New Glasgow Miracle blog post

his is a photo of some of the original folder labels containing outreach to other countries and international artists.

This is a photo of some of the original folder labels containing outreach to other countries and international artists.

There’s a new, very interesting, post on the Glasgow Miracle blog about the importance of location and access in archives. See the post here.

Take a look at our website for more information about the Glasgow Miracle project.

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New posts on Glasgow Miracle project blog

Not one, not two, but three new posts by project volunteers on the Glasgow Miracle project blog for you.

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Visit the blog to read the articles:

Social Culture and Special Unit Sculpture

The 1990 TSWA Four Cities Project in Glasgow and the proposals that never materialised 

The National Archives of Scotland

The Glasgow Miracle: Materials for Alternative Histories

The Third Eye Centre. Image courtesy of the Third Eye Centre/CCA

The Third Eye Centre. Image courtesy of the Third Eye Centre/CCA

In case you don’t already know, Glasgow School of Art, in partnership with CCA (Centre for Contemporary Arts), has been awarded a grant by the AHRC for a speculative research project that will open up previously inaccessible archive material to assist research and reflection upon the causes and conditions which encouraged the renaissance of the visual arts in Glasgow since the late 1970s.

The project is well underway now, and archive and research volunteers have been busy blogging about their work on the project. Visit the Glasgow Miracle blog for more information about the project and to read about what volunteers have been up to.