Cheese Louise Photography from Studio 29 in Rogart Street Campus are celebrating their first anniversary in the Studio this month. To mark the occasion they are holding an exhibition to showcase their Client's Gallery from 2018/19.
Cheese Louise aim to make photography affordable to everyone and to give a wide range of experiences by introducing different aspects into each photoshoot. By mixing play with pictures they aim to give each client a unique and warming feeling with every session, leaving them with good memories as well as the captured images to cherish forever.
There are a few examples below but Jen Stevenson of Cheese Louise would love you to come and enjoy all the images on display in Rogart Street Gallery during the exhibition which runs from 18 to 24 February. ... See MoreSee Less
We are pleased to welcome another new tenant to Park Lane House. Millar & Company have moved into Suite 2/15-16.
You might never need their services directly but law accountants offer an important service to solicitors and law firms, ensuring the money passing through the law firm is properly accounted for, clients' money kept separate, expenses properly charged, court costs calculated and a host of other tasks.
Millar and Company were established in 1986, and are a Glasgow based team of dedicated, experienced and reliable Law Accountants who specialise in all areas of Account preparation, adjustment and taxation. We are a founding member of the Association of Independent Law Accountants (AILA)
Park Lane House has for many years been a centre for fashion with a large number of fashion agents having their showrooms and offices in the building.
Now we are pleased to welcome new tenants who bring with them a specialist line of clothing with lots more sparkle and sequins.
Lindsay Park and Laura McCarthy trade as Elite Freestyle and they have just moved into Suite 1/2 in Park Lane House. They are designers and suppliers of the special, flamboyant costumes worn in freestyle dance.
WE ARE PLEASED TO WELCOME EXCITING NEW TENANTS TO THE GALLERIES ON BROAD STREET
BeYonder Ltd have moved their Glasgow base to The Galleries on Broad Street as part of a major expansion of their textile production capability.
Founded in 2013, BeYonder specialises in prototyping, sampling, small batch and bespoke manufacturing for independent product design engineers, fashion designers and other end users of high quality, textile-based items. They are an enabling business, structured to assist early-stage start-ups and growing businesses of any age take their product designs from initial concept to finished product.
In their new home at The Galleries, BeYonder have now added specialist consultancy, ethical resourcing and dedicated production capability for volume contracts to their portfolio.
Managing Director, Christina Mackay is also looking forward to developing additional digital capability in support of planned Industry 4.0 developments for the business. Commenting on the move she says, “Our journey so far has seen us work with our clients to develop everything from corner flags for football pitches to complete children’s travel systems, every type of garment imaginable from bras to travel clothes and an incredible variety of wrapping, packing and protecting textile products. With massively growing demand, we had to move to help our clients grow their own businesses in turn.”
BeYonder are delighted that The Galleries have given them the perfect base to fully support the growth ambitions of their growing family of clients.
Hello everyone!! It’s been a while, hope you’re all well. Thanks for the follow to all the newbies 👋 It’s been busy, busy even though I’ve not been on here but I’m back on it! Love this office area and the blind in this fabulous fabric just sets it off, so lush ♥️ ... See MoreSee Less
Aeji will be exhibiting his works alongside Gabriel Phipps in their joint exhibition in Rogart Street Campus Gallery from 27 January to 3 February.
Aeji tells us:
"My practice is about the difference between eastern and western cultures. To overcome this conflict from both extreme parties, geometrically, I researched the invisible space which lies between the differences of culture, the in-between; and visualized it as a sculptural painting. I locate myself on the borderline, attempting to spectate my environment as the third party. In order to develop this idea, I used hybrid types of materials based on traditional painting practice. Through utilizing shredded prints I am destroying the fixed ideology of the black and white." ... See MoreSee Less
Asiyah Ahmad of Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity is the artist coordinator on the upcoming Oor Wullie's BIG Bucket Trail. Scotland's first ever national art trail and she has asked us to let our artist tenants know about this project and the chance of winning a £850 commission.
We are in the process of commissioning artists and I wondered if it would be possible to share the submission link with any of your members who you think this opportunity may appeal to.
There is a fee for the project of £850 + VAT (if applicable), so it may make it a bit more appealing.
I’ve listed all the details below with the link to websites and submission form.
Artists from across the country and beyond are invited to submit their designs to transform Scotland’s favourite son, Oor Wullie!
Next Summer, we'll see more than 150 unique life-sized sculptures take to the streets of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Aberdeen & Dundee, all to raise money for Scotland's children's hospital charities.
Designs for the blank sculptures - featuring a laughing Oor Wullie sitting on his famous bucket - are welcome in any art form, from traditional to new media, fine art to illustrations, graffiti and mosaic.
We can't wait to see all the weird and wonderful new looks for Oor Wullie - it'll be braw!
Submissions must be made before midnight on 31st January 2019.