Glasgow Sculpture Studio

Glasgow Sculpture Studio
The Whisky Bond 2 Dawson Road
Glasgow
Strathclyde
G4 9SS
Scotland

Website

www.glasgowsculpturestudios.org

E-mail

info@glasgowsculpturestudios.org

Telephone

0141 353 3708

Fax

0141 553 1288

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Glasgow Sculpture Studios exists to promote the development of sculpture and to help artists develop a professional and sustainable career. With members whose experience and skills are as varied as the work they create, GSS supports an exploration of what contemporary sculpture is. Through offering a dynamic and diverse programme of activity GSS is committed to engaging with a wider audience.

GSS was set up by Glasgow based artists in 1988.

Venue Type:

Museum, Gallery, Artist studio or collective

Opening hours

Gallery Opening Hours Wed-Sat 11am to 5pm
Production Facilities Open Late Mon - Wed
GSS Reception Open Mon - Fri 8.30am to 5.30pm

Admission charges

Free

Additional info

GSS offer a range of courses led by experienced and supportive artists. Courses are designed for all levels of experience from children's workshops and beginners courses through to professional courses for practicing artists. Contact info@glasgowsculpturestudios.org for more information.

Production residencies are aimed at contemporary visual artists who are working nationally and/or internationally for whom a change of scenery might offer fresh inspiration.
The second Production Residency artist is Siobhan Hapaska. Originally from Belfast, Hapaska now lives and works in London. Hapaska has created new work The Nose that Lost its Dog, which will be presented in the gallery 10 Nov 20009 - 30 Jan 2010. Carla Scott Fullerton who was 2008-09 GSS Graduate Fellow will also be presenting new work.

Research residencies support a writer, scholar, academic, curator or researcher working nationally and/or internationally, to support excisting projects and the development of new ideas. Sam Ainsley, David Harding & Sandy Moffat (AHM) three of Scotland's key cultural figures were selected as the recipients of the first Research Residency, which will culminate in a inter-related partnership programme with Glasgow's Gallery of Modern Art in 2010. Email amy@glasgowsculpturestudios.org for further information.

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