Records of The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland, 15th century-2014 Add to your favourites. View associated digital content.

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Title: Records of The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland, 15th century-2014 Add to your favourites. View associated digital content.

Primary Creator: The Glasgow School of Art (1845-)

Extent: 435.6 Linear Feet

Arrangement: This material has been arranged into series, which consist of records related by format and/or function.

Subjects: Administration, Archives, Art education, Curriculum development, Glasgow, Scotland, Higher education, Photographs, Printed ephemera, The Glasgow School of Art

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Includes:

Records of the Academic Council, 1973-2000

Audiovisual material, c1950s-2000s

Records of the Board of Studies, 1932-1950

Records of the Continuing Education Department, c1988-2000

Records of the Assistant Director and Company Secretary, c1986-2008

Records of the Deputy Director, c1946-1993

Records of the School of Design, c1979-2001

Records of the Development and External Relations Office, c1997-2004

Records of the Director, 1846-

Records of GSA Enterprises, c1991-2000

Ephemera collection, 1890-

The School's collection of ephemera includes flyers, programmes and tickets for events at the School, such as plays, fashion shows, charities week events, exhibitions and performances.

Records of the Estates Department, c1964-2007

Records of the Exhibitions Officer, c1990-1994

Records of the School of Fine Art, c1978-1999

Records of the Finance Officer, 1870-2000

Records of First Year Studies, c1988-2000

Records of the Board of Governors, 1847-2007

Key records include:

Annual reports, 1847-2000 - The School's annual reports provide information on governors, staff and prizewinning students, and sometimes but not always, a headmaster's or director's report and annual accounts.

Building Committee papers, 1883-1949 - Minutes, correspondence, estimates, specifications and financial records relating to the erection of the Mackintosh Building, as well as the School's extension scheme.

Records of House for an Art Lover

Records of Liberal Studies/Historical and Critical Studies, c1992

Records of Information Services, c1900-2004

Records of the Mackintosh School of Architecture, c1957-2002

Newspaper cuttings, 1864-

The School's press cuttings include articles relating to staff and students.

Photographs, c1880s-

The School's photograph collection provides an excellent record of events at The Glasgow School of Art, its students and their work.

Records of the Personnel Office, c1987-2006

Records of the Planning Department, 1962-1964

Records of the Registrar, c1881-2000

Key records include:

Student records, 1881-1997 - The School's student registers can provide student's names, dates of birth, dates of admission, educational background, addresses, occupations, courses taken and marks and awards gained.

Prospectuses, 1893-1995 - The School's prospectuses provide information about staff and governors; the organisation and administration of the School; summaries of the School's curriculum; individual courses and tutors; fees; scholarships and bursaries.

Records of the School Council, 1969-1982

Records of the Secretary and Treasurer, 1853-1996

Records of the Senior Management Group

Records of the School of Simulation and Visualisation

Records of the Staff Council, 1909-1949

Records of the Student Support Service

Biographical Note

The Glasgow School of Art has its origins in the Glasgow Government School of Design, which was established on 6 January 1845. The Glasgow Government School of Design was one of twenty similar institutions established in the United Kingdom's manufacturing centres between 1837 and 1851. Set up as a consequence of the evidence given to the House of Commons Select Committee on Arts and their connection with Manufactures of 1835-1836, the Government Schools hoped to improve the quality of the country's product design through a system of education that provided training in design for industry. Somerset House was the first of such schools to be established, opening in 1837, and others followed throughout the provinces.

In 1853 the Glasgow Government School of Design changed its name to the Glasgow School of Art. Following the receipt of some funding from the Haldane Academy Trust, (a trust set up by James Haldane, a Glasgow engraver, in 1833), The Glasgow School of Art was required to incorporate the name of the trust into its title. Consequently, it became the Glasgow School of Art and Haldane Academy, although by 1891 the "Haldane Academy" was dropped from the title. Glasgow School of Art was incorporated in 1892. In 1901 the Glasgow School of Art was designated a Central Institution for Higher Art Education in Glasgow and the West of Scotland.

Initially the School was located at 12 Ingram Street, Glasgow, but in 1869, it moved to the Corporation Buildings on Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. In 1897 work started on a new building to house the School of Art on Renfrew Street, Glasgow. The building was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, former pupil of The Glasgow School of Art. The first half of the building was completed in 1899 and the second in 1909.

The Government Schools ran courses in elementary drawing, shading from the flat, shading from casts, chiaroscuro painting, colouring, figure drawing from the flat, figure drawing from the round, painting the figure, geometrical drawing, perspective, modelling and design. All these courses were introduced from the start at the Glasgow School apart from that of design. The course in design was the "summit of the system" where students came up with original designs for actual manufactures or decorative purposes and it was not until 1849, when Charles Heath Wilson became headmaster, that classes in design began to be taught. Also in this year Bruce Bell was engaged to teach mechanical and architectural drawing.

After 1853 the above pattern of courses was extended to 26 stages which formed the national curriculum for art schools. This system was known as the South Kensington system. An Art Masters could be awarded by gaining certificates in the available subjects. There was no restriction on entry and students could take as long as they wished to accumulate their passes before being awarded their Art Masters.

In 1901 the Glasgow School of Art was given the power to award its own diplomas. In the same year Art 91D classes for day school teachers commenced which were later known as the Art 55 classes. From 1901 to 1979 the School of Art awarded its own diplomas and thereafter it awarded degrees of the Council for National Academic Awards. In the 1970s the School of Fine Art and the School of Design were established. With the demise of the Council for National Academic Awards, from 1993 Glasgow University awarded the School's degrees in fine art and design.

In 1885 the Glasgow School of Art taught architecture and building construction conforming to the South Kensington system. Following on from the designation of the School as a Central Institution and the empowerment of the School to award its own diplomas, the School and the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College worked together to produce a curriculum for a new course leading to a joint diploma. In 1903 the joint Glasgow School of Architecture was established within the Glasgow School of Art in conjunction with the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College. For the new diploma design classes were to be taught at the School of Art and the construction classes at the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College. The first diplomas in architecture were awarded in 1910. In 1924 the Glasgow School of Art became a university teaching institution when the University of Glasgow set up a BSc in Architecture which was to be taught at the School of Architecture. In 1964 the Royal College of Science and Technology (formerly the Royal Technical College, formerly the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College) merged with the Scottish College of Commerce to form the new University of Strathclyde. Following the merger the Glasgow School of Architecture came to an end, the last students transferring to Strathclyde degrees and graduating in 1968. In 1970 the Mackintosh School of Architecture was established. It is housed within the Glasgow School of Art and forms that school's Department of Architecture. Its degrees are accredited by the University of Glasgow and its Head is the University's Professor of Architecture.

The Glasgow Government School of Design was originally managed, as were the other Government Schools, by the Board of Trade and a Committee of Management representing local subscribers. Then, in 1852, the Government Schools of Design were taken over by the Department of Practical Art. This Department was renamed the Department of Science and Art in 1853 and was located in South Kensington, London. The Committee of Management was replaced in 1892 by the Board of Governors. In 1898, control of the School was transferred again, this time to the Scotch Education Department (renamed the Scottish Education Department in 1918). The School became academically independent in 1901 when it was free to develop its own curriculum and its own diplomas, subject to the approval of the Scottish Education Department. The chief executive of the School was the Headmaster, renamed Director in 1901, and a Secretary and Treasurer was responsible for all aspects of the administration of the School. As the School grew, other administrative posts were added.

Subject/Index Terms

Administration
Archives
Art education
Curriculum development
Glasgow, Scotland
Higher education
Photographs
Printed ephemera
The Glasgow School of Art

Administrative Information

Repository: GSA Archives

Access Restrictions:

Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections are open for research by appointment.

Most records which are over 30 years old are available for public consultation. There is restricted access to records which are less than 30 years old, however these can be accessed with the permission of the Head of the relevant department of the School. Student records are closed until they are 75 years old in order to maintain personal confidentiality.

Some material is currently uncatalogued and therefore not accessible for researchers.

Use Restrictions:

Application for permission to quote should be submitted to The Archives and Collections Centre at The Glasgow School of Art.

Reproduction subject to usual conditions: educational use and condition of documents.

Appraisal Information: This material has been appraised in line with Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections standard procedures.

Processing Information:

Fonds level finding aid created by Emily Woolmore, GASHE Project Archivist, 21 March 2000 and amended by Victoria Peters, GASHE Project Manager, 29 August 2001 and 3 January 2002 as part of the Research Support Libraries Programme funded project "Gateway to Archives of Scottish Higher Education".

Ammended for submission to the JISC Archives Hub by David Powell, Hub Project Archivist, January 2002.

08 June 2005 Catalogue record converted to EAD2002, May 2005.

Fonds level description imported from the Archives Hub, 11 September 2006.

Finding Aid Revision History:

Catalogue imported into Archon software and edited by Michelle Kaye, Archon Project Officer, October 2014.

Description edited by Michelle Kaye, Collections Development Officer, September 2017.


Description of Contents

Records of the Academic Council, 1973-2001,
Audiovisual material, c1950s-2000s,
Records of the Board of Studies, 1932-1950,
Records of the Continuing Education Department, 1965-2006,
Records of the Assistant Director and Company Secretary, c1986-2008,
Records of the Deputy Director, c1946-1993,
Records of the Design School, c1979-2001,
Records of the Development and External Relations Office, c1997-2004,
Records of the Director of the Glasgow School of Art, 1846-,
Records of GSA Enterprises, c1991-2000,
Ephemera collection, 15th century-,
Records of the Estates Department, c1964-2007,
Records of the Exhibitions Department, c1989-2016,
Records of the School of Fine Art, c1978-1999,
Records of the Finance Officer, 1870-2000,
Records of the First Year Studies Department, c1988-2000,
Records of the Board of Governors, 1844-2017,
Records of House for an Art Lover,
Records of the Liberal Studies/Historical and Critical Studies Department, c1992,
Records of Information Services, c1900-2004,
Records of the School of Architecture, c1957-2002,
Newspaper cuttings, 1864-,
Photographs, c1880s-,
Records of the Personnel Office, c1987-2006,
Records of the Planning Department, 1962-1964,
,
Records of the Registrar, c1881-2000,
Records of the School Council, 1969-1982,
Records of the Secretary and Treasurer, 1853-1996,
Records of the Senior Management Group,
Records of the School of Simulation and Visualisation,
Records of the Staff Council, 1909-1949,

GSAA/EPH, (Sub-Fonds) Ephemera collection, 15th century- Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Includes catalogues, programmes, flyers and tickets for Glasgow School of Art exhibitions, pageants, lectures and theatrical events as well as posters from Activities Week events and student fashion shows, dating from 1890 to the present.

Ephemera also includes a collection of postcards from c1900 to the present, as well as material relating to: Glasgow School of Art's involvement with the international exhibition scene; records of the Woman's Work Exhibition, London, 1900; records of the Glasgow School of Art participation in the Glasgow International Exhibition, 1901; the Exhibition of Modern Furniture, Budapest, 1902; the Brussels Exhibition, 1910; and papers documenting the organisation of the Scottish Pavilion at the Exhibition of Decorative Arts, Turin, 1902.

Some of the material is in French and Italian.

Extent: 3.2 metres
Reference: GSAA/EPH
Biography or History: The ephemera collection represents an artificial collection of publicity material, teaching aids and other miscellaneous material gathered together to document the events and history of the Glasgow School of Art. This ranges from the events that happened at the Glasgow School of Art itself through to its participation at cultural events in Europe such as international exhibitions.

Arrangement: The material has been arranged as follows:

EPH/1: Printed ephemera of the Glasgow School of Art

EPH/2: Postcard collection

EPH/3: Records of Glasgow School of Art's involvement with the Women's Work Exhibition , London, 1900

EPH/4: Records of Glasgow School of Art's involvement with the Glasgow International Exhibition, 1901

EPH/5: Records of Glasgow School of Art's involvement with the Exhibition of Modern Furniture , Budapest, 1902

EPH/6: Records of Glasgow School of Art's involvement with the Cork International Exhibition, 1902

EPH/7: Records of Glasgow School of Art's involvement with the Brussels Exhibition, 1910

EPH/8: Records of the Scottish Pavilion at the Turin Exhibition of Decorative Arts, 1902

EPH/9: Records of the Glasgow School of Art Needlework Exhibition, 1916

EPH/10: Posters, c1960s-

EPH/11: Teaching aids, 19th century-20th century

EPH/12: Published ephemera, 19th century-20th century

Custodial History: Much of this material was held by the Glasgow School of Art Library before being transferred to the archives.
Related Material: There are no known related units of description but many of the events may be referred to elsewhere within the Glasgow School of Art institutional archive, in particular the annual reports (Ref: GSAA/GOV/3) and the collection of press cuttings (Ref: GSAA/NEW).

Creator(s):

The Glasgow School of Art

Subject(s):

Archives - Exhibitions (events) - Extracurricular activities - Plays (performed works) - Postcards - Posters - Printed ephemera - Teaching materials - The Glasgow School of Art

GSAA/EPH/1, (Series) Printed ephemera of Glasgow School of Art, 1890- Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: The printed ephemera collection includes posters, catalogues, programmes and tickets for Glasgow School of Art exhibitions, pageants and theatrical events, as well as other miscellaneous items such as Christmas cards, dating from 1890 to the present.
Extent: 7.5 linear metres
Reference: GSAA/EPH/1
Biography or History: The printed emphemera collection is an artificial collection of publicity materials and other miscellaneous items relating to Glasgow School of Art activities and events that have been gathered together.

Arrangement: The material is arranged as follows:

Bound volumes of printed ephemera:

1890-1899

1900-1906

1907-1912

1909-1913

1913-1926

1926-1948

1946-1964

1964-1973

1974-1982

Fasiculed printed ephemera:

1901-1907

1907-1910

1911-1918

1900-1910

20th Century (x3)

Folders of loose ephermera:

By Artist (x3)

1920s-1970s (x2)

1980s

1990s

2000-onwards

2000-2001

2002-2003

2004-2006

1920s, 1960s-1970s, 2000s

GSAA/EPH/2, (Series) Postcard collection, Early 20th Century Add to your favourites. 
Description:

The postcard collection consists of images of buildings and artworks, with postcards dating between c1900 and the present. Many of the more modern postcards from the 1970s onwards within the collection are produced by the Glasgow School of Art and depict student work.

The postcard collection also includes images used as teaching aids. These images date from the 19th-20th Century and include images of Renaissance architecture, the works of Glasgow Boy George Henry, Moorish architecture, Roman architecture, Egyptian architecture, Irish architecture, British architecture and European Architecture.Many images are stamped "Haldane Academy".

Extent: 0.5 linear metres
Reference: GSAA/EPH/2
Biography or History: Little is known about this collection but it is assumed that it was formed as a reference collection of artistic works and architectural examples that were used as a teaching aid.

Arrangement: 1 box of postcards, 1 folder of negatives and printed material.

The collection has not been formally arranged although later additions to the collection are arranged by their provenance (e.g. student postcards by year).

GSAA/EPH/3, (Series) Records relating to Woman's Work Exhibition, London, 1900, Dec 1899-Jul 1900 Add to your favourites. 
Description: The collection consists of correspondence and other materials relating to the exhibition and includes: a draft of the preliminary application form to participate in the exhibition, including the names of exhibitors and their works, 1900; correspondence from The London Exhibition Co Limited inviting Glasgow School of Art to participate in the exhibition, including a prospectus and uncompleted contributor's form, 5 Mar 1900; letter to Fra Newbery from The London Exhibition Company on the insurance of the exhibits, 20 Apr 1900, letter to Glasgow School of Art from the Curator, Applied Art Section enquiring after the value of the exhibits, 22 Jun 1900; letter from The London Exhibitions Company to Glasgow School of Art from the Secretary of the Applied Arts Section, enclosing receipts for the exhibits accepted (receipts attached), 6 Jun 1900.
Extent: 29 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/3

Biography or History: The Women's Work Exhibition was held in Earls Court, London in the Summer of 1900 and the work of around 15 female Glasgow School of Art artists was shown. These included works by Ann Macbeth and Jessie Newbery. Two silver medals were awarded to Glasgow School of Art students for decorative art work exhibited at the exhibition.

The exhibition was to feature the best fine art works of living and deceased female artists, both British and continental. Works were to be available as loans but coudl also be sold, with the exhibition taking a commission.

Arrangement: The material has not been formally arranged or listed but is bound in a folder with other display exhibition materials.
GSAA/EPH/4, (Series) Records relating to Glasgow International Exhibition, 1901, Mar 1901-Nov 1901 Add to your favourites. 
Description: The material in this collection relates to the Glasgow School of Art's participation in the Glasgow International Exhibition of 1901. The surviving records relate to the women's section of the exhibition and the bookbinding stall that was run by the School. Fra Newbery was Director at the time and there is some correspondence to him concerning the event.
Extent: 31 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/4

Biography or History: The 20th Century opened with the Glasgow International Exhibition of 1901, an amazing demonstration of Victorian self confidence which proudly displayed the great progress made in industry, science and art during the nineteenth century.

Although such exhibitions were popular in France from the seventeenth century onwards, the first truly international exhibition to be held in Britain was the 1851 event held at the custom-built Crystal Palace in London. Proving to be massively popular with the public, its success resulted in a craze for further large - and increasingly grander - exhibitions.

The first great universal exhibition held in Glasgow occurred in 1888. This was a roaring success and its profits went towards funding a new and permanent Art Gallery and Museum, to be situated in Kelvingrove Park. Its foundation stone was laid in 1897 and the second exhibition of 1901 was conceived to inaugurate the new building. This was the biggest UK event to be organised so far in the new century, although the 1900 Paris exposition universelle must be given the accolade for being the very first exhibition of the twentieth century.

The exhibition was officially opened on 2 May 1901, and it ran until 9 November.

The exhibition site sprawled over 73 acres in Kelvingrove Park in the west of the city. Its centrepiece was the new Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum which appropriately housed the Fine Art section, including work by the "Glasgow boys" who were by now acknowledged as internationally important artists. But the exhibition's main building was the temporary Eastern Palace; its architect was James Millar who won an open competition with his design which satisfied the extravagance demanded by the public. This Oriental fantasy, with its strong suggestions of 16th century Spanish Renaissance architecture, was topped by a grand dome adorned by an electric-torch wielding golden angel of light. There were also separate buildings for industrial and machinery displays, concert halls, foreign pavilions, numerous restaurants and cafes, as well as many minor buildings covering subjects such as agriculture and heating and lighting.

The complexity of organising and mounting such a massive event is hard to comprehend. This was a truly international affair with exhibits and people demonstrating products from all over the world: of the many temporary buildings constructed, for example, a whole Russian village of 7 buildings (4 of them being magnificent pavilions) was erected; there was a model farm complete with working dairy, windmill and grieve's house, a Grand concert hall with seating for more than 3,000, and a new sports ground at Gilmorehill with a four-lap cement cycle track, cinder pedestrian course, football pitch and stand accommodation for 25,000 spectators. The suggestion of limitless resources was enhanced by the breathtaking electrical illuminations that lit up many of the attractions by night.

Although it lacked the novelty of 1888, Glasgow's second major exhibition was still enormously popular, resulting in attendance figures of over 11,000,000.

The exhibition was an international shop window. Its accompanying guides and programmes, which were lavishly illustrated with advertisements from the participating companies, meant that information about products could reach a wide audience far beyond those who could actually attend in person.

An excited and rowdy crowd bent on plundering the exhibition for souvenirs was expected. As is turned out, rain ensured that many stayed away and there was little trouble. The materials and fittings were auctioned off, and the profit made was invested in restoring the park; the surplus went to the Art Purchase Fund to enhance the new art galleries further.

Source: Glasgow University Library Special Collections, Glasgow International Exhibition 1901: Official Guide and Daily Programmes. Taken from the Book of the Month web page for October 1999, available at http://special.lib.gla.ac.uk/exhibns/month/oct1999.html

Arrangement: The material has not been formally arranged or listed but is bound in a folder with other display exhibition materials
GSAA/EPH/5, (Series) Records relating to Exhibition of Modern Furniture, Budapest, 1902, Apr 1902-Jul 1902 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This material relates to Glasgow School of Art's participation in the Exhibition of Modern Furniture, Budapest, 1902, and comprises of: a printed circular concerning the exhibition, 1902; a letter from the secretary of the exhibition concerning the exhibition's postponement to September, with covering letter from H. Thomas Lyon stating that Fra Newbery has requested the circulars, 1902; and a list of articles sent to the exhibition including sale prices, 15 Apr 1902.
Extent: 11 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/5
Biography or History: The National Industrial Art Museum of Budapest held an exhibition of Modern British Furniture in September 1902 to which the Glasgow School of Art sent several exhibits. It had been intended that the exhibition was to be held in the summer but it was postponed until September due to the late arrival of many exhibits and the fact that the exhibition would benefit from occurring later in the season when Budapest would be busier.
Arrangement: The material has not been formally arranged or listed but is bound in a folder with other display exhibition materials.
GSAA/EPH/6, (Series) Records relating to Cork International Exhibition, 1902, Apr 1902-Sep 1902 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This material relates to the Glasgow School of Art's participation in the Cork International Exhibition, 1902. It comprises of: lists of exhibits, 1902; three letters between Fra Newbery and the Cork International Festival Women's Section concerning display cases for the exhibits, 1902; a circular from the Cork International Festival concerning carriage, packing and insurance of exhibits and a list of the School expenses, 1902.
Extent: 26 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/6
Biography or History: The Cork International Exhibition was held in 1902 at Fitzgerald Park, an 18 acre site overlooking the River Lee. The event was organised by the Cork International Exhibition Association who gifted the Georgian House built as part of the exhibition to the Cork Corporation in 1907 which now houses the Cork Public Museum.
Arrangement: The material has not been formally arranged or listed but is bound in a folder with other display exhibition materials.
GSAA/EPH/7, (Series) Records relating to Brussels Exhibition, 1910, Apr 1910-Jan 1911 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This material relates to the Glasgow School of Art's participation in the Brussels Exhibition in 1910. It comprises of: a list of artists, titles of paintings, insurance values and sale prices of works sent to the exhibition, including works by Fra Newbery, EA Hornel and EA Walton, 1910; correspondence received by Fra Newbery concerning the insurance of works sent to the exhibition, 1910; insurance quotes sent to Fra Newbery from Fine Art & General Insurance Co Ltd and North British Mercantile Insurance, 1910; and receipts for transport of items to Brussels and picture framing, 1910-1911.
Extent: 13 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/7
Biography or History: The Brussels Exhibition of 1910 followed in the tradition of the series of international exhibitions that saw Crystal Palace in London, the Glasgow International Festival and the Paris Festival of 1900.
Arrangement: The material has not been formally arranged or listed but is bound in a folder with other display exhibition materials.
GSAA/EPH/8, (Series) Records relating to the Scottish Pavilion at the Turin Exhibition of Decorative Arts, 1902, 1902-1903 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This material relates to the School's involvement in the Turin Exhibition. Material includes: correspondence relating to the exhibition, transport of items and insurance, as well as lists and descriptions of the items exhibited at the exhibition, which included works by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Margaret Macdonald, Frances Macdonald, Herbert MacNair and Jessie King. There is also a copy of Relazione della Giuria Internazionale, an account of each country's participation in the exhibition written in Italian.
Extent: 8 volumes
Reference: GSAA/EPH/8

Biography or History: Of the works submitted to the exhibition, one was awarded a gold medal, three silver medals and three honourable mentions.

Fra Newbery was Director at Glasgow School of Art during the time of the Turin Exhibition. Part of Newbery's success at the School was led by the acclaim and notoriety surrounding the work of designers and artists such as Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Margaret MacDonald, Frances MacDonald, Herbert MacNair, Jessie M. King and others working in the 1890s in "The Glasgow Style". This style was most highly acclaimed at the Turin Exhibition of Decorative Art, 1902. Much of this success was due to Newbery who selected the work and chose Mackintosh to design the rooms for its display. For this work Newbery was awarded the Cavaliere Ufficiale dell' Ordine della Corona d'Italia, an Italian knighthood.

Arrangement: The items have been bound into 8 bound volumes and were arranged during their custody in the School library.
Language of Material: Italian.
GSAA/EPH/9, (Series) Records relating to Glasgow School of Art Exhibition of Ancient and Modern Needlecraft, 1916, 1915-1916 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Material includes: typescript list of 1012 items exhibited with descriptions and their purchasers when appropriate, 1916; photographs of individual items exhibited, 1916; financial records relating to the opening ceremony, 1916; printed stationery made for the exhibition, 1916; minutes of the Needlework Exhibition Committee, Oct 1915-Apr 1916; folder of papers relating to the organisation of the Exhibition including stationery, correspondence and a speech/forwarding address by Fra Newbery, 1915-1916.
Extent: 1 box
Reference: GSAA/EPH/9

Biography or History: The Glasgow School of Art Exhibition of Ancient and Modern Needlecraft was opened on 11 February by Lady Stirling Maxwell of Pollock. Chairman of Governors Patrick S. Dunn was also in attendance.

The exhibition was sanctioned by the Scottish Education Department (also known as the Scotch Education Department) and was the most important of its kind ever held in Scotland.

