GSA students show resourcing concerns
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GSA students stage 'pre-degree show' show

Students from Glasgow School of Art (GSA) have taken over 12 railway arches in the hope of highlighting their concerns for the school's future.

The 125 second year students say they have faced challenges with constrained resources and a lack of studio space.

"Twenty Five Per Cent Extra", the show's title, refers to the planned increase in the number of students over the next few years which they fear will squeeze resources, space and teaching.

Prof Tom Inns, director of GSA, says he welcomes the show as BBC Scotland's arts correspondent Pauline McLean reports.

  • 10 Jun 2016