Impact Arts at The Briggait, Doors Open Day Glasgow


David Shrigley’s life drawings were the main attraction at The Briggait during Doors Open Day last weekend. The Turner Prize nominated artist, who is patron of the Impact Arts project, has curated a selection of 200 drawings currently on show in the building’s courtyard for Live Drawings for Sale.

The Briggait was originally the city’s fish market and has now been transformed into a vibrant new home for over 80 artists and cultural organisations, alongside hosting exhibitions and events, including the recent installation The Empire Cafe during the Commonwealth Games.

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// All photos courtesy of Impact Arts

// Illustrator and artist David Shrigley is hosting the sale of 200 drawings of his piece Life Model to raise funds for The Young Gallery on the 25th September 2014


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Doors Open Days is Scotland’s largest free annual architectural event. It is coordinated nationally by the Scottish Civic Trust.
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