The purpose of the exhibition was to allow students, craftsmen and collectors the opportunity to view  study examples of needlwork and embroidery from institutions throughout the United Kingdom including the Victoria & Albert Museum, Edinburgh Museum and from the collection of Sir William Burrell, as well as individual collectors. The collection was divided into three sections: ecclesiastical, military and domestic.

An exhibition catalogue was produced; edited by the Director of the School Fra Newbery with written contributions from Ann Macbeth. It was decided by members of a sub-committee that the proceeds from the catalogue sales would go to war charities.

Arrangement: Records are arranged into two sub-series - administrative records and ephemera. Material within each sub-series is grouped by type into files. Content within each file is arranged chronologically and has been itemised with the appropriate reference.
Related Material: See GSAA/SEC/30 - 'Records relating to Belgium Tryst Fund, 1914-1915'

Creator(s):

The Glasgow School of Art

Subject(s):

Embroidery (visual works) - Exhibitions (events) - First World War (1914-1918) - Fundraising - Lace (needlework) - Printed ephemera - Textiles - The Glasgow School of Art - War (concept)

GSAA/EPH/9/1, (Series) Administrative records, 1915-1916 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes correspondence, planning documentation, minutes, material relating to publicity and financial records.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/9/1
GSAA/EPH/9/1/1, (Folder) Planning documentation, 1915-1916 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Includes:

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/1 Typed list of contacts for possible donations to the Needlecraft and Embroidery Exhibition. Including an attached draft of a letter sent to potential donors, 05 Dec 1915.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/2 Typed list of 'Needlework Exhibition' Committee members at Christmas 1915, Nov-Dec 1915.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/3 Typed draft invite to the Needlework Exhibition on behalf of Patrick Dunn, 25-26 Feb 1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/4 Typed lists of probable lenders for the Needlework Exhibition - including names and addresses, 1915-1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/5 Handwritten list of Needlecraft Exhibition boxes and cases in storage, 1915-1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/6 Typed list of representatives suggested for the collection of selected material,1915-1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/7 Typed drafts of lenders to be called upon in London, 1915-1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/8 Handwritten lists of schedules sent, 1915-1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/9 Handwritten list of material located at Raveltson, St Brides and Edinburgh Museum for possible loan to Needlecraft Exhibition, c1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/10 List of selected examples to be retained for further exhibition, 1915-1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/11 Handwritten overview of arrangements for the Needlework Exhibition, 1915-1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/12 Plans regarding adverts for catalogue and display case - including measurements, 1915-1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/13 Blank donor forms listing the particulars for exhibits on loan, c1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/14 Blank lender cards, c1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/15 Copy of donor confirmation card, c1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/1/16 Blank confirmation cards acknowledging return of exhibits, c1916.

Reference: GSAA/EPH/9/1/1
GSAA/EPH/9/1/2, (Folder) Minutes of the Committee and Sub-Committees for the Exhibition on Ancient and Modern Needlecraft, 18 Oct 1915-13 Apr 1916 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Booklet includes the following:

Minutes for the Needlework Exhibition Committee and the following Sub-Committees:

-Catalogue Committee

-Finance Committee

Reference: GSAA/EPH/9/1/2
Extent: 23 items
GSAA/EPH/9/1/3, (Folder) Correspondence, 1915-Feb 1916 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Includes:

GSAA/EPH/9/1/3/1 Donor form filled in with details, 25 Jan 1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/3/2 Letter written on behalf of three donors asking for an evaulation of material, 25 Jan 1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/3/3 Letter from donor to School Secretary regarding the value of donated material to the exhibit, 05 Feb 1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/3/4 Group of postcards addressed to Fra Newbery and the Seecretary from donors, sent via Professor Robert Anning Bell, 16 Feb 1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/3/5 Draft letter from the Chairman of Governors (P. Dunn) to HRH Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, c1915-1916.

Reference: GSAA/EPH/9/1/3

Creator(s):

Bell, Robert Anning

GSAA/EPH/9/1/4, (Folder) Material relating to catalogue preparation, c1915-1916 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Includes:

GSAA/EPH/9/1/4/1 Draft copies of information relating to the Catalogue for the Needlecraft and Embroidery exhibition, 1915-1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/4/2  Document titled 'Needlework Exhibition' - explaining what 'petit point' is, 1915-1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/4/3 Paper samples from stationer's Begg, Currie & Russell for exhibition catalogue, c1915-1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/4/4 Business card from Tillotson & Son Limited, c1915-1916.

Extent: 12 items

Creator(s):

Begg, Currie & Russell

GSA/EPH/9/1/5, (Folder) Financial information, 1915-1916 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Includes:

GSAA/EPH/9/1/5/1 Letter from Bone & Hulley with a quotation regarding services for the Needlecraft Exhibition Catalogue, 17 Dec 1915.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/5/2 Letter from T & R Annan & Sons with a quotation regarding services for the Needlecraft Exhibition Catalogue, 27 Dec 1915.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/5/3 Typed copies of the Opening Ceremony receipts, Mar 1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/5/4 Handwritten booklet listing the insurance values for the Needlecraft Exhibition, c1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/5/5 Handwritten booklet listing funds raised from the Entertainment and 'Wee Market' held on the Opening Ceremony of the Needlecraft Exhibition, c1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/5/6 Estimates from printers and stationers Begg Currie & Russell regarding estimates for the Needlecraft Exhibition catalogue.

Reference: GSA/EPH/9/1/5

Creator(s):

T & R Annan & Sons Ltd - Begg, Currie & Russell

GSAA/EPH/9/1/6, (Folder) Circulars, Oct 1915-Mar 1916 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Includes:

GSAA/EPH/9/1/6/1 Proposed letters from the Secretary to inform prospective organisations of the Needlecraft Exhibition, October 1915–Nov 1915.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/6/2 Documents relating to the advertisement of the Needlecraft Exhibition, 06 Nov 1915.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/6/3 Draft letter titled 'Needlework Exhibition' from Secretary to accompany supply of circulars and schedules for the Needlecraft Exhibition, 23 Nov 1915.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/6/4 Proposed letters from the Secretary to inform prospective attendees of the Needlecraft Exhibition,15 Jan 1916–26 Feb 1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/6/5 Proposed letter from Secretary informing prospective organisation of the exhibition - including list of prospective organisations to contact, 06 Mar 1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/6/6 Information advertising the Needlecraft Exhibition, Jan 1916

GSAA/EPH/9/1/6/7Return of material notice from GSA Needlecraft Committee, March 1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/1/6/8 Material relating to the Girl's Guildry (Glasgow Centre), 1916.

Reference: GSAA/EPH/9/1/6
GSAA/EPH/9/2, (Series) Ephemera, 1915-1916 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes tickets, a copy of the exhibition catalogue, photographs of items on display in the exhibition and publications associated with the exhibition as well as needlecraft and embroidery in general.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/9/2
GSAA/EPH/9/2/1, (Folder) Publicity, 1916 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Includes:

GSAA/EPH/9/2/1/1 Leaflet advertising the Needlecraft Exhibition and committee members, c1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/2/1/2 Card advertising the Needlecraft Exhibition, c1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/2/1/3 Catalogue of the Exhibition of Ancient & Modern Embroidery & Needlecraft, 1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/2/1/4 Book titled 'The Art of Ayrshire White Needlework: An outline sketch of its history and achievement', 1916.

Reference: GSAA/EPH/9/2/1
GSAA/EPH/9/2/2, (Folder) Exhibition Content, c1915-1916 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Includes:

GSAA/EPH/9/2/2/1 Photographs and photographic copies of the material displayed, c1915-1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/2/2/2  Photopgrahic examples of work for display, c1915-1916.

GSAA/EPH/9/2/2/3  Folio titled the History of British Embroidery illustrated with photographic examples of material from 13th -16th C, c1915-1916.

Reference: GSAA/EPH/9/2/2

Creator(s):

T & R Annan & Sons Ltd - Victoria & Albert Museum

GSAA/EPH/9/2/3, (Folder) Newscuttings, 08 Nov 1915 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Includes:

GSAA/EPH/9/2/3/1 Sample press cutting from Glasgow Herald advertising a 'Proposed Needlecraft Exhibition', 08 Nov 1915.

GSAA/EPH/9/2/3/2 Fragile newspaper sections (folded over), 08 Nov 1915.

Reference: GSAA/EPH/9/2/3

Creator(s):

The Glasgow Herald

GSAA/EPH/10, (Series) Poster collection, 1919-2012 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Collection of posters relating to events at The Glasgow School of Art, such as exhibitions, fashion shows, lectures, Activities Week events, or events relating to work by GSA student, staff and alumni. Many of the posters for GSA events were designed and printed in-house by students and members of staff.

Please note that this material is not yet fully catalogued and therefore some items may not be accessible to researchers.

Extent: 233 items, 5 plan chest draws, 3.5 linear metres
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10
Arrangement: There is no formal arrangement of the posters; items are listed at the time they are donated to the archives.
Processing information: Imported from Excel spreadsheet by Susannah Waters, GSA Archivist, May 2011. Some descriptions updated by Anna Kayhko, Volunteer, August 2012. All descriptions updated by Katie Hawson, Volunteer, with some assistance from Mike Healey, Dugald Cameron, Eddie Stewart and Jimmy Cosgrove, 2014. Imported into Archon software and edited by Michelle Kaye, Archon Project Officer, 2014. Descriptions edited by Cat Doyle, Alex Singerman and Karen Harkness, GSA Archives and Collections Volunteers, 2015.

Creator(s):

The Glasgow School of Art

GSAA/EPH/10/1, (Item) Poster for a photography exhibition at the Victoria Cafe, [Oct 1978] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of photography held in the Victoria Cafe from the 9th to the 20th of October 1978. Exhibiting in this show were a number of artists including: Elizabeth Urquhart, Ray McKenzie, Douglas Bryce, Chris Webster, Denis Crossan and Jack Fordy. The Victoria Cafe, where the show was held, was part of the original student union across from the Mackintosh building on GSA campus. The name "Douglas R. Bryce Graphics '78" is handwritten on the back of the poster.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/1
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print with one layer of black ink.
Dimensions: 600 x 430 mm

Subject(s):

Crossan, Denis - Fordy, Jack - Webster, Chris

GSAA/EPH/10/2, (Item) Poster for a retrospective exhibition of work by Hannah Frew Paterson, [Apr 1990] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster promoted an exhibition held in the Newbery Gallery on The Glasgow School of Art's campus from the 12th April to the 4th May 1990. The exhibition showcased the embroidery work of Hannah Frew Paterson who taught embroidery at GSA. The exhibition was funded by the Ian MacTaggart Trust, Glasgow District Council Festivals Budget and Anchor Dairy.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/2
Physical Description: Digital colour print.
Dimensions: 423 x 299 mm
Physical Description: Digital colour print.

Creator(s):

Murray, Jimmy

GSAA/EPH/10/3, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work produced by The Glasgow School of Art's Design School staff, [Mar 1982] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work produced by The Glasgow School Of Art's Design School staff. The exhibition was held in the Mackintosh Museum within the Glasgow School Of Art's Mackintosh Building from the 16th March to the 2nd April 1982.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/3
Physical Description: Screen print using six layers of colour.
Physical Description: Screen Print - six layers of colour.

Creator(s):

MacPherson, Bill

GSAA/EPH/10/4, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School of Art Christmas Fayre, [Dec 1990] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a Christmas fayre held in The Glasgow School Of Art's Assembly Hall from the 10th to the 11th of December 1990. A number of activities were organised including a 'deluxe' prize raffle, hair cutting, a Santa's grotto and various games. Tea, coffee and baking were also available.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/4
Physical Description: Screen print using three layers of blue, pink, purple and gold inks on green card.
Dimensions: 524 x 384 mm
Physical Description: Screen print - three layers of blue, pink, purple and gold inks on green card.

Creator(s):

Patrick, Adele

GSAA/EPH/10/5, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School of Art's 'Exhibition Of Embroidery And Weaving', [Oct 1979] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster promoted an exhibition in London showcasing embroidery and weaving work from The Glasgow School of Art. The exhibition was held in the Embroiders Guild on 73 Wimpole Street London, with a private view "tea party" for the event held on Sunday the 4th November 1979. The exhibition itself was open from the 5th to the 29th of November 1979.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/5
Physical Description: Screen print using two layers of purple and brown inks on black card.
Dimensions: 383 x 254 mm
Physical Description: Screen Print - two layers of purple and brown inks on black card.
GSAA/EPH/10/6, (Item) Poster for a series of exhibitions entitled 'Beyond the Repeatable Image: The Ontario Project', [Feb 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a series of exhibitions featuring the work of contemporary artists from the province of Ontario in Canada. The exhibitions were organised by Visual Arts Ontario and were held in the Mackintosh Museum and the Newbery Gallery within The Glasgow School Of Art campus from the 25th February to the– 22nd March 1985.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/6
Physical Description: Digital colour print.
Dimensions: 674 x 471 mm
Physical Description: Digital colour print.
GSAA/EPH/10/7, (Item) Poster for MA Design degree show exhibition entitled 'Familiarity And Contempt', [Dec 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the degree show exhibition for the MA Design class of 1985. Exhibiting were designers Willie Aitken, Janice Kirkpatrick, Adele Patrick, Heather McMurchie, Gary Morgan and Ian Roberts. The exhibition was held at The Glasgow School Of Art.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/7
Physical Description: Screen print with collage element. The screen print uses two layers of colour in black and red inks. The collage element is attached to the bottom of the poster and provides the exhibition information.
Dimensions: 593 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Screen print and collage- two layers of colour in black and red inks. Collage element with details of the show attached a the bottom of the poster.
GSAA/EPH/10/8, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art Fashion Show, [Mar 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: The Glasgow School Of Art Fashion Show was held in the Assembly Building on The Glasgow School Of Art campus. The show ran once per day from the 11th to the 16th of March 1985. Tickets for this event were priced at £2 with a discounted price of £1.50 for students, O.A.Ps, parties and the unemployed.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/8
Dimensions: 792 x 592 mm
Physical Description: [Lithograph print] - one layer, black bleed print.
GSAA/EPH/10/9, (Item) Poster for exhibition entitled 'The Page Right Printed', [Apr 1973] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work from The Private Press Movement with pieces ranging from the work of William Morris to the work of modern day artists. The exhibition was held in The Glasgow School of Art's Mackintosh Museum and ran from the 1st to the 12th of May 1973.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/9
Physical Description: Photo lithography print using one layer of black ink.
Dimensions: 440 x 339 mm

Creator(s):

Grant, Christopher

GSAA/EPH/10/10, (Item) Poster for staff and student event entitled 'A Brew Up For Bob Mitchell In The Staff Lounge', 1970 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster advertised an event held in the staff lounge at The Glasgow School Of Art in honour of maintenance staff member Bob Mitchell. The poster features a caricature of Bob Mitchell illustrated by Danny Ferguson who was a lecturer at The Glasgow School Of Art.

Although his main duty was maintaining the school's boiler system, Mitchell was also a reliable handy man. He is credited for constructing huge billboards which were errected in front of The Glasgow School Of Art's Newbery Tower to advertise events happening during Activities Week. These various talks and events were advertised on large scale posters, many of which can now be found in The Glasgow School Of Art's poster collection.

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/10
Dimensions: 632 x 520 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers. Both layers use black ink.

Creator(s):

Ferguson, Danny

GSAA/EPH/10/11, (Item) Poster for a film screening at The Glasgow School Of Art showing 'Midnight Cowboy' and 'The Connection', [Apr 1990] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised screenings of the films 'Midnight Cowboy' and 'The Connection' which took place in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre within The Glasgow School Of Art from the 12th of April to the 4th May 1990. Tickets for the event were priced at 30p per screening or £1 for five screenings.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/11
Physical Description: Screen print done in a three layer bleed using light blue, navy and black inks.

Creator(s):

Webster, Chris

GSAA/EPH/10/12, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by Neil Macdonald, [Apr 1982] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by The Glasgow School Of Art graduate Neil Macdonald. Macdonald had recently returned from travelling around Belgium and Italy having been awarded the John David Cargill Travelling Scholarship. The exhibition ran from Wednesday the 21st to Friday the 30th of April 1982 and was held in the Mackintosh building on The Glasgow School Of Art campus.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/12
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers using red and black inks.
Dimensions: 384 x 575 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/13, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art Fashion Show, [Apr 1984] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art fashion show held in the school's Assembly Hall between the 30th April and the 5th May 1984. Tickets for this event were priced at £2 with a discounted price of £1.50 for students, O.A.Ps and the unemployed.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/13
Dimensions: 588 x 422 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers using blue, grey and black inks.

Creator(s):

Smith, Ingeborg

GSAA/EPH/10/14, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Day 17 - Mum Ran Out Of Beans: Art In Exile', [Apr 1987] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by Alison Harper, Margaret Hunter, Mary Maclean and Karen Strang, all previous graduates of The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition featured work produced during the students' postgraduate studies in Norway, Berlin, Holland and Poland. It took place in The Glasgow School of Art's Mackintosh Museum and ran from the 9th to the 30th of May 1987.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/14
Dimensions: 300 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers using blue and red inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/15, (Item) Poster advertising The Glasgow School Of Art Honours degree courses, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the undergraduate BA Honours degree courses offered by The Glasgow School of Art. The poster states that those interested should write to The Glasgow School Of Art registrar for more information.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/15
Dimensions: 597 x 420 mm
Physical Description: [Lithograph print] - two layers of colour in black and beige inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/16, (Item) Poster for a series of talks on 'Materials And Methods Of The Painter', [Oct 1982] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a series of talks held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre between the 25th of October and the 29th November 1982. Five talks were given by Donald Forbes of the Conservation Department and The National Galleries of Scotland. These talks were obligatory for second year drawing and painting students to attend.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/16
Dimensions: 464 x 389 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers using yellow, red, blue and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/17, (Item) Poster advertising the Product Design course at The Glasgow School Of Art, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster advertised the undergraduate BA Honours in Product Design course offered at The Glasgow School of Art. The back of the poster answers a number of questions potential applicants might have had, including: Why Glasgow? Why Glasgow School of Art? What are the aims of the course? Will it appeal to me? What are the career prospects? How can I apply? What entrance qualifications do I need?

The front of the poster states "There has never been a greater need for product design graduates to take up their crucial role in guiding the future prosperity of society, commerce and culture. The Department of Product Design at Glasgow School of Art is well placed to answer this exciting challenge, offering a rich programme which has earned an international reputation for producing versatile, creative designers."

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/17
Dimensions: 595 x 420 mm
Physical Description: [Lithograph print] - front of poster one layer of black ink, back of poster CMYK inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/18, (Item) Poster advertising the Interior Design course at The Glasgow School Of Art, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the Interior Design course offered at The Glasgow School Of Art. The poster details the structure of the course and the vocational opportunities that could be gained with a degree in Interior Design. The poster also stipulates the entry requirements for the course. These were a minimum of 5 SCE passes or 3 at Higher grade, or 5 GCE passes, 2 at A level. It was mandatory that two of the subjects passed were Art and English.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/18
Dimensions: 594 x 420 mm
Physical Description: [Digital print] - double sided print, front of poster one layer of black ink and back of poster CMYK.

Creator(s):

Campbell, Alison

GSAA/EPH/10/19, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of Jewellery and Silversmithing work shown in New York, [Sep 1994] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertises an exhibition of work done by the Jewellery and Silversmithing department at The Glasgow School of Art. The exhibition was held in the Aaron Faber Gallery in New York City and ran from the 8th of September to the 1st of October 1994. It was organised with the help of the Taffners, a family based in New York who donated money to The Glasgow School Of Art for a number of years.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/19
Dimensions: 422 x 298 mm
Physical Description: Photolithography print using one layer of black ink.

Creator(s):

Murray, Jimmy

GSAA/EPH/10/20, (Item) Poster for a performance of 'Tiger At The Gates', [Feb 1965] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a production of the play 'Tiger At The Gates' presented by The Glasgow School Of Art. The play was produced by Gordon M Ross and held at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on the 25th and 26th of February 1965. Tickets for this event were priced at 4/- and 6/-.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/20
Dimensions: 393 x 255 mm
Physical Description: [Screen Print] - two layers of colour in black and orange inks.

Creator(s):

Grant, Christopher

GSAA/EPH/10/21, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art Fashion Show entitled 'Follow This Pattern', [Feb 2005] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the 2005 Glasgow School Of Art Fashion show. The event was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on The Glasgow School Of Art campus with performances running daily from the 1st to the 5th of March. Tickets for the event were priced at £5 with a discounted offer of £3 for concessions.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/21
Dimensions: 420 x 305 mm
Physical Description: Screen print with collage element. The poster features one layer of black ink with collaged pattern section and primary coloured threads stapled onto canvas.
Related Material: Other material relating to the fashion shows can be found at DC 093.

Subject(s):

Fashion shows

GSAA/EPH/10/22, (Item) Poster for film screenings of 'Arabian Nights' and 'Laura' at The Glasgow School Of Art, [Oct 1975] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a film screening of both Pier Paolo Pasolini's 'Arabian Nights' and Otto Preminger's 'Laura' on the 2nd of November 1975. The event was organised by The Glasgow School Of Art's film society and was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre in The Glasgow School Of Art's Mackintosh Building.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/22
Dimensions: 500 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers using yellow and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/23, (Item) Poster for a printmaking degree show at The Glasgow School Of Art, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the work of printmaking graduates in one of The Glasgow School Of Art's degree shows which took place in The Glasgow School Of Art's Mackintosh Building.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/23
Physical Description: Screen print done in five layers using orange, grey, light blue, navy blue and black inks. Three of the layers have a half tone dot.
GSAA/EPH/10/24, (Item) Poster for a textiles exhibition entitled 'New Textiles', [Jun 1986] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by postgraduate textile students at The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition was held in The Glasgow School Of Art's Mackintosh Building from the 14th to the 19th of June 1986.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/24
Physical Description: Screen print using one layer of white ink on black paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/25, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Fury' at The Glasgow School Of Art, [1979] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a screening of Fritz Lang's 'Fury' which was organised by The Glasgow School Of Art Film Society and held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre. The poster was designed by Dennis Crossan who went on to work as a cinematographer.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/25
Dimensions: 522 x 421 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers using red and black inks.

Creator(s):

Crossan, Denis

GSAA/EPH/10/26, (Item) Poster for the sculpture department degree show, [Jun 1984] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised the work of graduating sculpture students which was showcased in The Glasgow School Of Art degree show in 1984. The exhibition was held in The Glasgow School Of Art's Haldane Building from the 14th to the 21st of June.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/26
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink with white, pink, blue and green oil pastel details.
GSAA/EPH/10/27, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of paintings by Jock MacInnes, [Oct 1975] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of paintings by Jock MacInnes, a graduate of The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition was held in the Mackintosh Museum in The Glasgow School of Art's Mackintosh Building from the 27th of October to the– 7th of November 1975.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/27
Dimensions: 640 x 522 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer using grey ink.
GSAA/EPH/10/28, (Item) Poster for the embroidered and woven textiles degree show, [Jun 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the work of graduating embroidered and woven textiles students which was showcased in The Glasgow School Of Art degree show from the 14th to the 19th of June 1985. It was held in the Newbery Tower which housed the design departments within The Glasgow School Of Art before it was later replaced by the Reid Building.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/28
Dimensions: 618 x 423 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers using white, blue, green and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/29, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Good: A Celebration Of Graphic Design', [Nov 1990] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of graphic design work which was held in the Mackintosh Museum within The Glasgow School Of Art from the 1st –to the 15th of December 1990.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/29
Dimensions: 421 x 413 mm
Physical Description: Digital print.
GSAA/EPH/10/30, (Item) Poster for a performance by George Melly and The John Chilton's Feetwarmers, [Feb 1992] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a performance of jazz music by George Melly and The John Chilton's Feetwarmers held at Bourdon Hall within The Glasgow School Of Art on the 3rd of March 1992. Tickets for the event were priced at £3 and could be purchased from the registrar's office and at Wylie's bookshop. George Melly was a successful jazz musician, performer and lecturer.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/30
Dimensions: 450 x 320 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink with photocopied photographs collaged on top.
GSAA/EPH/10/31, (Item) Poster for a performance of 'Alice In Wonderland' at The Glasgow School Of Art, [Mar 1968] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised an experimental dramatisation and adaptation of Alice In Wonderland written by Malcolm Lochhead and Joan Palmer. Performances were held in The Glasgow School Of Art's lecture theatre and ran from the 11th to the 15th of March 1968. Tickets were priced at £6 with a discounted price of £3 for concessions.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/31
Dimensions: 502 x 391 mm
Physical Description: Photolithograph print using one layer of black ink on paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/32, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'The Return of Odysseus', [Sept 1984] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by Barry Atherton which was held in The Glasgow School Of Art's Mackintosh Museum from the 10th to the– 28th of September 1984. Atherton had previously been a first year fine art lecturer from 1974 to 1975. The reverse of the poster is annotated and says "Ian Monie - Library".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/32
Related Material: Duplicate of poster GSAA/EPH/10/78.
Dimensions: 299 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of black ink. One layer is done with half-dot.
GSAA/EPH/10/33, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by fine art students at The Glasgow School Of Art, [Jan 1987] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition that was to be the first of a number of annual exhibitions showcasing the work of students from the School Of Fine Art. The exhibition was held in The Mackintosh Museum and ran from the 30th of January to the 7th of February 1987. The poster was designed by John Shankie who would later become a technician for the masters of fine art course. There are two copies of this poster in the collection, both with the same reference number.
Extent: 2 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/33
Dimensions: 594 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Photocopy print done in one layer of black ink. One copy of the poster has a tear on the bottom left hand corner.

