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Bespoke Dining a la Carte Menu

January 17, 2024

a la carte menu   STARTERS Pork cheek – £8.50 Layered potatoe, tomato ragu sauce crispy onions and pea shoots Seared mackerel – £7 Romesco sauce, pickled heritage carrots, lemon gel and micro herbs Butternut squash arancini (v) – £7 Butternut squash puree, toasted nuts, cumin oil and watercress Cauliflower veloute – £6.50 Truffle oil,…

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“Escape Through Time“ Oil on canvas 100x150 cm Price £ 4000

Featured Artist – Frank Gallacher

February 22, 2024

Escape Through TimeOil on canvas100 x 150 cm£4000 ARTIST’S WEBSITE Changing Costal FormsOil on canvas80 x 80 cm unframed£1400 Costal ContusionsOil on Canvas100 x 100 cm  unframed£1800 About Frank Gallacher Born 1950 in Glasgow, Scotland.Studied as a mature student at Glasgow School of Art 1987-91Education: C.V.BiographyBA HONS Graduate Glasgow School of Art.Artist member of Glasgow…

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Alastair Blain Demo – Silent Auction

January 25, 2024

  We had a very successful first-of-the-year art demonstration this evening from the fantastic Alastair Blain. Created during a two-hour demonstration this landscape is up for a silent auction with the final bids submitted by February 22nd. If you wish to bid on this piece please email admin@glasgowartclub.co.uk   Oil on canvasDimensions roughly – 150…

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Bespoke Dining Pre-Theatre Menu

January 17, 2024

Pre Theatre Menu Two courses £20 Three courses £23   STARTERS Soup of the day (V) £5 Charred bread and butter Traditional haggis £7.50 Swede puree, buttered mash and whisky sauce Smoked fishcakes £7.50 Garlic aioli, watercress and baby radish salad   MAINS Butternut squash risotto (V option) £15 Roasted butternut dice, parmesan and watercress…

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Earth and Ethos Exhibition – January 19th until February 24th 2024

January 16, 2024

  ALASTAIR E. BLAIN Click here to view artist’s website   MICHAEL J. DOHERTY Click here to view artist’s website A dual-members exhibition featuring evocative landscapes by Alastair Blain and classical figurative work by Michael Doherty. Opens Friday 19th February through until Saturday 24th February.

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Westbourne Music – Early 2024 Calendar

January 3, 2024

  Concerts begin at 1 pm, with food being available in the Dining Room from noon.The concerts are available to GAC members at a discounted rate. Tickets are available via Eventbrite, click here for Westbourne Music.   JANUARY – JUNE 2024 24th January 2024 – Katherine Bryan (Flute) and Ed Cohen (Piano) In a welcome…

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Scottish Seascape Demo with Robert Kelsey – Thursday 28 March 2024

January 3, 2024

Demonstration starts at 6:30 p.m. with the Club bar open all evening. Bespoke Restaurant also provides food service from 5 p.m. FREE TO GLASGOW ART CLUB MEMBERS £10 for non-members via Eventbrite : PLEASE CLICK HERE     ROBERT KELSEY BIOGRAPHY True to the captivating qualities and philosophy of the Scottish Colourists, whose work he greatly…

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Pastel Demonstration with Lynn Howarth – Thursday 29 February

January 3, 2024

THURSDAY 29 FEBRUARY 2024 Please join us for a fabulous pastel demonstration by acclaimed and internationally known pastel master Lynn Howarth. The demonstration starts 6:30 p.m., with the Club bar open all evening and Bespoke Restaurant having evening food service from 5 p.m. FREE TO GLASGOW ART CLUB MEMBERS £10 for non-members via Eventbrite :…

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Art Demonstration with Alastair E. Blain – Thursday 25 January

January 3, 2024

Thursday 25 January 2024 6:30 – 8:30 pm Watch as Alastair begins a painting using Earth Pigments and hand-crafted materials, to create a Timeless Landscape. Integrating sketches from nature, memory, and imagination, with a grounding in the Tradition of Landscape Painting. Demonstrations start at 6:30 p.m. The Club bar is available all evening, with Bespoke…

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Featured Artist – Frank McNab

September 26, 2023

  The Calling of the Council Frank McNab Caravaggio in the West End! For the month of August Cafe Bru in the west end’s Thornwood will be exhibiting a major work by artist Frank McNab based on Caravaggio’s Calling of Saint Matthew.The painting is titled “The Calling of the Council” and refers to the monthly…

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The Glasgow Art Club Artists’ Christmas Market

September 18, 2023

Friday 8th December 1 p.m. – 7 p.m. Saturday 9th December 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. This December we are excited to be holding the Club’s Christmas Fair. The fair will be held in our historic building and will showcase a fantastic range of Artists and Artisans Glasgow has to offer. Attendees can savour winter-inspired…

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Westbourne Music Concerts

September 18, 2023

Westbourne Music returns to The Glasgow Art Club – Wednesdays at 1 p.m. The Westbourne Music concert series provides performance opportunities for both emerging and established chamber ensembles and soloists. You can buy tickets in advance or on the day, and all members of the public are warmly welcome. We value our established audience members…

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Mackintosh & His Furniture by Roger Billcliffe – Wednesday 6th September

September 2, 2023

Roger Billcliffe, whose gallery is now adjacent to The Glasgow Art Club, will talk about Mackintosh’s furniture based around the exhibits in our current show, looking at his designs for Tea Room and domestic furniture that gave him an international reputation in 1900 – a reputation that continues to this day. The Glasgow Art Club’s…

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Glasgow Art Club November Opening Hours

November 1, 2021

Opening Times to December 4th 2021, please note Wednesday and Thursday lunchtime menus should be booked for either a 12 noon, 12:40 or 13:10 dining slot by the preceding Monday.  Either phone (0141 248 5210) or email dan@glasgowartclub.co.uk.

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Heritage Lottery Covid Emergency Funding – Acknowledgement of Gratitude

May 5, 2021

The Club is sincerely grateful to the Heritage Lottery Fund for its financial support following the onset of the 2020 pandemic. Funding amounting to circa £39,000 has been used to implement a number of measures to enable the Club to adapt to changing circumstances and priorities in order to continue to serve both its membership…

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