International Links

Since the early 20th century The Glasgow School of art has welcomed international students and staff through its doors, and has also actively explored artistic styles and ideas from abroad through exhibitions and travel scholarships.

The Archives and Collections’ International Links project will explore some of these activities in more detail with the aim of showcasing historical material relating to these events and encouraging further research. Sign up for the Archives and Collections blog to receive further information about the project, including details of related workshops and pop-up exhibitions.

This work is supported by the Scottish Council on Archives’ and Heritage Lottery Fund Skills for the Future traineeship scheme.

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