum of the Year in 2013, this multi-award winning museum is home to over 3, objects that detail Glasgow’s rich past from its days as maritime powerhouse to a glimpse into daily Glasgow life in the early…

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Glasgow School Of Art open days

Posted by on July 9, 2020 – 04:12 pm

Glasgow School Of Art open days

The Glasgow School of Art is widely considered to be Mackintosh s Masterwork, designed and built from 1896-1909. Visitors are warmly welcomed to discover Mackintosh s story and our collection of original Mackintosh furniture at The Glasgow School of Art with GSA s award-winning student guides. Due to the recent fire, there will be no access to the interiors of the Mackintosh building whilst restoration work gets underway. There is still plenty for visitors to do and see at The Glasgow School of Art, including a brand new visitor centre, shop and…

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What do I study at Uni?

Posted by on June 11, 2020 – 03:35 pm

What do I study at Uni?

Selecting the best possible course for you is a key decision to make, and often a challenging one. There can be intense competition for the most popular courses, and later for graduate jobs. Do you want to follow a course offering a clear career path or does your interest lie in one of the more traditional academic subjects? There are over 30, courses at UK Universities, and the same title of course will not be taught in the same way, or cover the same material, at every university offering it. For a few people, choosing a course is simple: they…

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