Creator(s):

Shankie, John

GSAA/EPH/10/34, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by John O'Connor, [Jan 1977] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised two exhibitions happening coherently at The Glasgow School Of Art in early 1977. The main feature was an exhibition of work by John O'Connor which was held in the Mackintosh Museum and featured pieces in a variety of mediums including drawing, painting, wood-engraving, graphics and illustration. O'Connor spent a brief period lecturing at The Glasgow School Of Art in the graphic design department from 1978 to 1979. The second exhibition was entitled 'The National Book League Exhibition Of Book Design and Production' and was held in the Mackintosh Library. A duplicate of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/193.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/34
Dimensions: 634 x 437 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers using grey, brown and black inks.
Related Material: Duplicate of GSAA/EPH/10/193
GSAA/EPH/10/35, (Item) Poster for the MA Design degree show, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised one of the masters of design end of year degree shows. The exhibition was held in the Mackintosh Building on The Glasgow School Of Art campus.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/35
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer using brown ink on paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/36, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Framed', [Dec 1979] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of photographs by Douglas Bryce, Dennis Crossan, Jack Fordy, Ray McKenzie, Libby Urquhart and Chris Webster who were all associated with The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition was held at Hallibees Cafe Cabaret in Ruthven Lane in Glasgow from the 4th to the 20th of January 1979. The poster is annotated on the back with "Douglas R. Bryce, Graphics '79".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/36
Physical Description: Photolithograph using two layers of colour in red and black inks.

Subject(s):

Crossan, Denis - Fordy, Jack - Webster, Chris

GSAA/EPH/10/37, (Item) Poster for a talk entitled 'Landscape Photography' given by Thomas Joshua Cooper, [Oct 1993] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture by Thomas Joshua Cooper which was organised by The Glasgow School Of Art's graphic design department. Cooper works at The Glasgow School Of Art as head of fine art photography and is regarded as an authoritative figure in his field. The talk was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre within The Glasgow School Of Art on Friday the 29th of October 1993.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/37
Dimensions: 609 x 360 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers in gradients of grey to black on white cartridge paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/38, (Item) Posters for an exhibition entitled 'Design Work '85', [Jan 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: These posters advertised an exhibition of work by past and present students from the School Of Design and the Mackintosh School Of Architecture at The Glasgow School Of Art. Dominating both posters is a quote from John Kenneth Galbraith who was a prominent economist during this period. The quote states "It is on the artistic not less than on the engineering and scientific excellence that economic security and economic progress now depend," The exhibition was held between The Mackintosh Museum on The Glasgow School Of Art Campus and Kelvingrove Art Gallery And Museum and ran from the 9th of February to the 1st of March 1985.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/38
Dimensions: 588 x 322 mm
Physical Description: Screen prints all done in two layers. The grey copy uses grey and black inks and the red copies use red and black inks.
Related Material: Three copies of this poster exist in The Glasgow School Of Art poster collection. Two under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/74 and one under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/38.

Creator(s):

Grant, Christopher

GSAA/EPH/10/39, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Another View', [Jan 1979] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of photographs from The Glasgow School of Art that were shown in the Collins Exhibition Hall at Strathclyde University from the 23rd of January to the– 14th of February 1979.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/39
Dimensions: 445 x 346 mm
Physical Description: Photo lithograph done in two layers of colour using blue and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/40, (Item) Poster for a lecture entitled 'The Art of Julia Margaret Cameron: 1815 - 1879', [Apr 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster promotes a lecture by Dr Mike Weaver who was a reader in American literature from the University of Oxford. The event was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art on the 1st May 1985. The poster shows an image by Julia Margaret Cameron entitled "The Kiss of Peace 1869".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/40
Physical Description: [Lithograph] - one layer of black ink with half-dot detail.
GSAA/EPH/10/41, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Saying it with Clay!', [Oct 1990] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description:

This poster advertised an exhibition held in The Mackintosh Museum at The Glasgow School Of Art that showcased the work of graduating ceramics students from across Britain. The back of the poster lists exhibiting students along with details of where they studied.

The exhibiting graduates included:

- Jane Frankland: Manchester Polytechnic

- Liz Astbury: Wolverhampton Polytechnic

- Nicola Marrison: Crewe Alsager College Of Higher Education

- Maria Lindemann: Central St. Martins College of Art And Design

- Mark Hailley: Loughborough College of Art And Design

- Madeleine Child: Camberwell School Of Art

- Susan Wade-French: Glasgow School Of Art

- Rob Richard: Bristol Polytechnic

- Julian Smith: South Glamorgan Institute Of Higher Education

- Zoe Whiteside: Staffordshire Polytechnic

- Helen Hitchcock: Leicester Polytechnic

- John Alliston: South Glamorgan Institute Of Higher Education

- Susan Ross: Duncan of Jordanstone College Of Art And Design

- Michael Green: Bath College Of Higher Education

- Dale Butroid: Bristol Polytechnic

- Michael O'Connor: Goldsmiths' College

- Susan Room: Middlesex Polytechnic

- Marie Bonlokke: Pederson Royal College Of Art

- Bryony Seymour: Staffordshire Polytechnic

- Brigitte Winsor: Birmingham Polytechnic

- Philomena Pretsell: Edinburgh College Of Art

- Frankie McKenna: Grays School Of Art

The exhibition ran on the 6th and 7th of October 1990 and was funded by Potterycraft Ltd and The Glasgow District Council's Festival Budget for The Glasgow 1990 Culture Capital of Europe.

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/41
Dimensions: 595 x 420 mm
Physical Description: [Lithograph print] - one layer of black ink on both sides of the poster.
GSAA/EPH/10/42, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Thomas Joshua Cooper: Photographs 1970-1982 and Selected Inspirations', [Nov 1982] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of photographs by Thomas Joshua Cooper. The exhibition was held in The Mackintosh Museum at The Glasgow School Of Art from the 23rd of November to the– 3rd of December 1982 and included work by Cooper made between 1970 and 1982. The exhibition also marked the beginning of Cooper's career as a photography lecturer at The Glasgow School Of Art.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/42
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using beige and black inks with a halftone dot image in black.
GSAA/EPH/10/43, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Glasgow Girls', [Jul 1988] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition showcasing the work of The Glasgow Girls held in The Mackintosh Museum at The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition ran from the 15th of July to the 31st of August 1988 and was the precursor for a larger Glasgow Girls exhibition that would be shown two years later. This particular exhibition was curated by Jude Burkhauser who went on to write a full PhD on The Glasgow Girls.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/43
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using purple and navy inks. The purple layer is printed in half-dot.
Dimensions: 660 x 425 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/44, (Item) Poster for the embroidered and woven textiles degree show, [Jun 1987] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the work of graduating students from The Glasgow School Of Art's embroidered and woven textiles department which was exhibited at the 1987 degree show. The exhibition ran from the 13th to the 18th of June and was held between The Glasgow School Of Art's Mackintosh Building and Newbery Tower.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/44
Dimensions: 640 x 450 mm
Physical Description: [Screen Print] - two layers of colour both green and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/45, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'The Royal Society For The Encouragement Of Arts', [Sep 1987] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition organised by The Royal Society For The Encouragement Of Art Manufactures and Commerce that was held in The Mackintosh Museum at The Glasgow School Of Art from the 5th to the 16th of October 1987. The poster was designed by The Small Back Room and was printed by APT Photoset Limited using an offset printing press.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/45
Dimensions: 594 x 408 mm
Physical Description: [Lithograph print] - five layers of colour in yellow, green, mint, pink and red inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/46, (Item) Poster for issue 11 of the Mackintosh School of Architecture magazine, [Late 20th century] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the publication of issue 11 of the Mackintosh School of Architecture magazine. The front of the poster features an illustration which was probably produced by Ingebjorg Smith while the reverse shows a number of architectural drawings. These include drawings for a refurbishment of the Glasgow Fish Market by Stephen Elliot as well as set design drawings for The Glasgow School Of Art Fashion Show by Adam Bell, Lucy Vaughan and Peter McIlhenny.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/46
Dimensions: 430 x 640 mm
Physical Description: [Digital Print in colour.]
GSAA/EPH/10/47, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'An Exhibition of Sculpture in the Home', [Nov 1953] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition organised by The Arts Council Scottish Committee that focused on sculpture in the home. The exhibition was held at The Glasgow School of Art and ran from the 17th of November to the 5th of December 1953.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/47
Dimensions: 190 x 515 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers of colour using yellow, blue and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/48, (Item) Poster advertising a series of film screenings at The Glasgow School Of Art, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a series of films that were shown in The Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art. Screening were documentaries about artists including Mackintosh, Rousseau, Klee, McLaren, Giacometti, Kinetics, Hamilton, Paolozzi, Jones, Kitaj, Bosch and Spencer as well as a film entitled 'A Short Vision'. The poster has been divided into three sections and is referenced as GSAA/EPH10/48 1/3, 2/3 and 3/3. Each section uses a variety of screen printing techniques.
Extent: 3 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/48
Dimensions: 1/3: 491 x 516 mm; 2/3: 983 x 519 mm; 3/3: 984 x 513 mm

Physical Description: 1/3: screenprint using two layers of colour in black and red ink.

2/3: screenprint CMYK inks using both drawn elements and half dot images.

3/3: screenprint using four layers of CMYK inks.

GSAA/EPH/10/49, (Item) Poster for a talk by John Siddeley entitled "Design For Living", [Feb 1977] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a talk given by interior designer John Siddeley at The Glasgow School Of Art on the 24th of February 1977. Siddeley's notable commissions include the redecoration of the Swedish Embassy, the design of the Harlequin Suite at the Dorchester Hotel and the Park Lane Hotel in Piccadilly.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/49
Dimensions: 1017 x 761 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers of colour using yellow, green and black inks on white paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/50, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art fashion show, [Feb 1980] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art's fashion show which ran from the 11th to the– 15th of March 1980. Tickets were priced at £1.50 and were available from the registrar's office.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/50
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers using pink, green and maroon inks.
Related Material: Other material relating to the fashion shows can be found at DC 093.

Creator(s):

Band, David

Subject(s):

Fashion shows

GSAA/EPH/10/51, (Item) Poster for a ceilidh, [Feb 1972] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a ceilidh that was held in the Haldane Hall on the 19th of February 1972 as part of The Glasgow School Of Art's activities week. Activities week was an annual programme of talks, film screenings and social events that ran from 1971 to 1985. Playing at the ceilidh were a number of notable Scottish folk musicians including Cliff Hanley, Billy Connolly, Robin Hall, Jimmy McGregor and Charlie Williamson. An image of this poster can be found in the 1973 Glasgow School Of Art prospectus on page 21.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/51
Dimensions: 1104 x 750 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers using blue and black inks with sections of painted watercolour.
GSAA/EPH/10/52, (Item) Poster for a talk by Martin Dalby, [Feb 1974] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a talk given by Scottish composer Martin Dalby. Dalby came to The Glasgow School Of Art on Thursday the 21st of February 1974 to discuss composing in the 1970s. The talk was held in The Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/52
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers using blue and black inks.
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/20/134.
Dimensions: 984 x 732 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/53, (Item) Poster advertising the MA Design course at The Glasgow School Of Art, 1984 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the masters course in design offered by The Glasgow School of Art in the mid 1980s. The poster details the objectives and benefits of studying for a postgraduate qualification at The Glasgow School Of Art, including the multidisciplinary opportunities available, the different course options, the Mackintosh legacy and the Glasgow style. The design of the poster suggests it could also have been used as a promotional leaflet. This particular copy has an Irn Bru sticker attached to it that dates back to the 1980s.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/53
Dimensions: 296 x 416 mm
Physical Description: Digital print using black ink.
GSAA/EPH/10/54, (Item) Poster for a Christmas dance entitled 'Meet the Mob', [Late 20th century] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a Christmas dance arranged by the drawing and painting department, the title of which was "Meet the Mob". Tickets were priced at £3.50 and the evening included a big band and a buffet.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/54
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer using black ink.
Physical Description: Screen print - one layer of black ink.
GSAA/EPH/10/55, (Item) Poster for a talk by Dr. L.A. Sayce, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a talk given by the physicist Dr. L.A. Sayce which was held at the National Engineering Lab in East Kilbride. The discussion focused on laser power and a demonstration followed.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/55
Dimensions: 1005 x 755 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using red and black inks. The poster also features gouache painted sections in yellow, orange and purple.
Physical Description: Screenprint- two layers of printed colour in red and black, with gouache painted sections in purple, yellow and orange.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/56, (Item) Poster for a symposium entitled 'Glasgow Plus Or Minus?', [Feb 1976] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a symposium lecture that looked at the positive and negative aspects of living and working in Glasgow. The lecture was held in the Haldane Building at The Glasgow School Of Art on the 20th of February 1976.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/56
Physical Description: Screen print done in a five colour separation on card.
Dimensions: 1020 x 760 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/57, (Item) Poster for a farewell dinner for Kath Whyte, [May 1974] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a farewell dinner held for the retirement of Kath Whyte. Whyte taught in The Glasgow School of Art's textile department from 1949 to 1974 and was highly regarded for her work in embroidery and weave.The event took place in the Newbery Tower on the 12th of June 1974. The poster was designed and printed by Robert Stewart who produced a number of the posters in The Glasgow School Of Art's poster collection. Stewart was acting Head Of Design in 1974.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/57
Dimensions: 1020 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in seven layers of colour on white paper.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/58, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art fashion show, [Apr 1978] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a Glasgow School Of Art fashion show that ran from the 24th to the 29th April 1978. Tickets for this event were priced at £1 and could be purchased from the registrar's office at The Glasgow School Of Art as well as The Design Centre on St Vincent Street. This particular print is number five of ten editions.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/58
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers using red and black inks.
Dimensions: 992 x 594 mm

Creator(s):

Wilson, Colin

GSAA/EPH/10/59, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of embroidery work from 1894 to 1920, [Apr 1980] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster, designed by Pat MacKenzie, advertised an exhibition of embroidery examples from 1894 to 1920. The exhibition was held between The Glasgow School Of Art's Mackintosh Museum and Kelvingrove Museum from the 6th of June to the 17th of August 1980. The image used on the front of the poster is an embroidery piece by Ann Macbeth who became the head of needlework and embroidery at The Glasgow School of Art in 1909, and is heavily associated with the "Glasgow Style".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/59
Physical Description: Colour digital print.
Dimensions: 593 x 420 mm

Creator(s):

Mackenzie, Pat

GSAA/EPH/10/60, (Item) Poster for the embroidered and woven textiles degree show, [Jun 1994] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the work of graduating students from the embroidered and woven textiles department who were exhibiting as part of The Glasgow School Of Art degree show in 1994. The exhibition was held in the Newbery Gallery in the Newbery Tower at The Glasgow School Of Art where the textiles department was based at that time. It was open from the 25th of June to the 1st July 1994.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/60
Dimensions: 420 x 285 mm
Physical Description: Digital print using coloured inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/61, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Points of Departure', [1999] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition associated with Scotrail and The Glasgow School Of Art Enterprises. It featured work created on location at railways across Scotland by visual communications students at The Glasgow School Of Art and was organised to celebrate the Railtracks Station Regeneration project. The poster was designed by Patrick Macklin who later became the head of Interior Design at The Glasgow School Of Art.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/61
Dimensions: 1020 x 635 mm
Physical Description: Colour print.

Creator(s):

Macklin, Patrick

GSAA/EPH/10/62, (Item) Poster advertising The Glasgow School of Art, [1990] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School of Art with contact details provided.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/62
Dimensions: 840 x 595 mm
Physical Description: Digital print using coloured inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/63, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Assorted: A Show Of Mixed Design Disciplines', [Nov 1995] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition showcasing a number of design disciplines from the Masters in Design course. This exhibition was first shown in Princes Square in Glasgow city centre before travelling to the Coningsby Gallery in London. The exhibition was sponsored by McVitie's biscuits and The Jacob's Bakery Ltd.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/63
Dimensions: 594 x 420 mm
Physical Description: [Lithograph print] -  in CMYK inks.

Creator(s):

Fitzpatrick, Janice

GSAA/EPH/10/64, (Item) Poster for Summer School Classes at The Glasgow School Of Art, [Mar 1994] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description:

This poster advertised a number of summer school classes in different diciplines that were on offer at The Glasgow School Of Art in the summer of 1994. The back of the poster features a detailed description of each class as well as the names of The Glasgow School Of Art tutors running them and the booking information. Classes included sculpture, calligraphy, spinning, jewellery, silversmithing, desktop publishing, photography, machine embroidery, stained glass, dyeing and weaving, portfolio preparation, drawing and painting, fashion and society and Russian soviet art and design.

The tutors listed on the poster are:

- Jane Allen

- Linsay Barr

- Helen Barrett

- Odet Beauvoisin

- Jilli Blackwood

- Cliff Bowen

- Alan Bullas

- Thomas Joshua Cooper

- Jack Cunningham

- Midge Gourlay

- Louise Hopkins

- Ian Johnston

- Vaughan Judge

- Eilidh Keith

- Peter McGuinness

- Roger Millar

- Alexander Moffat

- Catherine Mooney

- Steve Mulrine

- Jimmy Murray

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/64
Dimensions: 600 x 380 mm
Physical Description: Colour print.
GSAA/EPH/10/65, (Item) Poster for a series of talks with the tagline 'Turning Design Into Money', [Jan 1994] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster advertised a series of lectures that took place in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art from the 19th of January to the 9th of March 1994. These lectures were part of the Enterprise In Higher Education Business Awareness Programme.

There were six lectures in total including:

- Intellectual Property and Copyright: Caroline Sincock (Murgitroyd and Company)

- The Applied Arts - Some Case Histories: Barclay Price (Crafts Council)

- The Business of Design: Joe Hall (Blue Peach)

- Corporate Culture: Jane Priestman (BAA, BR)

- Making Design Work: Raymon Turner (BAA, Gatwick, Kilkenny, Wolff Olins, London Transport)

- Getting Started: Janice Kirkpatrick (Graven Images)

The front of the poster has an annotation which reads "Dugald: Professional practice talks you asked about! (poster is done by us too) - Mike H."

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/65
Dimensions: 586 x 418 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers of colour using red, brown and black inks.

Creator(s):

Hall, Joe - Healey, Michael

GSAA/EPH/10/66, (Item) Poster for the graphic design with illustration and photography degree show, [Jun 1994] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by graduating students from the graphic design with illustration and photography department which was exhibited as part of The Glasgow School Of Art degree show in 1994. The exhibition was held in the Foulis building at The Glasgow School Of Art from the 25th of June to the 1st of July. The image used on the poster was an illustration by Helen Stephens and the typography was created by Marie There Cassidy and Nadine Lewis, all of whom graduated in 1994.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/66
Dimensions: 640 x 450 mm
Physical Description: [Lithography print]
GSAA/EPH/10/67, (Item) Poster advertising the 'New Master Of Design Course', [1984] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster promoted the new one year long Master of Design course offered at The Glasgow School Of Art. The course offered a variety of creative disciplines including ceramics, embroidered textiles, graphic design with illustration and photography, interior design, printed and knitted textiles, product design and silversmithing and jewellery. It ran from January to December and was split into four terms of study with each student's programme tailored to their statement of intent.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/67
Dimensions: 638 x 450 mm
Physical Description: Probably a screen print done in three layers of colour using cream, red and navy inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/68, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Design A Cassina', [Feb 1984] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster advertised an exhibition held in Milan in 1984 which showcased design work by students from The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition was held in collaboration with Cassina, a world renowned Italian manufacturing company that often reproduce famous design pieces including Mackintosh furniture. The exhibition included ceramics, embroidery, furniture design, industrial products, graphic design, illustration, silversmithing and jewellery. It took place under the patronage of the British Consulate General in Milan and was also supported by a number of other bodies including The British Council, Sir Hugh Fraser, IBM, Clydesdale Bank PLC, Radio Clyde, Wm Teacher and Sons Ltd, Scottish Development agency, MS Macfarlane Trust, COF Refrigerators, Nardini Ltd and the Governors Of The Glasgow School of Art. The poster was designed by Gordon Huntly and printed by Fraser Ross and Ken Wade in the Foulis building at The Glasgow School Of Art. The reverse side catalogues a list of the exhibited items along with with the names of the designers which are listed below.

Ceramics

- Helen Kemp

- Carol Esson

- Sandra Oakes

- Catriona Houston

- Raymond Evangelista

- Eleanor Barttleman

- Mark Stanczyk

- David Norman

- Irene Bell

- William McLaughlan

- David Gray

Embroidered and Woven Textiles:

- Elaine Wilson

- Claire Neil

- Lindy Richardson

- June Lillico

- Fiona Knight

- Karen Borland

Furniture, Interior and Product Design:

- Fiona Jean Paton

- David Wilson

- Douglas Clerk

- David Robson

- Helena McGuinness

- Paul Anderson

- Alistair Brown

- Andy Park

- Una Fagan

- Mike Osborne

- Rosalind Duncan

- Jonathan Parlett

- Alan Cowling

- Lim Ho Guan

- Marissa Parker

- Alan Cowling

- Jackie Park

- Heather Thomson

- Gareth C Hughes

Graphic Design and Illustration:

- Ingebjorg Smith

- Alan Morrison

- Alasdair Robertson

- Lesley Raeside

- Edward Carden

- Susan Scott

- Fraser Maclean

- Duncan Smith

- Catriona Miller

- Karen Watt

- Fiona McSporran

- Fiona Campbell

- Gregor Cox

- Thomas Campbell

- Don McPherson

- Frank Connolly

- Michael Healey

- Joanna Isles

- Robin Ward

- Remo Avella

- Linda Robertson

- Kenny Mclellan

- Wallace Murdoch

- Caroline Parerson

- Stephanie Roberts

- Sandy Christie

- Shirley Clark

- Melanie Robertson

Silversmithing and Jewellery:

- James McDougall

- Helen Marriot

- Shiela McDonald

- Linda McCafferty

- Alison Welsh

- Mary Thomson

- Roger Drew

- Keryn Evelyn

- Euan Smith

- Irene Halliday

- Elizabeth Halston

- Gillian Simon

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/68
Dimensions: 592 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Offset lithograph print using one layer of black ink on green paper.

Subject(s):

McLellan, Kenneth

GSAA/EPH/10/69, (Item) Poster for the Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival, [May 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition showcasing the work of second year painting and printmaking students from The Glasgow School Of Art. The show was held at the Gracefield Arts Centre from the 25th of May to the 9th of June 1985 and ran concurrently with the 6th Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/69
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of colour using yellow, pink, blue and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/70, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of drawings by Danny Ferguson entitled The Bored of Studies, c1970 Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of drawings by Danny Ferguson who was a lecturer at The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition was held in the Newbery Lounge in the Newbery Tower at The Glasgow School Of Art.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/70
Dimensions: 1000 x 700 mm
Physical Description: Black and white print.

Creator(s):

Ferguson, Danny

GSAA/EPH/10/71, (Item) Poster for a talk by Con Higgins, [Feb 1975] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a talk given by the mountaineer Con Higgins about his experiences at The Glasgow School Of Art. Higgins is known for tackling difficult climbs and was recognised as one of the first people to climb the 'Albatross' side of Ben Nevis in 1978.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/71
Physical Description: Screen print done in five layers of colour on white paper.
Dimensions: 1008 x 750 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/72, (Item) Poster for an exhibition and artist talk by Patrick Heron, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition and series of talks by painter and designer Patrick Heron. The exhibition was held in the Newbery Lounge and the talks in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre which were both on The Glasgow School Of Art campus.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/72
Physical Description: Screen print done in five layers of colour using red, green, purple, blue and brown inks.
Dimensions: 825 x 585 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/73, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Louis Hellman, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture by architect and illustrator Louis Hellman. Hellman is known for his satirical illustrations which comment on current architectural trends. The lecture was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre in the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School Of Art. It was advertised as 'An illustrated talk on architecture and cartoons'.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/73
Alternate Format: A duplicate of this poster without the layer of pink ink can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/210.
Dimensions: 1112 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of colour using grey, pink, red and maroon inks on paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/74, (Item) Posters for an exhibition entitled 'Design Work '85', [Jan 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: These posters advertised an exhibition of work by both past and present students from the School of Design and the Mackintosh School of Architecture at The Glasgow School Of Art. They feature a quote from John Kenneth Galbraith who was a prominent economist during this period. He stated "It is on the artistic not less than on the engineering and scientific excellence that economic security and economic progress now depend," The exhibition was held between Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the Mackintosh Museum at The Glasgow School Of Art. It ran from the 9th of February to the 1st of March 1985.
Extent: 2 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/74
Related Material: Three copies of this poster exist in The Glasgow School Of Art poster collection. Two under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/74 and one under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/38.
Dimensions: 588 x 322 mm
Physical Description: Both posters are screen prints done in two layers. One uses grey and black inks and the other uses red and black inks.

