17th Annual General Meeting – 11 June 2022 Information on the AGM business has been sent out to all members. If you cannot attend the AGM, the accounts and a full report will be posted on the Society website. Over the last two years, the pandemic has dominated our lives.
In our latest ‘Volunteer Spotlight’ Q&A, we chatted to Puravi Kumar, who joined us in October 2018. After starting as a Mackintosh Visitor Services Volunteer, Puravi quickly demonstrated her interest in research driven projects and so became our new Mackintosh Research Assistant. Puravi has played a crucial part in facilitating
In the second of our Volunteer Spotlight interviews we asked our resident super sleuth Elizabeth about her experiences working as the Society’s volunteer researcher and library assistant. The Mackintosh Resource Centre at Mackintosh Queen’s Cross, the headquarters of the CRM Society. Q1. How, when and why did you first get
We caught up with one of our great volunteers, Ian, who has volunteered for the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society for over 5 years. His experiences and dedication allowed him to pursue work in the Arts and Heritage sector and he now works for Glasgow Museums, sharing his Mackintosh knowledge and
It is with great sadness that news of Gavin Stamp’s death in late December has been received by the Society. Gavin’s family have kindly passed on the details of the funeral arrangements and asked that we spread them far and wide. These are included below. Gavin was of course the
We hope that you will be able to attend this year’s AGM which will be held on Saturday 3 June 2017 at 10.30am at Mackintosh Queen’s Cross. A copy of the AGM Notice is included overleaf. Members please note that there will be one vacancy for Council. Nomination forms are
Patricia Douglas MBE, FRSA 1931–2016 Honorary Secretary 1973 to 1985; Director 1985 to 1998, 2000 to 2001; Honorary Vice President from 2000; Trustee and Patron of the 78 Derngate Trust Patricia Douglas will be remembered by many for her lifelong engagement with Mackintosh and the Mackintosh Society. Her passing in 2016 was