exhibition features the work of Sharon Kivland. Showing two new series of colour photographs, her work deals with the relationship between city and gender. Le Bonheur Des Femmes features photographs of women shopping at Paris perfume counters accompanied by text bearing the names of perfumes. In Mes Peripateticiennes (My Streetwalkers), Kivland shows life-size photographs of women in Paris arcades.
THE QUEEN'S HALL
Clerk Street, 667 7776. Mon—Sat loam—5.3 m.
Brian Hart ey Until Sat 2 Sep. Working as an artist-in-residence for dance companies, Brian Hartley captures the spirit of dance with these new paintings.
THE RANDOLPH STUDIO
at Institut Francais d’Ecosse, 13 Randolph Crescent, 225 5366. Daily 11am—1 1pm.
Tinseltown Until Mon 28 Aug. Black and white photographs of Hollywood by Los Angeles photographer Bonnie Dolin. UNLV Filmmakers Showcase Until Mon 28 Aug, 2.45pm. £5 (£4). The department of Film, University of Nevada, Las Vegas presents the European premiere of ten short narratives featuring contemporary digital ﬁlmmaking.
THE REYNOLDS GALLERY
63 Dublin Street, 557 0480. Tue—Sat 11am—5pm; Sun 11am—4pm.
Amanda Spencer-Cooke — Fotototems And Ceramics Until Mon 4 Sep. Amanda Spencer-Cooke presents Fotototems, abstract photographic montages of rocks, stones, sand, lichens, structures and water shown alongside her three types of ceramics: Paper Porcelain, Secret Stones and painted work.
15 Rutland Square, 229 7545. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm; Sat 10am—4pm.
Edinburgh On The Rack: The New Architecture Until Fri 1 Sep. Designed and curated by Adrian Welch and Richard Murphy Architects with commentary by the ﬁlmmaker Murray Grigor, the gallery’s Festival exhibition puts Edinburgh’s architecture and urban design of the 90s under the spotlight. Copenhagen's New Town Mon 4—Fri 22 Sep. Danish architectural photographer Jens Lindhe presents an exhibition of photographs of the busy district of Frederiksstaden in Copenhagen which, like Edinburgh’s New Town, was created in the middle of the 18th century.
ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS
9 Hill Square, 527 1600. Mon—Fri 10am—4pm; Sat 10am—1pm.
Sir Jules Thorn Exhibition And Menzies Campbell Dental Museum Until Sat 2 Sep. An exhibition looking at the history of surgery over the past 500 years, highlighting major discoveries.
THE ROYAL EDINBURGH HOSPITAL The Link Gallery, 23 Tipperlinn Road. For further information call Artlink on 229 3555.
Anne Elliot. Kate Gray and Diana Hendry Until Sun 24 Sep. New work by contemporary visual artists Kate Gray and Anne Elliot, shown alongside poetry by writer Diana Hendry.
ROYAL FINE ART COMMISSION Bakehouse Close, 146 Canongate, 556 6699. Daily 11am-4pm.
Building Scotland: Building Debate Until Sat 2 Sep. Building Scotland, a book by architects Alan Reiach and Robert Hurd published back in 1943, focused on the state of architecture at the time. The general consensus, endorsed by the Secretary of State, was that modernism was the way forward. In a show curated and designed by Oliver Chapman Associates, six architects reveal their thoughts on the way modern challenges should be tackled through images, audio-visual presentation, models and texts. See review.
THE ROYAL INFIRMARY OF EDINBURGH
The Pelican Gallery, 1 Lauriston Place. For further information call Artlink on 229 3555.
Family Tree Until Mon 25 Sep. Paintings, prints, textiles and photography inspired by landscape and nature created by a family of artists Alex, Midge, Kim and Steve Gourlay and Alex Gunn.
ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE
Howard Bar Gallery, Grindlay Street, 248 4848.
Nicholas Newton Until Mon 9 Oct. Contemporary works on paper by Nicholas Newton.
ROYAL OVER-SEAS HOUSE
Landings Gallery, 100 Princes Street, 225 1501. Daily 10am—6pm.
The Competition Until Fri 22 Sep. Specially commissioned photographs of the 1999 ROSL Annual Music Competition by photo-joumalist Richard Smith.
ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN
lnverleith Row, 552 7171. Daily 9.30am—7pm.
Lawrence Weiner TIME + PLACE Until Sun 29 Oct. (lnverleith House, daily 11am-5pm). lnverleith House’s Festival exhibition showcases the work of conceptual artist from New York, Lawrence Weiner. Dealing with the philosophy of language, Weiner creates a site-speciﬁc work for the gallery comprising a series of huge text pieces ap lied to the walls in charcoal.
Fringe Poster Exhibition Until Sun 27 Aug. (Exhibition Hall). Over 200 of the best entries to this year’s Fringe Poster exhibition are on display.
Feltworks Until Sun 27 Aug. lOam-Spm. Free. The International Feltmakers Association exhibit new works with an environmental theme. Elemental Traces Until Mon 18 Sep. (Glasshouse Experience). lntemationally acclaimed artists Diana Hobson and Keiko Mukaide create site-specific glass sculptures which combine sound, natural light and glass for the four houses which make up the Glasshouse Experience. The Butterfly - An Dealan Dhe Until Mon 18 Sep. (Caledonian Hall). Photography inspired by nature by Highlands-based artist Craig Mackay.
ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY
The Mound, 225 6671. Mon$at 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Free. Connections 2000 Until Sun 24 Sep. The RSA’s Festival exhibition presents works by members and their guests in a range of media including painting, sculpture, printmaking and architecture. Honorary members Carey Clark, John Bellany and Wilhelmina Bams-Graham will also be exhibiting.
THE SABLE GALLERY
29b Dundas Street, 467 3937. Tue-Fri 11am—7pm; Sat 11am—5 m.
Ready, Willing And Sa Ie Until Sat 2 Sep. A rotating exhibition of paintings, photography, sculpture, glass, textiles and ceramics by Scotland-based artists.
SCOTTISH ARTS CLUB
24 Rutland Square, 229 8157. Daily 11am—6pm.
Arshile Gorky, Making The Book Until Mon 28 Aug. Nouritza Matossian curates an exhibition of photographs, maps and exhibition posters collected during twenty years research of the work of Arshile Gorky (1904—1948).
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CREATIVE SCOTLAND AWARDS 2001
The Scottish Arts Council is offering 14 awards of £25,000 to individual artists living and working in Scotland.
We are interested in artists across every discipline — architecture, crafts, dance, design, digital media, drama/theatre, fashion, ﬁlm/video, literature, all forms of music, photography, visual arts and other artforms.
This is an exciting opportunity for people who have made a signiﬁcant contribution within their ﬁeld to develop ideas, refresh skills and progress with imaginative projects.
Closing date for applications 2 October 2000.
For an information pack and application form, contact our help desk on 0131 240 2443/2444 (open Mon-Fri, 10am-12noon and 2-4pm) or go
12 Manor Place Edinburgh EH3 700 email: email@example.com Our aim: to play our part in creating a dynamic arts
environment which values the artist and enhances the
quality of life for the people of Scotland.
- THE SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCIL - -
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