Glasgow Mackintosh

Upcoming exhibitions, talks, events and at Mackintosh venues across Glasgow.

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Enjoy a 30 minute guided tour of The Mackintosh  House – meticulous re-assemblage of the principal interiors from 78 Southpark Avenue (originally Florentine Terrace) the Mackintoshes Glasgow home. Guided Tours: tours take place from Tuesday - Friday at 10am, 10.30am, 11am, 11.30am, 12pm and 12.30pm. Tours operate on a first come, first served basis. Self Guided Visits: admission is self-guided from 1pm Tuesday - Friday and all day on Saturday and Sunday. Last admission 4.15pm (3.15pm Sunday). Please note, a maximum of 12 visitors are allowed in the house at any one time. Please check our website before you visit. NB The Mackintosh House will close for essential repairs from 8th October.

1st-7th October 2017 (closed on Mondays) :: Tuesday – Saturday, 10.00am – 4.00pm,  Sunday 11.00am – 3.00pm

Tours of The Mackintosh House

Location: The Mackintosh House, Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, 82 Hillhead Street, Glasgow G12 8QQ
Admission: General Admission £5.00, Concessions £3.00
Tickets available at reception:  www.glasgow.ac.uk/hunterian
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Delve further into the life and times of Charles Rennie Mackintosh with GSA’s student guides. Decode Glasgow’s distinctive architecture and discover Mackintosh’s lesser known designs, impressive city centre commissions and buildings by his contemporaries in Glasgow Style Art Nouveau.

Every Saturday in October 2017 :: 1:30pm

Mackintosh’s Glasgow Walking Tours

Location: Visitor Centre, The Glasgow School of Art, 164 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G3 6RF
Admission: Adult: £19.50 Senior / Student £16.00 Under 18s: £9.75
Online: www.gsa.ac.uk/tours Telephone: 0141 353 4526 In person: The Glasgow School of Art Visitor Centre.
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh and John Keppie will also be Glasgow Art Club’s Featured Artists throughout the month of October – a small selection of drawings and watercolours by CRM and Keppie will be on display in the bar area.

Saturday 9th September - Saturday 14th October 2017 :: 10am-5pm

Autumn Exhibition

Location: Glasgow Art Club, 185 Bath Street, Glasgow G1 5HD
Admission: FREE
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Learn to cut and apply a stencil, Art Nouveau style. Perfect for beginners. All materials included as well as tea and coffee, bring your lunch.

Wednesday 25th October 2017 :: 10am-4pm

Stencil Mackintosh (a beginner’s day workshop)

Location: Mackintosh Queen's Cross, Garscube Road, Glasgow G20 7EL
Admission: £40
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/stencil-mackintosh-a-beginners-day-workshop-tickets-37608293418?aff=eiosprexshremail&ref=eiosprexshremail or by telephone 0141 946 6600
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Make your own Mad Mack Heid - artist, architect or astronaut - you decide in this family workshop.

Sunday 1st October 2017 :: 1.30pm - 4pm

Make Your Own Mack Heid

Location: Scotland Street School Museum, Scotland Street, G5 8BQ
Admission: FREE
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Our Horrible Heedie returns with his tour of the school which combines architecture, history and shouting! Suitable for families.

Sunday 8th October 2017 :: 1.30pm

Horrible Heedie Tour

Location: Scotland Street School Museum, 225 Scotland Street, Glasgow G5 8bQ
Admission: FREE
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See the influence of castles on Mackintosh, then design and make your own castle. A great workshop for all the family!

Saturday 14th & Sunday 15 October 2017 :: 1.30pm 4pm

Build Your Own Mini Portcullis

Location: Scotland Street School Museum, 225 Scotland Street, Glasgow G5 8BQ
Admission: FREE
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Wally tiles are synonymous with the Glasgow Style. Join Linda Arthur for this fascinating talk on the humble ceramic tile and its place in the architectural history of the city.

