The Glasgow School Of Art
The Glasgow School of Art is one of Britain's foremost higher education institutions for the study and advancement of art, design and architecture and today, our distinctive, specialist, practice-based, education is internationally recognised as a creative hothouse, drawing talented individuals from all over the world with a passion and concern for visual culture.
Founded in 1845, the GSA is one of the few remaining independent art schools in the UK and has occupied its present site in the centre of Glasgow since 1899. Glasgow is a vibrant cosmopolitan European city, home to one of Europe's most dynamic artistic communities and one the largest creative communities in the UK.
At the heart of the GSA campus is the Mackintosh Building, described by Sir Christopher Frayling, Rector of the Royal College of Art, London, as ". ..the only art school in the world where the building is worthy of the subject... this is a work of art in which to make works of art".
The GSA offers students, both undergraduate and postgraduate, a vibrant, stimulating and intellectually challenging environment in which...
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