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Bio Alastair Rawlinson is Head of Data Acquisition at The Glasgow School of Art’s School of Simulation and Visualisation, where he co-manages the Visualisation Team, has an applied research remit and leads on the Scottish Ten involvement for GSA. He has extensive experience in heritage digital documentation and visualisation as well as medical visualisation. Alastair is a professional product designer, with a B.Sc. (Hons) from Glasgow Caledonian University. He has worked in the 3D visualisation sector since graduation and joined The Glasgow School of Art in 2006, where he embarked on the digital documentation of an entire city to create the ‘Urban Model of Glasgow’. Alastair is responsible for fieldwork coordination, management of data processing and creation of digital interactives for all Scottish Ten sites. He specialises in the management and delivery of large scale, complex digital documentation projects, which often require innovative and bespoke solutions to data capture. He is passionate about 3D technologies and the practical applications of 3D data for the benefit of historic and industrial sites.

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Alastair Rawlinson is Head of Data Acquisition at The Glasgow School of Art’s School of Simulation and Visualisation, where he co-manages the Visualisation Team, has an applied research remit and leads on the Scottish Ten involvement for GSA. He has extensive experience in heritage digital documentation and visualisation as well as medical visualisation. Alastair is a professional product designer, with a B.Sc. (Hons) from Glasgow Caledonian University. He has worked in the 3D visualisation sector since graduation and joined The Glasgow School of Art in 2006, where he embarked on the digital documentation of an entire city to create the ‘Urban Model of Glasgow’. Alastair is responsible for fieldwork coordination, management of data processing and creation of digital interactives for all Scottish Ten sites. He specialises in the management and delivery of large scale, complex digital documentation projects, which often require innovative and bespoke solutions to data capture. He is passionate about 3D technologies and the practical applications of 3D data for the benefit of historic and industrial sites.

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Research Modern Two houses a collection of prints, archives, and books from the mid-twentieth century to the present day. Modern art library The modern art library covers the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. Modern and contemporary works on paper The collection consists of Scottish and international twentieth and twenty-firstt century graphic art. Modern and contemporary art archive & special books The collection includes personal and institutional archives relating to twentieth and twenty-first century Scottish and international art.

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Galleries & groundsThe Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is a must-see venue for modern and contemporary art. Modern One is housed in a neoclassical building, which was designed by William Burn in 1825. The lawn at the front of the building was landscaped to a design by Charles Jencks and is home to a fantastic sculpture park. Pig Rock Bothy is also on the Modern One grounds and was designed for a changing programme of performances, discussions, residencies and events.

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Conservation Scientist Maureen Young joined Historic Environment Scotland in 2007. She has a BSc in Geology, an MSc in Geochemistry and a PhD in Building Science. Her main fields of interest lie in the investigation and treatment of the deterioration of building stone. Maureen is also a trained infrared thermographer. Built environment research projects in which Maureen has been involved include stone cleaning, biocide and conservation treatments, building stone decay and damp problems. She co-authored Stonecleaning – A Guide for Practitioners and three Technical Advice Notes. Maureen also contributed a chapter to the Natural Stone Institute publication Building with Scottish Stone. She also participates in collaborative research projects providing supervision and access to equipment for research students.

The Scottish Parliament Information Centre have produced a briefing on the 2017 local government elections.  The briefing includes information on turnout, results, the gender balance of the councillors and the make-up of the administration.

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art has metered car parks. The fee is £2 per day and applies from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week. Visitors should not park for more than 8 hours, and overnight parking is not permitted. Get directions on Google Maps

Photographic Officer Mike Brooks retired from HES in 2013, after more than 30 years’ service. As our in-house videographer, Mike was on hand to document the team at work, filming every Scottish Ten project. He also assisted with surveying the sites, applying his skills in photogrammetry and tilt-shift photography.

Justin Barton worked with CyArk for nearly seven years to bring the organisation’s digital documentation methods to heritage sites across the globe. As Manager of Partnership Development, part of his role was to develop data collection and processing standards. To ensure coverage and accuracy, Justin provided daily data oversight at four of the international Scottish Ten sites and Orkney. Justin left CyArk to join Leica Geosystems in 2014, and we continue to collaborate with him in his role with the High-Definition Surveying marketing team.

Cafés & restaurants Café Modern One Opening times Open Monday-Friday 9am-4.30pm, weekends from 10am. 0131 332 8600 cafemodernone@heritageportfolio.co.uk Café Modern One is the perfect location for a spot of al fresco dining. Our garden terrace is a great place to enjoy one of our tasty salads, a deli filled sandwich or one of our delicious hot dishes. Join friends for a lazy lunch with a glass of wine or have a quick catch up with coffee. Café Modern Two Opening times Open daily from 10am-4.30pm 0131 624 6273 cafemoderntwo@heritageportfolio.co.uk The more intimate Café Modern Two offers table service and a seasonally changing lunch menu which includes soups and light main meals, all cooked on the premises, as well as antipasti platters and filled focaccias and baguettes. A luxurious afternoon tea for two at Café Modern Two costs only £30 Book a table

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Sam’s main role in the Scottish 10 is as a 3D modeller and animator at the School of Simulation and Visualisation, creating photorealistic 3D visualisations based upon the scan data. He has recently worked on other projects creating content for the Bannockburn visitor, training tools for NHS education, and visualisations for the Queensferry crossing. Sam has been involved in the scanning of several Scottish Ten sites usually on the underbelly of large steel structures, and as a result of this has developed a liking for rust.

