0 NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND George [V Bridge. 226 4531. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm. Sat 9.30am—1pm.

Treasures oi the National Library oi Scotland Mary Queen of Scots’ last letter. written the night before her execution; the Gutenberg Bible and other rarely seen items are in this selection of books and manuscripts from the library‘s vast collection.

0 NETHERBOW 43 High Street 556 9579. Mon—Sat 10am—4pm and before theatre performances. Cafe. Edinburgh Victorian Until Sat 2 Nov. First exhibition of larger unknown

Victorian artist, Thomas Lauder

Sawers, who lived in Auld Reekie and found his subjects among her people and buildings.

Patricia Banyard Watercolours. The Edinburgh artist ‘s first solo exhibition Until Sat 2 Nov.

0 OPEN EYE GALLERY 57 Cumberland

Street. 557 1020. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm. Sat 10am-4pm. [D]

Moira Beaty 7 Oct 24 Oct. Paintings.

Muriel and Gordon McIntyre 7 Oct - 24 Oct. Ceramic sculptures.

Peter Boume 26 Oct—l4 Nov. Paintings.

Liz and Michael O’Donnell ‘Bowled Over’ 26 Oct—14 Nov. Wood carved. turned and decorated.

e PRINTMAKERS' WORKSHOP GALLERY 23 Union Street. 557 2479. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.

Between Friends 19 Oct—15 Nov. An exhibition ofwork by members of the Printmakers' Workshop. Displaying the range ofstyles and techniques used by printmakers in Scotland today. it is a colourful show designed to demonstrate the flexibility ofthe medium. John Bartholomew & Son Ltd. the renowned Edinburgh map-makers have decided to house a Victorian copperplate printing press with a distinctive star wheel handle at the workshop. Formerly used to print engraved maps. it will be restored to full working order and form a valuable addition to studio equipment. Its first use here is to

print ‘Chania: Eclipse'. an etching by

Philip Reeves. specially commissioned by the Friends. Each new Friend will receive one for the £15 subscription fee.

0 NATIONAL MUSEUMS OF SCOTLAND Queen Street. 556 8921. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm.

lam come home Treasures of Prince Charles Edward Stuart. Queen Street. Until Sun 3 Nov.

0 NATIONAL MUSEUMS OF SCOTLAND Chambers Street. 225 7534. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2-5pm. Costumes a Textiles ol Kuwait.

French Connections: Scotland and the Arts oi France The ‘Auld Alliance‘ is celebrated in this exhibition of French art and artefacts from Scottish collections.

0 SALTIRE GALLERY 13 Atholl Crescent 228 6621. Mon—Fri IOam—Spm. Thurs 10am—7pm. Sculpture, Embroidery. Screenprints and Paintings. 19—27 Oct.

0 THE SCOTTISH GALLERY 94 George Street. 225 5955. Mon—Fri 9am—5.30pm. Sat 9.30am—1 pm.

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Underneath Edinburgh’s South Bridge the new 369 Gallery is beginning to take root. The rambling structure at an old Cowgate store is being transiormed into a centre tor the arts. An exhibition space opened during the Festival and the next stage olthe project, a bar and restaurant called the ‘Gilded Balloon’ will be opening shortly.

The unloading bay of a disused department store might seem an unlikely site tor a trendy caté but the space has been cleverly converted into an attractive covered courtyard. Described as a ‘quality brasserie/restaurant’, the Gilded Balloon is being managed by an experienced team which includes Sam Piacentini and Bobby Halliday together with Walter Morris of CuI-de-Sac lame. The Gilded Balloon will open all day until late and, with a separate programme at activites in the pipeline, it should become an attraction in its own right.

Next door, in the gallery itseli, the current exhibition oi Graham

Donald Shannon Until 30 Oct. Landscapes.

Catherine Imhol-Cardinale Until 30 Oct. A feast of French colour brightens The Scottish Gallery in this exhibition of recent paintings by Catherine Imhof—Cardinale. Born in France in 1951 she now lives and works in this country and has recently had a number ofsuccessful shows around Scotland.

0 SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART Belford Road. 556 8921. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2-5pm.

German Expressionist Prints Until Thurs 31 Oct. Some of the world‘s


' Durward's work provides little respite

irom the surrounding activity. The expressionist style is very much the staple diet at both Edinburgh College oi Art and the 369 but these paintings have a raw, unrefined quality which sets the artist apart irom many oi his contemporaries.

