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Visit / Exhibitions Archive 2017

An exhibition celebrating street paper covers and vendor's stories, part of #VendorWeek 2017. 

SAMPLE by Collect Scotland showcases contemporary printed textile design from Scotland.

Competition entries from the Alexander Thomson Society's international ideas competition will be on display in this exhibition.

Playing with Place explores an emerging wave of design-based practice bringing together quality design, community values and a sense of culture in placemaking projects.

An exhibition of creative branding work from Thirst Craft, a Glasgow based social and creative agency. 

See the designs and learn more about the inspirations behind this multi-purpose building celebrating Scottish motorsports heritage, to be located on the iconic Rest and Be Thankful.

Interiors brand KCD explore the ways in which designers can draw inspiration from their surroundings.

An exhibition showcasing 34 post-war Scottish modernist buildings compiled by final year students from Aberdeen.

‘Like a ribbon in space’ is how Jonathan Glancey quoted Zaha Hadid’s own description of the curves and planes of MAXXI.

Slide presentations featuring over 400 people of all ages, from many walks of life and from all over the world coming together in celebration of “place”.

Over the course of three months, photographer Alastair Jackson spent time traversing the abandoned tenements and derelict sites of Tradeston in Glasgow. His findings are displayed in this exhibition.

Flumadiddle is a showcase of local and international artists and designers, curated by Warriors Studio and part of Graphic Design Festival Scotland 2017.

A collaborative moving image work exploring the influence of design technology on heavily constructed image fields. 

Exhibition journalling the work of students from Fourth Year Communication Design at The Glasgow school of Art. 

The Scottish Civic Trust My Place Exhibition by Architecture & Design Scotland recognises recent projects around Scotland.

Graeme Nicholls Architects showcases innovative architectural projects from the UK and abroad. 

This exhibition delves into the rich history of graphic design and advertising in Scotland, looking at both agencies and individuals who have had a lasting impact on the Scottish design scene. 

Parallel Practices is a group show by seven Artists-in-Residence from Edinburgh, Dundee, and Glasgow.

This year marks Recoat's 10th anniversary, celebrating a decade of exhibitions, mural projects, and education programmes.

A digital exhibiton exploring the relationship between security/insecurity and creativity in the Caribbean region. 

The 'Lines of Thought' exhibition celebrates the work of renowned architect Alexander "Greek" Thomson. 

An exhibition exploring the design and build process of the School of Architecture Building at the University of Strathclyde and celebrating those who made it possible. 

This exhibition explores personal stories of revelation and discovery, using a letter from Charles Rennie Mackintosh to Margaret MacDonald as a starting point. 

Exhibition featuring ten life-size linen banners in the Mackintosh Style made by the public over a period of 4 weeks as part of the Mackintosh Festival 2017.

This exhibition is a showcase and celebration of contemporary poster design from around the world, part of Graphic Design Festival Scotland 2017.

Sonica artist in residence, Nelo Akamatsu presents a brand new work, playing on one of our most common natural phenomena: the vortex. 

Photographer and film maker Chris Leslie looks at the changing skyline of Glasgow and what it means for the city. 

 
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