Saturday 14th and Saturday 28th Oct 2017 :: 1.30pm

Wally Tile Talk with Linda Arthur

Location: Scotland Street School Museum, 225 Scotland Street, Glasgow G5 8BQ
Admission: FREE
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See the influence of turrets and towers on Scotland Street School, then design and make your own tower to fill with glowing liquid. Suitable for families.

Sat 28th Oct 2017 :: 1.30pm - 4pm

Build Your Own Tower of Glowing Light

Location: Scotland Street School Museum, 225 Scotland Street, Glasgow G5 8BQ
Admission: FREE
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The Lighthouse is offering a drop in workshop suitable for Mackintosh lovers just outside its Mackintosh Interpretation Centre, working on the recreation of a big banner as well as picking up some stencilling skills. The finished banner will be hanged in a display space for the whole month of October. Suitable for families.

Sat 7th Oct 2017 :: 11am - 4pm

The Lighthouse - The Big Banner Project

Location: The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, G1 3NU
Admission: FREE
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Help to recreate the Big Banner! Participants will use stencilling and mixed media. Suitable for all the family.

Tues 17th Oct 2017 :: 12pm - 4pm

The Big Banner Stencil Workshop

Location: Scotland Street School Museum, 225 Scotland Street, Glasgow G5 8BQ
Admission: FREE
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Explore stencilling and mixed media to create your own cushion cover. In this workshop you will also contribute to making the Big Banner.

Sun 22nd Oct 2017 :: 12pm - 4pm

Scotland Street School Museum - The Big Banner Workshop

Location: Scotland Street School Museum, 225 Scotland Street, Glasgow G5 8BQ
Admission: £25
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Help to recreate the Big Banner! Participants will use stencilling and mixed media. Suitable for all the family.

Wed 18th Oct - Sat 28th Oct 2017 :: 11.30am - 4pm

The Big Banner Project Drop in Workshop at Kelvingrove

Location: Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8AG
Admission: FREE
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Explore stencilling and mixed media to create your own cushion cover. In this workshop you will also contribute to making the Big Banner

Sat 14th Oct 2017 :: 12pm - 4pm

The Big Banner Workshop at Kelvingrove

Location: Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8AG
Admission: £25
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An open day at House for an Art Lover, there will be free tours and kids activities throughout the day!

Wednesday 18th October 2017 :: 10am - 4pm

Free House

Location: House for an Art Lover, 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow G41 5BW
Admission: FREE
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The House for an Art Lover welcomes pupils from several Glasgow Schools for a day of workshops and recreate a banner based on Mackintosh’s Willow Tea Room banner. This event is pre-organised but If you want to organise a similar event for your school contact: bettysbeautifullife@gmail.com

Fri 27th Oct 2017 :: 10am-5pm

Big Banner Day Event for Local Schools

Location: House for an Art Lover, 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow G4` 7LU
Admission: FREE
email: arts@houseforanartlover.co.uk
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Drop in to the main foyer at Kelvin Hall and try your hand at stencilling and mixed media and recreate the Big Banner.

Thurs 19th Oct 2017 :: 12pm - 4pm

The Big Banner Workshop - The Hunterian at Kelvin Hall

Location: The Hunterian at Kelvin Hall, 1445 Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8AW
Admission: FREE
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Two magnificent Mackintosh properties have joined forces to educate secondary pupils from Hermitage Academy on Mackintosh designs and heritage techniques. After a visit to The Hill House they will take part in a Big Banner Masterclass to produce their best artwork due to be displayed in the Mackintosh Club during the month of October.

