CPD: Conservation Works at GoMA

A photograph of the Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art

Thursday, 16th May | 1:00-2.00pm | Online via Zoom and In-Person at GCHT’s office on 54 Bell Street, Glasgow, G1 1LQ 

The Gallery of Modern Art is housed in one of Glasgow’s most distinctive buildings. Category A-Listed, it was originally built in 1778 and remains one of the city’s most important Georgian-era buildings. 

In this CPD, Scott Abercrombie of John Gilbert Architects will be discussing the recent works the practice has undertaken to repair and conserve the built fabric, as well as its history and significance as a building. 

Attendees will get to learn about the high-level stone repair and leadwork that John Gilbert are currently overseeing, and how they have coordinated this in conjunction with such a public-facing building. 

This event will be held both in-person at our office on 54 Bell Street, Glasgow (with light lunch provided) and streamed online via Zoom. Please pick the appropriate ticket option for you below.

£10 per person / £5 for students


All sessions are recognised by the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) as being capable of contributing to the obligatory CPD requirements of Full Members (see www.ihbc.org.uk)

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