Events & Exhibitions

eventsClub opening hours:

Monday: 11am to 6pm

Tuesday: 11am to 6pm

Wednesday: 11am to 8pm

Thursday: 11am to 8pm

Friday: 11am to 8pm

Saturday: 11am to 8pm

(The Club is licensed until midnight for functions and events)

Sunday: Closed

Hot meals and snacks are currently available in the Dining Room 12 noon until 4pm, Mondays and Tuesdays, and 12 noon until 6pm Wednesdays to Saturdays.

(please note that food is only available to GAC Members and their guests)


Forthcoming Members Events

Christmas Party

Friday 14 December, 4pm onwards

Please join us for our annual Christmas Party.

The Christmas Party is a great opportunity for members, new and old to come together and have some festive fun. Why not bring some friends and family along to join in the Christmas cheer?

There will be mulled wine, musical entertainment, party pieces, raffles, some traditional ghost story telling, and lots of festive frolicking! (if you have anything you would like to donate to the raffle, please contact the Secretary)

A traditional Christmas meal will be served in the between 5pm and 7pm. Those not wishing to join us for the meal are most welcome to come along after 7pm for the party (no charge)!


The Glasgow Art Club Annual Burns Supper

Friday 1st February 2019

6.45pm for 7.30pm

£50 per person

Commemorating the 260th Anniversary
of the Birth of Robert Burns
25th January 1759

Members and their guests are invited to join us for an evening in celebration of the life & works of the Bard with a traditional three-course supper and entertainment in the Gallery. This year will see the usual high standard of artistes to entertain you with humorous and thought-provoking speeches, poetry, songs, music and all things Burns.

Toast List

Welcome -

Grace -

Address to the Haggis – John Hamilton Jnr.

The Immortal Memory – Len Murray

Toast To The Lassies – James Nicol

Reply From The Lassies – Linda Ormiston

Recitations – John Hamilton Jnr.


Piper: Alan Minty

Dress Code: a touch of tartan


There is no tea like Rennie's favourite

TEA TASTING at the Glasgow Art Club

Saturday 30 March 2019, 2pm – 3.30pm

Join us for a special tea tasting afternoon and experience tea flavour and aromas with Dr Yupin Chung, 

Chair of The Seven Strings - Tea Connoisseur Society. Enjoy the four types of tea complemented by Scotland’s famous soft water. 

A selection of cakes prepared by the Club will accompany the teas. 

The Glasgow Art Club Members and Guests Only.

Thursday Talks


March 07 2019: Professor Bruce Peter - The Modern Hotel in Britain for 6.30pm *non-members please book via eventbrite


More talks to be confirmed – keep an eye on the website and your inbox

All Thursday Talks are open to the general public. 

All Thursday Talks are £10 for members and £12 for non-members


18.00 arrival (bar open & welcome drink)

18.30 lecture

19.15 Q&A

19.45 Members’ (and their guests) Supper: Main Course plus Cheese, Tea/Coffee, £18



Please note that, unless stated, all events are open to members of the Glasgow Art Club and their guests only. Public events will generally be advertised through our eventbrite profile.

To book an event please call 0141 248 5210, email or add your name to the book.

Please state any dietary requirements when booking.

Exhibitions Programme 2018

Members and Guests

PV: 19 January

Exhibition Runs: 20 January - 24 February

Small Works

PV: 20 January

Exhibition Runs: 20 January - 3 February

Michael Moulder: a retrospective

PV: Friday 16 February, 6pm - 8pm

Exhibition Runs: 17 February - 23 March

Spring Exhibition

PV: Friday 9 March

Exhibition Runs: 2 March - 10 April

Primary Works

PV: Saturday 21 April

Exhibition Runs: 21 April - 3 May

The Colourists: Pictures From the Harrison Collection

Tuesday 08 May 1pm - 5pm & Wednesday 09 May 10am -  4pm

Mackintosh’s Glasgow - Glimpsed through the collections of the Glasgow Art Club
Exhibition runs until 02 June 2018

Robin Hume Memorial Exhibition

Exhibition Runs: 21 May - 9 June

Siobhan Healy

Inspired by Mackintosh: an exploration of the symbolism and techniques used by CR Mackintosh & MM Mackintosh combined with themes of endangered species of flora & fauna.

PV: Friday 8 June

Exhibition Runs: 9 June - 30 June

Summer Exhibition

PV: Friday 15 June

Exhibition Runs: 16 June - 28 July

There's Life in The Studio

PV: Thursday 12 July, 6pm - 8pm

Exhibition Runs: 17 July - 25 August

Designs for Living

PV: Friday 3 August
Exhibition Runs: 4 August - 7 September

Featuring designs by: Charles Anderson, Dugald Cameron, Conrad T McKenna & Helen Turner.

Travelling Light: Paintings by Joe Broadley.

PV: Thursday 13  September, 8pm

Exhibition Runs: 07 September - 6 October

Autumn Exhibition

PV: Thursday 13 September, 8pm

Exhibition Runs: 14 September – 13 October

With a supper beforehand from 6pm until 7.45pm


PV: Friday 19 October, 6pm, with drinks being served from then? The exhibition will be officially opened at 6.30pm by Nick Curnow, Vice-Chairman of Lyon & Turnbull, a two-course meal will be served at 7.30pm, £22.50 per person

Exhibition Runs: 20 October - 10 November

Peter Thomson RGI RSW  & David Forster RSW

PV: Saturday 03 November, 6pm - 8pm

Exhibition Runs: 20 October - 08 December

Winter Exhibition

PV: Friday 16 November

Dr Tico Seifert, Senior Curator of Northern European Art, at the National Galleries of Scotland will officially open the Winter Exhibition.

Exhibition Runs: 17 November – 18 December

Exhibitions Programme 2019

Scottish Portrait Awards Exhibition

Preview: 18 January

Exhibition Runs: 21 January - 09 February

Spring Exhibition

Preview: 22 February

Exhibition Runs: 23 February - 30 March

Lachlan Goudie: Shipyards

Preview: 7 May

Exhibition Runs: 08 May - 07 June

Summer Exhibition

Preview: 14 June

Exhibition Runs: 15 June - 27 July


Please note that some dates may be subject to change

All exhibitions are free of charge.
Exhibitions are open to the public 12-5pm Monday - Saturday, or by appointment.
Non-members please ring the doorbell to gain access.

For details of the Current, Next and previous Exhibitions Please visit the Exhibitions page >>>>>

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