Alice Channer 'Inhale, Exhale', Mackintosh Museum 2010

Photograph: Alan Dimmick

Alice Channer

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The Glasgow School of Art Exhibitions Department curates a year-round public programme that works with contemporary artists, designers and architects from the UK and abroad, as well as interacting with teaching and research activities and developing creative opportunities with staff and students. Our innovative programme of exhibitions, performance, seminars, talks, off-site projects, publishing initiatives and outreach, aims to explore the creative, social and educational nature of contemporary practice. We also make exciting links to the rich heritage and architecture of The Glasgow School of Art and its collections. Throughout the academic year there is the opportunity to see the work of the GSA undergraduates and postgraduates.

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GSA Exhibitions Policy
GSA Exhibitions curates the annual programme of Reid Gallery with 4-5 exhibition projects per year. Whilst we work with people at every stage in their career, from all disciplines including contemporary art, design and architecture, it is our policy that this is by invitation only, in order to shape projects that link to priorities and our rich context. We do not therefore accept unsolicited proposals. GSA Exhibitions advertises any opportunities or open calls through our email bulletin. This can be subscribed to by emailing exhibitions@gsa.ac.uk

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