Creator(s):

Grant, Christopher

GSAA/EPH/10/75, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Another Island', [Sep 2003] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of photographic prints by photographer Andy Stark, who is currently the head of photography in the communication design department at The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition was held in the Podium Gallery in the Bourdon Building at The Glasgow School Of Art between the 6th and the 27th of October 2003. The poster was designed by Vanilla Design.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/75
Dimensions: 371 x 475 mm
Physical Description: Digital print in sepia tones.
GSAA/EPH/10/76, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art Cassina exhibition in Milan, [Feb 1984] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster advertised an exhibtion which showcased the work of design students from The Glasgow School Of Art in the Cassina Gallery in Milan. The exhibition took place as a result of the connections between Cassina Design in Italy and The Glasgow School Of Art. The poster was designed by Gordon Huntly who was the head of graphic design at The Glasgow School Of Art at that time. It was printed in the Foulis Building on an offset lithography printing press.

The information on the poster translates as:

"Design from Glasgow School Of Art: Cassina in Milan, March 23rd to April 6th. Ceramics. Embroidery and fabrics. Design for furniture, furnishings and industrial products. Jewelery and Silverware. Art Graphics, Illustration. Printed Fabrics".

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/76
Dimensions: 840 x 591 mm
Physical Description: Lithograph done in twelve layers of colour on white paper. There is a small tear on the top right hand corner.

Creator(s):

Huntly, Gordon F

GSAA/EPH/10/77, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art degree show, [Jun 1988] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster advertised an exhibition of work by graduating fine art students included in The Glasgow School Of Art degree show in 1988. The exhibition showcased work by students studying environmental art, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture and was held in the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School Of Art from the 18th to the 23rd of June. The image on the poster is a photograph taken by previous lecturer Vaughan Judge and shows the exhibiting students sitting on the steps of the Mackintosh Building. A key naming most of the students can be found alongside the poster under the same reference number. The list was compiled with the help of Eddie Stewart who was a former student at The Glasgow School Of Art who then became a tutor in painting and printmaking. Stewart graduated with an undergraduate degree in drawing and painting in 1988 and is included in the photograph on this poster. He then went on to do a Masters in 1990. The poster was designed by The Glasgow School Of Art and printed at David J Clark Limited.

Names of students in the photograph:

- Leslie Anderson

- Suzanne Appleford

- Shona Barr

- David Burns

- Christine Campbell

- Alan Connell

- Alex Dempster

- Graham Fagan

- Andrew Fitzpatrick

- Jean Gavin

- Douglas Gordon

- Janice Gray

- Simon Greer

- Fiona Gurley

- Janice Hunter

- Fiona Leitch

- David Lang

- Richard Learoyd

- Jeff MacDonald

- Alison Mate

- Anne McKay

- Grant McTavish

- Ann Morrison

- William Mulraney

- Murial Patterson

- Craig Richardson

- Julie Roberts

- Ann Russell

- John Shankie

- Andrew Sneddon

- Eddie Stewart

- Pamela Topping

- Cathy Wilkes

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/77
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/199.
Dimensions: 595 x 420 mm
Physical Description: [Lithograph Print] - one layer of black ink.

Creator(s):

Judge, Vaughan

GSAA/EPH/10/78, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'The Return of Odysseus', [Sep 1984] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by Barry Atherton which was held in The Glasgow School Of Art Mackintosh Museum from the 10th to the 28th of September 1984. Atherton had previously been a lecturer in first year fine art from 1974 until 1975. The reverse of the poster has been annotated with "Ian Monie - library". This item has two tears on the left hand corner.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/78
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/32.
Dimensions: 299 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one half dot and one standard layer using black ink.
GSAA/EPH/10/79, (Item) Poster for The Vic Bar opening times, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster advertised the opening times of The Glasgow School Of Art student union, which is often referred to as The Vic Bar. The bar continues to be a large part of The Glasgow School Of Art community with a number of club nights, concerts and exhibitions being held there. The poster reads:

"In the beginning there was darkness, and much dryness of many throats. Until a voice from the void said let there be cheap drink and the sound of many feet bopping it out on the floor. It gave us seven weeks to accomplish this task.

Out from the depths came the chosen ones who stripped and screwed until on the seventh week came!!! A place of greatness. The hip, the hop, the thee place to be THE VIC.

Hours of boozing service 11am - 2.30pm, 5pm - 11pm, with a licence to kill at the weekends - till 2.00am."

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/79
Dimensions: 480 x 600 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer using blue ink.
GSAA/EPH/10/80, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art Drama Society production of 'Under Milk Wood', [Apr 1980] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a production of Dylan Thomas's play 'Under Milk Wood' by The Glasgow School Of Art Drama Society. The production ran from the 23rd to the 26th of April in the Bourdon Building on The Glasgow School Of Art campus. Tickets were priced at £1 and could be purchased from The Ticket Centre in Candleriggs or from The Glasgow School Of Art's Students Representational Council Office.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/80
Dimensions: 597 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer using brown ink on cream paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/81, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by fine art postgraduates, [Jun 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by postgraduate fine art students in 1985. The exhibition was held in the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School Of Art and included work by students studying drawing and painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and stained glass. The exhibition ran from the 14th to the 20th of June and the image on the poster shows exhibiting students. The photograph was taken by H. Kerr and was printed at David J. Clark Limited. The reverse of the poster is annotated with "Photo by Harry Kerr, Graphics".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/81
Dimensions: 595 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Lithograph print using one layer of black ink with a half dot image.
Related Material: A duplicate copy of this poster can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/200.

Creator(s):

Kerr, Harry

GSAA/EPH/10/82, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Dynamite Chicken', [Oct 1978] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a screening of Ernest Pintoff''s film Dynamite Chicken at The Glasgow School Of Art. The event was organised by The Glasgow School Of Art Film Society who organised many film screenings around this time period in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre. Tickets for this event cost 30 pence. The reverse of the poster is annotated with "Chris Webster Graphics '78".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/82
Dimensions: 696 x 495 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers of colour in red, navy and black inks. The black layer uses a half dot image.

Creator(s):

Webster, Chris

GSAA/EPH/10/83, (Item) Poster for a screening of 'Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia', [Apr 1979] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a screening of Sam Peckinpah's 1974 film 'Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia', and Kevin Brownlow and Andrew Mollo's 1966 film 'It Happened Here'. The event was organised by The Glasgow School Of Art Film Society and was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on The Glasgow School Of Art campus on the 3rd of May. The reverse of the poster is annotated with "Chris Webster Graphics 1979".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/83
Dimensions: 410 x 596 mm
Physical Description: [Screen print] - two layers of ink in both black and red ink.

Creator(s):

Webster, Chris

GSAA/EPH/10/84, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia', [Apr 1979] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a screening of Sam Peckinpah's 1974 film 'Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia'. The screening was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on The Glasgow School Of Art campus with tickets priced at 30 pence. Also showing that night was Kevin Brownlow and Andrew Mollo's 1934 film 'It Happened Here'. The reverse of the poster is annotated with "Colin Carruthers Graphics '79". There is another poster advertising this event in The Glasgow School Of Art poster collection under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/83.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/84
Dimensions: 446 x 636 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink on pink paper.

Subject(s):

Carruthers, Colin

GSAA/EPH/10/85, (Item) Poster for the Master of Design degree show entitled 'Formal Facts: Form Follows Function', [Dec 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art Master of Design degree show in 1985. The exhibition ran from the 7th to the 13th of December and was held in the Mackintosh Building on The Glasgow School Of Art campus. Exhibitors included Willie Aitken, Janice Kirkpatrick, Adele Patrick, Heather McMurchie, Gary Morgan and Iain Roberts. Janice Kirkpatrick went on to found Glasgow based design consultancy Graven Images.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/85
Dimensions: 590 x 418 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using red and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/86, (Item) Poster for the Master of Fine Art degree show, [Jun 1984] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by students graduating from the Master of Fine Art course as part of The Glasgow School Of Art's 1984 degree show. The image used on the poster was photographed by Jim Oakes and shows the exhibiting students standing on the fire escape steps of the JD Kelly building at The Glasgow School Of Art. The poster was designed at The Glasgow School Of Art and printed by David J Clark Limited. The exhibition ran from the 15th to the 21st of June.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/86
Physical Description: [Lithograph print] - one layer of black ink.
GSAA/EPH/10/87, (Item) Poster for the furniture, interior and product design degree show, [Jun 1984] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the work of graduating furniture, interior and product design students as part of the 1984 degree show at The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition ran from the 15th to the 21st of June and was held in the Newbery Lounge in the Newbery Tower on The Glasgow School Of Art campus. The poster is illustrated with a drawing of the Newbery Lounge from the vantage point of the Mackintosh Building.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/87
Dimensions: 590 x 418 mm
Physical Description: [Screen print] - two layers of colour in green and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/88, (Item) Poster for the murals and stained glass degree show, [Jun 1983] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the work of graduating students from the murals and stained glass department which was exhibited as part of The Glasgow School Of Art Degree Show in 1983. The exhibition ran from the 14th to the 21st of June and was held in the Mackintosh Building on The Glasgow School Of Art Campus. The murals and stained glass department later went on to become the sculpture and environmental art department in 1985.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/88
Dimensions: 590 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink.
GSAA/EPH/10/89, (Item) Poster for the Master of Design degree show, [Apr 1983] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the work of graduating students from the Master of Design course which was part of The Glasgow School Of Art graduate degree show in 1983. The exhibition was held in the Mackintosh Building on The Glasgow School Of Art campus from the 10th to the 16th of December. The style of this poster is similar to that of a poster for the Master of Design fashion show which was designed by illustrator Ingeborg Smith and can be found under the reference number GSA/EPH/10/13.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/89
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of colour using beige, orange, blue and black inks.
Dimensions: 589 x 420 mm

Creator(s):

Smith, Ingeborg

GSAA/EPH/10/90, (Item) Poster for a graphic design summer show entitled 'It's Hot Stuff', [Jun 1986] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work done by students on the graphic design course at The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition ran from the 13th to the 19th of June. The illustration for the poster was done by Karen Watt whose work featured in this exhibition. A number of students and staff associated with the graphic design department at The Glasgow School Of Art are featured in her illustration. Karen sits in the centre of the poster eating an ice cream. Mary Asiedu can be seen central left sitting in a car speaking to Brian Cairns. Head of department Mike Healey is measuring the typography in the sand and Tony Jones who was the director of The Glasgow School Of Art at this time is represented in the sun.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/90
Dimensions: 482 x 456 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in ten layers of ink on white cartridge paper.

Creator(s):

Watt, Karen

GSAA/EPH/10/91, (Item) Poster for a talk by David Gentleman entitled 'The Kite And The String', c1970 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by the London based illustrator David Gentleman. It was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on The Glasgow School Of Art campus and was a Gordon Huntly and Kit Grant Memorial Lecture.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/91
Dimensions: 588 x 412 mm
Physical Description: [Screen print] - five layers of colour in yellow, blue, grey and red inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/92, (Item) Poster for a series of lectures collectively titled 'Life After Art School: Dealing With The Hard Facts Of Survival After Graduation', [Feb 1992] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a series of lectures that were held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on the 18th of February. The talks provided students with advice about life after graduation.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/92
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers of colour using red, blue and black inks.
Dimensions: 565 x 370 mm

Creator(s):

Cairns, Brian

GSAA/EPH/10/93, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art fine art degree show, [Jun 1986] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised the work of graduating fine art students included in The Glasgow School Of Art degree show in 1986. The exhibition included work by students of painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture and environmental art. The undergraduate work was exhibited in the Mackintosh Building on The Glasgow School Of Art campus while the postgraduate students exhibited in the McLellan Galleries on Sauchiehall street. The image used on the poster shows the students standing in front of the Mackintosh Building and was taken by Vaughan Judge who was a previous lecturer at the school. The poster was designed by The Glasgow School Of Art and printed by David J Clark Limited.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/93
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under reference number GSA/EPH/10/196.
Dimensions: 420 x 591 mm
Physical Description: [Lithograph Print] - one layer of black ink with half-dot image.

Creator(s):

Judge, Vaughan - David J Clark Ltd

GSAA/EPH/10/94, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art Master of Fine Art exhibition, [Apr 1986] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the Master of Fine Art exhibition of 1986. The exhibition was held in the McLellan Galleries on Sauchiehall Street from the 14th to the 19th of June and included work by a number of artists including Rosemary Beaton, Steven Elliott, Deran Fenwick, Gerard Ferris, Thomas Hegarty, Henry Kerr, Lorraine A. Lamond, Richard Levan, Tracy Mackenna, Craig Peacock and David Watt.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/94
Alternate Format: Duplicated under reference number GSA/EPH/10/201.
Dimensions: 420 x 594 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour in red and black inks on blue card.
GSAA/EPH/10/95, (Item) Poster advertising courses available at The Glasgow School Of Art, c1980s Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster was used to advertise courses available at The Glasgow School Of Art. The poster invites potential applicants to write to the school's academic registrar.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/95
Physical Description: [Lithograph print] - one layer of black ink.
GSAA/EPH/10/96, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by Kisa Kawakami, [Nov 1981] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of paper sculptures by the designer Kisa Kawakami. The exhibition was held in the Mackintosh Library and ran from the 1st to the 18th of December 1981.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/96
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers of colour using sharp white, red and blue inks on buff paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/97, (Item) Poster for the Master of Design degree show entitled 'Decisions', [Nov 1984] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the Masters of Design degree show that ran from the 8th to the 14th of December in the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition included work by a number of graduating students including Douglas Clerk, Andrew Crummy, Fiona Knight, Constantine Lykiarodopoulos, Linda MacCafferty, Carolyn Paterson and Maurice Shannon.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/97
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink with collage elements in oil pastels, paint and print.
GSAA/EPH/10/98, (Item) Poster for the sculpture degree show, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the work of graduating sculpture students that were part of one of The Glasgow School Of Art's degree shows in the late 20th century. The exhibition was held in the Haldane building on The Glasgow School Of Art campus and ran from the 13th to the 20th of June.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/98
Physical Description: Lithograph print done in one layer of dark navy ink.
Dimensions: 838 x 594 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/99, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by Jimmy Cosgrove, [Nov 1980] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by Jimmy Cosgrove who was the deputy director at The Glasgow School Of Art between 1990 and 2000. The exhibition was held at The Glasgow Print Studio gallery and ran from the 5th to the 30th of December.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/99
Physical Description: [Digital Print in colour]
GSAA/EPH/10/100, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art production of 'The Noble Spaniard', [Feb 1964] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art's dramatisation of Somerset Maugham's play The Noble Spaniard. This event was held at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/100
Dimensions: 944 x 474 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using black and red inks on paper.
Physical Description: Screen print - two layers of ink in black and red inks on paper.

Creator(s):

Gray, H - Mackenzie, Pat

GSAA/EPH/10/101, (Item) Poster for a fashion show at The Glasgow School Of Art, 1974 Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art's 1974 fashion show which was held in the Mackintosh Building between the 18th and the 22nd of March.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/101
Dimensions: 1000 x 700 mm

Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/127.

Other material relating to the fashion shows can be found at DC 093.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

Subject(s):

Fashion shows

GSAA/EPH/10/102, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Cedric Price, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by architect, teacher and writer Cedric Price. Price was known for his eccentric architectural designs that were perceived as both socially enabling and playful. The lecture was held in the Haldane Building at The Glasgow School Of Art on the 10th of February.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/102
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/140.
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of various black and grey tones on card.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/103, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Gus Wylie, [Oct 1986] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by the photographer Gus Wylie which was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on the 12th of November 1986. Wylie is known for his monochrome photography work and has taught at both University of the Arts in London and Rochester Institute of Technology in New York. On the reverse of the poster is written "Bob Stewart" in pencil.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/103
Related Material: A duplicate copy of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/168.
Dimensions: 782 x 540 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using red and grey inks on black paper.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/104, (Item) Poster of an illustrated face, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster features a large illustrated face in bold coloured inks. The poster is untitled and no additional information is given.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/104
Physical Description: Screen print done in eight layers of colour on white paper. Slight tear on both the bottom left and top right hand corners.
Dimensions: 760 x 1150 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/105, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Marina Von Salem on the Die Brücke movement, [Feb 1977] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by Marina Von Salem on the Die Brücke movement, an artistic movement created by a number of German expressionist artists in the early 20th century. Die Brücke is German for 'The Bridge' and the movement was refered to as "The German expressionist bridge to the future".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/105
Dimensions: 1102 x 601 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers using black and red inks on white paper. Green hand painted details have been added to the print.
GSAA/EPH/10/106, (Item) Poster for a lecture by David Hockney, c1990s Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by well known artist David Hockney which was held in the Haldane building at The Glasgow School Of Art on Thursday the 24th of February.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/106
Physical Description: Screen print in ten layers using a bleed technique on white paper.
Dimensions: 1113 x 760 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/107, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Theodore Roszak, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by the American scholar Theodore Roszak on his book entitled 'The Making of a Counter Culture'. The text examines 1960s counterculture in North America and Europe and is credited as one of the first examples of the term counterculture. In this lecture held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art, Roszak discussed the theme of "Conscience and the Consciousness in Art". The word "Villa" is written on the reverse of the poster in pencil.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/107
Dimensions: 1200 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink on white paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/108, (Item) Poster for a lecture by John Wright, c1980s Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture by artist John Wright which was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre. The lecture centred around Wright's travels across the Sahara to Tassili and his colour slides of the journey.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/108
Alternate Format: A duplicate of this poster can be found under reference number: GSAA/EPH/10/212.
Dimensions: 1200 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers of colour using pink, orange and black inks on white paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/109, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Bruce Lacey, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by the eccentric sculptor and actor Bruce Lacey. Lacey has featured in a number of British films including the Beatles' film 'Help!'. He is also heavily associated with radio comedy programme The Goon Show.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/109
Dimensions: 1100 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in ten layers of ink on white paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/110, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School of Art's Activities Week, [Apr 1976] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week which was held on Sauchiehall Street between the 12th and the 14th of May.
Extent: 2 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/110
Dimensions: 530 x 764 mm
Physical Description: Printed on fabric. There are two copies, one printed in black ink and one in red.
GSAA/EPH/10/111, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art's Activities Week: Monday, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertises events happening on the Monday of one of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks. Events included a film screening of Elia Kazan's ‘On the Waterfront’, as well as an Asian folk concert with music and dancing. There was also a Carol Kidd & Trio jazz concert.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/111
Dimensions: 1300 x 770 mm
Physical Description: Black and white print on fabric.
GSAA/EPH/10/112, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art's Activities Week: Tuesday, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised events which took place on the Tuesday of one of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks. Events on that day included a lecture by animator Jonathan Hodgson, jazz concerts performed by Ayrshire Jazz Band and Frank Pantrini Quintet, a screening of a film entitled '‘Jazz in the Thirties'’ and a cabaret which was advertised as "Cabaret of a different kind".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/112
Dimensions: 1150 x 660 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on fabric.
GSAA/EPH/10/113, (Item) Poster For The Glasgow School Of Art's Activities Week: Wednesday, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the activities taking place on the Wednesday of one of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks. Activities included new games, a Scottish Opera Brass concert, Howard Hawks' film To Have And Have Not’, The Glasgow School Of Art talent show and a jazz concert by The Alex Dalgleish Band.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/113
Dimensions: 1300 x 710 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on fabric.
GSAA/EPH/10/114, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Gerry Taylor, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by Gerry Taylor, a designer who worked for Scottsass Associati and Memphis in Milan. This was a design consultancy run by Ettore Scottsass which specialised in large scale architectural projects reflecting the style of the Memphis artistic movement which was prevalant at that time. Scottsass employed a number of designers from different backgrounds of which Gerry Taylor was one. The lecture was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on Monday the 16th of May.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/114
Dimensions: 1170 x 700 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on fabric.
GSAA/EPH/10/115, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Tom Cotter, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by BBC film maker Tom Cotter. The lecture was held in the Newbery staff lounge in the Newbery Tower at The Glasgow School Of Art on Wednesday the 25th of October. The poster also advertised a film competition that would take place during the art school's activities week.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/115
Dimensions: 1000 x 800 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on fabric.
GSAA/EPH/10/116, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Heal Fabrics', [Mar 1975] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of fabrics which took place at The Glasgow School Of Art between the 14th of April –and the 2nd of May 1975.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/116
Dimensions: 1260 x 610 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on fabric.
GSAA/EPH/10/117, (Item) Poster for the printed textiles degree show, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the work of graduating printed textile students exhibiting as part of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual degree show. The exhibition was entitled '13 Printed Textile Designers' and was held in the second floor of the Assembly building between the 7th and 18th of June.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/117
Dimensions: 952 x 660 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on fabric.
GSAA/EPH/10/118, (Item) Untitled poster, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster shows a photograph of a man in make up smoking a cigarette.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/118
Dimensions: 782 x 1245 mm
Physical Description: Black and white print on fabric.
GSAA/EPH/10/119, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Zandra Rhodes entitled 'You Can Take The Stigma Out Of Punk, But Safety Pins Stay - Ok?', [Apr 1981] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by fashion and textiles designer Zandra Rhodes who is known for her dramatic designs and bold use of colour. The lecture was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on Wednesday the 6th of May 1981.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/119
Dimensions: 1338 x 880 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on fabric.
GSAA/EPH/10/120, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Ian Dury, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by musician, artist and actor Ian Dury who is most famously known for being the lead singer of Ian Dury and the Blockheads. The lecture was held in the Bourdon Hall in the Bourdon building on The Glasgow School Of Art campus.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/120
Dimensions: 1275 x 870 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on fabric. The time of the event has been amended from 3pm to 4pm using a piece of paper pinned to the front.
GSAA/EPH/10/121, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Herman Hertzberger, [Jan 1975] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by the German architect Herman Hertzberger. Hertzberger is widely considered to be one of the influences behind the Dutch Structuralist movement of the mid 20th century. The lecture was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on The Glasgow School Of Art campus on the 20th of February 1975.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/121
Dimensions: 1107 x 764mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers using red and black inks with a spray painted stencil overlay.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/122, (Item) Poster for a farewell dinner for Lennox Patterson, [Dec 1979] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a farewell dinner for staff member Lennox Patterson. Patterson is known for his illustrative work done in linocut and scraperboard and was a student at The Glasgow School Of Art before becoming a lecturer in graphic design as well as Deputy Director of the school. The dinner was held in the Bourdon Hall in the Bourdon building on the 20th of December 1979.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/122
Dimensions: 900 x 640 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on board.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/123, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by John Macfarlane, [Nov 1979] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by John Macfarlane who was a student at The Glasgow School Of Art before moving to Wales to work as a set and costume designer. The exhibition was held in the Bourdon building on The Glasgow School Of Art campus from the 5th to the 18th of December 1979. Interestingly, John Macfarlane's name has been misspelled on the poster where his surname has been spelled as 'McFarlane'.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/123
Dimensions: 900 x 640 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on board.
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under the reference GSAA/EPH/10/129.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/124, (Item) Poster for lectures by both Joe McGrath and Bob Godfrey, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised two lectures focusing on films and film making which were given by both Joe McGrath and Bob Godfrey. The event was held in the Haldane building as part of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual Activities Week. Joe McGrath is known for his work as a director on films such as the 1967 version of Casino Royale, The Goon Show and Rising Damp. Bob Godfrey is an illustrator and animator, most famously known for his animation for children's television shows 'Roobarb' and 'Henry's Cat'. The poster is promoted on page 19 of The Glasgow School Of Art prospectus for 1972/73.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/124
Dimensions: 990 x 730 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on board.
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/130.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/125, (Item) Poster for 'Abracadabra', Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster appears to advertise a lecture and discussion by Dendler, Dendler and Dunlop which took place on Wednesday the 9th of December. The poster is annotated with ‘Sandy Prentice processed by Chuck Mitchell’.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/125
Dimensions: 1010 x 745 mm
Physical Description: Colour print.

Creator(s):

Mitchell, Charles

GSAA/EPH/10/126, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Emilio Coia, [Jan 1973] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by the Scottish artist and illustrator Emilio Coia. Coia was born in Glasgow and studied at The Glasgow School Of Art. He is recognised for his work for The Edinburgh Fringe Festival as well as the Scotsman newspaper. Coia was elected as president of The Glasgow Art Club, a role which he held until his death in 1997. This lecture focused on Coia's surreal drawings of famous buildings, with a particular focus on the Sydney Opera House, and was held at The Glasgow School Of Art on the 19th of February 1973.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/126
Dimensions: 1000 x 705 mm
Physical Description: Probably a screen print done in a four colour separation.
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/128.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/127, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art fashion show, 1974 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art's 1974 fashion show which was held in the Mackintosh Building between the 18th and the 22nd of March.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/127
Dimensions: 1000 x 705 mm
Physical Description: Colour print.

Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/101.

