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New work by Kris Lemsalu to be shown at Tramway

New work by Kris Lemsalu to be shown at Tramway

How our BIPC helped bring back the clootie dumpling

Business and Intellectual Property Centre Case Study (Granny Beaton's)

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Policies relating to The City Archives which are housed in the Mitchell Library and include the official records of various local authorities as well as a large number of private archive collections.

Celebrate ART at Tramway as part of the Year of Young People 2018

Celebrate ART at Tramway

Aye Write announces its full cast of authors

The Aye Write book festival announced today (Thursday 29 April) its full programme of online events featuring 140 authors from Scotland and around the world, over two weekends in May (14 May to 16 May and 21 May to 23 May 2021, with tickets on sale today too.

Curtain set to rise on Celtic Connections 2019

Celtic Connections 2019 opening week

Celtic Connections 2019 Ends on a High Note

Celtic Connections 2019 closing day

New exhibition at Glasgow's GoMA celebrates life and work of visionary Scots filmmaker Margaret Tait

Stalking the Image: Margaret Tait and Her Legacy is a celebration of the life, work and legacy of the pioneering Orcadian filmmaker, painter and poet, Margaret Tait (1918–99). Tait is one of the most visionary and stridently independent filmmakers to have emerged from Scotland, yet her work has until recently remained relatively unknown and its significance undervalued.