News

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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Ten Wee Drams

October 15, 2019

Ten Wee Drams An evening featuring acclaimed Clarinetist Sarah Watts A unique opportunity to hear the a recital of the ‘Ten Wee Drams’ in the delightful surroundings of the historic Glasgow Art Club. Performance starts 7.30pm General admission – £15, Students – £7, GAC Members – £12 Tickets available via Eventbrite. GAC Members should book…

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Collective Endeavours at GAC for Doors Open Day 2019

August 27, 2019
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Every Monday: Club Dining Room open to the public

July 23, 2019

Launching this August, the Glasgow Art Club dining room will be open for lunch every Monday to non-members, and members alike. From Monday 12 August, members of the public are welcome to enjoy lunch in the sumptuous surroundings of the Glasgow Art Club dining room. Dining at the Glasgow Art Club is an experience not…

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The Art Club Taster: Temporary Membership

July 2, 2019

Have you been thinking about joining the Glasgow Art Club, but you’re not quite ready to take the plunge? Launching this July, the Glasgow Art Club 90 Day Taster could be the perfect way for you to find out more about the Club and the ways in which being a member could enrich your life.…

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Artist Talk: Lachlan Goudie

May 28, 2019

Thursday 30 May, 6pm Free for members of GAC, £5 non-members   Lachlan Goudie has spent seven years documenting the construction of several ships at the Govan BAE Systems shipyard, including the last vessel to ever have a traditional launch on the slipways of the Clyde, HMS Duncan. Shipyard features over 70 artworks which document the assembly…

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RCS Concert: March 2019

March 12, 2019

March 16 2019, 2pm Programme Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Tamino, a handsome Prince, is attacked by a Serpent and begs the Gods to help him. At his request the Queen of the Night’s assistants appear and save his life, killing the beast but also rendering Tamino unconscious. The three ladies…

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The Glasgow Art Club announces even more winners at the Scottish Portrait Awards Exhibition

January 30, 2019

In addition to the prizes awarded in Edinburgh late last year, the Glasgow Art Club has announced two further prizewinners during a very busy opening event held at the Club.   Eric Robinson received the GAC Photography Award for his piece entitled The Instrumentalists: I was first a designer and then a teacher who continued to design…

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Catering Update 22.01.19

January 22, 2019

Dear Member, We are engaging with members and taking into consideration that there are those of you who do prefer the more traditional lunch. With this in mind, we are delighted to have the very talented Phil Knox, sous chef at One Devonshire Gardens, with us for a short period. Phil will be offering a…

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Treasures of Tuscany: The Glasgow Art Club and Strathclyde Art Fund Joint Holiday 2019

January 15, 2019

For more information please click the following links: Art Fund Tuscany brochure Art Fund Tuscany Practical details Art Fund Tuscany Booking form All bookings and enquiries must go through Heritage Group Travel directly.

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A Blast from the Past!

December 11, 2018

A BLAST FROM THE PAST A donation of some 137 back catalogues from the RGI’s Annual Exhibitions has been presented to our Archives at the instigation of RGI Past President, Karin Currie, with the endorsement of fellow PPRGIs Gordon Macpherson, Evelyne Anderson, Kenneth Chrystie, Eric Hagman and Lord Macfarlane. While the RGI’s main Archive is…

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