o The Open List is a free listings service for all cultural, educational, political and other events that do not fall into The List's other listings categories. Please send details not Iaterthan1D days before publication date.
0 Bisexuality and the Politics of Sex The Third National Politics of Bisexuality Conference. 60 The Pleasance. Oct 18—20. £2.50 (75p). 5560497. Conference concerning politics and sexuality consisting of a variety ofworkshops with Bisexuality being the central theme. 0 Biography Workshop 0an to participants over 30. limited numbers. Fri 18—Mon 21. £45 Bookings to Helios Centre. 7 Grassmarket. Led by Djobs van Houten. and based on lectures on the developmental phases of the human being. participants will explore events in their own lives.
0 Massage Weekend Ian Holland. 128 Byres Road G 12. 334 5846 to book. Sat and Sun 10am—5pm. £22/£l 1. Introduction to massage for beginners. Prior booking.
0 The Woodcraft Folk 60th Anniversary Festival. McLellan Galleries. Sauchiehall Street. 11am—6pm. Free. Theatre. puppets. games. children‘s craft workshops. For further information 339 6914 (see panel).
0 Meditation Workshop Glasgow Buddhist Centre. 329 Sauchiehall Street. 10am—5pm. £5/£3. Book to conﬁrm price 333 0524. Two types of meditation will be taught: breathing meditation. and metta — goodwill/loving-kindness.
0 Dancing Your Myth with Amelie Noack Salisbury Centre. 2 Salisbury Road. Newington. Sat/Sun 10am—6pm. £25 667 5438. A mixture ofguided fantasy. dance movement. improvisation and drawing. drawn together by the Jungian approach to myth and symbols. This is part of the lead up to the launch of a Scottish branch of the Association of Dance Movement Therapy.
0 United Nations 40th Anniversary
Service St Giles Cathedral. 11.30am.
A United Nations flag will be
9 presented to the cathedral.
0 Buddhism in South AiricaA Talk by Rob Nairn. Lecture Theatre A. David Hume tower. George Square. 7.30pm.
0 Debate on Defence Hillhead Library. Glasgow. 8pm. Speakers from the Green Party and the Conservative Party debate Britain‘s
0 Painting Workshop Helios Centre. 7
Grassmarket. Tue—Fri 10—11.30am. 2-4.30pm. £25 (including material).
Please book beforehand. Light. colour and darkness in relation to the
human being. with Djobs van Houten.
0 One World Week Event with the theme; ‘Recipes for Justice'. 7 Randolph Place. 7pm. 50p. In aid of the overseas work of the YWCA. There's a video. a Chinese Dance group and a Traidcraft stall. Bring a plate of finger food for sharing. Refreshments provided.
0 Breathing and Everyday Practical Yoga Talk by Patti Duncan at the Theosophical Centre. 17 Queens Crescent. St Georges Cross 7.30pm.
0 Origins of Astrology. John Greig Theosophical Centre. 28 Great King Street. 7.30pm.
Sixty years ago In the East End of London, locals who wanted their children to enjoy the outdoor life, but without the regimentation of the Scouts, started the Woodcraft Folk. Since then the movement has spread throughout the country and in Glasgow on the 19th. there is a 60th Anniversary Festival with games, stalls, poetiy, cabaret and music (see listings).
Woodcraft Folk are associated with the movement for world disarmament and the redistribution of world resources. They aim to teach the ideals of democracy, co-operation and tolerance to children, hoping to produce a more responsible adult population in the future and thereiore a more peaceful world.
0 40 Years On - United Nations Day Celebration City Chambers. Noon onwards. Stalls. music. reading. videos and poverty lunch for One World Week. starting with ﬂag-raising in George Square at 12 noon and then the poverty lunch at 12.15. 60p.
0 Lesbian Beaders’ Evening Lavender Menace Bookshop. 11a Forth Street. 8pm. Free. 5560079. First in a series ofsix evenings in which writers read from their own works. This evening has Jan Clauson. author ofSinking Stealing and Jeannette Winterson reading from her new comic novel Boating/Dr Beginners.
0 Sixties Night at Buster Browns Disco Funds for the Salisbury Centre. 10pm—3am. £3. Tickets from The
3 Salisbury Centre. 2 Salisbury Road.
Newington. 667 5438. Dress minL’mod/hippy. ‘Regress to adolescence without therapy fees' as the Salisbury Centre puts it.
o Sempervivum Autumn School
Salisbury Centre. 2 Salisbury Road. Ncwington. 667 5438. Sat 10.30am—10.30pm. Sun 10.30am—4pm. £15/£10. A variety of workshops based on the theme of Autumn. including clay. drama. myth and ritual. bulb-planting. meditation and bonfire feast and celebration.
0 Multicultural Dance Day Hillhead Primary School. Cecil Street. G 12. 11am—5pm. £2/£1 on door. 50p children. £5/£3 on door for families. An incredible array of at least 12 different cultural dance groups including Indian. Chinese. Greek. Israeli. Break dancing. Scottish Country dancing and English Morris Dancing plus Win Chun Kung Fu. Indian harmonium and inexpensive national dishes. One of the events staged for One World Week.
0 Cosmological Concepts of Space School of Scottish Studies. 27 George Square. 9.45am—6pm. £2/£1. A day conference organised by the Traditional Cosmology Society involving speakers from a variety of disciplines.
o Allergies and Dowsing Dr Cedric Wilson. Theosophical Centre. 28 Great King Street. 556 5385.
0 United Nations Association coffee morning and sale of UNICEF cards Saltire house. Atholl Crescent. 10.30am. 50p.
0 The Metamorphic Technique Talk by Anne Shearer. Theosophical Centre. 17 Queens Crescent. G4. 7.30pm. 556 5385. Anne Shearer is a psychotherapist and Director ofthe Centre for Stress Relief in Glasgow. The Metamor phic Technique involves foot massage; the stimulation ofspinal reﬂex on the foot. based on pre-natal influences. 0 Talk on Buddhism by H. E. Khentin Tai Situpa Lecture Hall ‘A' (2nd ﬂoor). Boyd ()rr Building. Glasgow University. 7.30pm. Free. A talk in English by a Tibetan Buddhist (one of the four Regents of the Karma Magyu School).
0 Introduction to Creative Writing Alma Denton. Helios Centre. 7 Grassmarket. 10.30am. ‘The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain'. Geography in a new key. by Professor Robert Stephanos. Philadelphia University USA. Theosophical Centre. 28 Great King Street. 556 5385.
0 Advanced Massage Class lan Holland. 128 Byres Road. G 12. Five evenings 8- 10pm. £20/£10. 334 5846. Pulsing. energy distribution. Shiatsu. posteral integration and dynamic relaxation. For those who already have some experience of Massage.
0 ‘Journey to Xanadu' (Part One) Theosophical Centre. 28 Great King Street. 556 5385. An experiment in meditational awareness by Blavatsky Lodge — Thomas Johnston.
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0 The Trinity in Art and Religion The Christian Community. 21 Napier Road. E10. Fri Nov l—Sun Nov 3. discussions. talks and painting based on the theme ofthe Trinity. £5. Book by 25 Oct.
0 ‘Travels of a Naturalist‘ An illustrated Lecture by Sir David Attenborough. Presented by the Scottish Wildlife Trust with supporting programme. Usher Hall. Mon 4 Nov 7.30pm. Tickets £6. £5. £4 and £2 from the UsherHall Box Office. Profits donated to the Scottish Wildlife Trust.
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