Throughout Oct 2017 :: 12.30pm - 4.30pm

The Helensburgh Connection - The Hill House/Mackintosh Club with Hermitage Academy

Location: Mackintosh Club, 40 Sinclair Street, Helensburgh G84 8SU
Admission: FREE
this is a closed events for pupils of Hermitage Academy only.
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See the work of pupils from: Hillhead Secondary School; Williamwood High School; Notre Dame High School and Govan High School in a special exhibition in St Enoch Centre. Mackintosh the Innovator is an annual schools art competition run by St Enoch Centre and Glasgow Mackintosh. Pupils are invited to submit their artwork using the theme: Mackintosh the Innovator. Each entry will be shown in a special exhibition in a shop unit in St Enoch Centre throughout the festival.

Throughout Oct 2017 :: 10am - 5pm

Mackintosh the Innovator Schools Competition in St Enoch Centre

Location: Glasgow Mackintosh Unit, First Floor, St Enoch Centre (adjacent to old BHS site), Glasgow
Admission: FREE
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Uncover Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s story at The Glasgow School of Art. Gain exclusive access to explore GSA’s unique collection of original Mackintosh furniture and view rare artwork by his wife and collaborator Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh.

Sunday 1st - Tuesday 31st October 2017 :: 10.30am, 11am, 11.30am & 3pm

Mackintosh at the GSA Tour

Location: Visitor Centre, The Glasgow School of Art, 164 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G3 6RF
Admission: Adult: £7.00 Senior / Student: £5.75 Under 18s: £3.50
Online: www.gsa.ac.uk/tours Telephone: 0141 353 4526 In person: The Glasgow School of Art Visitor Centre.
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A unique event in a unique space. In partnership with Glasgow Piano City. Come and join us for a showcase of some of the talented folk who’ve been playing pianos around the city as part of the Glasgow Piano City initiative.

Sunday 22nd October 2017 :: 10 am - 5pm

Lids Open Day at Mackintosh Queen’s Cross

Location: Mackintosh Queen's Cross, 870 Garscube Road, Glasgow G20 7EL
Admission: FREE
Pre-booking is essential. Book a 15 min slot at www.glasgowpianocity.org or by phone on 0141 882 8825.  
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Scotland Street’s classic workshop in which you create your own faux Mackintosh-style stained glass window.

Saturday 7th October 2017 :: 1.30pm – 4pm

Window Wonders

Location: Scotland Street School Museum, 225 Scotland Street, Glasgow G5 8QB
Admission: FREE
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A unique opportunity to visit some Mackintosh’s greatest domestic works with your own dedicated group guide. A tour of the House with visits to see the Mackintosh House and Hill House. Arrival tea or coffee with homemade scones and packed lunch included.

Sunday 15th October 2017 :: 9.45am - 4.30pm

Home to Home

Location: Starting and Finishing point   – House for an Art Lover, Bellahouston Park,  10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow G41 5BW
Admission: £35 per person
online at the venue website:  www.houseforanartlover.co.uk; over the phone: call 0141 353 4770 or in the venue
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This taster day will be led by the contemporary glass artist, Siobhan Healy, and will teach you the fundamental techniques and skills required to create a Mackintosh

Saturday 7th October 2017 :: 10am - 4pm

Mackintosh Stained Glass Taster Day

Location: 2nd floor Studio, House for an Art Lover, 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow
Admission: £50
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Designed and remodelled by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and celebrating its centenary year in 2017, the house has been meticulously restored. Commissioned by local businessman, Wenham Bassett-Lowke, it is the only CRM designed house in England. One hour from Birmingham and London with easy train and air links to Glasgow, it is one of Northamptonshire’s hidden gems.

throughout Oct 2017 :: 10am-5pm

78 Derngate

Location: 78 Derngate, Northampton, England, NN1 1UH
Admission: info@derngate.org.uk
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On this one of a kind walking tour we’ll celebrate Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh and the other Glasgow Girls, along with some of the other women who made Garnethill the most exciting cultural and multicultural hotspot in Glasgow.

