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Mackintosh and Glasgow: Anniversary Lecture Clyde Binfield Thursday 18 January 2018

Our lecturer Clyde Binfield describes himself as a man of Kent, a Cambridge graduate, cruise lecturer, Professor Emeritus of History at Sheffield University. His lecture on Mackintosh and Glasgow coincides with  the 150th anniversary of the birth of the Glasgow-born architect, designer and artist who is celebrated as one of the most creative figures of the 20th century. He is regarded as the father of Glasgow style and one of the city’s most famous sons.