We love seeing all your pictures from your visits to The Lighthouse. We've gathered together some of our recent favourites in this blog!
Glasgow’s Leading Attractions is a collection of the best things to see and do in Glasgow. Find out more in this blog.
Jetting off somewhere nice this year? We’re on the hunt for your pictures of Art Nouveau abroad.
Collect Scotland's blog gives some great insight into trend cycles in the fashion and textile industry, using examples from SAMPLE, the current Gallery One exhibition.
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.
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.
Details of changes to opening hours for the building, including area closures for private events.
Graphic Design Festival Scotland want you to design their campaign identity for 2017, read on to find out more.
The team at Recoat talk about their upcoming anniversary, including their exhibition here at The Lighthouse and plans for a book.
Glasgow's first Independent Pop-Up Department Store; The I.D Store is a partnership between Granny Would Be Proud and The Lighthouse. Find out more 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 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.