ART & EXHIBITIONS LIST
punning architectural pieces. This major exhibition will take up all gaHeryspace.
e TRANSMISSION GALLERY 13— 15 Chisholm Street. Tue—Sat noon—6pnm
John Yeadon (lvlayfest) L’ntil Fri 30 May.
0 TRON 38 Parnie Street. 552 4267 S. j Box office Tues—Sat. Noon—10pm.
l Paintings by Anne Mendelow
I (Mayfest) Born in South Africa.
1 Anne has been living and working in
1 Scotland for the last ten years. This is
an exhibition ofwaterColours. pastel
figure studies and monotype prints.
.1 Thomas Muir (Mayfest) An
exhibition on the life of Thomas
; Muir to coincide with the production
i ofthe Life and Adventures of
3 Thomas Muir: Part 1 at theTron
i Alasdair Gray(Mayfest) Prints in the
j bar by artist/novelist. (ilasgow‘s own
' Alasdair Gray.
0 WASHINGTON GALLERY 44
3 Washington Street. 221 6780.
f Mon—Fri 10am—5pm. Sat
5 drawings from the studios of Leslie
. Hunter(1877—1931)antl Donald Bain
' (1904-1980). Until Fri 30 May in this new Glasgow gallery.
0 Scottish Photographer of the Year Exhibition During Mayfest this exhibition will tour to the following
? Burnhill Sports Centre, Rutherglen
: Until Mon 19 May.
Scottish Amicable Lite Assurance
SocietyBuilding 150St Vincent
Street. Mon 19—Fri 30May.
0 ASSEMBLY ROOMS 54 (ieorge
Street. 225 3614 ( Kate (‘raik). Mon—Sat 9am—1 1pm. Sttn 10am—5pm. Barony Contact Point Art Class (Sprin Fling)Sat 17—Sat 31 May. Paintings from this local community group. Something Old, Something New
- (Spring Fling) Mon 19—Tuc 20 May. Work from a local project which looks down the years. Women Live (Spring Hing) Tue 22—Sun 25 May. An exhibition of
paintings. photographs. sculpture
' etc. by women living and working in Edinburgh. Drop in to find out more
' about how you can be involved in the
'1 ' ASaturdayin Gorgie/Dalry(Spring
Fling) Mon 26—Sat 31 May. This
community has become very active
in past months. Their photography workshop has produced work which captures the flavour of the area.
. Silkscreen Workshops (Spring Fling) Sun 18and Mon 19 May. 2—4.30pm. Free but book in advance. Try your skills at design and dyeing a silk
scarf. Beginners welcome.
0 BACKROOM GALLERY Underneath
the Arches. 42 London Street. 556
Q 8329. Mon—Sat Ilium—5.30pm.
f Noexhibitionsat present.
2 0 BOURNE FINE ART 4 Dundas Street.
: 557 4050. Mon—Fri l0am—6pm. Sat
' General exhibition of British art 18(XI—1950throughout May. Bourne Frames are now at the same address.
0 CALTON GALLERY 10 Royal
Terrace. 556 1010. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.
General Selection of paintings and watercolours, British and European
a from 1700.
0 CANONGATE TOLBOOTH Royal Mile. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Art. Laughter and the Bright Eyes of Children Until summer. A selection from the Museum ofChildhood Collection due to move to new premises in the High Street this summer. 0 CENTRAL LIBRARY George IV Bridge. 225 5584. Mon—Fri 9am—9pm. Sat 9am—1pm. Poland: Yesterday and Today Until Mon 19 May. A staircase exhibition. No Easy Walk to Freedom Until Sat 31 May. Spring Fling Competition Sat l7—Sat 31 May. The winning peace poems I from this year's competition. : Memorabilia(Spring Fling)Sat 1 l7—Sat 31 May. Bitsand pieces from ' long ago. j The Scottish Enlightenment Mon 26 May—'l‘ue 8 July. A staircase l exhibition which previews a subject 1 later to be a major theme in the I Edinburgh Festival this year. : 0 CITY ART CENTRE 2 Market Street. 225 2424 ext. 6650. Mon—Sat Ilium—5pm. ("losed Sun. Licensed cafe. [D] Cadbury's National Exhibition of Children‘s Art 1985/6 Until Fri 16 May. ()ver800 works by children all over Britain. Spring Fling '86 Until Sat 31 May. Leading British artists such as David Mach and Doug (‘ocker (currently showing at Third Eye Centre in (ilasgow) work on site to create a 5 unique city centre sculpture park. i See French Institute. Art at the Architect Until Sat 24 May. 1 Over 100drawings from the ,1 collection of the Royal Institute of 1 British Architects. I The range is enormous from Sir l (‘harles Barry‘s design for Big Ben j (c. 185l)to Frank Lloyd Wright's 1 steel house ( 1937). Spanning over I 500 years of fine and important work. the exhibition glimpses at the . ideas that have shaped our city and 5 townscapes today. (.‘hildren visiting : the exhibition can enter ‘A Home of - Your Own' competition. . The Endeavour Competition Sat 24—Sat 5 31 May. Organised bythe Altrusa (‘lubofEdinburgh this exhibition ; displays art by handicapped children. 5 0 COLLECTIVE GALLERY 52—54 High i Street. Tue. Wed. Fri 12.30—5.30pm. Thurs 12.30—7pm. Sat ,' 10.30am—5pm. (‘losed Sun and Mon. ' David Douglas - New Paintings Sat 17 May—'I‘ue 3 June. 0 OEMARCO GALLERY 1(IJeffrey ; Street. 5570707. Mon—Sat ll)am—6.30pm. 3 Mhalri Sutherland Until Tue 3 June. 5 Paintings and drawings from a young ‘ Scottish artist. See panel. 0 EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place. 2299311. : Mon—Thurs 10am—5pm. Sat l0am—12noon. Andrew GrantGallery: Michael Hockney— Photographer Until Fri 16 May. Panoramic views of Scotland in large living colour. Sculpture Court:
UNIVERSITY OF G . MAIN UNIVERSITY BUILDLINAG§GOW 2 o
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Sponsored by K! The Royal Bank of Scotland
supported by the Scottish Museums Council and the Nature Conservancy Council.
Children's activities on Saturday mornings during the Exhibition. Bookings: 041-330-4221 Ext 4213
closed 5 May-Admissmn free
Mon-Fri 9.30-5.00 Sat 9 30 1
Crawford Centre for the Arts
UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 30 May—29 June I 1
M A K I N G S P A C E I
new work by the Centre’s ' artist-in-residence
P E T E R W I L S O N recent prints and drawings
Subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council
93 North Street, St Andrews (0334) 76161 extension 591
The National Gallery of Scotland
The Mound, Edinburgh
OPEN: MON/SAT 10-5 SUN 2-5
Bernini (1598-1680) was the greatest genius of the Baroque. the awesome Colonnade ofSt. Peter's Square in Rome only one ofhis many masterpieces.
Now one ofhis finest works has come to Scotland. The bust of Cardinal dal Pozzo has been bought by the National Gallery from Castle Iloward to tast- ; up permanent residence on the Mound. '
Next to the Royal Academy's Michelangelo in London. this was the most important and valuable Italian sculpture still in private hands. Its purchase is a triumphant addition to Scotland's cultural treasures. Come and see It for
vourseli‘. . . ' Admission free
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