10 years at Trongate 103. Then and Now.
It has been an pleasure
Trongate 103 – centre for art and creativity – celebrates its tenth birthday. Gmac Film has been a part of Trongate 103 for over 10 years. The building comprises of galleries, workshops, artists’ studios, and production spaces for the creation of art across genres, including printmaking, photography, digital media, ceramics and more.
Trongate 103 opened in September 2009, the outcome of several years of planning by various agencies working in partnership with the arts organisations to ensure that a vibrant arts infrastructure lies at the heart of the regeneration of the Merchant City. Housed across five floors of a B-Listed former Edwardian Warehouse building, it is home to such diverse organisations as Glasgow Independent Studio and Project Space, Glasgow Print Studio, Street Level Photoworks, Project Ability, Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre, Glasgow International, Transmission, Cafe Cossachok, GMAC Film and a number of creative industries and advocacy organisations.
Trongate 103 is another example of Glasgow’s innovative approach to stimulating contemporary arts. This is a place to see art, make art and to enjoy being creative. The ground and first floor of this former Edwardian warehouse building are the gallery floors, with a year round programme of exhibitions.
Trongate 103 became GMAC Film’s new home after moving from Albion street.