|7th Jun 2018 to 30th Sep 2018|
|Screenings through the day. Please telephone the Museum on 0141 287 0500 to confirm screening times before you visit.|
Scotland Street School Museum
225 Scotland Street, Glasgow South Side G5 8QB
|This is a free event|
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‘Scotland Street School Remembers’, a fascinating documentary revealing life in and around Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s last major commission in Glasgow opens on the 150th anniversary of the world-renowned architect’s birth.
Created by Scottish artist and filmmaker Margaret Moore, ‘Scotland Street School Remembers’ brings to life a hundred years of memories held by former pupils attending the school between the late 1920s and the school’s closure in 1979.
Weaving interviews with archive film, illustrations, family photographs and song, Margaret draws a colourful, moving picture of life at the school and within the surrounding community through this period of great change.
The 90 minute documentary Scotland Street School Remembers is the third instalment of Margaret’s wider Still Sounds project charting the social history of the school and local community at home, work and war during the last century.
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