Other material relating to the fashion shows can be found at DC 093.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

Subject(s):

Fashion shows

GSAA/EPH/10/128, (Item) Poster for a talk by Emilio Coia, [Jan 1973] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by the Scottish artist and illustrator Emilio Coia. Coia was born in Glasgow and studied at The Glasgow School Of Art. He is recognised for his work for The Edinburgh Fringe Festival as well as the Scotsman newspaper. Coia was elected as president of The Glasgow Art Club where he remained until his death in 1997. This lecture focused on Coia's surreal drawings of famous buildings, with a particular focus on the Sydney Opera House, and was held at The Glasgow School Of Art on the 19th of February 1973.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/128
Dimensions: 1000 x 700 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in a four colour separation on white paper.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/129, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by John McFarlane, [Nov 1979] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by John McFarlane who was a student at The Glasgow School Of Art before moving to Wales to work as a set and costume designer. The exhibition was held in the Bourdon building on The Glasgow School Of Art campus from the 5th to the 18th of December 1979. Interestingly, John Macfarlane's name has been misspelled on the poster where his surname has been spelled as 'McFarlane'.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/129
Dimensions: 903 x 640 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in a five colour separation on white paper.
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/123.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/130, (Item) Poster for lectures by both Joe McGrath and Bob Godfrey, [Jan 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised two lectures focusing on films and film making which were given by both Joe McGrath and Bob Godfrey. The event was held in the Haldane building as part of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual Activities Week. Joe McGrath is known for his work as a director on films such as the 1967 version of Casino Royale, The Goon Show and Rising Damp. Bob Godfrey is an illustrator and animator, most famously known for his animation for children's television shows 'Roobarb' and 'Henry's Cat'. The poster is promoted on page 19 of The Glasgow School Of Art prospectus for 1972/73.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/130
Dimensions: 989 x 730 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in a five colour separation on white paper.
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/124.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/131, (Item) Poster for a retirement party for David Donaldson, [May 1981] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a retirement party arranged in honour of David A. Donaldson. Donaldson grew up in Coatbridge near Glasgow. He received a place at The Glasgow School Of Art at the age of fifteen despite having no formal qualifications and went on to become the head of drawing and painting in 1967. He was recognised for his portraiture, notably his portrait of Queen Elizabeth the Second in 1967. Donaldson remained at The Glasgow School Of Art until his retirement in 1981. The retirement party was held in The Glasgow Art Club on Bath Street in Glasgow on the 24th of June 1981. The poster was printed by Bob Stewart who was head of design at The Glasgow School Of Art at this time.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/131
Dimensions: 900 x 541 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in a four colour separation on white card.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/132, (Item) Poster for a farewell dinner for Lennox Paterson, [Dec 1979] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a retirement dinner for Lennox Paterson. Paterson worked at The Glasgow School Of Art between 1964 and 1979, occupying various roles including Head of Design and Deputy Head of the school. He was highly regarded for his wood engravings of animals and the poster features elements of this style. The event was held in the Bourdon Hall at The Glasgow School Of Art on the 20th of December 1979. The poster was designed and printed by Bob Stewart who was a senior lecturer in printed textiles at this time.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/132
Dimensions: 898 x 636 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in a five colour separation on white card.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/133, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Richard Smith, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture by Richard Smith which was held in the Haldane Building at The Glasgow School Of Art. The poster was designed and printed by Jimmy Cosgrove who worked as a senior lecturer in the textiles department at this time.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/133
Dimensions: 998 x 700 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on card.
Related Material: duplicate of GSAA/EPH/10/158

Creator(s):

Cosgrove, James

GSAA/EPH/10/134, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Martin Dalby, [Feb 1974] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by Scottish composer Martin Dalby on Thursday the 21st of February 1974. Dalby's lecture discussed what it meant to be a composer in the 1970s and was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/134
Physical Description: Screen print done in a two colour separation using blue and black inks on white paper. The top left hand corner is damaged.
Dimensions: 986 x 731 mm
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/52.
GSAA/EPH/10/135, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Lutz Becker, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by filmmaker Lutz Becker who is known for his political and art documentaries. He is also considered to be a contemporary of Derek Jarman. Becker is most famous for finding missing home videos of Adolf Hitler's girlfriend Eva Braun which give an insight into Hitler's personal life. This footage was edited by Becker and used in the World War II documentary series 'The World at War' in 1974.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/135
Dimensions: 1200 x 768 mm
Physical Description: Colour print using both screen and lithography techniques. Screen printed section is done in four colour layers while a swastika detail has been added using stone lithography techniques with oil based inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/136, (Item) Poster for a retirement supper for Robert Begg, [Apr 1975] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an event to mark the retirement of Robert Begg which took place on the 31st of May 1975. Begg was on the Board of Governors for The Glasgow School of Art between 1970 and 1975. The poster was designed and printed by Bob Stewart, who was a senior lecturer in design at this point.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/136
Dimensions: 1106 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in a six colour separation on white paper.
Related Material: For a folder of papers regarding the organisation of this retirement party for Robert Begg, see the papers of Director Harry Barnes: GSAA/DIR/13/8/2/2.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/137, (Item) Poster for a seminar lead by Dr. John McHale, [Oct 1976] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a seminar lead by Dr. John McHale which focused on a theme entitled "The Future Of The Future". He did this seminar three times, twice at The Glasgow School Of Art on the 4th and 5th of November and once at The University Of Strathclyde on the 4th of November 1976. McHale was the Director of the Centre for Integrative Studies and School of Advanced Technology for the State University of New York. He is credited as the founder of the Independent Group, a London based artistic movement which kickstarted British Pop Art. Members of the group included Richard Hamilton, Eduardo Paolozzi, and architects Alison and Peter Smithson. The poster was designed and printed by Bob Stewart, who was a senior lecturer in textile design at this time.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/137
Dimensions: 901 x 642 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in a two colour separation on white card.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/138, (Item) Poster for a George Melly concert, [Feb 1981] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a concert by the eccentric jazz musician George Melly which was held in the Bourdon Assembly Hall on Tuesday the 3rd of March 1981. Another poster advertising a George Melly concert at The Glasgow School Of Art in 1992 can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/30.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/138
Dimensions: 1109 x 755 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in a five colour separation using red, grey and black inks on white paper.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/139, (Item) Poster for a retirement party for William Drummond Bone, [Jan 1973] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised the retirement party of William Drummond Bone which was held in the Mackintosh Board Room on the 12th of January 1973. Bone was part of both The Royal Society of Arts and The Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour and taught drawing and painting at The Glasgow School Of Art between 1934 and 1973. The poster was designed and printed by Robert Stewart who was a senior lecturer in design at this time.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/139
Dimensions: 1000 x 700 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on card.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/140, (Item) Poster for a talk by Cedric Price, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by architect, teacher and writer Cedric Price. Price was known for his eccentric architectural designs that were perceived as both socially enabling and playful. The lecture was held in the Haldane Building at The Glasgow School Of Art on the 10th of February.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/140
Dimensions: 1105 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in a four colour separation on white paper.
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/102.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/141, (Item) Poster for a debate entitled 'Art School Creates No Prospects', [Dec 1976] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster advertised a debate which dealt with the positive and negative aspects of studying at The Glasgow School Of Art which was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on the 8th of December 1976. Speaking for the school in the debate included Roger Hoare, Mike Roschlau, Tom Lyden and Vladimir Soukoup. Speaking against were Dugald Cameron, Julian Gibb, Colin McNaught and Jim Cathcart. Harry J. Barnes was the chairperson. The poster states:

"The Motion: This house believes that this art school creates no prospects, no jobs, no firm conclusions, no hopes, few aspirations, little money, nothing but nostalgia..."

The poster was printed by Bob Stewart who was a senior lecturer in design at The Glasgow School Of Art at this time.

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/141
Dimensions: 1101 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in a three colour separation on white paper. The reverse of the poster appears to be annotated in pencil with '1976'.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/142, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Burt Kwouk and Joe McGrath, [Feb 1983] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by actor Burt Kwouk and director Joe McGrath which was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on the 23rd of February 1983. Burt Kwouk is famously known for his character Cato in the Pink Panther films while Joe McGrath was a student at The Glasgow School Of Art in the 1940s. The poster was printed by Bob Stewart who was a senior member of staff at The Glasgow School Of Art at this time.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/142
Dimensions: 903 x 640 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in a six colour separation on white card.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/143, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by William Gallacher, [Oct 1979] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a memorial exhibition to celebrate the work of William Gallacher. The event took place at The Glasgow Art Club between the 10th and the 30th of November 1979. The poster was printed by Bob Stewart who was a senior lecturer at The Glasgow School Of Art at this time.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/143
Dimensions: 900 x 645 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on board.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/144, (Item) Poster for a retrospective exhibition of Bob Stewart's work, [Sep 1980] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a retrospective exhibition of work by Bob Stewart which ran between the 4th and the 31st of October 1980 at The University Of Strathclyde. Stewart is a leading figure in The Glasgow School Of Art's history. His role progressed from lecturing in textiles to Head of Design before he became Deputy Director of the school. He was highly regarded by staff and students and also designed and printed many of the posters in The Glasgow School Of Art's poster collection.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/144
Dimensions: 636 x 449 mm
Physical Description: Screen print in an eight colour separation on white paper.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/145, (Item) Poster for an event entitled 'New Music Group', c1970 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an event featuring the New Music Group held in the Mackintosh Building in architecture studio 30. According to Jimmy Cosgrove, who was the previous deputy director of The Glasgow School Of Art in the 1990s, the New Music Group was a fusion of medieval and modern music styles of the 70s. It is believed that this event was associated with Neil Morrison, a tutor who made lutes and played numerous concerts at both The Glasgow School Of Art and the Third Eye Centre.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/145
Dimensions: 1010 x 756 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers using orange and black inks. The orange layer is a bleed print.
GSAA/EPH/10/146, (Item) Poster for a concert by 'The Dunstable Consort', c1970 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a performance of medieval music in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre. According to Jimmy Cosgrove, the previous deputy director of The Glasgow School Of Art, the poster features images of a textiles student's work from this period.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/146
Dimensions: 1006 x 756 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink on card.
GSAA/EPH/10/147, (Item) Poster for a concert entitled 'Academus Ensemble', [Feb 1973] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a concert of medieval music which was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on Thursday the 22nd of February 1973 featuring Neil Morrison on lute and guitar. Morrison taught at The Glasgow School Of Art from 1970 to 1972 and made his own instruments. He played a number of concerts around Glasgow at this time, including one at The Third Eye Centre in April 1987.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/147
Dimensions: 1020 x 750 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using pink and purple inks.

Creator(s):

Mitchell, Charles

GSAA/EPH/10/148, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Lily Greenham, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by Lily Greenham who was known for her concrete and sound poetry. The lecture was held in the Haldane Building at The Glasgow School Of Art.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/148
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/178.
Dimensions: 1000 x 750 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of colour using yellow, red, blue and black inks on card.

Creator(s):

Cosgrove, James

GSAA/EPH/10/149, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Andy Park entitled 'The Language of Pop Music', [Feb 1991] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture by Andy Park about the language of pop music. Park was head of entertainments for Radio Clyde and was also involved in John Byrne's television series 'Tutti Frutti'. The event was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on Monday the 18th of February 1991.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/149
Dimensions: 950 x 736 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using white and blue inks on red paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/150, (Item) Poster for a lecture by David Hockney, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture by the artist David Hockney that was held on the 24th of February in the Haldane Building as part of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual Activities Week. A number of diverse events including lectures, concerts and shows took place during activities week each year and would be advertised on huge billboards on Renfrew Street. An image of this poster can be found in The Glasgow School Of Art prospectus for 1972/73 on page 19.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/150
Dimensions: 1100 x 757 mm
Physical Description: Bleed screen printing technique done in two layers of colour using purple and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/151, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Simon Cutts and Stuart Mills, [Feb 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by artists Simon Cutts and Stuart Mills which took place in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art on the 21st of February 1985.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/151
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/166.
Dimensions: 1000 x 700 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of colour using red, grey and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/152, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Bob Godfrey, [Feb 1979] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by illustrator and animator Bob Godfrey. Godfrey is famous for his animated cartoons including Roobarb, Noah and Nelly and Henry's Cat. The lecture was held on the 30th of May 1979 and part of it involved Godfrey offering to critique the student's own films.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/152
Dimensions: 956 x 665 mm
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print with collage detail done in five layers of ink on white card.
GSAA/EPH/10/153, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Rayner Banham, [Jan 1962] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by architecture critic Rayner Banham which was held in the Haldane Building on the 21st of February 1962. Banham was also a prolific writer and is best known for his theoretical treatise 'Theory and Design in the First Machine Age' (1960) and for his book 'Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies' (1971). The poster states "Come on babey, do the mega structure" which is a pun on the 1962 pop song 'Loco-Motion' by Eva Boyd.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/153
Dimensions: 1006 x 754 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of grey and black inks on white paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/154, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Charles Spencer entitled 'The Multiple Revolution', 1970s Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster was used to advertise a lecture given by the art critic and director Charles Spencer. The lecture focused on the use of print and multiples in art practice and was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre as part of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week. Activities week was an important part of the school's curriculum during the 1970s. All classes stopped and students were instead required to attend lectures and film screenings.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/154
Dimensions: 1011 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers using silver and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/155, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of Bridget Riley's drawings, [Feb 1972] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of drawings by Bridget Riley which was held in the Newbery staff lounge in the Newbery Tower at The Glasgow School of Art as part of the school's annual activities week. Riley is well known for her optical illusion paintings and is considered a leading figure in Op Art. During activities week, large bill boards on Renfrew Street displayed posters made by staff and students that advertised the week's events. Many of these posters can now be found in The Glasgow School Of Art's Poster Collection. An image of this particular poster can be found in the 1973/74 prospectus catalogue on page 21.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/155
Dimensions: 1011 x 756 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers using black and silver inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/156, (Item) Poster for the 10th anniversary exhibition of Editions Alecto, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a 10th anniversary exhibition of the work of printmaking organisation Editions Alecto, who specialise in printing original editions of artists work. The event took place in The Glasgow School Of Art's Mackintosh Museum as part of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week. During this week, posters advertising events were designed by staff and students and were displayed on large billboards on Renfrew Street. Many of these posters can now be found in The Glasgow School Of Art's poster collection. An image of this particular poster can be found in the school's 1972/73 prospectus catalogue on page 19.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/156
Dimensions: 900 x 730 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in six layers of colour using yellow, pink, orange, red, purple and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/157, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Brian Griffiths, [Nov 1972] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture by economist Brian Griffiths which was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art in December 1972. At this time, Griffiths worked as lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science, however he would later become advisor to Baroness Thatcher during her time as Prime Minister. He then became the Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs. This lecture focused on the topic of Christianity, capitalism and revolution and was organised by David Dobson who was head of the Sculpture department at The Glasgow School Of Art in 1972.
Extent: 1 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/157
Dimensions: 972 x 697 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers using brown and black inks.

Creator(s):

Cosgrove, James

GSAA/EPH/10/158, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Richard Smith, 1970s Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster was used to advertise a lecture by the artist Richard Smith, who is known for his abstract colour paintings and sculptural works dealing with materials in reference to popular culture. The lecture was held in the Haldane Building at The Glasgow School Of Art as part of the school's annual activities week in the early 1970s. The poster was designed and printed by Jimmy Cosgrove who worked as the head of textiles at The Glasgow School Of Art from 1973 to 1982.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/158
Dimensions: 982 x 697 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in six layers of colour using white, orange, yellow, pink, red and black inks.
Related Material: Duplicate of GSAA/EPH/10/133

Creator(s):

Cosgrove, James

GSAA/EPH/10/159, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by Eduardo Paolozzi entitled 'Sci-Fi', [1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by the Scottish artist Eduardo Paolozzi. Paolozzi is known for his collage and sculptural works and he often made work in a public setting. This exhibition was held in the Newbery Foyer in the Newbery Tower at The Glasgow School Of Art.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/159
Dimensions: 1000 x 700 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of colour using red, blue and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/160, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Johnny Ross entitled 'Artist and ...', Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by the artist Johnny Ross which was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art. The poster was possibly designed by Jimmy Cosgrove who was the previous head of textiles at the school.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/160
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers using grey and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/161, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Nick Wayte entitled 'A Theory of Art and Design Education', [Feb 1994] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by the author Nick Wayte which discussed the theory of Art and Design in education. The lecture was held in The Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/161
Dimensions: 760 x 1104 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of colour using red, purple, brown and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/162, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Mechanical Ballet', [Mar 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a slide film and sound show of Bruce Lacey's Mechanical Ballet. Lacey is an eccentric character known for working with sculpture, sound and performance and has been featured in a number of British films including the Beatles' film 'Help'. The screening was held in The Haldane Building on the 15th of April 1971. Lacey screened a number of stills from his ICA exhibition during this event.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/162
Related Material: A tracing paper overlay that accompanies this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/164.
Dimensions: 840 x 592 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of green ink.
GSAA/EPH/10/163, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Ian Breakwell entitled 'Continuous Diary', [1967] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by the artist Ian Breakwell that was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art. Breakwell is well known for working in a variety of mediums including print, installation, film and photography, however he is best known for making work based around his diary entries. He is also associated with The Artist Placement Group, an organisation set up in 1966 to bring art practice into hospitals and prisons. This particular lecture focused on work made between 1965 and 1967. The reverse of the poster is annotated with "J.Cosgrove".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/163
Dimensions: 1100 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print done in two layers of grey and black inks.

Creator(s):

Cosgrove, James

GSAA/EPH/10/164, (Item) Tracing paper overlay for the poster for the film screening of "Mechanical Ballet", [Mar 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This overlay accompanies the poster for the screening of Bruce Lacey's "Mechanical Ballet" which can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/162. Lacey is an eccentric character known for working with sculpture, sound and performance and has been featured in a number of British films including the Beatles' film 'Help'. The screening was held in The Haldane Building on the 15th of April 1971. Lacey screened a number of stills from his ICA exhibition during this event.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/164
Related Material: This poster accompanies another poster in the collection which can be found under reference number GSA/EPH/10/162.
Dimensions: 840 x 592 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink on tracing paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/165, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by Bud Neill entitled 'Scotland Forever and Isaac Wolfson', Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by the Scottish cartoonist Bud Neill. Neill studied at The Glasgow School of Art and is known for his cartoon strips which featured in a number of Glasgow newspapers. His work often played on Glasgow humour, with notable characters such as Lobey Dosser and the Sheriff of Carlton Creek. The exhibition was held in the Newbery Lounge in the Newbery Tower at The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition title refers to Isaac Wolfson who was a Scottish business man and philanthropist known for his successful mail order service.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/165
Dimensions: 1000 x 700 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink on white card.
GSAA/EPH/10/166, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Simon Cutts and Stuart Mills, [Feb 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by artists Simon Cutts and Stuart Mills which took place in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art on the 21st of February 1985.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/166
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/151.
Dimensions: 1000 x 700 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of colour using red, grey and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/167, (Item) Poster for a Neil Morrison and Ian Strang concert, 1970s Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a concert by both Neil Morrison and Ian Strang. Morrison taught at The Glasgow School Of Art and was known for making his own lutes. A number of concerts associated with him took place at The Glasgow School Of Art and the Third Eye Centre during his time at the school.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/167
Dimensions: 1104 x 763 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in six layers of colour on white paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/168, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Gus Wylie, [Oct 1986] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by the photographer Gus Wylie which was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre on the 12th of November 1986. Wylie is known for his monochrome photography work and has taught at both University of the Arts in London and Rochester Institute of Technology in New York.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/168
Related Material: A duplicate copy of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/103.
Dimensions: 782 x 540 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using red and grey inks on black paper.

Creator(s):

Stewart, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/169, (Item) Poster advertising Activities Week, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised various events happening during The Glasgow School Of Art's activities week in 1971. The poster details a number of film screenings and talks which took place in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre. Other events included visits to the National Engineering Laboratory in East Kilbride and to an exhibition of prints by the London based printmaking organisation Editions Alecto. There was also an exhibition of work by John McInnes which was held in the Mackintosh Museum.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/169
Dimensions: 1104 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink on white paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/170, (Item) Poster for Activities Week, 1980s Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster was used to advertise The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week. A number of events were organised including: films, lectures, poetry, jazz folk, drama, contests, disco, a bar in the Haldane building, dance art, a drag talent show and a snooker competition. Activities week ran annually from the 1970s until the mid 1980s. During this week, classes stopped and various events were organised instead. The poster is annotated on the reverse with "J.Cosgrove".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/170
Dimensions: 1100 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of ink on white paper.

Creator(s):

Cosgrove, James

GSAA/EPH/10/171, (Item) Poster for a symposium entitled 'The Arts', [Feb 1980] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a symposium given by speakers who were either artists or people associated with film and television. Speakers included Scottish film and television actor Bill Patterson, painter Clive Sutton, Scottish film maker Bill Forsyth, film and television director Joe McGrath and film director Peter MacDougall. The poster is annotated on the reverse with "Colin Wilson".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/171
Dimensions: 1100 x 762 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in five layers of colour on white paper.

Creator(s):

Wilson, Colin

GSAA/EPH/10/172, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art fashion show, [May 1975] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School of Art's annual fashion show which was held in the Haldane Building from the 20th to the 24th of May 1975. Tickets for the event were priced at 50p with a 10p student discount.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/172
Dimensions: 900 x 640 mm
Physical Description: Both screen and lithography printing techniques have probably been used. The print is done in one layer using multiple inks with three layers of colour on top.
Related Material: Other material relating to the fashion shows can be found at DC 093.

Subject(s):

Fashion shows

GSAA/EPH/10/173, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by Ralph Steadman, [Feb 1981] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by the illustrator Ralph Steadman which took place in the Bourdon Building in March 1981. Steadman is known for his illustrative work for Hunter S. Thompson, Private Eye Magazine and the New York Times. The reverse of the poster is annotated in pencil with the date '1981'.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/173
Related Material: A duplicate copy of this poster can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/213.
Dimensions: 639 x 897 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using red and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/174, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Brian Grimwood, [Oct 1983] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by illustrator Brian Grimwood that was held in the Glasgow Film Theatre on the 18th of November 1993. The lecture was advertised as a "Design School Distinguished Lecture" discussing the illustrative design work of Grimwood. Another lecture was also held at the Ca' d'oro Building on Gordon Street for members of the Chartered Society of Designers.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/174
Dimensions: 840 x 591 mm
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print done in three layers of colour in green inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/175, (Item) Poster for a poetry and jazz event, 1970s Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an event showcasing jazz and poetry which was held in the Haldane building at The Glasgow School Of Art. There were a number of notable performers at the event including Liz Lochead, Tom Leonard, Tom Buchan, Edwin Morgan and The Billy Kyle Quintet.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/175
Dimensions: 1100 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour in blue and red inks on white paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/176, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Bob Godfrey, [Jan 1993] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by illustrator and animator Bob Godfrey, as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series. Godfrey is known for his cartoons such as Roobarb, Noah and Nelly and Henry's Cat. The lecture was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art and was open to the public. The poster was designed by Mick Manning and Jimmy Murray Illustration/ Graphic Design. It was printed at M&M Press Ltd.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/176
Dimensions: 900 x 520 mm
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print done in five layers of colour using pink, yellow, green, grey and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/177, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'The Architecture of Unbaked Earth: Its Traditions and Future', [Feb 1983] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of photographic works showing the architectural properties of unbaked earth. The exhibition was held in association with the French Institute and ran from the 25th of Februrary to the 17th of March 1983 in the Bourdon Building and the Green Room.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/177
Dimensions: 840 x 590 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of brown ink with an image in half-dot.
GSAA/EPH/10/178, (Item) Poster for a talk by Lily Greenham, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture given by Lily Greenham who was known for her concrete and sound poetry. The lecture was held in the Haldane Building at The Glasgow School Of Art.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/178
Related Material: A duplicate copy of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/148.
Dimensions: 1000 x 750 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of colour in yellow, red, blue and black inks on card.

Creator(s):

Cosgrove, James

GSAA/EPH/10/179, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Theodore Roszak, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is believed to advertise a lecture by Theodore Roszak entitled 'Conscience and Consciousness in the Art of Mackintosh'. It is believed to have been designed and made by Sandy Prentice and Chuck Mitchell.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/179
Dimensions: 1005 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Black and white print on board.

