150th Anniversary Talks
Join Scotland Street School Museum for a special season of talks in celebration of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's 150th Birthday.
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Join us for a special season of talks in celebration of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's 150th Birthday.
6th April: Roger Billcliffe - The Four, and the origins of the Glasgow Style.
9th May: Joanne Laird and Norman Walker - Frances and Bertie. Laughs - of course there were.
5th June: Margaret Anderson - A tour of Mackintosh (and some Thomson) sites by Subway.
11th July: Frances Dryburgh - Did Margaret macdonald influence CRM's work?
8th August: Alan Macdonald - An overview, and filling in the gaps.
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