Saturday 7th October 2017 :: 2pm - 4pm

The Glasgow Girls of Garnethill by Glasgow Women’s Library

Location: Meet outside Centre for Contemporary Arts, 350 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3JD
Admission: £10/£6 (under 16s go free, must be accompanied by an adult)
From GWL’s website, by calling GWL on 0141 550 2267 or in person at GWL. Tickets cannot be purchased at the start of the walk
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We want you to photograph the buildings you visit, the tours you go on and the events you take part in during this year's Glasgow Doors Open Day Festival. Winners will be displayed on the Glasgow Doors Open Day Festival's online Gallery, as part of The Mackintosh Festival.

throughout Oct 2017 :: various

Glasgow Doors Open Day Festival Photography Competition

Location: various
Admission: FREE
www.doorsopenday.com/competitions for details on prizes on offer and how to enter.
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Celebrating their 150th anniversary, Glasgow Art Club are offering you a chance to see behind the scenes of one of Glasgow’s best kept secrets. A fascinating insight into the history of this Grade-A listed private members club featuring a striking decorative scheme including fretwork, fireplaces and attractive frieze designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1893.

Every Tuesday in October 2017 :: 11.30am

Free Guided Tours of The Glasgow Art Club

Location: The Glasgow Art Club, 185 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4HU
Admission: FREE
Please book in advance - called 0141 248 5210 to make your booking.
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In this unique workshop, you will take inspiration from the beautiful House for an Art Lover and Walled Garden to create your own Gesso panel. You may bring your own very small precious objects to insert into the panel (small shells, semi-precious stones, and buttons).

Friday 13th October 2017 :: 10am-4pm

Art is the Flower: Create a Gesso Panel with Elisabeth Viguie Culshaw

Location: House for an Art Lover, 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow G41 5BW
Admission: £50
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The chance to see the members’ Autumn exhibition and a solo exhibition by Alan Bond. Charles Rennie Mackintosh and John Keppie will be the Art Club’s featured artists throughout October and you can view a small selection of drawings and watercolours during the month.

Friday 6th - Tuesday 31st October 2017 :: 10am - 5pm

Alan Bond Exhibition

Location: Glasgow Art Club, 185 Bath Street, Glasgow G1 5HD
Admission: FREE
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Come and explore painting in the Glasgow Style and be inspired by our collections. Have a go at Art Nouveau painting, sketching and embossed drawing.

Saturday 14th October 2017 :: 1.30pm - 4pm

Glasgow Style:  Family Workshop and Tour

Location: Glasgow Museums Resource Centre, 200 Woodhead Road, Nitshill, Glasgow G53 7NN
Admission: FREE
No booking required
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Learn about the restoration underway to rebuild Mackintosh’s finest building. Focusing on the crafts essential to restoring the library and studios participants can make: a card model of the library lights; a paper stained glass window or a studio clock.

Every Saturday in October 2017 :: 10am-4pm

Mackintosh Craft Activities for Children

Location: Ground Floor Seminar Room, Reid building, 164 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G3 6RF
Admission: FREE
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Celebrate Mackintosh with a cocktail made with his favourite drink – whisky available from The Vic Café & Bar. The Vic is run by Glasgow School of Art Student’s Association (established in 1908) and is housed in the Assembly Building opposite the historic Mackintosh building.

Throughout October 2017 :: 11am - 12am Monday - Thursday and 11am - 3am Friday and Saturday (closed Sunday)

Whisky Mack - Enjoy a Special Cocktail to Celebrate Mackintosh

Location: Vic Cafe & Bar, The Art School, 20 Scott Street, G3 6PE
Admission: £2.50
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The scene is Glasgow in the year 1903, and Kate Cranston is having great success with her tearooms. When Charles Rennie Mackintosh, his wife Margaret and others, join Kate to discuss impending designs it soon transpires that all is not well - there’s going to be a murder! Prosecco reception with a three course menu including a glass of house red or white wine followed by tea & coffee.

Thursday 26th October 2017 :: 7pm-11pm

Murder Mystery Dinner - The Tea Time Murder

Location: House for an Art Lover, Bellahouston Park, 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow G41 5BW
Admission: £42.50
online at the venue website, over the phone or in the venue 0141 353 4770
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Free stories, arts and crafts with a Glasgow Style twist for under 5’s and their grown ups!

