Glasgow School of Art
Glasgow School of Art is Charles Rennie Mackintosh's greatest achievement and it continues to intrigue and inspire visitors from all over the world. Still a working art school, regular guided tours let you experience this famous and fascinating building. Tours depart daily from the GSA Shop where you can browse a range of contemporary design and souvenirs. Contemporary art exhibitions run in the Mackintosh Museum and are free to the public. For opening hours, tour timetables, exhibitions and information for prospective students please see website.
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- Provides: Wheelchair access
Reviews & features
Art preview: GSA Degree Show and Phoenix Bursaries, Glasgow School of Art9 Jun 2015
Undergraduate Fine Arts students whose work was destroyed in blaze to feature in special exhibition
‘I was in the building when the fire happened, but I didn’t hang about for long.’ Artist Frank McElhinney wryly remembers the day last May when Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh building was engulfed by flames. In some ways he was lucky, because much…
New Year's Resolutions: take more classes30 Dec 2014
From drawing to dancing, and singing to stitching, build your skills
In the spirit of trying something new for 2015, we thought we’d point out a number of classes and events which go on all year round in the Central Belt and which allow participants to get actively involved. So what do you want to do? Art’s a good one to…
Unearth Glasgow's architectural secrets in autumn 2012 with The Glasgow School of Art31 Aug 2012
Learn more about Glasgow's Father of Style Charles Rennie Mackintosh through inspiring tours
You might think you know all there is to know about Glasgow’s Father of Style, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, but the launch of The Glasgow School of Art’s intriguing new walking tour based around the architect, artist and designer as well as a festival…
GSA shop16 Oct 2008
‘You know the sort of thing. We call it Mackintrash, or Mockintosh.’ Cathy Randall is laughing as she tries to diplomatically describe the kind of thing she definitely doesn’t want in the newly opened Glasgow School of Art shop. Shoppers will just have…