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Glasgow Art Club Restoration  

THE BUILDING PROJECT – Ready to go!

The estimated cost of the Club’s building repairs is £1.17 million, and the Trustees have now found the money to pay for it. Partly from Historic Scotland, partly from the Heritage Lottery Fund, and partly from a range of individual donors and funding bodies, this enormous sum has been raised either in cash or commitment.

This is an astonishing achievement for a private members’ club, especially in the current economic climate, and it shows the importance attached to the Glasgow Art Club and its promotion of the arts. Part of the project is the replication of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s frieze in the Gallery. Some of this artist’s unique works in Glasgow are falling into disrepair, so it’s good to know that at least one of them will now be preserved for the future.

The Heritage Lottery Fund has given permission to start. The Design Team has been instructed to make their detailed costing, and the building work will begin early next year. Exciting times lie ahead.

 

Supportyed by the National Lottery through the Hertage Lottery Fund

 

Click Here to view Progress on the Restoration >>>>>>

 

How you can help

We accept donations in a variety of ways:

  • Cheques
  • Cash
  • Standing order
  • Stocks and shares
  • Paintings and other contributions to our various fundraising events

Donations should be handed in at the club or sent to:

Jonathan Lord
Secretary
Glasgow Art Club
185 Bath Street
Glasgow
G2 4HU

 

 

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