Tuesday 10th, Tuesday 17th and Friday 20th October 2017 :: 10am - 10.45am

Glasgow Style Story Time

Location: House for an Art Lover, 10 Dumbreck Road, G41 5BW
Admission: www.houseforanartlover.co.uk
Spaces are limited book via arts@houseforanartlover.co.uk
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Taking inspiration from the work of the ‘Four’, Margaret Macdonald, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Frances MacDonald and Herbert MacNair – sometimes known as the ‘Spook School’ - children will create stories to inspire the creations of their own cast of shadow puppets and other spooky creations.

Monday 16th & Tuesday 17th (P1-P3) Wednesday 18th & Thursday 19th (P4-P7) :: 10am - 3pm

Spook School

Location: House for an art Lover, 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow, G41 5BW
Admission: £60
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A day-long workshop exploring Glasgow’s buildings and architecture with a focus on the use of red sandstone. This workshop will encourage participants to search for historical clues in the marks, spots, scratches and lines that occupy the surfaces of buildings across the city. The workshop will begin with a presentation and tour of the Heritage Centre, participants will go on to produce sketches that will be converted into stencils and screen printed onto memorabilia (tote bags, tea towels, posters and postcards). Ages 16+.

Sunday 15th and Saturday 21st October 2017 :: 10am - 3pm (with an hour for lunch)

Architecture Workshops

Location: House for an Art Lover, 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow G41 5BW
Admission: £25 per person (tea and cake included)
Online at the venue website, over the phone or in the venue 0141 353 4770
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Built for publishing magnate Walter Blackie in 1904 and now owned by The National Trust for Scotland, The Hill House is Mackintosh’s masterpiece. Mackintosh and his wife, the artist Margaret Macdonald, created almost everything you see, from the building itself to the furniture and textiles. Take a stroll round the beautiful garden which has also been restored in line with some of the early designs and reflects the palette of Mackintosh colours.

throughout October 2017 :: 11.30am - 5pm

The Hill House, Helensburgh

Location: The Hill House, Upper Colquhoun Street, Helensburgh, G84 9AJ
Admission: Adult £10.50, Family £24.50
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View a collection of traditional Japanese textile crafts, evident on Kimonos, belts and fans. You will see exquisite woven gold belts (obi), embroidery and printing techniques. It becomes evident the influence Japanese design had on Charles Rennie Mackintosh as an architect and an artist.

Sunday 1st - Friday 5th October & Monday 16th - Tuesday 31st October 2017 :: 11am - 4pm

A Threaded Story - Mackintosh Club

Location: Mackintosh Club, 40 Sinclair Street, Helensburgh, G84 8SU
Admission: £5 (£3 concession & children)
Contact nicola@mackintosh.club or Telephone: 07540 419532
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Find a Mackintosh motif in our Glasgow Style Gallery and make your own badge! Suitable for families.

Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd October 2017 :: 1.30pm - 4pm

Mackintosh Badges

Location: Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Argyle Street, Glasgow
Admission: FREE
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Did you know chairs are one of the most frequently re-designed products in society? In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to explore a range of original Charles Rennie Mackintosh chairs from our furniture collection and compare them with other chairs from different makers and eras. This workshop is part of the Luminate Festival. www.luminatescotland.org

Tuesday 10th October 2017 :: 2pm - 3.30pm

Pull Up a Chair

Location: Kelvin Hall, 1445 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8AW
Admission: FREE
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Mackintosh wasn’t just a famous architect; he was also a painter and a designer. Some of his designs include many of the chairs we have in our collection in Kelvin Hall. Take a look at the iconic pieces we have in our store and create your own mini Mackintosh chair. Suitable for families.

