Artist and GSA Tutor David Bellingham has curated a display of books, publications and concrete poems by Robert Lax on Level 1 of the Library. Lax is now regarded as a seminal figure in 20th century modernist poetry, and was hailed by Jack Kerouac as “one of the great original voices of our times … a Pilgrim in search of beautiful innocence”.
Check out our new Poetry Collection, featuring volumes by classic, cult and contemporary poets. You’ll find this great new resource on Level 1 of the Library.
Image courtesy Rachel Kickmeyer https://www.flickr.com/photos/rknickme/
We have recently subscribed to the journal Imagine FX. You can access Imagine FX through our brand new magazines on-the-go service. Read it online, or download it to your mobile device to read later – perfect for when you are out and about.
We are currently trialing the database Art & Architecture Source. A&AS is an art research database that covers a broad range of subjects from fine, decorative and commercial art, to various areas of architecture and architectural design. It features full-text articles, indexing and abstracts for an array of journals, books and more. Access A&AS on-campus here and if you like what you see, let us know!
Rhino and People Size are now both available on any yellow-stickered computer in the Library.
The University of Glasgow is currently replacing all student and staff ID cards across its campuses. If you are a student or staff member at Glasgow School of Art and use a GU card to access services, facilities and collections at the University, these changes will affect you. Please note that your GSA campus card will not be affected.
Please retain your existing GU card as you may still require the old-style cards for a few weeks whilst hardware is upgraded. Progress updates will be posted within each building, with completion scheduled for June 2017.
All questions and queries concerning the card migration should be sent to email@example.com
If you are a student, you should:
- Check that the University of Glasgow has your correct home and term-time addresses, as your new GU card will be sent to you in the post.
- You can check your address via the MyCampus portal.
- There are instructions on how to edit your address here.
If you are a member of staff, you should:
Check that the University of Glasgow has your correct work address, as your new GU card will be sent to you in the post. You can check your address via the GU HR portal.
- Click ‘My Profile’ in the top right-hand corner of the Employee Dashboard
- Choose ‘Contacts’ from the left-hand menu
- Amend your address under ‘My Address Details’
You may have seen our beautiful new display on Level 1 of the Library. Curated by artist and GSA tutor David Bellingham, this is the second in a series of displays that will focus on the artists’ book. The current display looks at the works of poet Laurie Clark.