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Blog

The Lighthouse building is now closed to the public until late April. 

The Lighthouse and Cove Park announce a 2020 residency and exhibition opportunity following the success of our previous partnerships. 

Gillian Stewart, founder of Juju Books explains her approach to bookbinding. 

The Lighthouse is delighted to have won Best Cultural Venue at the 2019 Glasgow Awards!

The District Regeneration Framework outlines a vision, projects and an action plan to redefine the Broomielaw district of Glasgow in the next ten years and beyond.

The Lighthouse was nominated by the public as one of the best cultural venues in Glasgow, here's how we got on at The Glasgow Awards 2018.

In celebration of #Mackintosh150, we've updated our blog with another 6 interesting facts you may not know.

We love seeing all your pictures from your visits to The Lighthouse. We've gathered together some of our recent favourites in this blog!

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. 

Details of changes to opening hours for the building, including area closures for private events. 

An open call for exhibition submissions which draw inspiration from Mackintosh’s art, designs or architecture. 

The Lighthouse is celebrating its 20th Anniversary on 7th July 2019. Read about our history in this blog.

The Glasgow City Centre Team are really keen to activate the lanes in the City Centre.

The recently launched City Centre Lane Strategy and the pilot Lane Activation fund have created opportunities for artists and the creative industries, Ian Elder explains more in this blog.

The Unbuilt Mackintosh models are back! See them in our Mackintosh Interpretation Centre on Level Three.

All the news from our latest Gallery One exhibition. 

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.

 
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