Creator(s):

Mitchell, Charles

GSAA/EPH/10/180, (Item) Poster for a screening of The Great Ice Cream Robbery, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is believed to advertise a screening of James Scott's 1971 documentary The Great Ice Cream Robbery which was held in the Haldane Building on Friday the 5th of November. The documentary featured Claes Oldenberg and Rene Margritte and was part of International Art Films.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/180
Dimensions: 1015 x 690 mm
Physical Description: Black and white print on board.
GSAA/EPH/10/181, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Kenneth Grange, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster is believed to advertise a lecture by British industrial designer Kenneth Grange which was held in the Haldane Building on Wednesday the 23rd of February. The poster is believed to be associated with a George Wilson and has a torn Nazi Architecture poster on the reverse side.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/181
Dimensions: 990 x 740 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on board.
GSAA/EPH/10/182, (Item) Poster for an animation competition, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is believed to advertise an animation competition at The Glasgow School Of Art entitled Feature Animated Documentary Films.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/182
Dimensions: 970 x 685 mm
Physical Description: Colour print on board.
Related Material: Duplicate of GSAA/EPH/10/215
GSAA/EPH/10/183, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by postgraduate fine art students, [Jun 1988] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition which showcased the work of graduating postgraduate fine art students from 1988. Exhibitors included David Bowe, Jillian Campbell, Kathy Chambers, Kirstie Cohen, Matthew N. Dalziel, Mark Durden, Peter Finnemore, Steven Hurrel, Evelyn Jardine, Simon C. Laurie, Olivia Lloyd, Maree Meahan, Iona A. E. Montgomery, Ann Vance, Alison Watt and Eveleen Wright. The exhibition was held in the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School Of Art from the 18th to the 23rd of June 1988. The poster was designed at the school and features a photograph of the exhibitors sitting on top of The Glasgow School Of Art's Bourdon Building which was taken by Stanley C. Shepherd.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/183
Dimensions: 419 x 591 mm
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print using one layer of black ink with the photograph printed in half-dot.

Creator(s):

David J Clark Ltd

GSAA/EPH/10/184, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by postgraduate fine art students, [Jun 1989] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition which showcased the work of graduating postgraduate fine art students from 1989. Exhibitors included: Suzanne Applefold, Reuben Kench, Raymond Lee, John Shankie and Zandra Thomson. The exhibition was held in The Glasgow School Of Art's Mackintosh Building from the 17th to the 22nd of June 1989. The poster was designed at The Glasgow School Of Art and features a photograph which was taken by David Kenmillshank.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/184
Dimensions: 592 x 419 mm
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print using one layer of black ink with the photograph in half dot.

Creator(s):

David J Clark Ltd

GSAA/EPH/10/185, (Item) Poster for a retirement party for Robert Begg, [May 1979] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a staff party to mark the retirement of Robert Begg from his post as Chairman of Governors at The Glasgow School Of Art. The event took place on the 7th of May 1979. The poster features a caricature of Robert Begg by Dan Ferguson who produced many caricatures of staff at The Glasgow School Of Art in the 1970s. Ferguson appears to have signed the front of the poster.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/185
Dimensions: 312 x 445 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink on card.

Creator(s):

Ferguson, Danny

GSAA/EPH/10/186, (Item) Poster for a performance of 'Le Dieu Nusku' and 'Narcissius', [Apr 1919] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised two dramatic performances of 'Le Dieu Nusku' and 'Narcissius' which were produced by Miss Dorothy Carleton Smyth and performed by students at The Glasgow School Of Art. The performances were in aid of raising funds for a war memorial to honour students and staff who served or were killed in action in World War One. The memorial was eventually commisioned in 1925 and was designed by former student Dorothy Doddrell. The image on the poster is a stone lithograph drawing by Maurice Greiffenhagen who was a tutor at The Glasgow School Of Art from 1906 until 1926. The reverse of the poster is annotated with the words "See Box".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/186
Dimensions: 556 x 425 mm
Physical Description: Stone lithograph done in one layer of black ink on paper.

Creator(s):

Greiffenhagen, Maurice

GSAA/EPH/10/187, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art degree show, [Jun 2001] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art's annual degree show which showcased the work of graduating students in 2001. Undergraduate students exhibited in the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School Of Art while the Masters of Fine Art students exhibited in Tramway, a local arts centre. The degree show ran from the 23rd to the 30th of June 2001 and was sponsored by Beat 106 radio station.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/187
Dimensions: 420 x 590 mm
Physical Description: Digital print.
GSAA/EPH/10/188, (Item) Poster for a screening of graduate films entitled 'Show Reel', [Jun 2002] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition showing a number of films by graduates of The Glasgow School Of Art in 2002 as well as a lecture by Alan Currall who was a lecturer in electronic media at the school. The event was held in the Centre for Contemporary Arts which is an arts centre close to The Glasgow School Of Art campus. Exhibitors included Natalie McFadyen, James Hodgson, Ruth Legg, Kate Drummond - Brassington, Mark Melvin, Will Holt, Michelle Daniels, Ruth Davies, John Barrington, Henry Coombes, Nicola Godsal, Mari Lagerquist, Martin Craig, Hannah Palmer, Dan Miller, Grethe Forsstrom, Laura Marshall, Kate Burton and Astrid Kruse Jensen.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/188
Related Material: A duplicate of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/189.
Dimensions: 590 x 412 mm
Physical Description: Colour digital print.
GSAA/EPH/10/189, (Item) Poster for a screening of graduate films entitled 'Show Reel', [Jun 2002] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition showing a number of films by graduates of The Glasgow School Of Art in 2002 as well as a lecture by Alan Currall who was a lecturer in electronic media at the school. The event was held in the Centre for Contemporary Arts which is an arts centre close to The Glasgow School Of Art campus. Exhibitors included Natalie McFadyen, James Hodgson, Ruth Legg, Kate Drummond - Brassington, Mark Melvin, Will Holt, Michelle Daniels, Ruth Davies, John Barrington, Henry Coombes, Nicola Godsal, Mari Lagerquist, Martin Craig, Hannah Palmer, Dan Miller, Grethe Forsstrom, Laura Marshall, Kate Burton and Astrid Kruse Jensen.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/189
Dimensions: 590 x 412 mm
Physical Description: Colour digital print.
Related Material: A duplicate copy of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/188
GSAA/EPH/10/190, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art degree show, [Jun 2002] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art's annual degree show which showcased the work of graduating students in 2002. Undergraduate students exhibited on campus while the Masters of Fine Art students exhibited at local arts centre Tramway. The exhibition ran from the 22nd to the 29th of June and had a number of sponsors including Ziper Beer, McGrigor Donald, Gordon Yuill and Company, BD-Tank and the Centre for Contemporary Arts.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/190
GSAA/EPH/10/191, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Ten Years', [Aug 1989] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by artists who graduated from The Glasgow School Of Art's sculpture department between 1979 and 1989. The exhibition was curated by Cliff Bowen who worked as a sculpture lecturer from 1973 until 1978. It was held in The Glasgow School Of Art's Newbery Gallery in the Newbery Tower from the 4th of August until the 1st of September and was sponsored by the Ian McTaggart Trust.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/191
Dimensions: 585 x 419 mm
Physical Description: Colour digital print.
GSAA/EPH/10/192, (Item) Poster for the embroidered and woven textiles degree show, [Jun 1983] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by graduating students from the embroidered and woven textiles department as part of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual degree show in 1983. The exhibition was held in the Newbery Tower from the 11th to the 21st of June.The image on the front of the poster shows the exhibiting students standing in the Loggia space at the top of the Mackintosh Building. The reverse of the poster is annotated with 'Sarah son'.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/192
Dimensions: 430 x 316 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink with a half-dot image.
GSAA/EPH/10/193, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by John O'Connor, [Jan 1977] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by John O'Connor which was held in The Glasgow School Of Art's Mackintosh Museum. O'Connor lectured in the graphic design department at The Glasgow School Of Art briefly between 1978 and 1979. The exhibition included work in a variety of mediums including drawing, painting, wood engraving, graphics and illustration. The poster also details that The National Book League exhibition of Book Design and Production was running concurrently with the O'Connor exhibition in the Mackintosh Library.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/193
Dimensions: 634 x 437 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers using grey, brown and black inks.
Related Material: Duplicate of GSAA/EPH/10/34
GSAA/EPH/10/194, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art degree show, [Jun 2003] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art's annual degree show. The exhibition was held on The Glasgow School Of Art campus as well as in the Centre for Contemporary Arts and Tramway which are local arts centres. The 2003 degree show was sponsored by McGrigor Donald, Hoegaarden Beer, the MacFarlane Group and the Gordon Yuill Company. The image used in the poster is by Raul Ortega and the poster was designed by Inlapland.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/194
Dimensions: 419 x 298 mm
Physical Description: Colour digital print.
GSAA/EPH/10/195, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Vanitas', [Feb 2003] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by second year printmaking students from The Glasgow School Of Art. The exhibition was held in the Market Gallery on Duke Street in Glasgow and ran from the 1st to the 8th of March. It was sponsored by the Reidvale Housing Association.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/195
Dimensions: 500 x 349 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers using red and black inks. The red layer features a half-dot image.
GSAA/EPH/10/196, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art fine art degree show, [Jun 1986] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the work of graduating fine art students included in The Glasgow School Of Art degree show in 1986. The exhibition included work by students of painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture and environmental art. The undergraduate work was exhibited in the Mackintosh Building on The Glasgow School Of Art campus while the postgraduate students exhibited in the McLellan Galleries on Sauchiehall street. The image used on the poster shows the students standing in front of the Mackintosh Building and was taken by Vaughan Judge who was a previous lecturer at the school. The poster was designed by The Glasgow School Of Art and printed by David J Clark Limited.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/196
Related Material: A duplicate copy of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/93.
Dimensions: 420 x 591 mm
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print done in one layer of black ink with a half-dot image.

Creator(s):

Judge, Vaughan - David J Clark Ltd

GSAA/EPH/10/197, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art degree show, [Jun 1984] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art's annual degree show in 1984. The exhibition showcased work by graduating students in drawing and painting, photography, printmaking, murals, stained glass and sculpture. The degree show was held in the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School Of Art and ran from the 15th to the 21st of June. The photograph used on the poster shows exhibiting students sitting on the steps of the Mackintosh Building and was taken by Vaughan Judge who previously worked as a lecturer at the school. The poster was designed at The Glasgow School Of Art and printed by David J Clark Limited.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/197
Dimensions: 593 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print done in one layer of black ink.

Creator(s):

Judge, Vaughan - David J Clark Ltd

GSAA/EPH/10/198, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by postgraduate students, [Jun 1990] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster advertised an exhibition of work by postgraduate fine art students which was held in the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School Of Art from the 23rd to the 29th of June 1990. The show included work by Marta Estrella, Martyn Greenhalgh, Christopher Hoddinott, Brigitte Jurack, Richard Learoyd, Rachel Meehan, Gregory Patterson, Robert Stark and Euan Sutherland. The poster was designed at The Glasgow School Of Art and printed at David J Clark Limited. The image used on the poster was taken by Richard Learoyd and shows a number of students including:

- Alex Dempster

- Jim Hamlyn

- Peter McCaughey

- Craig Richardson

- Julie Roberts

- Andrew Sneddon

- Eddie Stewart

- Cathy Whippey

The list of names was gathered with the help of Eddie Stewart who works as a tutor in the school's painting and printmaking department. Stewart previously graduated from the school with an undergraduate degree in drawing and painting and a postgraduate degree in fine art. He is pictured in The Glasgow School Of Art's degree show posters for 1988 and 1990, both of which appear in The Glasgow School Of Art poster collection. A key identifying each student in the photograph can also be found in the archival folder for this item.

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/198
Dimensions: 593 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print done in one layer of black ink.
GSAA/EPH/10/199, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art fine art degree show, [Jun 1988] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster advertised an exhibition of work by graduating fine art students included in The Glasgow School Of Art degree show in 1988. The exhibition showcased work by students studying environmental art, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture and was held in the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School Of Art from the 18th to the 23rd of June. The image on the poster is a photograph taken by previous lecturer Vaughan Judge and shows the exhibiting students sitting on the steps of the Mackintosh Building. A key naming most of the students can be found alongside a duplicate copy of the poster under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/77. The list was compiled with the help of Eddie Stewart who was a former student at The Glasgow School Of Art who then became a tutor in painting and printmaking. Stewart graduated with an undergraduate degree in drawing and painting in 1988 and is included in the photograph on this poster. He then went on to do a Masters in 1990. The poster was designed by The Glasgow School Of Art and printed at David J Clark Limited.

Names of students in the photograph:

- Leslie Anderson

- Suzanne Appleford

- Shona Barr

- David Burns

- Christine Campbell

- Alan Connell

- Alex Dempster

- Graham Fagan

- Andrew Fitzpatrick

- Jean Gavin

- Douglas Gordon

- Janice Gray

- Simon Greer

- Fiona Gurley

- Janice Hunter

- Fiona Leitch

- David Lang

- Richard Learoyd

- Jeff MacDonald

- Alison Mate

- Anne McKay

- Grant McTavish

- Ann Morrison

- William Mulraney

- Murial Patterson

- Craig Richardson

- Julie Roberts

- Ann Russell

- John Shankie

- Andrew Sneddon

- Eddie Stewart

- Pamela Topping

- Cathy Wilkes

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/199
Related Material: A duplicate copy of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/77
Dimensions: 596 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print done in one layer of black ink.

Creator(s):

Judge, Vaughan - David J Clark Ltd

GSAA/EPH/10/200, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by postgraduate students, [Jun 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by postgraduate fine art students in 1985. The exhibition was held in the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School Of Art and included work by students studying drawing and painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and stained glass. The exhibition ran from the 14th to the 20th of June and the image on the poster shows the exhibiting students. The photograph was taken by H. Kerr and was printed at David J. Clark Limited.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/200
Related Material: A duplicate copy of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/81.
Dimensions: 595 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print done in one layer of black ink with a half-dot image.

Creator(s):

Kerr, Harry - David J Clark Ltd

GSAA/EPH/10/201, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art Master of Fine Art exhibition, [Apr 1986] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the Master of Fine Art exhibition of 1986. The exhibition was held in the McLellan Galleries on Sauchiehall Street from the 14th to the 19th of June and included work by a number of artists including Rosemary Beaton, Steven Elliott, Deran Fenwick, Gerard Ferris, Thomas Hegarty, Henry Kerr, Lorraine A. Lamond, Richard Levan, Tracy Mackenna, Craig Peacock and David Watt.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/201
Related Material: A duplicate copy of this poster can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/94.
Dimensions: 420 x 594 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using red and black inks on blue paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/202, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art fine art degree show, [Jun 1990] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster advertised the work of graduating students from the fine art department who were exhibiting as part of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual degree show in 1990. The exhibition included work by students studying environmental art, painting, photography, printmaking and scupture. The poster features a photograph taken by Andrew Stark which shows the exhibitors sitting on the steps of the Mackintosh Building. Martin Boyce winner of the Turner Prize in 2011 can be seen sitting in the front row fifth from the left. The poster was designed at The Glasgow School Of Art and printed by David J Clark Limited.

Students in the photograph include:

- Martin Boyce

- Alan Bullas

- Alison Chisholm

- Michelle Davies

- Alex Dempster

- Laura Donnelly

- Barry Fielder

- Alan Frame

- Jim Hamlen

- Moray Hillary

- Richard Leroyd

- Christina McBride

- Jackie Munro-McGoldrick

- Calum Angus McKay

- Gregory Patterson

- Alan Pike

- Leslie Pontin

- Mark Sadler

- Ross Sinclair

- Andrew Sneddon

This list was compiled with the help of Eddie Stewart who tutors in the school's painting and printmaking department. Stewart previously studied fine art at The Glasgow School Of Art at both undergraduate and postgraduate level and is pictured in the degree show posters from 1988 and 1990. A key naming each student can be found alongside this poster.

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/202
Dimensions: 420 x 593 mm
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print done in one layer of black ink with half-dot image.

Creator(s):

David J Clark Ltd

GSAA/EPH/10/203, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art degree show, [Jun 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised The Glasgow School Of Art's annual degree show in 1985. The degree show included work by graduating students studying drawing and painting, photography, printmaking, murals, stained glass and sculpture. The image on the poster shows the exhibitors standing in the Mackintosh Museum and in the mezzanine space in the centre of the Mackintosh Building. The photograph was taken by Vaughan Judge who was a previous lecturer at The Glasgow School Of Art. The poster was designed at the school and printed by David J Clark Limited.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/203
Dimensions: 595 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Probably a lithograph print done in one layer of black ink with half-dot image.

Creator(s):

Judge, Vaughan - David J Clark Ltd

GSAA/EPH/10/204, (Item) Poster for a postgraduate fine art exhibition, [Jun 1990] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition showcasing work by graduating postgraduate fine art students from The Glasgow School Of Art in 1990. The exhibition took place between the 23rd and the 29th of June and was held in the Mackintosh Building. It included work by Alexander Dempster, James Hamlyn, Rachael Harris, Peter McCaughey, Donna Rae, Craig Richardson, Julie Roberts, Andrew Sneddon, Edward Stewart and Catherine Whippey. The photograph on the poster was taken by John Shankie and shows the exhibiting students posing inside the elevator in the Mackintosh Building. The poster was designed at The Glasgow School Of Art and printed by David J. Clark Limited.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/204
Dimensions: 595 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Probably a digital print featuring a black and white photo and text.
Related Material: A key identifying each student in the photograph on the poster can be found under the reference GSAA/EPH/10/204a.

Creator(s):

David J Clark Ltd - Shankie, John

GSAA/EPH/10/204a, (Item) Indentification key for poster reference GSAA/EPH/10/204, 19 Dec 2013 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This item is an identification key showing each student depicted in the photograph on the poster under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/204. It was created by Katie Hawson who was a volunteer at The Glasgow School Of Art Archives and Collections in 2013. Eddie Stewart, a former painting and printmaking tutor at the school helped Katie to identify each individual.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/204a
GSAA/EPH/10/205, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art fashion show, [Mar 1987] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised a fashion show which was held in The Glasgow School Of Art's Assembly Hall. Each show was held at 7.30pm and tickets were priced at £2.50 with a £1 discount for concessions. Hely Hairdressers were responsible for styling the models' hair.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/205
Dimensions: 521 x 780 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers of colour using red, green and blue inks.
Related Material: Other material relating to the fashion shows can be found at DC 093.

Subject(s):

Fashion shows

GSAA/EPH/10/206, (Item) Poster for the furniture, interior and product design degree show, [May 1983] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised the furniture, interior and product design degree show in 1983. The exhibition showcased the work of graduating students from each of these courses and was held in the Newbery Lounge in the Newbery Tower at The Glasgow School Of Art. The image used on the poster shows the exhibitors sitting on the steps of the Mackintosh Building.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/206
Dimensions: 895 x 639 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink with pen marks in yellow, red, blue and grey.
GSAA/EPH/10/207, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by postgraduate fine art students, [May 1987] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster is one of an edition of 100 posters advertising an exhibition which showcased the work of graduating postgraduate fine art students from The Glasgow School Of Art in 1987. The exhibition was held in the Mackintosh Building from the 13th to the 18th of June. Exhibitors included:

- Carolyn Angus

- Jean Baird

- Stephen Beddoe

- Di Blenkinsop

- Stephen Conroy

- Ashley Cook

- Lorraine Cotterell

- Peter Quinn

- Fiona Robertson

- Anne Russell

- Andrew J Scott

- Lucinda Wilkinson

- Lorraine R. Turley

Ashley Cook designed and printed the poster. Fiona Robertson went on to work as head of the fourth year painting and printmaking course at The Glasgow School Of Art.

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/207
Dimensions: 898 x 636 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in five layers of colour using lime, green, red and black inks. The black has been done in two layers.

Creator(s):

Cook, Ashley

GSAA/EPH/10/208, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by Brian Kelly, Late 20th Century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of prints done by the artist Brian Kelly. The exhibition was held in the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/208
Dimensions: 838 x 590 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in eight layers of colour using red, yellow, three layers of green and three layers of black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/209, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of drawings by first year students, [Mar 1983] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of drawings by first year students at The Glasgow School Of Art.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/209
Dimensions: 900 x 640 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in one layer of black ink with half-dot image on white card.
GSAA/EPH/10/210, (Item) Poster for a lecture by Louis Hellman, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture by illustrator and architect Louis Hellman. Hellman is known for his satirical illustrative drawings that comment on current architectural trends. The lecture was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre at The Glasgow School Of Art and was advertised as "an illustrated talk on architecture and cartoons".
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/210
Related Material: A duplicate copy of this poster using one more layer of pink ink can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/73.
Dimensions: 1112 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of colour in red, maroon and grey inks on paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/211, (Item) Poster for a 'New Music Group' event, c1970 Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This poster advertised an event featuring the New Music Group which was held in architecture studio 30 in the Mackintosh Building. According to previous deputy director of the school Jimmy Cosgrove, the New Music Group was a fusion of medieval and modern musical styles. This event is believed to be associated with Neil Morrison who was a tutor at The Glasgow School Of Art. Morrison was known for making his own lutes and playing numerous concerts at both the Third Eye Centre and The Glasgow School Of Art.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/211
Dimensions: 1102 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour in orange and black inks. The orange layer is a bleed print.
GSAA/EPH/10/212, (Item) Poster for a lecture by John Wright, c1980 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a lecture by artist John Wright which was held in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre. The lecture centred around Wright's travels across the Sahara to Tassili and he included colour slides of his journey.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/212
Related Material: A duplicate copy of this poster can be found under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/108.
Dimensions: 1200 x 760 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers of colour using pink, orange and black inks on white paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/213, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by Ralph Steadman, [Feb 1981] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of work by the illustrator Ralph Steadman which was held in the Bourdon Building at The Glasgow School Of Art in March 1981. Steadman is known for his illustrative work with Hunter S. Thompson, Private Eye Magazine and The New York Times.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/213
Related Material: A duplicate copy of this poster can be found under reference number GSAA/EPH/10/173.
Dimensions: 639 x 897 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour in red and black inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/214, (Item) Untitled poster, [Late 20th century] Add to your favourites. 
Description: Unfortunately, there is no contextual information regarding this poster.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/214
Dimensions: 964 x 754 mm
Physical Description: Screen print using one layer of ink on paper and featuring a half dot image.
GSAA/EPH/10/215, (Item) Poster for a film competition at The Glasgow School Of Art, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised a competition at The Glasgow School Of Art. Entries of feature films, documentaries and animation work were encouraged.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/215
Dimensions: 1000 x 700 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of colour using red, black and two grey inks on white card.
Related Material: duplicate of GSAA/EPH/10/182
GSAA/EPH/10/216, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, [Mar 1986] Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: This item forms part of a large scale poster advertising The Glasgow School Of Art's 1986 activities week. This portion of the poster advertises a fashion show which was held in the school's Assembly Hall from the 10th to the 15th of March. Tickets were priced at £2.50 with a £1 discount for concessions. Taylor Fergusson hairdressers were responsible for styling the models' hair and the set was designed by the Royal Scottish Academy Of Music And Drama.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/216
Dimensions: 592 x 918 mm
Physical Description: Screen Print done in a two layer bleed print using blue and black inks.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/216 up to GSAA/EPH/10/219 are all part of the same large scale poster.
GSAA/EPH/10/217, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, [Mar 1986] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This item forms part of a large scale poster advertising The Glasgow School Of Art's 1986 activities week. This portion of the poster advertises a fashion show which was held in the school's Assembly Hall from the 10th to the 15th of March. Tickets were priced at £2.50 with a £1 discount for concessions. Taylor Fegusson hairdressers were responsible for styling the model's hair and the set was designed by the Royal Scottish Academy Of Music And Drama.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/217
Dimensions: 1025 x 765 mm
Physical Description: Black sheet on paper.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/216 up to GSAA/EPH/10/219 are all part of the same large scale poster.
GSAA/EPH/10/218, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, [Mar 1986] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This item forms part of a large scale poster advertising The Glasgow School Of Art's 1986 activities week. This portion of the poster advertises a fashion show which was held in the school's Assembly Hall from the 10th to the 15th of March. Tickets were priced at £2.50 with a £1 discount for concessions. Taylor Fergusson hairdressers were responsible for styling the models' hair and the set was designed by the Royal Scottish Academy Of Music And Drama.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/218
Dimensions: 1025 x 765 mm
Physical Description: Black sheet on paper.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/216 up to GSAA/EPH/10/219 are all part of the same large scale poster.
GSAA/EPH/10/219, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, [Mar 1986] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This item forms part of a large scale poster advertising The Glasgow School Of Art's 1986 activities week. This portion of the poster advertises a fashion show which was held in the school's Assembly Hall from the 10th to the 15th of March. Tickets were priced at £2.50 with a £1 discount for concessions. Taylor Fergusson hairdressers were responsible for styling the model's hair and the set was designed by the Royal Scottish Academy Of Music And Drama.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/219
Dimensions: 1025 x 765 mm
Physical Description: Black sheet with red square.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/216 up to GSAA/EPH/10/219 are all part of the same large scale poster.
GSAA/EPH/10/220, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This item is one of nine sections of a large scale poster advertising lectures given by Bob Godfrey and Joe McGrath during The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week in 1971. Bob Godfrey is best known for his animated cartoons such as Roobarb and Custard and Henry's Cat. Joe McGrath is a Scottish director famous for his films Casino Royal and The Magic Christian. The entire poster would have been one of many displayed on huge billboards on Renfrew Street to advertise events happening during each of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/220
Dimensions: 1025 x 765 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour in red and black inks.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/220 up to GSAA/EPH/10/229 are all part of the same large scale poster with the exception of reference number GSAA/EPH/10/223.
GSAA/EPH/10/221, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This item is the top left section of a large scale poster advertising lectures given by Bob Godfrey and Joe McGrath during The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week. Bob Godfrey is best known for his animated cartoons such as Roobarb and Custard and Henry's Cat. Joe McGrath is a Scottish director famous for his films Casino Royal and The Magic Christian. The entire poster would have been one of many displayed on huge billboards on Renfrew Street to advertise events happening during each of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks.
Extent: 2 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/221
Dimensions: 1025 x 765 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using red and black inks. 2 copies.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/220 up to GSAA/EPH/10/229 are all part of the same large scale poster with the exception of reference number GSAA/EPH/10/223.
GSAA/EPH/10/222, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This item is part of the centre section of a large scale poster advertising lectures given by Bob Godfrey and Joe McGrath during The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week in 1971. Bob Godfrey is best known for his animated cartoons such as Roobarb and Custard and Henry's Cat. Joe McGrath is a Scottish director famous for his films Casino Royal and The Magic Christian. The entire poster would have been one of many displayed on huge billboards on Renfrew Street to advertise events happening during each of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/222
Dimensions: 1025 x 765 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in five layers of ink.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/220 up to GSAA/EPH/10/229 are all part of the same large scale poster with the exception of reference number GSAA/EPH/10/223.
GSAA/EPH/10/223, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, Late 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is believed to be a section of a large scale poster which would have been displayed on a huge billboard on Renfrew Street to advertise The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/223
Dimensions: 1025 x 765 mm
Physical Description: Black sheet with a red rectangle and a white border.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/220 up to GSAA/EPH/10/230 are all part of the same large scale poster.
GSAA/EPH/10/224, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This item is the top centre section of a large scale poster advertising lectures given by Bob Godfrey and Joe McGrath during The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week in 1971. Bob Godfrey is best known for his animated cartoons such as Roobarb and Custard and Henry's Cat. Joe McGrath is a Scottish director famous for his films Casino Royal and The Magic Christian. The entire poster would have been one of many displayed on huge billboards on Renfrew Street to advertise events happening during each of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/224
Dimensions: 1025 x 765 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using red and black inks.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/220 up to GSAA/EPH/10/229 are all part of the same large scale poster with the exception of reference number GSAA/EPH/10/223.
GSAA/EPH/10/225, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This item is the centre right section of a large scale poster advertising lectures given by Bob Godfrey and Joe McGrath during The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week in 1971. Bob Godfrey is best known for his animated cartoons such as Roobarb and Custard and Henry's Cat. Joe McGrath is a Scottish director famous for his films Casino Royal and The Magic Christian. The entire poster would have been one of many displayed on huge billboards on Renfrew Street to advertise events happening during each of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/225
Dimensions: 1025 x 765 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using red and black inks.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/220 up to GSAA/EPH/10/229 are all part of the same large scale poster with the exception of reference number GSAA/EPH/10/223.
GSAA/EPH/10/226, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This item is the centre left section of a large scale poster advertising lectures given by Bob Godfrey and Joe McGrath during The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week in 1971. Bob Godfrey is best known for his animated cartoons such as Roobarb and Custard and Henry's Cat. Joe McGrath is a Scottish director famous for his films Casino Royal and The Magic Christian. The entire poster would have been one of many displayed on huge billboards on Renfrew Street to advertise events happening during each of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/226
Dimensions: 1025 x 765 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in four layers of ink.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/220 up to GSAA/EPH/10/229 are all part of the same large scale poster with the exception of reference number GSAA/EPH/10/223.
GSAA/EPH/10/227, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This item is the bottom centre section of a large scale poster advertising lectures given by Bob Godfrey and Joe McGrath during The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week in 1971. Bob Godfrey is best known for his animated cartoons such as Roobarb and Custard and Henry's Cat. Joe McGrath is a Scottish director famous for his films Casino Royal and The Magic Christian. The entire poster would have been one of many displayed on huge billboards on Renfrew Street to advertise events happening during each of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/227
Dimensions: 1025 x 765 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using red and black inks.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/220 up to GSAA/EPH/10/229 are all part of the same large scale poster with the exception of reference number GSAA/EPH/10/223.
GSAA/EPH/10/228, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This item is the bottom right section of a large scale poster advertising lectures given by Bob Godfrey and Joe McGrath during The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week in 1971. Bob Godfrey is best known for his animated cartoons such as Roobarb and Custard and Henry's Cat. Joe McGrath is a Scottish director famous for his films Casino Royal and The Magic Christian. The entire poster would have been one of many displayed on huge billboards on Renfrew Street to advertise events happening during each of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/228
Dimensions: 1025 x 765 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour using red and black inks.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/220 up to GSAA/EPH/10/229 are all part of the same large scale poster with the exception of reference number GSAA/EPH/10/223.
GSAA/EPH/10/229, (Item) Poster for The Glasgow School Of Art activities week, [Feb 1971] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This item is the bottom left section of a large scale poster advertising lectures given by Bob Godfrey and Joe McGrath during The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities week in 1971. Bob Godfrey is best known for his animated cartoons such as Roobarb and Custard and Henry's Cat. Joe McGrath is a Scottish director famous for his films Casino Royal and The Magic Christian. The entire poster would have been one of many displayed on huge billboards on Renfrew Street to advertise events happening during each of The Glasgow School Of Art's annual activities weeks.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/229
Dimensions: 1025 x 765 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour in red and black inks.
Related Material: Items under reference numbers GSAA/EPH/10/220 up to GSAA/EPH/10/229 are all part of the same large scale poster with the exception of reference number GSAA/EPH/10/223.
GSAA/EPH/10/230, (Item) Poster for GSA Fashion Show, [Mar 2011] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This is a poster for the 3rd year Textiles Fashion Show held at 7pm and 9pm each night from 8th-9th Mar 2011 . The event was accompanied by a boutique and secret postcard sale with an aftershow party held at the Buff Club. The event was sponsored by Mandors Fabric Store, Buchanan Galleries shopping centre, PRI and Mash amplification.

