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9th Jul to 10th Sep: The Last of Our Kind

October 1, 2021

Member’s Solo Exhibition of Fine Art Photography by Garth Ivan Linscott hanging in the Club’s first floor gallery. Fri 6th Aug Member and Guests’ Private View 6pm to 8pm    

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Rowena Comrie – Featured Artist August 2021

August 16, 2021

‘Faultline’ The dramatic soaring Arrochar Alps, part of the volcanic Highland fault line show the power of the Ice Age still evident in the soaring craggy peaks and the smoothed off slopes. However, the picturesque is lifted into a new dimension, the sublime, by the giant naval boatyard at Faslane marking the work of another…

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Liz Knox – Featured Artist for July 2021

July 2, 2021

Liz Knox DA(Edin) PAI PPAI Liz Knox studied drawing and painting under Sir Robin Philipson and David Michie. Liz graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1971. Her work is regularly exhibited throughout the UK. Liz describes her work as: “A collection of marks influenced by objects, words, music, locations and events experienced. Mostly viewed…

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Club Reopening and Exhibition News

November 2, 2020

Club Reopening The Club is pleased to inform members that it will reopen for three days per week, 11:00 to 18:00, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from Tuesday 3rd November 2020 until further notice. Regretfully, catering will be limited to tea and coffee. This arrangement will be subject to continued review in the context of further…

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Mark Mulholland, Featured Artist for October, 2020

September 30, 2020

Born in Glasgow 1971, Mark graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1993 with a BA Honours in Sculpture and was awarded the RSA John Kinross Scholarship to Florence, Italy.During a six year stay in the Tuscan capital he worked on several private commissions. He spent three years working with the renowned ‘Il Cesello’, Cipriani…

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New Dining Room Menu at the Glasgow Art Club from 16th September 2020

September 2, 2020

We are excited to share our new Dining Room menu, produced by The Really Delicious Food Company, and available to Club members from 16th September: Lunch will initially be served, 12 noon until 2pm on Wednesday 16th- Friday 18th September, and then Wednesday 23rd-Friday 25th September. Booking is essential. To help with safety and social…

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Glasgow Art Club’s Exhibitions

August 26, 2020

We have recently introduced virtual online Exhibitions on the Glasgow Art Club’s website. From 1st of September you will be able to purchase or request more information on a painting or piece of artwork. On line purchasing will include the taking payment by credit or debit card. All purchases are on the basis that the…

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Reopening the Club on 1st September

August 26, 2020

We are pleased to confirm that the Glasgow Art Club will reopen on Tuesday 1st September. There will be a number of changes to the usual practices at the Club whilst the Covid-19 restrictions remain.

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Important Covid-19 Update

June 25, 2020

The outbreak of Covid-19 in the UK, and globally, is deeply concerning, and the health and safety of our members, staff, visitors, partners and all whom we work with as a Club is absolutely paramount. The core intention of the measures outlined below is to minimise the risk to members and visitors (particularly those in…

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Thursday Talks: 12 March, 6.30pm – Just Like The Real Thing

January 15, 2020

JUST LIKE THE REAL THING? Speaker: Professor Nicholas Oddy, Head of Department of Design History & Theory, GSA Thursday 12 March, 6pm for 6.30pm Nicholas Oddy – Head of Design History and Theory at the Glasgow School of Art and adviser to auction houses the world over – will entertain on a range of fascinating…

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Thursday Talks: 02 April – James McNeill Whistler and Scotland

January 14, 2020

James McNeill Whistler and Scotland Speaker: Prof. Margaret F. MacDonald, D.Litt. Thursday 02 April 2020, 6pm for 6.30pm James Whistler boasted of his Scottish ancestry, and added ‘McNeill’ to his name after his famous mother. Though based in London and Paris, he developed contacts with artists, dealers and collectors in Scotland. He exhibited at the…

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Thursday Talks: 06 February – Working at the Willow

January 14, 2020

Working at the Willow Speaker: Rob MacInnes Thursday 06 February 2020, 6pm for 6.30pm   Rob MacInnes is a graduate of Glasgow School of Art and an ICON Accredited Conservator / Restorer (ACR). He is a Member of the British Society of Master Glass Painters. He designs his own work and has repaired, restored and…

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Thursday Talks – Thursday 07 November, 6pm: From Here to Posterity – the Saving of Scotland’s Film Heritage

August 28, 2019

Thursday Talks Dr Janet McBain: From Here to Posterity – the Saving of Scotland’s Film Heritage Thursday 07 November 2019, 6pm for 6.30pm £10 GAC Members, £12 Non-Members, £5 Students Non-members please book via eventbrite The beginnings of the film archive in Scotland from its inception as a Job Creation Scheme in 1976. A personal…

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Thursday Talks – 5th September, 6pm: Storm in a Teapot – Russian Propaganda Porcelain

February 19, 2019

          Thursday Talks Storm in a Teapot – Russian Propaganda Porcelain Speaker: Maggie Monaghan Thursday 05 September, 6pm for 6.30pm £10/£12/£5 This lecture covers the history of this rare propaganda porcelain, produced as a result of the 1917 Russian Revolution. It describes where and why the porcelain was made, its distribution…

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Thursday Talks – Thursday 03 October, 6pm: Arthur Melville (1855 – 1904)

August 27, 2019

Thursday Talks Thursday 03 October, 6pm for 6.30pm ‘The most brilliantly audacious water-colour painter of his time’: Arthur Melville (1855-1904) £12/£10/£5 Non-members please book via eventbrite Arthur Melville (1855-1904) was one of the most innovative Scottish painters of his generation. The intensity of his colours, his fascination with effects of brilliant light and his dramatic…

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