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The Glasgow Art Show celebrated its 30th year and remains true to its original aims ‘to make art affordable to all’ and to raise the profile of Macmillan and the compassionate and practical work it does every day supporting people affected by cancer.
With exhibits ranging from £50 to £5,000 and work submitted by amateur and professional artists, the show has grown to be one of the most successful charity art shows in Scotland and during the last three decades the Glasgow 84 committee has raised over £2.8 million.
Income from the event is still being counted but it looks like the £200,000 target is going to be met and the ultimate target of raising £3million in 30 years will be achieved. Extensive media coverage of this year’s show helped to raise awareness, with coverage on STV Glasgow, The Herald and The Scotsman.
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