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Architectural Salvage, Glasgow

Posted by on October 14, 2016 – 07:47 pm

Architectural Salvage, Glasgow

Here at G.A.S, we offer a wide range of services covering various activities, some of these have been mentioned in our introductory page. There follows a full list of our services. Doors can be stripped back to the original wood. Where Yale locks have been fitted, (for example), we can expertly patch them with matching timber. Doors can be cut down to fit an opening, we can advise how much can be removed. Radiators can be tested & fitted with modern fittings, blasted, primed & topcoated if required. We can usually hold an item without…

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Glasgow Arts

Posted by on October 8, 2016 – 06:53 pm

Glasgow Arts

When the Glasgow International Festival opens next month, director Sarah McCrory will present her first thematic group show for the programme, inspired by the city’s industrial heritage and its artists’ relationship to manufacturing. The urban shift from heavy industry to the creative industries is a sensitive issue, and by no means one unique to Glasgow, but the sheer lustiness of the city’s art scene, its self-sufficiency and its inventive, ongoing territorialisation of derelict post-industrial spaces in many ways make it a case apart. “If I were…

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Urban Glasgow Forum

Posted by on November 20, 2013 – 10:43 am

Urban Glasgow Forum

Purpose To develop the relationship between research, practice and education in the field of urbanism with a focus on regeneration and placemaking. Currently The Lab has developed as a research unit from 2007 onwards and continues to be a collaborative venture between the Mackintosh School of Architecture (MSA) and Glasgow City Council (GCC). It is funded by both. It is intended as an open partnership and that further partners will be added as and when appropriate. The range of our projects and the way in which they complement the work of each partner…

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Glasgow School of Art Photography

Posted by on March 14, 2014 – 08:51 am

Glasgow School of Art Photography

Textiles workshop, Glasgow School of Art. Photograph: McAteer Photograph/Glasgow School of Art Garnethill campus, Glasgow School of Art. Photograph: McAteer Photograph/Glasgow School of Art Fees £1, 820 for Scottish/EU full-time undergraduates in 2016-17. £9, for full-time students from the rest of the UK. If you are a first degree student and ordinarily resident in Scotland, you are eligible for your tuition fees to be covered by the Scottish government. If you are from elsewhere in the EU you are entitled to be charged the same level of tuition…

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Glasgow School of Art Library catalogue

Posted by on March 28, 2013 – 11:27 am

Glasgow School of Art Library catalogue

Inhale/Exhale Alice Channer Risograph printed newspaper leaflet to accompany Michael Stumpf s exhibition for Glasgow International Festival of Visual Arts 2014 with a text by Jenny Brownrigg, Exhibitions Director. Leaflet layout and typesetting: Steven Swinney Letterpress artwork: Edwin Pickstone and Michael Stumpf Cabbages in an Orchard Graham Fagen The publication Cabbages in an Orchard was inspired by the aesthetic of ‘The Magazine’, a DIY publication where early Mackintosh plant drawings were collated with the work of his peers. The publication…

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Renfrew Street, Glasgow

Posted by on April 3, 2016 – 08:57 am

Renfrew Street, Glasgow

Cineworld Glasgow Renfrew Street is about to become the first cinema in Scotland to house 4DX – a revolutionary and immersive cinematic experience that puts the viewer at the heart of the action – with the opening night scheduled for 5th August 2016. Introduced from South Korea and considered to be the biggest innovation in cinematic technology, the Cineworld Glasgow Renfrew Street 4DX auditorium will stimulate all five senses through high-tech motion seats and special effects such as wind, fog, rainstorm, lightening, bubbles, water, rain and scents…

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