More than 60 Friends and their guests had a thoroughly enjoyable visit to the Mary Quant Exhibition at Kelvingrove last Friday, 8th September! It was
Many thanks to Margaret Anderson for another highly informative walking tour of Glasgow’s Necropolis.
FRIENDS ENJOY A SPECIAL ORGAN RECITAL AND LUNCH AT KELVINGROVE!
Well done to the team at the Tall Ship Glenlee for securing a 1.8 million award from the National Heritage Memorial Fund. During the last
We were delighted to receive these lovely photographs from the Friends of Glasgow Royal Infirmary recently. They show some of the school groups taking part
Over One Hundred Friends came together to enjoy a drinks reception, followed by a delicious, three-course Christmas Lunch in the restaurant at Kelvingrove Art Gallery
Many thanks to Alisa Dixon, the story teller, who created the evocative interpretation of the ships apprentice, Andy?s logbook that was written at the time
FoGM members have a special tour of the Eric Watt Exhibition as a thank for sponsoring the exhibition catalogue!
Friends were delighted to have a special tour of the wonderful Eric Watt exhibition of his photographs of life in Glasgow in the second half
In Conversation with Lachlan Goudie, Glasgow Art Club, October 6th 2022. The Conversation with Lachlan Goudie was led by Roger Billcliffe on a blustery early
A special meeting for Margaret Anderson with HRH King Charles today at the Burrell Collection re-opening!
Margaret Anderson had a special meeting today at the Burrell Collection reopening with HRH King Charles! It was lovely to see Margaret wearing her MBE
Preview visit to the refurbished Burrell Collection and book launch of new Sir William Burrell biography.
Caroline, our Chair and Barbara, our Vice-Chair were at the Burrell Collection last night for the launch of the biography about Sir William Burrell and
On Wednesday 6th July, for FoGM?s first bus excursion since 2019, a party of Friends journeyed to the Hill House in Helensburgh. The Hill House
Mungo Campbell, Deputy Director of the Hunterian gave an introductory talk about the forthcoming Alasdair Gray Exhibition
A group of Friends enjoyed a private visit to the delayed exhibition of Alasdair Gray?s written and artistic work created by him for his well
Since 1944 FoGM has existed to foster an interest in the collections and activities of the art galleries and museums in Glasgow, and Friends of
Our first in-person AGM at The Glasgow Art Club went very well last night. Many thanks to Outi Smith and Nicolas Gaul for entertaining us
We very much hope that Friends will be able to join us for our AGM at The Glasgow Art Club on Monday 23rd May at
Lovers of Art the Friends certainly are, and so on Wednesday 18th May, we enjoyed a very appropriate visit to House for an Art Lover
Friends enjoyed another very interesting Walking Tour of the Necropolis with Margaret Anderson on Thursday 21st April.
Friends of Glasgow Museums – Walking Tour of the Glasgow Necropolis On a glorious Spring afternoon Friends congregated at the gates of Glasgow?s Necropolis and
Thank you to Margaret Anderson for the highly enjoyable and informative guided walking tour of Kelvingrove Park near Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum today. The
Caroline Robertson, our Chairman was invited by Bendor Grosvenor and his tv team to witness the big reveal at Kelvingrove Art Gallery last September of
LECTURE 1 – Tuesday, 25th January 2022 at 2pm?Painting for my life?: Marianne Grant?s Holocaust Artworks’ – Dr Jo Meacock (Curator of British Art, Glasgow
Look out for, either an email or a letter through the post, advertising the Friends’ Christmas Event on Tuesday 7th December at 2.30pm at The
Hugo from Drawing Life Glasgow and model Topaz organised a beautifully themed practical class based on Cadell?s painting, The Orange Blind on display in Kelvingrove
Email firstname.lastname@example.orgÿto book a place on this new practical guided class run by Drawing Life, Glasgow. Cost is 15 to Friends, 20 to non-members.
Friends enjoyed a walking tour of Kelvingrove Park, courtesy of Margaret Anderson on Thursday 14th October.ÿOn a crisp Autumn afternoon, Friends gathered for Part 2
Another successful Afternoon Tea event at the Glasgow Art Club to introduce nearly 50 of our members to our new home. Thanks again to the
The Friends had their very first outing in person at our new home – The Glasgow Art Club on the 20th July. 50 members arrived