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Snapshots of a Lost World: The Decline of Scottish Industry

A free photography exhibition looking at New Lanark's past, present, and the evolving future.

 

Historic Environment Scotland Exhibition:

Industry and Aesthetics is a new touring exhibition showcasing the visual impact, drama and power of Scotland as an industrial nation. The photographs were chosen for the exhibition as a result of a crowdsourcing exercise, which invited participants to look at the images and choose which words, feelings and emotions that each of the images conjured up.

 

New Lanark Photography Collection

Never before seen images of New Lanark Mills in the 1970s and 80s reveal the derelict state that the buildings fell into. Following on from the HES photography, the exhibition asks visitors to consider the feelings and emotions that these images invoke, and shines a light on a little known period of New Lanark’s history.

 

Mackintosh School of Architecture

2nd year architecture students were asked to produce concepts for live/work spaces for modern New Lanark based on the principles of Robert Owen. The exhibition features a selection of designs and models showcasing these ideas which range from brick making to housing for refugee children.

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A free photography exhibition looking at New Lanark's past, present, and the evolving future.

 

Historic Environment Scotland Exhibition:

Industry and Aesthetics is a new touring exhibition showcasing the visual impact, drama and power of Scotland as an industrial nation. The photographs were chosen for the exhibition as a result of a crowdsourcing exercise, which invited participants to look at the images and choose which words, feelings and emotions that each of the images conjured up.

 

New Lanark Photography Collection

Never before seen images of New Lanark Mills in the 1970s and 80s reveal the derelict state that the buildings fell into. Following on from the HES photography, the exhibition asks visitors to consider the feelings and emotions that these images invoke, and shines a light on a little known period of New Lanark’s history.

 

Mackintosh School of Architecture

2nd year architecture students were asked to produce concepts for live/work spaces for modern New Lanark based on the principles of Robert Owen. The exhibition features a selection of designs and models showcasing these ideas which range from brick making to housing for refugee children.