Robbie Nuttall joined the organisation in 1994 as Architectural Technician for Edinburgh Castle, having previously worked for 10 years in private practice. After moving to our North Regional Office in 1996, he was promoted to Senior Architectural Technician in 2005. Robbie’s remit includes providing technical support and advice to prepare for the measured survey of structures and sites for conservation, restoration and recording purposes. He also works on the Rae Project, our ambitious programme to digitally record all 345 sites in the Historic Scotland estate.

Tickets this way Play now Subscribe now Results Watch the draw on STV every Monday night Prize Breakdown Play now Only £1 to Play Helping Scotland’s Children Guaranteed Winners Subscriptions News Show all News Good causes win too with the Scottish Children’s Lottery! Every time you play the Scottish Children’s Lottery you are helping children in Scotland. Here’s just one of the many cheques presented to good causes. This time, Enable Scotland, through Rascals playgroup will provide support to children of all ages. Watch out for loads more cheque presentation pictures coming soon. The more you play – the more children in Scotland will benefit Read more This week’s charity This week you will be helping Chance to Study. Currently, one in five children in Scotland live in poverty. We believe that every child deserves the very best start in life, whatever their family’s circumstances. With your support, Chance to Study will invest in projects that aim to alleviate the impact of poverty, providing help to those children who need it most. Visit the Chance to Study website to find out more. Read more Sean’s weekly forecast! It’s my weekly forecast time again! This time I am going for a mixture of form balls and those that have rarely appeared. Due an appearance are balls 9 and 18 while the in form balls are 26,27 and 32. What will you pick for Monday’s Draw? Read more

Education With 19 Higher Education institutes, Scotland has the highest concentration of universities in Europe. Oil and gas By finding trade partners in Scotland you’ll have access to skills, expertise and technology that help drive the global oil & gas industry. Renewable energy Across wind, wave and tidal power, we can help you find unbeatable locations, suppliers and partnerships. Textiles Textiles buyers can source the finest cashmere, tartans and tweeds for fashion or interiors, or pioneering performance and medical fabrics.

Shops The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art has two shops, one at Modern One and one at Modern Two, each with a wonderful selection of art books, unusual gifts and a great range of postcards featuring works from the Collection. With contemporary homewares, limited edition jewellery, beautiful stationery and inspiring designs on everyday items, you’re guaranteed to find the perfect gift. Online shop

Bio Alan Simpson joined HES in 1991, originally using his industrial model making skills to help with structural painting. In 1992, he turned his attention to the task of frame conservation. Alan became responsible for all gilding and heraldry in the Historic Scotland estate in 1996. Laser scanning projects have been part of Alan’s remit since he joined the Digital Documentation team in 2008 as a Technical Conservation Officer and is responsible for all technical equipment.

Bio David Mitchell’s interest in the developing use of new media and technology within the heritage environment ideally placed him to lead the Scottish Ten project. His academic background is in earth sciences and conservation, with his specialist areas of expertise relate to traditional building materials and industrial heritage. David is Director of the Conservation Directorate at Historic Environment Scotland and his remit covers technical and scientific research and innovation, education, traditional materials and skills, climate change and applied conservation. He is also responsible for the ongoing conservation and maintenance of the 345 properties in Historic Environment Scotland’s care. David is also a Director of the Centre for Digital Documentation and Visualisation LLP.

Alan Simpson joined HES in 1991, originally using his industrial model making skills to help with structural painting. In 1992, he turned his attention to the task of frame conservation. Alan became responsible for all gilding and heraldry in the Historic Scotland estate in 1996. Laser scanning projects have been part of Alan’s remit since he joined the Digital Documentation team in 2008 as a Technical Conservation Officer and is responsible for all technical equipment.

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art has metered car parks. The fee is £2 per day and applies from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week. Visitors should not park for more than 8 hours, and overnight parking is not permitted.

Good causes win too with the Scottish Children’s Lottery! Every time you play the Scottish Children’s Lottery you are helping children in Scotland. Here’s just one of the many cheques presented to good causes. This time, Enable Scotland, through Rascals playgroup will provide support to children of all ages. Watch out for loads more cheque presentation pictures coming soon. The more you play – the more children in Scotland will benefit Read more This week’s charity This week you will be helping Chance to Study. Currently, one in five children in Scotland live in poverty. We believe that every child deserves the very best start in life, whatever their family’s circumstances. With your support, Chance to Study will invest in projects that aim to alleviate the impact of poverty, providing help to those children who need it most. Visit the Chance to Study website to find out more. Read more Sean’s weekly forecast! It’s my weekly forecast time again! This time I am going for a mixture of form balls and those that have rarely appeared. Due an appearance are balls 9 and 18 while the in form balls are 26,27 and 32. What will you pick for Monday’s Draw? Read more

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