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The Glasgow School of Art
The Glasgow School of Art Exhibitions Department curates a year-round public programme that works with contemporary artists, designers and architects from the UK and abroad, as well as interacting with teaching and research activities and developing creative opportunities with staff and students. Our innovative programme of exhibitions, performance, seminars, talks, off-site projects, publishing initiatives and outreach, aims to explore the creative, social and educational nature of contemporary practice. We also make exciting links to the rich heritage and architecture of The Glasgow School of Art and its collections. Throughout the academic year there is the opportunity to see the work of the GSA undergraduates and postgraduates.
For details of current, future and archived Exhibitions at the GSA, visit the dedicated Events section. Our galleries include Mackintosh Museum and the new Reid Gallery.
Admission is free.