Monday September 1, 2014

What's On in Glasgow

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Garden open by appointment for charity View more details - Scotlands Gardens: Kilsyth Gardens
Allanfauld Road, Kilsyth, Glasgow & District G65 9DE
Tuesday 1 Apr 2014 to Saturday 31 May 2014

During the years he spent in London, from 1915 to 1923, Mackintosh painted a small group of still-life compositions in watercolour, and produced a group of vibrant textile designs. This work helped... View more details - Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Begonias
Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, 82 Hillhead Street G12 8QQ
Today to Tuesday 16 Sep 2014

Disney’s highly anticipated new comedy adventure Planes 2: Fire & Rescue flies into cinemas on August 8th - and to celebrate the release, Disney is giving fans the incredible opportunity to ‘Save The... View more details - ’Save the Day’ with Disney’s Planes 2: Fire and Rescue in Glasgow at Braehead Odeon
King’s Inch Rd Glasgow PA4 8XU
Today to Friday 5 Sep 2014

We invite you to join us in the Orange Box Gallery at The Lighthouse for a fun and enjoyable wine evening tasting over 30 different wines from our award-winning cellars. - You will be welcomed... View more details - Laithwaite's Wine in Glasgow
Orange Box Gallery The Lighthouse 11 Mitchell Lane Glasgow G1 3NU
Tuesday 9 Sep 2014

Stomping of feet? Exhilarating music along with thunderous applause? Of course - the Scottish Fiddle Orchestra is back in town! This will be a fantastic evening filled with lively Scottish jigs... View more details - The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra in Concert
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3NY G2 3NY
Saturday 13 Sep 2014

Mackintosh is celebrated internationally as one of the most creative and individual artists and designers of the early 20th century but his core activity as an architect has been remarkably... View more details - Mackintosh Architecture
Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, 82 Hillhead Street G12 8QQ
Friday 18 Jul 2014, Sun 14 Sep

William Davidson (1861–1945) was one of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s most important patrons. As well as commissioning Mackintosh’s first important house, Windyhill, he provided financial support... View more details - William Davidson: Art Collector
Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, 82 Hillhead Street G12 8QQ
Friday 18 Jul 2014, Tue 16 Sep

Sketching is an essential component of an architect’s training, to develop draughtsmanship, understanding of construction and materials, and a design reference library. From the 1880s the... View more details - Mackintosh Travel Sketches
Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, 82 Hillhead Street G12 8QQ
Friday 18 Jul 2014, Tue 16 Sep

The Tai Chi Chi Kung Shibashi, or the eighteen postures of Tai Chi Chi Kung, is a set of Chi Kung exercises that utilise Tai Chi stances and focus on health and well-being. This course provides a... View more details - Tai Chi Chi Kung Shibashi workshop
Pro Holistic, East Kilbride G75, Glasgow G75 0EL
Saturday 20 Sep 2014

Tri Together is partnering with triathlonscotland to bring our award winning event to Bellahouston Sports Centre and Park in Glasgow. Beginners will be supported all the way to the finish line with... View more details - Tri Together Glasgow
Bellahouston Sports Centre, 31 Bellahouston Dr, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G52 1HH G52 1HH
Sunday 21 Sep 2014

The SLF is Scotland’s leading education event, taking place in Glasgow on the 24th/25th September, and attracts over 4300 delegates over the course of the event. Fiction Express for Schools is a... View more details - Fiction Express at the Scottish Learning Festival
Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre Glasgow G3 8YW
Wednesday 24 Sep 2014

Mackintosh Architecture exhibition tours given by our student MUSEs (Museum University Student Educators). View more details - Mackintosh Arcitecture Exhibition Tours
Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, 82 Hillhead Street G12 8QQ
Saturday 26 Jul 2014, Wed 24 Sep



 
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