Disabled Access Day Weekend aims to raise awareness of accessibility in venues across the country. Find out more about The Lighthouse if you plan to visit.
Fashioned in Glasgow Ltd. are hosting their very first fashion show here at The Lighthouse, we caught up with the designers behind each brand ahead of the show.
Details of changes to opening hours for the building, including area closures for private events.
The Glasgow design industry talk to The Lighthouse about their areas of work and what they think will be prominent in 2017
Alan Kitching: A Life in Letterpress opens here on 9th December, we caught up with Alan ahead of the opening to ask him some questions about his exhibition, his career & work.
Help us build up a picture starting with Mackintosh who is considered the Father of Scottish design, let it grow across the windows to display an inspirational landscape of designers.
October is Mackintosh Month and we have lots going on for the whole family here at The Lighthouse!
Another reason to make sure The Lighthouse is on your to-do list ...
Today, 7th July, is The Lighthouse's 17th Birthday. Read about our history in this blog.
Find out more about the rest of the designers involved in Fashioned in Glasgow's Fashion Show here at The Lighthouse.
Ahead of their fashion show, we caught up with the team behind Fashioned in Glasgow Ltd. to find out more about them.
The models on show here at The Lighthouse represent a selection of architectural designs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
There is one last month left of the Analogue Shop at the Lighthouse, find out why and about Analogue Social's plans for 2017 in this blog.
Find out more about what happened at Graphic Design Festival Scotland 2016 and the related exhibitions currently running at The Lighthouse.
Mackintosh the Innovator is a great title for the Creative Mackintosh Festival - Ian Elder, Manager of The Lighthouse and Chair of Glasgow Mackintosh tells us why in this blog.
Context for the Design and Concrete Poem Exhibition curated by Bronac Ferran.
An initiative to help Glasgow businesses save on their energy costs.
Rosie Shepley talks about the inspirations behind her textiles and stationery brand Opulent Folk and the story of how it developed.