One of the themes of this year'’s fashion show was the Newbery Tower, which was due for demolition during the School'’s summer vacation in 2011. The Archives also hold digital images of the secret postcard sale, which involved the selling of postcards created by past and present students on the theme of the Newbery Tower.

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/230
Dimensions: 503 x 706 mm
Physical Description: Digital colour print.
Related Material: Other material relating to the fashion shows can be found at DC 093.

Creator(s):

Asieidu, Mary

Subject(s):

Fashion shows

GSAA/EPH/10/231, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of posters by Paul Peter Piech, [Apr 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: The poster advertised an exhibition held in the Mackintosh Museum at GSA, showcasing the work of Paul Peter Piech. Piech is known for his work in graphic design and predominantly working with linocut techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/231
Dimensions: 622 x 445 mm
Physical Description: Collagraph print using one layer of black ink on white card.
GSAA/EPH/10/232, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Mayfest Illustrations', [May 1994] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster was used to advertise an exhibition of work by Glasgow School of Art students held at Glasgow Green as part of the Glasgow Mayfest in 1994. Poster design by Lyn Jarvie. Illustration by Rosalind Venet.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/232
Physical Description: Lithograph print using three layers of colour in blue and red inks.
Dimensions: 594 x 420 mm

Creator(s):

Venet, Rosalind - Jarvie, Lyn

GSAA/EPH/10/233, (Item) Poster for GSA Fashion Show, [Feb 2008] Add to your favourites. 
Description: The poster advertises GSA Fashion Show that was held in the Vic Bar from the 4th-5th March 2008, with tickets priced at £7.50 and £5.50 for concessions. There were two shows held at 7pm and 9pm.
Extent: 1 copy
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/233
Physical Description: Digital colour print.
Dimensions: 603 x 421 mm
Related Material: Other material relating to the fashion shows can be found at DC 093.

Subject(s):

Fashion shows

GSAA/EPH/10/234, (Item) Poster for the Sculpture and Environmental Art Degree Show, [Jun 2011] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster was designed to advertise the 2011 annual degree show. The image on the front of the poster shows all the graduating students exhibiting that year. Names included:

Alice Steffen

Lucy Livingstone

Gillian Mairi Alexander

Amy Cowell

Sinead Young

Any Dolan

Alicia Matthews

Amy Malcolm

James Stephen Wright

Lorraine Hamilton

Ashanti Harris

Silvia Sellitto

Hannah Brackston

Ricahrd McMaster

Beth Dynowski

Katie Joice

Callum Angus Bell

Kath Aird Lightbody

Dereck Mitchell

Lou Prendergast

Romany Dear

Hazel Moore

Emily Ilet

Emily Roo

Erin Stevenson

Jamie Clements

Katy Wallwork

Joe Sloan

Julia Scott

Euan Ogilvie

Kari Corbett

Lucy Eleanor Freeman

On the reverse of the poster a small image of each individual student's work is shown.

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/234
Dimensions: 840 x 593 mm
Physical Description: Digital print on white paper.
GSAA/EPH/10/235, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Billy Liar', [Dec 2009] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Emily Harding has designed a poster for the John Schlesinger film 'Billy Liar'. Harding has created the poster using screen printing techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/235
Alternate Format: 1
Physical Description: Screen print using two layers of colour in black and red ink. The red layer of colour shows illustrated images that have been printed using a half-dot stencil.

Creator(s):

Harding, Emily

GSAA/EPH/10/236, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'The Passion of Joan of Arc', [Apr 2010] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Robert Heatherington has designed a poster for the Carl Dreygar film 'The Passion of Joan of Arc'. Heatherington has created the poster using screen print techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/236
Dimensions: 361 x 545 mm
Physical Description: Screen print using three layers of grey and black inks on white paper. The image used for the background has been printed using a mixture of white and black inks pulled over a rectangular stencil.

Creator(s):

Heatherington, Robert

GSAA/EPH/10/237, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Orphee', [Jan 2009] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Eleanor Hodeson has designed a poster for the Jean Cocteau's film 'Orphee'. The poster itself has been created using screen print techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/237
Alternate Format: 1
Dimensions: 417 x 579 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done with three layers of ink in orange, black and blue inks on sugar paper.

Creator(s):

Hodeson, Eleanor

GSAA/EPH/10/238, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'The Colour of Pomegranates', [Nov 2010] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Jess Copsey has designed a poster for the Sergei Parajanov film 'The Colour of Pomegranates'. The poster has been created using screen printing techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/238
Alternate Format: 1
Dimensions: 692 x 422 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done with three layers of colour in grey, black and pink inks on white card. Green and blue marker pens have been used on top of the printed sections.

Creator(s):

Copsey, Jess

GSAA/EPH/10/239, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Alice in den Städten', [Nov 2010] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Oona Brown has designed a poster for the Wim Wender's film 'Alice in the Cities'. Brown has used screen printing techniques to create the poster.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/239
Alternate Format: 1
Dimensions: 592 x 411 mm
Physical Description: Screen print using two layers of black and orange inks on white paper.

Creator(s):

Brown, Oona

GSAA/EPH/10/240, (Item) Poster for a film screening of avant-garde short films, [Apr 2010] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Annie Ricard Strauss has designed a poster advertisting a screening of avant-garde films, the poster has been created using screen printing techniques.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/240
Alternate Format: 1
Dimensions: 407 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Screen print  done with four layers of colour using CMYK inks, on white paper.

Creator(s):

Straus, Annie Ricard

GSAA/EPH/10/241, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Century of the Self: Happiness Machines', [Oct 2009] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Grace Gallacher has designed a poster for the Adam Curtis documentary 'Century of the Self: Happiness Machines'. The poster has been created using screen printing techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/241
Alternate Format: 1
Dimensions: 562 x 370 mm
Physical Description: Screen print using two layers of colour in black and red inks. One layer using a half-dot image, all printed on green sugar paper.

Creator(s):

Gallacher, Grace

GSAA/EPH/10/242, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Wise Blood', [Oct 2009] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Anna Kray has designed a poster for the John Huston film 'Wise Blood'. The poster has been created using screen printing techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/242
Alternate Format: 1
Dimensions: 594 x 406 mm
Physical Description: Screen print using three layers of colour in red, white and black inks on sugar paper.

Creator(s):

Kray, Anna

GSAA/EPH/10/243, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Kapurush', [Apr 2010] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Essi Kimpanyaki has designed a poster for the film 'Kapurush'. To create the poster Kimpanyaki has used screen printmaking techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/243
Alternate Format: 1
Physical Description: Screen print using three layers of colour in black, orange and red inks.
Dimensions: 449 x 306 mm

Creator(s):

Kimpanyaki, Essi

GSAA/EPH/10/244, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Bronco Bull Frog', [Mar 2010] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Janine Shaw has designed a poster for the Barney Platts-Mills film 'Bronco Bull Frog'. To create the poster Shaw has used collagraph printmaking techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/244
Alternate Format: 1
Physical Description: Collagraph print using three layers of colour in blue and black inks.
Dimensions: 594 x 420 mm

Creator(s):

Shaw, Jamie

GSAA/EPH/10/245, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Wisconsin Death Trip', [Apr 2010] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Oliver Pitt has designed a poster for the James Marsh film 'Wisconsin Death Trip'. The poster has been created using screen printing techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/245
Alternate Format: 1
Physical Description: This is a screen print using two layers of black and yellow inks.
Dimensions: 595 x 419 mm

Creator(s):

Pitt, Oliver

GSAA/EPH/10/246, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Inferno', 2010 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Eva Dolgyra has designed a poster for the Dario Argento film 'Inferno'. The poster has been created using collagraph printmaking techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/246
Alternate Format: 1
Physical Description: Collagraph print using two layers of luminous red and black inks.
Dimensions: 472 x 344 mm

Creator(s):

Dolgyra, Eva

GSAA/EPH/10/247, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Tampopo', [Mar 2010] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example student Li Lui has designed a poster for the Japanese film 'Tampopo', using collograph printmaking techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/247
Alternate Format: 1
Physical Description: This is a collagraph print using four layers of colour in yellow, red, orange and brown inks.
Dimensions: 645 x 420 mm

Creator(s):

Li, Lui

GSAA/EPH/10/248, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Little Otik', [Jan 2009] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Catriona Hood has designed a poster for the Jan Svankmejer film 'Little Otik'. The poster has been created using off-set lithography techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/248
Alternate Format: 1
Physical Description: Lithograph print using three layers of colour in blue, brown and yellow inks.
Dimensions: 819 x 519 mm

Creator(s):

Hood, Catriona

GSAA/EPH/10/249, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Umburto D.', [Mar 2010] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Aileen Crossley has designed a poster for the Virrorio Di Sica film 'Umburto D'. Crossley has created the poster using lithography techniques.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/249
Alternate Format: 1
Dimensions: 800 x 513 mm
Physical Description: Lithograph print using two layers of ink in green and black.

Creator(s):

Crossley, Aileen

GSAA/EPH/10/250, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Nosferatu', [Jan 2008] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Luo Tao has created a poster for Werner Herzog's film Nosferatu, using two etching plates in black and red inks, created in an edition of five.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/250
Alternate Format: 1
Dimensions: 806 x 555 mm
Physical Description: Etching using two plates with red and black inks on white paper.

Creator(s):

Tao, Lua

GSAA/EPH/10/251, (Item) Poster for an exhibiton of Charle Rennie Mackintosh's work in Pyrénées-Orientales in France, [Aug 2004] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

The poster advertised an exhibition showcasing work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh which was held in Port Vendres in the Pyrénées-Orientales in the South of France. On the poster it says "Un Ecossais En Catalogne", which translates as "A Scottish in Catalonia". Featured on the front of the poster is an image of a landscape watercolour of La Rue du Soleil, a piece by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Mackintosh has strong associations with the South of France as he and Margaret MacDonald lived there from 1923 to 1927.

The exhibition itself was held in association with the Entente Cordiale and the Glasgow School of Art.

Extent: 2 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/251
Dimensions: 491 x 452 mm
Physical Description: Lithograph print: offset lithograph print using CMYK inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/252, (Item) Poster for Charles Rennie Macintosh exhibition entitled '20 chairs - 100 years', 2003 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster features a grey Mackintosh portrait focusing on his moustache, grey and orange in colour. Also features line drawings of Mackintosh chairs. The exhibition of twenty Mackintosh chairs from the Glasgow School of Art's collection formed part of the opening celebrations at Norway’s newest cultural attraction, the Jugenstilsenteret (Art Nouveau Centre), in Ålesund, from the 6th June to 12th Oct 2003. Similar to Glasgow, this city is one of the founding partners of the EU-funded Réseau Art Nouveau Network. The School’s contribution was hoped to inspire further cultural and artistic ties between the two countries.
Extent: 2 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/252
Dimensions: 490 x 490 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/253, (Item) Poster for a Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition in Norway entitled '20 chairs - 100 years', 2003 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster features white images of twenty chairs with grey text to advertise an exhibition held in Jugendstilsenteret, Ålesund, Norway, from 6th June to the 12th Oct 2003. The exhibition of twenty Mackintosh chairs from the Glasgow School of Art's collection formed part of the opening celebrations at Norway’s newest cultural attraction, the Jugenstilsenteret (Art Nouveau Centre), in Ålesund. Similar to Glasgow, this city is one of the founding partners of the EU-funded Réseau Art Nouveau Network. The School’s contribution was hoped to inspire further cultural and artistic ties between the two countries.
Extent: 2 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/253
Dimensions: -
GSAA/EPH/10/254, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of Charles Rennie Mackintosh in Japan, 1979 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertises a Japanese exhibition of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's work.The poster is white, has pink and navy writing and includes an image of a Mackintosh chair. From Art Today, the poster is a design by Ikko Tanaka for 'Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design' in 1979.
Extent: 2 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/254
Physical Description: Photographic image with text in navy and pink ink.
GSAA/EPH/10/255, (Item) Poster for Charles Rennie Mackintosh in association with Japanese Department Store, Late 20th to early 21st century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This sky blue poster features a Charles Rennie Mackintosh chair and a distinctly dressed female wearing make-up and a blonde wig. Mackintosh's work was heavily influenced by Japanese design and culture. This poster advertises an association with Mackintosh's work and the Japanese Department store chain Daimaru.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/255
Dimensions: 365 x 511 mm
Physical Description: Lithograph print, off set using four colour separation in CMYK inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/256, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh, entitled 'The 1933 Memorial Exhibition: A Reconstruction', 1983 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh in 1983 at the Fine Art Society, 134 Blythswood Street, Glasgow, which ran from 24 Aug to 26 Sep 1983. Entitled 'The 1933 Memorial Exhibition: A Reconstruction', it was part of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society's 10th Anniversary Celebrations (1973-1983). The poster features a watercolour painting of a flower in lilac, white and black paint.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/256
Physical Description: Printed in lilac, white and black.
GSAA/EPH/10/257, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Nancy Architecture 1900', 1978 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster for an exhibition of French Art Nouveau architecture which ran from 31st May to 15th June 1978, featuring a black and white line drawing.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/257
Dimensions: 595 x 610 mm
Physical Description: Printed in black and white.
GSAA/EPH/10/258, (Item) Poster for a Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition in Certaldo, 1988 Add to your favourites. 
Description: In 1988, a Mackintosh architecture exhibition opened in Certaldo in Tuscany, Italy. It was organised by Comune di Certaldo in Palazzo Vicariale di Certaldo from 31st July to 30th September. A book was published by Electa Firenze about the exhibition including images of architectural drawings, photographs, sketches and paintings. This image is of a blue, beige, and black coloured architectural drawing.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/258
Dimensions: 290 x 790 mm
Physical Description: Printed in blue, beige, and black.
GSAA/EPH/10/259, (Item) Poster for a Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition in Certaldo, 1988 Add to your favourites. 
Description: In 1988, a Mackintosh architecture exhibition opened in Certaldo in Tuscany, Italy. It was organised by Comune di Certaldo in Palazzo Vicariale di Certaldo from 31st July to 30th September. A book was published by Electa Firenze about the exhibition including images of architectural drawings, photographs, sketches and paintings. It features a Willow Tea Rooms drawing in cream, black, blue, green red and purple.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/259
Dimensions: 385 x 760 mm
Physical Description: The image is printed using cream, black, blue, red, green and purple inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/260, (Item) Poster for a Mackintosh exhibition in Darmstadt, [Jan 1968] Add to your favourites. 
Description: The poster advertised an exhibition of work by the Scottish architect, artist and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The show was held in the German town of Darmstadt, known for its Art Nouveau architecture and design. The show was held in the Hesse State Museum and was open from the 27th of February to 4th of May 1969. The poster is a graphic design by Fritz Fischer.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/260
Dimensions: 853 x 608 mm

Creator(s):

Fischer, Fritz

GSAA/EPH/10/261, (Item) Poster for a Centenary Exhibition of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, [Sep 1968] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition marking the centenary of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's birth. The show itself was held in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London and was open to the public from the 30th of October to 5th of December 1968. The exhibition was sponsored by the Edinburgh Festival Society and arranged by the Scottish Arts Council.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/261
Physical Description: This poster was made as a lithograph print with five colour separation on paper. It uses black, white, purple and gold ink with a Mackintosh design on the top corner.
Dimensions: 754 x 504 mm

Creator(s):

David J Clark Ltd

GSAA/EPH/10/262, (Item) Poster for a Charles Rennie Mackintosh Exhibition, 1988 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is for a Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition at the Glasgow School of Art, which ran from 1st July to 30 September 1988. The poster has a black and white design with orange font. It uses a geometric pattern which mimicks a Charles Rennie Mackintosh chair design.
Extent: 2 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/262
Dimensions: 1005 x 680 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/263, (Item) Broadsheet Poster of The Hill House, Helensburgh, [Early 1980s] Add to your favourites. 
Description: Broadsheet poster on Scottish Architecture featuring Mackintosh's Hill House, Helensburgh.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/263
Dimensions: 880 x 605 mm
Physical Description: The broadsheet has a cream, yellow and black ink design with text.
GSAA/EPH/10/264, (Item) Poster for Japanese exhibition of Mackintosh, 1985 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster was made for a Japanese exhibition of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. It incorporates a square repeat pattern with roses and photo of a Mackintosh seat.
Extent: 2 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/264
Physical Description: This poster is made with silver, yellow, pink and green ink in the Mackintosh style of design. One copy is signed and boarded.
Dimensions: 1025 x 730 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/265, (Item) Poster for a series of talks marking the 10th anniversary of the CRM Society, [Jul 1983] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster advertised a seminar on Charles Rennie Mackintosh which was arranged to mark the 10th anniversary of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society.

Speakers included:

- Thomas Howarth (Toronto): the Mackintosh Interior

- Sir Denys Lasdun (London): CRM and Architect's Appraisal

- Andy MacMillan (Glasgow): Mackintosh and the National Expression

- Dennis Sharp (London): Muthesius and Mackintosh

- Mackintosh Authors: Roger Billcliffe, Robert MacLeod, Thomas Howarth, Andy MacMillan

- Clause Frontisi (Paris): Hector Guimard

- Juan Bassegoda (Barcelona): Antonio Gaudi

- Szirmai Janos (Budapest): Odon Lechner

- John Archer (London): Edgar Wood

- Paul Sprague (USA): Louis Sullivan

- Robert Judson Clark (Princeton USA): Josef Olbrich

- Don Kalec (Chicago, USA): Frank Lloyd Wright

- Randall MacLeod (Bristol): W.R. Lethaby

- Peter Vergo (Colchester): Wiener Werkstaat

- Christian Witt-Doring (Vienna): Vienna furniture, 1900

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/265
Dimensions: 416 x 511 mm
Physical Description: This poster was made using the letterpress printing technique with two colour separation in black and pink inks. It was printed on the Glasgow School of Art campus using the Foulis Press.
GSAA/EPH/10/266, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of the work of The Glasgow Girls, 1890-1930, 2010 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster for a major exhibition of painting, decorative and applied art by the Glasgow Girls from 1890 to 1930 uses an Eleanor Allen Moore painting as the background. It was a touring exhibition by the Kirkcudbright 2000 group. Over 100 exhibits were provided by the three main Scottish collections of 'Glasgow Girls' work - Glasgow Museums, The Glasgow School of Art and the Hunterian Gallery of the University of Glasgow, and the exhibition ran from 19th Nov to 20th Dec 2010.

Artists and makers represented included Annie French, Margaret Gilmour, Norah Nielson Gray, Jessie M. King, Frances and Margaret Macdonald, Jessie Newbery and many others. Several private individuals also lent significant works, many of which had never been viewed in public before.

The exhibition was curated by Liz Arthur, formerly a Glasgow Museums curator, who was involved in the last major exhibition on the 'Glasgow Girls' in Glasgow 1990. She also wrote a book to co-incide with this exhibition: 'Glasgow Girls : Artists and Designers 1890-1930' (Alba Printers Ltd, 2010). The exhibition was accompanied by a series of Lunchtime Lectures.