Durward can certainly hold his own in the new 369 space. With this larger gallery the organisers say we can loolt lorward to a varied programme at group shows, including artists from both Edinburgh and Glasgow. In the next phase oi the 369 venture the upper lloors at this warren-like building will be renovated. There are plans to create up to ten artists' studios and ‘educational rooms‘ with activities such as drawing classes open to the general public. The whole scheme is ambitious and innovative, but, while they clearly have along way to go, the 369 team deserves whole-hearted support. (The bar should be open by 20 October and the restaurant will open at the beginning at November).

great image makers. Nolde. Munch. Marc. Klee. Kandinsky and others. in a powerful exhibition.

0 SCOTTISH POETRY LIBRARY 'l‘weeddale Court. 14 High Street. 557 2876.

The Double Knot and the Peeny: Scottish Women Poets 24 ()ct— 28 Dee. An exhibition of. books. pamphlets. tapes and other material.

0 STTLLS GALLERY 105 High Street. 557 1140.Tues—Sat 12—6pm.

W. Eugene Smith Until 2 Nov. A first-showing in Scotland of the striking photographs of W. Eugene Smith. As a photo-journalist working for Life and most other

major magazines. he produced classic photo-essays such as ‘Spanish Village‘ and ‘Man of Mercy‘. The exhibition spans the period from his war experiences in 1943 to his last great essay showing a world determined to poison itself.

0 TALBOT RICE ART GALLERY Old College. University ofEdinburgh. 224 1011. Mon—Sat. 10am—5pm. Modern Primitives 26 Oct—23 Nov. An exhibition of paintings and sculptures of a highly personal nature by self-taught artists.

0 THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton Place. 225 7942. Mon—Sat 9.30am—late.

Altered Images during Oct. An exhibition highlighting the campaigns of Friends of the Earth (Acid Rain. Woodwatch) in Scotland.

0 Torrance Gallery 296 Dundas Street. 556 6366. Mon—Fri 11am—6pm. Sat 10.30am—4pm. Memories recent oils. watercolours and drawings by Thora (‘lyne 28 Oct—9 Nov.

Sheena M. Stephen (iold and Silver Jewellery. 28 Oct—9 Nov.

0 THE 369 GALLERY Cowgate, 225 3013. Mon—Sat12.3o—5.3opm. Graham Durward Sat 5 ()ct Sat 26 Oct. Large. figurative paintings in oil. (See panel).

0 TRIANGLE GALLERY 7 Randolph Place. Mon—Fri 9.30am-4pm.

File and Duniermline Print Workshop Until 31 Oct. Exhibitionol‘Recent Prints.


o ANNAN GALLERY 131mm (‘amphell Street. :31 50>" .S.

_\lon ~15r19am 5pm Sat 9.31) 12.30 James C. Armstrong (1904—1983). paintings t 'ntil Sat 3mm. 0 THE BURRELL COLLECTION I’ttllt)h\11.l\\\ Rtiiltl. (‘4‘) 71.; I \Itill Sit

10am 5pm. Sun 2 5pm.

The Age olDakt'ntil Not.

0 COLLINS GALLERY 1 no L‘l'\lI_\ oi Strathelyde. 33 Riehmontl Street. 552 4401), Mon l’ri 10am 5pm. Sat 12 4pm.

Janos Kass: Graphic Ari1970—1985 I'lttil Sat 9 Nov Kass specialises lll poster and hook IIItISIl'ilIltlll. typography andstamptlesign.

0 COMPASS GALLERY 17S \\ L‘\1 Regent Street. 331 (i371), .\1on Sat 10.10am 5.30pm. (1owdSutt.

Ilka Gedo (d. June 1985) 1 'nzil Sat 9 Nov A memorial retrospeetn e e\hi':\ition ol paintings and tlraxsings. 1940 19S5.

0 CORNERS GALLERY ( iihson Street. 33-1 (tSStt.

Gwenth M. Leech t 'ntil 2 \‘m . (See panel).

0 THE FINE ART SOCIETY 134 BI_\'IITS\\UULI Street. 3.“: 41):... Pastels & Watercolours by the Glasgow Boyst'ntil 5 Not.

0 GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington Street. 231 4526.

Mon Fri 10am -10pm. Sat and Sun 2 5pm.

Andras Bdrdcz, La’szlo Révész, Andras Wahorn l hill 9 .'\'o\ . ()uirk}. lilllIitSIIL‘dI.llill'ltlIHL‘ the paintings and dill“ iltgs ol these three artists share a post-modern interest in the world of fantasy and ambiguity

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