Scotland's largest city, Glasgow is an important creative and artistic hub with a wealth of inspiring cultural heritage to explore.
The Glasgow School of Art’s Glasgow campus is located in the heart of the city - home to one of the best metropolitan art galleries and museum collections in the UK and many of Scotland’s performing arts companies, including the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and The National Theatre of Scotland.
The Glasgow School of Art also neighbours Glasgow Film Theatre, the Centre for Contemporary Arts, the Tron, Tramway, Transmission, Street Level, The Lighthouse Centre for Architecture and Design and Glasgow Science Centre, each of whom we consider part of our expansive Creative Network of graduates and institutions with whom we regularly collaborate.
Download our Campus Map below to better understand The Glasgow School of Art’s footprint across the city.
You can also view our Live Map of partner institutions and regular points of particular interest to The Glasgow School of Art’s staff and students.
The School of Innovation and Technology
Some programmes within the School of Innovation and Technology are taught in the Hub Building located at Pacific Quay. Glasgow's Digital Media Quarter at Pacific Quay is the hub for Scotland's digital media industry. It is home to BBC Scotland - which features the most advanced broadcasting centre in Europe, Scottish Television, Glasgow Science Centre, Galaxy Scotland, Film City Glasgow - a filming studio and state of the art post-production facility, Shed Media, Brand Street Digital Media Centre and the GSA's own Digital Design Studio.