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/266
Dimensions: 600 x 420 mm
Physical Description: This poster uses a photographic image of an Eleanor Allen Moore painting as the background.
GSAA/EPH/10/267, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Contemporary Visions', [Jul 1990] Add to your favourites. 
Description:

This poster advertised an exhibition showcasing work made by seven international architects who were asked to produce work inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The poster conveys how "seven of the world's leading architects have made installations in the Glasgow School of Art. They are personal homages to Charles Rennie Mackintosh and a mark of his international significance today." The poster was designed by Blue Peach, Glasgow. The show, held in the Mackintosh Museum on the Glasgow School of Art's campus featured the work of:

- Filippo Alison (Naples)

- Edward Cullinan (London)

- Aldo Van Eyck (Amsterdam)

- Hans Hollein (Vienna)

- Arata Isozaki (Tokyo)

- Lean Krier (Luxembourg)

- Stanley Tigerman (Chicago)

Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/267
Dimensions: 715 x 519 mm
Physical Description: The poster is a lithograph print using a three colour separation process on white paper. The orange, tan, black and white Mackintosh portrait is imposed graphically over architecture drawings.
GSAA/EPH/10/268, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Mackintosh in Context: the European Connection', [Jul 1990] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster, which is orange in colour, advertised an exhibition of work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, which was held in the Mackintosh Building, Room 31, on the Glasgow School of Art campus. The show focused on 'Mackintosh in Context: the European Connection', running from the 7th of July until the 18th of August 1990. The exhibition was sponsored by Black Bottle Scotch Whisky.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/268
Dimensions: 590 x 421 mm
Physical Description: This poster was made using the lithograph offset print process using four layers of CMYK inks.
GSAA/EPH/10/269, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Lost Furniture Found', 1982 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is for an exhibition of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's lost furniture from the Glasgow School of Art in association with the Glasgow Herald. The poster features Miss Kate Cranston's bedroom suite, which Mackintosh designed in 1904.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/269
Dimensions: 600 x 425 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/270, (Item) Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Glasgow Girls - Women in the Art School, 1880-1920', 1988 Add to your favourites. 
Description: An archival image of women in the studio working on sculptures for a Glasgow Girls exhibition at the Glasgow School of Art. This poster advertises an exhibition of work by the Glasgow Girls between 1880 and 1920 in the Mackintosh Museum from 15th July to 31st August 1988. The poster has purple hand-written lettering which is partially covered by a white box displaying the exhibition details, including the location at the Glasgow School of Art and the dates and times.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/270
Dimensions: 610 x 430 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/271, (Item) Poster for an anniversary exhibition of work by Jessie M. King, [Apr 1979] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster depicts a portrait of the artist with pink and blue fonts on a white background. It advertises a touring exhibition of the work of Jessie M. King, who is known for her book illustrations and paintings which are very much associated with the Glasgow Style. Known as one of the Glasgow Girls, the exhibition of King's work in 1979 marked the 20th anniversary of her death and was first shown at the Tolbooth Art Centre on Hill Street, Kirkcudbright from 4th June to 18th July. Later that same year, the exhibition was held at the Glasgow School of Art's Mackintosh Building from 27th July to 3rd September. The exhibition itself was sponsored by the Robertson Trust, The N.S. Macfarlane Trust and the Glasgow School of Art Enterprises.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/271
Dimensions: 420 x 299 mm
Physical Description: A lithograph print using the four colour separation print process with CMYK inks - Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Key (Black).
GSAA/EPH/10/272, (Item) Poster for a Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition in Japan, 1979 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This Japanese poster advertised a Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition. It was designed by graphic designer Ikko Tanaka in 1979 for Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design. The poster uses a pink and navy font on a white background, with an image of a Mackintosh chair.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/272
Dimensions: 1030 x 725 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/273, (Item) Poster for a Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition in Helsinki, 1982 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster showing an image of a Mackintosh chair advertised an exhibition of the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh at the Museum of Applied Arts in Helsinki from 10th December 1982 to 16th January 1983.
Extent: 2 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/273
Dimensions: 595 x 420 mm
Physical Description: This poster has been made with black, white and blue ink.
GSAA/EPH/10/274, (Item) Poster for a Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition in Poland, 1996 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition showcasing the work of Scottish artist, architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Held in the Miezsznorodowego Cultural Centre in Krakow, Poland, the exhibition ran from the 18th of September to 31st of October 1996 and was arranged by the British Council of Poland, with sponsorship from the Polish Airlines Cargo.
Physical Description: A photo lithograph print using one layer of black ink on white card with text.
Dimensions: 700 x 493 mm
Extent: 2 items
GSAA/EPH/10/275, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, [Apr 1996] Add to your favourites. 
Description: The poster advertised an exhibition of work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh that was held in the McLellan Galleries on Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow. The show itself was sponsored by the Whyte and Mackay Group and ran from the 25th of May to 30th of September 1996. Admission to the exhibition was priced at £4 for adults and £2 for concessionary rate. The poster has a geometric square design.
Extent: 2 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/275
Dimensions: 594 x 385 mm
Physical Description: This lithograph print has been made using three off set layers of purple, black and silver inks. It is displayed in a portrait format.
GSAA/EPH/10/276, (Item) Poster for Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition in Copenhagen, 1982 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster advertised an exhibition of the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh which took place at det Danske Kunstindustrimuseum, Kobenhavn, from 10th September to 10th October 1982 and features an image of an iron bird, tree and rose.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/276
Physical Description: The poster was made using blue, black and white ink and is attached to board.
Dimensions: 775 x 510 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/277, (Item) Poster for a film screening of Vivre Sa Vie, [Feb 2012] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Mi Lin has designed a poster for the Jean Luc-Godard film Vivre Sa Vie. Lin has used screen printing techniques to create this poster.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/277
Physical Description: Screen print done in three layers of colour using black, white and red inks on brown sugar paper.
Dimensions: 560 x 450 mm
Creator: Mi Lin

Creator(s):

Lin, Mi

GSAA/EPH/10/278, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'You, the Living', [Mar 2012] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Aaron McLaughlin has designed a poster for the Roy Andresson film 'You, the Living'. McLaughlin used Typeset printing techniques to create this poster.
Extent: 1 copy
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/278
Dimensions: 595 x 420 mm
Physical Description: Typeset print on white card.

Creator(s):

McLaughlin, Aaron

GSAA/EPH/10/279, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Slacker', [Jan 2012] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Tu Lang has designed a poster for the Richard Linklater film Slacker. Lang used photo-lithography techniques to create the poster.
Extent: 1 copy
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/279
Dimensions: 418 x 595 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers, using black and red inks on white paper.

Creator(s):

Lang, Tu

GSAA/EPH/10/280, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'The Rebel', [Jan 2012] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Kate Costigan has designed a poster for the Robert Day film 'The Rebel'. To create this poster Costigan used screenprinting techniques.
Extent: 1 copy
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/280
Dimensions: 297 x 400 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of colour, using black and red ink on white paper.

Creator(s):

Costigan, Kate

GSAA/EPH/10/281, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Our Mother's House', [Jan 2012] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Kim Diamond has designed a poster for Jack Clayton's 1967 film 'Our Mother's House'. Diamond has used screenprinting and collage techniques to create the poster.
Extent: 1 copy
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/281
Dimensions: 506 x 365 mm
Physical Description: Collagraph print with one layer of brown ink on card in the shape of a crucifix and an added element of tracing paper collage.

Creator(s):

Diamond, Kim

GSAA/EPH/10/282, (Item) Poster for a film screening of the film 'M', [Mar 2012] Add to your favourites. 
Description: This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Megan Taylor has designed a poster for the Fritz Lang horror film 'M'. Taylor has screen printed text on to a childs t-shirt reading: "Just you wait, it won't be long. The man in black will soon be here with his cleaver's blade so true, he'll make mincemeat out of you!"
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/282
Dimensions: 480 x 300 mm
Physical Description: Screen print done in two layers of black and red inks, printed onto a child's t-shirt made of cotton.

Creator(s):

Taylor, Megan

GSAA/EPH/10/283, (Item) MDes in Design Innovation, c.2010 Add to your favourites. 
Description: 'Do you have Future Vision?' A poster promoting the MDes in Design Innovation.
Extent: 1 copy
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/283
Dimensions: 420 x 296 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/284, (Item) MsC in Medical Visualisation, c 2010? Add to your favourites. 
Description: A poster promoting the MsC in Medical Visualisation.
Extent: 1 copy
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/284
Dimensions: 420 x 296 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/285, (Item) Haldane Connections, 1990 Add to your favourites. 
Description: A poster advertising "Haldane Connections" exhibition.
Extent: 1 copy
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/285
Dimensions: 590 x 420 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/286, (Item) Ceramics Department Montage, no date Add to your favourites. 
Description: A photograph collage showing the making of a ceramic cast in the Ceramics Department of the GSA.
Extent: 1 copy
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/286
Dimensions: 760 x 505 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/287, (Item) MDes in Animation, 2006-7? Add to your favourites. 
Description: A poster promoting the MDes in Animation.
Extent: 1 copy
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/287
Dimensions: 420 x 297 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/288, (Item) Open Day Poster, 2011 Add to your favourites. 
Description: A poster advertising Open Day in 2011.
Extent: 1 copy
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/288
Dimensions: 592 x 420 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/289, (Item) Big Screen Film Festival, 2012 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Three posters for the Big Screen Film Festival at Glasgow School of Art in June 2012.
Extent: 3 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/289
Custodial History: Aaron McLaughlin, 2012.

Dimensions: 713 x 505 mm

296 x 207 mm

420 x 295 mm

GSAA/EPH/10/290, (Item) Poster for Glasgow School of Art Fashion Show, [March 1963] Add to your favourites. 
Description: Fashion Show poster (in aid of War on Want) for March 1963
Custodial History: Gifted to GSA, in 2016, as part of a larger body of work from the Estate of Janet Johnson.
Former reference: JAC/21
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/290
Extent: 1
GSAA/EPH/10/292, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Sherlock Jr', 30 Nov 2012 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster for a film screening of the Buster Keaton film 'Sherlock Jr' in the Bourdon Lecture Theatre on Friday 30th November, 10:10am.
Extent: 1
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/292
Dimensions: 416 x 585 mm

Creator(s):

Hogg, Ross

GSAA/EPH/10/293, (Item) Poster advertising a film screening of 'Mirror', 12 Mar 2014 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster advertising a film screening of an Andrei Torkovsky film 'Mirror' in the Bourdon Lecture Theatre on Wednesday 12th March, 1:30pm.
Extent: 1
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/293
Dimensions: 416 x 585 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/294, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Radio On', 12 Jan 2011 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster for a film screnning of 'Radio On' by Chris Petit in the Bourdon Lecture Theatre, Wednesday 12th January, 1:30pm
Extent: 1
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/294
Dimensions: 302 x 840 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/295, (Item) Poster for a film screening of 'Mouchette', c2011-2014 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster for a film screening of Vis Com Films 'Mouchette' in the Barnes Lexture Theatre, 20th February.
Extent: 1
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/295
Dimensions: 854 x 636 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/296, (Item) Poster for School of Design and Craft Series 2000, keynote conference by Martine Bedin., Apr 2000 Add to your favourites.(Series) Poster for School of Design and Craft Series 2000, keynote conference by Martine Bedin., Apr 2000 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Keynote conference took place on 25th April 2000.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/296
GSAA/EPH/10/297, (Item) Poster: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow School - Bute Gardens Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 366 x 246 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/298, (Item) Poster: Christopher Frayling - 'Imagining the Future', 1999 Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 420 x 297 mm
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/298
GSAA/EPH/10/299, (Item) Poster: 'A Basketful of Currencies' Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 416 x 295 mm
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/299
GSAA/EPH/10/300, (Item) Poster: 4 after 5 Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 450 x 320 mm
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/300
GSAA/EPH/10/301, (Item) Mackintosh and the Future Add to your favourites. 
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/301
Dimensions: 420 x 297 mm
GSAA/EPH/10/302, (Item) Poster: Robert Paul - Recent Original Prints Add to your favourites. 
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/302
GSAA/EPH/10/303, (Item) Poster: Ann Beaty - Gardens Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 420 x 297 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/304, (Item) Poster: Ernest Hood Webster & Co. Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 420 x 297 mm
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/304
GSAA/EPH/10/305, (Item) Poster: Remarks on Colour Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 297 x 420 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/306, (Item) Poster: Rosemary Beaton Corners Gallery Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 420 x 297 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/307, (Item) Poster: Philip Reeves etchings at Third Eye Centre Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 420 x 299 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/308, (Item) Poster: Joan Eardley, Gerber Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 420 x 295 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/309, (Item) Poster: Glasgow Group, 27th Annual Exhibition Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 426 x 259 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/310, (Item) Poster: Glasgow Group, 29th Annual Exhibition Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 420 x 297 mm
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/310
GSAA/EPH/10/311, (Item) Poster: Smith and Goody Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 420 x 297 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/312, (Item) Poster: Windows on the Soul Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 420 x 297 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/313, (Item) Poster: Hypothethis Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 420 x 297 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/314, (Item) Poster: Evelyn Buchanan Kirkham Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 442 x 290 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/315, (Item) Poster: A Basket Full of Currencies Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster: 'A Basket Full of Currencies' - identical design to GSAA/EPH/10/299
Dimensions: 416 x 296 mm
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/315
GSAA/EPH/10/316, (Item) Poster: Another Island, Andy Stark Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 375 x 474 mm
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/316
GSAA/EPH/10/317, (Item) Poster: Claire Scullion, Traverse Gallery Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 417 x 296 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/318, (Item) Poster: Six Glasgow Photographers, Richard DeMarco Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 480 x 360 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/319, (Item) Poster: Exhibition of Crafts - Scottish Craft Centre Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 513 x 386 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/320, (Item) Poster: Tyler Art Workshop in Scotland Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 434 x 434 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/321, (Item) Poster: Robert Paul Lithographs Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 511 x 380 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/322A, (Item) Poster: LMS - The Firth of Clyde Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster: 'LMS - The Firth of Clyde', for Foulis Archive Press, GSA.
Dimensions: 407 x 482 mm
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/322A
GSAA/EPH/10/322B, (Item) Poster:  'LMS - The Firth of Clyde' Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster: 'LMS - The Firth of Clyde' for Foulis Archive Press, GSA.
Dimensions: 410 x 482 mm
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/322B
GSAA/EPH/10/323, (Item) Poster for the film 'Cul de Sac' Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster for the film 'Cul de Sac', signed by Dennis Crossan
Dimensions: 530 x 371 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/324, (Item) Poster for Adrian Wiszniewski Exhibition, May 1988 Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 565 x 402 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/325, (Item) Poster: The Conformist, Denis Crossan, 1979 Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 428 x 577 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/326, (Item) Poster for exhibition: The Page Right Printed, [April 1973] Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster for exhibition 'The Page Right Printed' in May 1973.
Dimensions: 315 x 237 mm
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/326
Related Material: Identical design to GSAA/EPH/10/09
GSAA/EPH/10/327, (Item) Poster: Like a Shadow, [October 1998] Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster: Like a Shadow - October 1998
Dimensions: 420 x 297 mm
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/327
GSAA/EPH/10/328, (Item) Poster for 'Please do not Bend', [June 2002] Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster for 'Please do not Bend', with signatures. June 2002.
Dimensions: 350 x 580 mm
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/328
GSAA/EPH/10/329, (Item) 'Please do not Bend' poster, [June 2002] Add to your favourites. 
Description: 'Please do not Bend' poster. June 2002. Identical poster to GSAA/EPH/10/328, but without added signatures.
Dimensions: 350 x 580 mm
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/329
GSAA/EPH/10/330, (Item) Poster for Degree Show 2000, [2000] Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 490 x 400 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/331, (Item) Poster reading 'Art Nouveau Stock on Display in GSA Lending Library' Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster reading 'Art Nouveau Stock on Display in GSA Lending Library'. Poster designed by Ewan A Macdonald.
Dimensions: 593 x 393 mm
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/331
GSAA/EPH/10/332, (Item) Poster reading 'Women's Studies Stock on Display in GSA Lending Library' Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster reading 'Women's Studies Stock on Display in GSA Lending Library'. Poster designed by Ewan A Macdonald .
Dimensions: 588 x 419 mm
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/332
Extent: 1item
GSAA/EPH/10/333, (Item) Poster for an exhibition of James D. Robertson paintings, [Sept 2000] Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster for an exhibition of James D. Robertson paintings taking place in September 2000.
Dimensions: 593 x 420 mm
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/333
GSAA/EPH/10/334, (Item) Poster for RSA competition for students, 1987 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster for RSA competition for students, 1987. Featuring orange and blue artwork.
Dimensions: 561 x 400 mm
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/334
GSAA/EPH/10/335, (Item) Poster for RSA competition for students, 1987 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster for RSA competition for students, 1987. Featuring red and green artwork.
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 561 x 430 mm
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/335
GSAA/EPH/10/336, (Item) Poster: European Paper Artists, [Dec 1990] Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster: European Paper Artists, Glasgow Print Studio
Dimensions: 620 x 360 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/337, (Item) Poster for Honours Degree Courses in Art and Design, Architecture and Planning Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 597 x 422 mm
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/337
GSAA/EPH/10/338, (Item) Poster: Design Workshop in Scotland - GSA and Tyler School of Art Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 585 x 355 mm
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/338
GSAA/EPH/10/339, (Item) Poster for 'Scottish Photography - the First Half' at the National Galleries of Scotland, [April 1985] Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster for 'Scottish Photography - the First Half' NGS exhibition, in May 1985
Dimensions: 595 x 420 mm
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/339
GSAA/EPH/10/340, (Item) Poster: 'Why I Chose Red',  Sam Ainsley Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 597 x 409 mm
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/340
GSAA/EPH/10/341, (Item) Poster 'Scottish Contributions to Photography' Glasgow School of Art, [Feb 1983] Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster for 'Scottish Contributions to Photography' at Glasgow School of Art, March 1983
Dimensions: 597 x 409 mm
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/342, (Item) Poster: 'Stephen Campbell - on Form and Fiction', c.1989 Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 600 x 420 mm
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/342
Extent: 1 item
GSAA/EPH/10/343, (Item) Poster: 'Stephen Campbell - on Form and Fiction', c.1989 Add to your favourites. 
Dimensions: 600 x 420 mm
Reference: GSAA/EPH/10/343
Extent: 1 item
, (Item) Poster: 'New Paintings - Adrian Wiszniewski', [March 1984] Add to your favourites. 
Description: Poster for 'New Paintings - Adrian Wiszniewski', April 1984
GSAA/EPH/11, (Series) Teaching aids, 15th to 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Teaching aids include collections of prints, photographs, and calligraphy examples.
Extent: 11 folders and 2 items
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11
Related Material: See also postcard collection GSAA/EPH/2 and lantern slides
GSAA/EPH/11/1, (Series) Prints, 19th to 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes flower prints, animal prints, architectural prints, and a print of a painting of a rhinoceros.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/1
Extent: 3 folders and 1 item

Subject(s):

Architecture - Art education - Printed ephemera - Printing - Teaching materials - The Glasgow School of Art

GSAA/EPH/11/1/1, (Folder) Flower prints, Late 19th to early 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Collection of prints and sketches of flowers, fruits, and other plants. Includes empty portfolio used to store the collection of flower prints. Written in pencil on the front cover, "Photographs and Coloured Illustrations of Flowers".
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/1/1
GSAA/EPH/11/1/2, (Folder) Architectural prints, 19th to 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes two copies of architectural sketches for an early English doorway, entrance to Chapter House, Glasgow Cathedral. Sketch is dated 28 January 1903, supplement to The Builder's Journal and Architectural Record, measured and drawn by Charles Forsyth. Also includes collection of architectural lithograph prints, sketches, and watercolours of various locations including Paris, Rome, Cairo, and throughout the UK, some by E. Hildebrandt. Two have a stamp on corner of work, "Department of Science and Art, Specimen presented to schools". Also includes coloured prints of various rooms in the Great Kremlin Palace in Moscow, Russia. Views include halls, courtyard, indoor garden, holy vestibule, throne room. Labelled in Russian and French, some include English labels written in pencil. Also includes collection of printed architectural plans and designs including two ordinance surveys of Garnethill and City Centre/Sauchiehall St., three copies of a poster of "100 Years of British Architecture" by The Observer, a floor plan of the Great Kremlin Palace in Moscow, a poster of "James Caldwell & Co. Abbotsford Stained Glassworks" designs, and three small architectural sketches/plans/designs of Grey Friars Church in Edinburgh, Chartres Cathedral in France, and Candlish Memorial Church in Glasgow.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/1/2
GSAA/EPH/11/1/3, (Folder) Animal prints, Late 18th to 19th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Collection of various animal prints including sheep, cows, horses, dogs, and deer with focus on different parts of the anatomy (full body, heads, horns, hoofs, tails, etc). Many prints with French labels. Some prints signed by Robert Hills (1769-1844).
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/1/3
GSAA/EPH/11/1/4, (Item) The Rhinoceros, 1985 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Large coloured print of a painting of a rhinoceros head on paper, signed by the artist. Proof copy. Kept in a sleeve with information about a book in which the print was included titled "The Rhinoceros: A Monograph" by Francesco Nardelli.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/1/4

Creator(s):

Hillier, Matthew

GSAA/EPH/11/2, (Series) Photographs, 19th to 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes photographs collected by Alexander McGibbon, Charles Edward Whitelaw, and Eugene Bourdon. Also includes collection of cloud studies, copies of George Henry works, and miscellaneous photographs.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/2
Extent: 6 folders

Subject(s):

Architecture - Bourdon, Eugene - France - Henry, George - Ireland - Italy - McGibbon, Alexander - Painting - Photographs - Teaching materials - The Glasgow School of Art - Whitelaw, Charles Edward

GSAA/EPH/11/2/1, (Folder) Alexander McGibbon photograph collection, Mid 19th to early 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Collection of photographs of architectural exteriors and interiors of churches and other historical buildings in Italy. Photographs are mounted on a supporting cardboard backing. Back of photographs have stamp "Alex R. McGibbon".
Extent: 57 items
GSAA/EPH/11/2/2, (Folder) Charles Edward Whitelaw photograph collection, Mid 19th to early 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Collection of photographs of architectural exteriors and interiors of churches and other historical buildings in Ireland and France. Photographs are mounted on a supporting cardboard backing. Back of photographs have stamp "Chas. E. Whitelaw". Many photographs have handwritten titles on cardboard below the photograph.
Extent: 69 items
GSAA/EPH/11/2/3, (Folder) Eugene Bourdon photograph collection, Mid 19th to early 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Collection of photographs of architectural exteriors and interiors of churches and other historical buildings in Italy and France. Photographs are mounted on a supporting cardboard backing. Back of photographs have stamp "Eugene Bourdon, Architecte, Diplome par le Gouvernement". Some photographs have handwritten titles on the cardboard below the photograph.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/2/3
GSAA/EPH/11/2/4, (Folder) Cloud studies, Mid 19th to early 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Collection of cloud and sky study photographs. Photographs are mounted on a supporting cardboard backing. Most have a stamp on the support that says "Glasgow School of Art and Haldane Academy".
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/2/4
Extent: 16 items
GSAA/EPH/11/2/5, (Folder) Photographic copies of George Henry paintings, Early 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Collection of photographic copies of George Henry paintings, mostly portraits. Most are mounted on a supporting cardboard backing. Some have typewritten labels. Some are stamped or labelled with "A.C. Cooper, Fine Art Photographer".
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/2/5
GSAA/EPH/11/2/6, (Folder) Miscellaneous photographs, Mid 19th to early 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Group of miscellaneous photographs that do not fit an existing theme and do not have any notes indicating a collector/tutor, except one photograph which has a handwritten note "J Keppie" (John Keppie). Includes architectural photographs and photographic prints of various artwork and ornamental details.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/2/6
GSAA/EPH/11/3, (Series) Calligraphy, 15th to 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes collection of modern calligraphy teaching aids and examples as well as a collection of European and Turkish medieval manuscript fragments. Also includes a leather book cover with decorative gilding and Arabic lettering.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/3
Extent: 2 folders and 1 item

Subject(s):

Calligraphy (visual works) - France - Leatherwork - Teaching materials - The Glasgow School of Art - Turkey

GSAA/EPH/11/3/1, (Folder) Modern calligraphy examples, 20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Group of modern calligraphy instructional prints and examples. Includes printed examples of calligraphy teaching various techniques, two examples of calligraphy on parchment in red and black ink, calligraphy in black ink on aged paper giving instruction for raised gilding in books signed Graily Hewitt, Sep. 1915, and a print in black ink on white paper of a pointing hand.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/3/1
Extent: 10 items
GSAA/EPH/11/3/2, (Folder) Manuscript fragments, 15th to 16th century Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: Collection of medieval manuscript fragments including nine manuscript pages on paper and parchment with colured ink and gilded, written in Arabic. Handwritten translation note sheet included and page from "Bernard Quaritch's Catalogue" with marked section of Turkish Koran manuscript pages. Also includes 17 various illuminated manuscript fragments written in Latin and French, including songsheets and one historiated initial fragment.
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/3/2
Extent: 28 items
GSAA/EPH/11/3/3, (Item) Leather book cover, 15th to 17th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: Leather bound book cover with ornate incised decoration on front and inside cover with gilding and red and blue pigment. Exposed paper underneath leather shows Arabic lettering.
Extent: 1 item
Reference: GSAA/EPH/11/3/3
Dimensions: 145 x 145 x 20 mm
Physical Description: Leather
GSAA/EPH/12, (Series) Published ephemera items, 19th century-20th century Add to your favourites. 
Description: This material consists of small publications such as exhibition catalogues, magazines and event programmes which relate to GSA's activities and alumni.
Extent: 7 boxes
Reference: GSAA/EPH/12
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