Showcasing the work of 2014 Graduates, the GSA Graduate Degree Show features the work of Architecture, Design, Fine Art and Creative Practice students. The show will run until 12 September in the Reid Building and McLellan Galleries, concluding with the MDes Fashion Promenades on the final evening.

See work from the Digital Design Studio and International Heritage Visualisation programme and be transported to various different worlds from the inside of present-day Barlinnie Prison (Eddie Beggan) to the Finnieston Crane and Queen’s Docks of Glasgow in the 1930s (Nichola McCabe) and beyond to the Scottish Parliament House in the late 17th Century (Annette Whitelaw).

Annette Whitelaw: GSA Grad Show
Annette Whitelaw

Medical innovation meets digital technology in mobile and education applications which facilitate learning created by Medical Visualisation graduates. Their work explores such diverse themes as jaw surgery (Yeshwanth Pulijala) and asthma (Kirsty Jordan).

Charlotte Craig: GSA Grad Show

Charlotte Craig

Moths (Charlotte Craig), Greek Philosophy (Mi Lin) and creation through destruction (Atsuko Nakano) take centre stage in the illustration, graphics and photography students’ works on show in the Reid Gallery.

Mi Lin: GSA Grad Show
Graduate Mi Lin explores the idea of breath as a life force

Teresa Malaney: GSA Grad Show
MLitt Fine Art graduate Teresa Malaney focuses on loss in this the life-size latex representation of the doors to the Mackintosh Building

In the MLitt in Fine Art, see work from painting, printmaking, sculpture and fine art photography graduates over three different spaces in the McLellan Galleries focusing on a wide variety of themes.

Jasper Coppes: GSA Grad Show
Sculptural work by MLitt Fine Art graduate Jasper Coppes

Edwina Bracken: GSA Grad Show
MLitt Fine Art graduate Edwina Bracken combines oil paintings with gallery benches

The GSA Graduate Degree show runs in the Reid Building and McLellan Galleries until 12 September. For more information see the GSA website.

MDes Fashion Promenades are at 7 & 8pm on Friday 12 September.

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