Bosses at Glasgow School of Art blew £1.25 million on converting a building for students before abandoning the plan, according to confidential documents.
Holyrood will debate the management of an iconic art school accused of diverting funds – raised after a devastating fire – into expansion plans.
Glasgow School of Art has lost another executive after the finance director resigned.
The director of the Glasgow School of Art was forced to leave work against his will by chairwoman Muriel Gray as he led the response to a second devastating fire, we can reveal today.
The Mackintosh building is probably the greatest piece of art ever produced in this country and its destruction meant the whole world, not just Scotland, lost a treasure.
None of the £10 million of taxpayers’ money given to Glasgow School of Art after a devastating fire in 2014 was spent repairing the damage done by the blaze, we can reveal.
An international appeal that raised £20 million to rebuild Glasgow School of Art after a devastating fire is under scrutiny after it emerged insurance payouts covered the restoration work.
It was, the great and the good of the art world agreed, a splendid idea.
The shock and sadness drifted like smoke from the west end of Sauchiehall Street around the world.
Seventy staff have left Glasgow School of Art in the 12 months since the iconic building suffered a second devastating fire, we can reveal.
Students who paid up to £20,000 a year to study at the Glasgow’s fire-ravaged School of Art have demanded their money back after claiming their course was chaotic.