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Hannah Frank, Glasgow Girl, 110th Birthday Exhibition

That the Parliament celebrates the life and work of the late Glasgow artist, Hannah Frank; notes that the artist studied at the Glasgow School of Art and University of Glasgow in the 1920s and 1930s and is recognised as a key figure in the Art Nouveau, Glasgow Style movement; recognises that her work has been exhibited in the Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Academy and Royal Glasgow Institute; commends the students who have organised an exhibition in commemoration of the artist's 110th birthday in the University of Glasgow memorial chapel; understands that, following the official opening on 19 November 2018, the exhibition will run until 6 February 2019 and feature a selection of original drawings, prints and sculptures from the artist, as well as creative workshops, guest speakers and weekly open tours; welcomes the efforts that have been made in partnership with Visibility Glasgow to ensure that the exhibition is accessible to people with impaired vision; appreciates that the students have worked closely with the artist's niece, Fiona Frank, and the Scottish Council of Jewish Communities, and encourages the public to come along to the exhibition and participate in the celebration of Hannah Frank's life and work.

Supported by: Sandra White, Stuart McMillan, Richard Lyle, Rona Mackay, Bob Doris, John Mason, Bill Kidd, Joan McAlpine, Kenneth Gibson, Stewart Stevenson, David Torrance, Jenny Gilruth, Fulton MacGregor, Gail Ross, Maureen Watt, Angela Constance, Gillian Martin, Clare Adamson, Tom Arthur

Current Status: Fallen on 24/01/2019
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