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Visit / Exhibitions Archive 2013

Modern Languages is about the common objects that relate to Irish culture and what happens when modern thinking and creative practice are used to re-design, re-make and re-interpret these familiar things.

Analogue Social, in collaboration with The Lighthouse, host an exhibition of Scottish design talent based around a single material – paper

Foldability is a multi-disciplinary design studio run by Kyla McCallum who works with origami to create products, packaging and bespoke pieces for interiors and events.

An exhibition of entries to the Mackintosh Photography Competition

James Rigler brings his site specific ceramic installation from Pollok House to the Lighthouse.

A collage of the visual landscape of Cromarty by highlands filmmaker Emma Dove.

A Walk to Freedom is an exhibition documenting the work of a group of students whose urban intervention explores creative freedom in the city.

The Lemon Street Gallery present artist Kurt Jackson.

A selling exhibition of work by Artists-in-Residence at The Jewellery Department, Glasgow School of Art 2012 – 2013.

Second Act is a digital group exhibition, depicting Glasgow as an ever evolving play: the streets the stage set, the citizens the characters. Comedy, tragedy and drama unfold around us daily.

Exhibition and sale of the work of a group of emerging, contemporary International visual artists.

An annual exhibition and student awards ceremony offering a rare opportunity to see the best work of students from all of Scotland’s Schools of Architecture.

Showcasing three creative enterprises that completed the Starter for 6 business and investment programme between 2010 and 2012.

Regarded as one of the leading designers of the twentieth century, Wim Crouwel embraced a new modernity to produce typographic designs that captured the essence of the emerging computer age.

Three floors of exciting new, multi disciplinary work by GSA post graduate students

A self-motivated drawing challenge by Glasgow-based artist Anna Gibb, documenting an eventful year.

Artists Made by ME have created a magical space inspired by children.

Last year’s Scottish contribution to the Venice Biennale, showcasing projects from four practices that responded to the Biennale’s theme of ‘Common Ground’.

RIAS Awards 2012 Exhibition Wood for Good / Forestry Commission Scotland

Supported by the Scottish Civic Trust, this exhibition explores places in Scotland through the eyes of school pupils and local people championing good local design and conservation.

Exploring the challenges of different educational building types, and examining how designers can help reveal the hidden potential of our existing schools.

Showcasing the resource efficient house designed for BRE Innovation Park, Ravenscraig. Zero Waste Scotland & Tigh Grain Ltd have come to together to design, build and de-construct an affordable family home.

Art Show & Sale in aid of Revive MS Support

Created by textile designer Charlotte Linton, Ermantrude is a fictional zoologist travelling across continents, through decades of time.

Design by Tangent Graphic