Stuart has been Director of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society since 2001. He has a varied and extensive role in promoting the Society around the world, developing the membership and running Mackintosh Queen’s Cross as a quality events space and visitor centre. He oversees the production of the Society’s annual
Following a career in dentistry, nursing homes and commercial property, David is the owner of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Windyhill in Kilmacolm, which he has restored to its former glory, including furniture lighting and glass. An Honorary Patron of the National Galleries of Scotland, David’s interests include the Secessionist Movement, European
Alison Brown is curator for European Decorative Art and is based at Scotland Street School Museum. She is responsible for decorative arts and design from 1800 including furniture and interiors, ceramics, glass, stained glass and design education, with particular focus on the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the Glasgow Style
After a spell in the theatre in London and Cambridge, Michael moved to Edinburgh to head up the world-famous Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 1981. Later he moved to Glasgow to organise the Glasgow Garden Festival (1988) and then co-authored the bid for the European City of Culture. He was Chief
Moira was a former Head Teacher with Glasgow City Council. She has a wide and varied skill set, including people management, delivering training, problem solving and project management in line with legislation specialising in inclusion, integration and accessibility.
Ruairidh C. Moir
Ruairidh is an architect living and working in Glasgow undertaking work across Scotland through his practice, BARD Ailteir. He also teaches in the design studio of the Strathclyde School of Architecture and is a nationally elected council member and trustee of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland.
Charlotte was the property manager for the National Trust for Scotland at The Hill House in Helensburgh (2002 – 2008), before taking on the role as curator of Dumfries House (2008-2016). In 2016 Charlotte took on the role as Head of the Glasgow Office for Lyon and Turnbull.
Garry has been Chief Executive at the House for an Art Lover in Bellahouston Park since 2011. The house is operated as a cultural visitor attraction, arts venue, weddings and exclusive private dining venue inspired by the designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Garry was formerly the General Manager at One
Peter Trowles is a former council member. He is a highly respected arts and heritage professional who spent 30 years as Curator at the Glasgow School of Art where he did much to raise the international profile of the School’s Mackintosh heritage. Throughout his career Peter has undertaken extensive research,