The Glasgow School of Art

The Glasgow School of Art, founded in 1845, is an internationally renowned art school. At the heart of the campus lies the Mackintosh Building. The School has produced 5 winners of the Turner Prize, the UK’s most prestigious contemporary art award, which is presented annually to an outstanding artist under the age of 50. A further 9 alumni have been shortlisted for the prize.

The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art is considered Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s masterpiece, and was severely damaged by a fire in May 2014.

The Glasgow School of Art Development Trust was the beneficiary of the Ash to Art auction, with sales contributing to the £32 million fundraising target set by The Mackintosh Campus Appeal.

For further information about the Appeal, please contact Alan Horn, Director of Development

Or, donate at

GSA website