Glasgow City Life - 08/27/15

Harriet McCaig anticipates several days of exploring Glasgow, Scotland.
Harriet McCaig anticipates several days of exploring Glasgow, Scotland.

The Centre for Contemporary Arts is Glasgow, Scotland’s hub for creative activity.
The building is steeped in history and the organization has played a key role
in the cultural life of the city for decades.
The Centre for Contemporary Arts is Glasgow, Scotland

You must live for another if you wish to live for yourself. ---Lucius Annaeus Seneca
[ @ The Centre for Contemporary Arts - Glasgow, Scotland. ]
---Lucius Annaeus Seneca quote

The Glasgow School of Art is Scotland's only public self-governing art school offering
university-level programes and research in architecture, fine art and design.
The Glasgow School of Art

The School is organized into three academic schools, the Mackintosh School of Architecture,
the School of Design and the School of Fine Art, each
with its own academic programes and research centers.
The School is organized into three academic schools

SWG3 Gallery is the non-profit exhibition space which plays host to bold new projects by
young artists and established international practitioners. The gallery is committed to
supporting the development of the exhibiting artist’s practice and exposure
of their work the audience in Glasgow and Scotland at large.
SWG3 Gallery is the non-profit exhibition space

Rosie Roberts(left) is a visual artist and curator based in Glasgow. Her work starts with a critical
view of structures that promote exclusion, consumption and control; the obsessive pursuit
of some sort of higher order. Taking this critique and attempting to present it in a
humorous way, Roberts creates work that is visually and conceptually boisterous.
Rosie Roberts - left

Harriet McCaig finds out more about Rosie Roberts curating skills @ SWG3 Gallery.
Harriet McCaig finds out more about Rosie Roberts curating skills

'Cathedral in a Suitcase' showcases a slight return to Pat Metheny's employ by Danny Gottlieb
with a series of beautiful cymbal rolls. But it's Metheny with all of his keyboards and the
orchestra that truly hold the day, providing a lush, cascading sequence of changes
that offer the entire notion of majesty and travel.
But it's Pat Metheny with all of his keyboards...

In director Zbigniew Rybczynski's television studio, everything is ready for the filming of a new
version of the famous Odessa Steps sequence, from Eisenstein's Battleship Potemkin.
A computer has selected a sampling of Americans to participate in the experiment,
organized by a delegate of the Soviet government.
In director Zbigniew Rybczynski's television studio

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