Today is World Book Day and to celebrate we wanted to give you a glimpse at the book making process through photographs from our publishing archives. We have records from several publishers, most notably Blackie & Sons based in… Read More ›
Looking for work experience in the heritage field? The adverts for Archive Services’ new placements are now up on the Club 21 website. The closing date for applications is Monday 4th March.
On Monday February 11th the International Heritage Project provided a pop-up display of documents from Archive Services and Special Collections to support the East Asia Global Regional Activity Briefing (GRAB) Lunch. From Special Collections we selected The History of Japan……. Read More ›
Blueprint 2013 is a collaboration between a number of Glasgow galleries, archives and museums, exploring alternative photographic processes, fine art photographic printmaking, technical drawings and the history of photography. There are a number of free exhibitions, talks and visits taking place across the city this… Read More ›
Today, the Design Museum’s Extraordinary Stories about Ordinary Things exhibition opens in London. On display as part of the exhibition is a design sketch from the Stoddard-Templeton Archive by Marion Dorn Ltd. Dorn was an influential interior and textile designer,… Read More ›
In support of the Europe Global Regional Activity Briefing (GRAB) Lunch, held on Tuesday January 22nd as part of the University’s Internationalisation Agenda, the International Heritage Project provided a pop-up display of documents from Archive Services and Special Collections. … Read More ›
My first full week in the post of International Heritage Project support officer saw my inaugural visit on the afternoon of Friday 11th January, when Glasgow University Library hosted a small, but very important Japanese delegation. The party was composed… Read More ›