Records of the Artist Teachers' Exhibition Society, Glasgow, Scotland

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Draft constitution and rules [c1910-1911]

Notice of meeting to determine final constitution [c1910-1911]

Catalogue for exhibition, undated

Catalogue for Third Annual Exhibition 14 February 1914

Invite to Private View of Third Annual Exhibition 1914

Invite to Third Annual Exhibition 1914

Invite to Fourth Annual Exhibition [1915]

Reminder of Art Union sale 1916

Administrative / Biographical History

The Artist Teachers' Exhibition Society was established c. 1910-1911 in Glasgow, Scotland, and was open to all who were artist teachers, with its object being to maintain a high standard of personal work on the part of its members. The first exhibition was held in 1911 and the fourth in 1916, an exhibition which gave its proceeds to the Scottish branch of the Red Cross Society and the Soldiers' & Sailors' Families Association . Members included many of the staff from the Glasgow School of Art , including Fra Newbery , Ann Macbeth and Maurice Greiffenhagen and teachers from other institutions in Scotland.


The arrangement of the material reflects the order in which it was deposited.

Conditions Governing Access

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Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements

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Archivist's Note

Fonds level description compiled by Adele Ashley-Smith, Archivist, 2000-2001 Updated by David Powell, Hub Project Archivist, 6 September 2001 Updated by David Powell, Hub Project Archivist, 14 May 2002 Archives Hub description updated by Carrie Skinner, Logjam Project Officer, September 2011

Appraisal Information

This material has been appraised in line with Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections standard procedures.

Custodial History


Related Material

Material is also held within GSA Ephemera books which contain material from the organisation and Newbery's correspondence. The books also contain correspondence between Newbery and James Dron, the treasurer of the Society.


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