Tuesday 17th October 2017 :: 1.30pm - 4pm

Marvellous Mr Mackintosh

Location: Kelvin Hall, 1445 Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8AW
Admission: FREE
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For the fourth year in a row, The Mackintosh Festival has teamed up with Glasgow's best restaurants to bring you The Big Mack Dinearound - a range of special dining offers at Glasgow's best restaurants.

throughout Oct 2017 :: Various

The Big Mack Dinearound

Location: Glasgow Restaurant Association restaurants throughout Glasgow
Admission: various
https://peoplemakeglasgow.com/the-big-mack-dinearound

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The Lighthouse tour offers you a unique opportunity to discover the rich history of the building, from the original Mackintosh design to the conversion by Page/Park Architects, turning the former Herald building into the Centre for Design and Architecture today.

30th September and every weekend in October 2017 :: 1pm, 2pm & 3pm

Building Tours

Location: The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, G1 3NU
Admission: £5 (£3 concession)
From reception, 15 places max on each tour. First come, first served.
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An exploration of the relationship between Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald; particularly his view that she was the creative force within their relationship, as documented in a private letter written by Mackintosh. The artworks exhibited are produced with crystal and precious metals. www.nattyglass.com

October 2017 - January 2018 :: Monday – Saturday: 10.30am – 5pm & Sunday 12pm - 5pm

Illuminating Letters by Siobhan Healy

Location: The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow G1 3NU
Admission: FREE
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Join Sven, Heritage Officer at The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society on a walking tour on the theme of Mackintosh and his contemporaries! The tour starts in the city centre, concentrating on architectural highlights with an emphasis on the city’s remarkable sculpture detail. Tour duration approx. 90 minutes.

Every Tuesday throughout October :: 11am

Mackintosh Society Walking Tour

Location: The tour begins in George Square, meeting point information and further details will be available once you book
Admission: £12
Places are limited, book via www.mackintosh.eventbrite.co.uk Must be pre-booked. Booking closes 24hours in advance of tour.
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Join artist Avril Paton as she tells us about the inspiration and process behind two of her most iconic paintings – Windows in the West and The Art School. Refreshments included as well as the opportunity to purchase signed prints.

Friday 20th October 2017 :: 2pm - 4pm

An Afternoon with Windows in the West

Location: Mackintosh Queen's Cross, Garscube Road, Glasgow, G20 7EL
Admission: £10
Limited numbers, please pre-book at www.mackintosh.eventbrite.co.uk or call 0141 946 6600
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An exhibition of Mackintosh chairs, expertly replicated by the city’s master craftsman, furniture maker, Bruce Hamilton.

Weekdays throughout October 2017 :: 10am - 5pm

Mackintosh Chair Exhibition

Location: Mackintosh Queen's Cross, Garscube Road, Glasgow G20 7EL
Admission: FREE
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Don’t miss the Crocodile, the Sausages, the Policeman, Mr Punch, Judy and the Baby, along with a variety of marionettes and a dissecting skeleton! Join in with the plate spinning and juggling to the sound of the mechanical organ. Entertainment for all the family. That’s the Way to Do it!

Monday 16th October 2017 :: 2pm

Punch and Judy - Professor Clive at Mackintosh Queen’s Cross

Location: Mackintosh Queen's Cross, Garscube Road, Glasgow, G20 7EL
Admission: £5.95
Scottish Mask and Puppet Centre website: www.maskandpuppet.co.uk or by telephone 0141 946 6600
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Sonica Artist in Residence, Nelo Akamatsu (Japan), presents Chozumaki. Inspired by the relationship between typhoon swirls and Coriolis force, this intricate installation of glass and water uses magnetic energy to produce a spiralling vortex of curious sounds. www.sonic-a.co.uk

Thursday 26th October 2017 - January 2018 :: Monday – Saturday: 10.30am – 5pm & Sunday: 12pm - 5pm

Chozumaki by Nelo Akamatsu

Location: The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, G1 3NU
Admission: FREE
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