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At Home – Talks: Artist Talk with Kate V Robertson

This talk was recorded on Wednesday 30 June 2020 with artist Kate V Robertson. Robertson’s work ‘Better Versions #1-8’, was acquired for Glasgow Museums with support from Outset Scotland in… Read more At Home – Talks: Artist Talk with Kate V Robertson

Ripples on the Pond

Ripples in the Pond. Thinking Collections, Glasgow: Gallery of Modern Art (with Modern Edinburgh Film School and Glasgow Affiliate Project). With contributions from Katie Bruce, Anne Colvin, Alex Hetherington (Modern… Read more Ripples on the Pond

Ripples on the Pond, installation shot. Photo copyright Ruth Clark

Ripples on the Pond

Ripples on the Pond Date: 1st May 2015 – 24 April 2016 Space: Gallery 4 Ripples on the Pond was an exhibition of works from Glasgow Museums’ collection. It included… Read more Ripples on the Pond


ATELIER PUBLIC#2 Date: 20 February – 27 May 2014 Space: Gallery 2 A re-presentation of a 2011 exhibition at GoMA where members of the public were invited to make artworks… Read more ATELIER PUBLIC#2

Home Ornaments, 2002 - 5, Daphne Wright, mixed media, © the artist and courtesy of the artist and Frith Street Gallery.

Artist Talk: Daphne Wright @GSA Thursday 26 February 6.30pm

Artist Talk: Daphne Wright Thursday 27 February 2020 18:30 – 20:00 Location:  Reid Auditorium, Reid Building The Glasgow School of Art 164 Renfrew St, Glasgow, G3 6RF FREE but book… Read more Artist Talk: Daphne Wright @GSA Thursday 26 February 6.30pm

Mother Tongue with mentor Professor Lubaina Himid at Glasgow Museums Resource Centre with collection works by Tam Joseph and Donald Locke (2019) Photograph by Matthew Arthur Williams

At Home – Collection Musings / Black History Month

It is Black History Month and for this musings post we are looking at some recent collecting activity in Glasgow Museums for exhibitions at GoMA that recognise the significant contributions of Black artists in Scotland and relate to wider collection conversations in Glasgow Museums.

Robert Burns & Graham Fagen

January 25 is Burns Night and as readings of his work echo in homes across the country with images of the man appearing on our social media timelines, we thought we would look at works by Graham Fagen from Glasgow Museums’ modern and contemporary art collection

Rabiya Choudhry dressed in a black hat and yellow coat with repeating black spoder design. She is standing in front of a painting which has the text Rabiya Choudhry Presents TERRORVISION with further text at the bottom hidden by her body. She is looking to her left and raising both her arms in the air with her fists closed. This was taken at her exhibition COCO!NUTS! at Transmission Gallery By Eoin Carey.

CAS / Frieze Rapid Response Fund – Rabiya Choudhry acquisition

Some great news in these unprecedented times! Glasgow Museums and GoMA are excited to announce that we will be collecting works by Rabiya Choudhry after a successful application to The Rapid Response Fund, which has been instigated and managed by the Contemporary Art Society (CAS) in partnership with Frieze London

Mark-marking: Perspectives on Drawing / 19 April–20 October 2019

Mark-marking: Perspectives on Drawing Gallery 3 19 April–20 October 2019 Drawing is often considered as simply putting pencil to paper, and recording from observation. Mark-marking: Perspectives on Drawing presents work… Read more Mark-marking: Perspectives on Drawing / 19 April–20 October 2019