Deaton Sat 31 May—Sat 21 June. . Photographs by Cecil Beaton. See
anel. e TALBOT RICE ART CENTRE Old College, University of Edinburgh, 667 1011 ext 4308. Mon—Sat, 10am—5pm. Alexander Robertson (1925-1978) Until Sat 31 May. A major retrospective exhibition of a Scottish artist whose work has rarely been
seen in Scotland.
3 0 THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton : Place, 225 7942. Mon-Sat
Julie McMahon - Photographer Until end May. In her first exhibition (while still a student at Napier College) McMahon makes images from things ordinary.
Karen Henderson Mon 9 J une—Mon 4
Aug. Drawings and paintings of the body in motion, inspired by yoga and
3 dance and using oriental patterns.
O TORRAHCE GALLERY 29b Dundas V Street, 556 6366. Mon-Fri
11am—6pm, Sat 10.30am—4pm. Louise Annand Until 7 June.
Watercolours. ; Daaile Pickard Until 7 June. Pottery. ' O 369 GALLERY 209 Cowgate. 225
3013. Mon—Sat 12.30—5.30pm. Spring Fling Painting Competition Until Sat 31 May. This year‘s competition is ‘Peace’.
Tim Morrison Until Sat 31 May. Prints and woodcuts on the theme ‘People in Cities’.
Paintings by Christie Cameron, Shiela Mullen, Lucy Ross and Photographs by Michael Greenberg Sat 7—27 June.
Chinese Painting Sat 31 May. 2.30pm. ‘ Free. Chen Yan Ning, one of China‘s
leading artists, will be demonstrating the art of traditional Chinese brush painting in the Education Room. This special event has been sponsored by SubSea Offshore Limited, Aberdeen. Chen’s other work ranges from naturalistic oil painting to a portrait commission of Mao Tse Tung during his lifetime. Summer Session of Drawing and Painting Classes 2 June-19 July. Due to popular demand the 369 will be
: continuing its evening and weekend classes until the middle ofJuIy.
Tuesday Drawing Class, Thursday Life
classes, Saturday Sketching Class and 3
Saturday 369 Art Club will all
continue. Artists involved are
i Carole Gibbons, Geoffrey
MacEwan and Emma Graham-Yool. Phone for details.
0 TRAVERSE THEATRE 1 12 West Bow, 226 2633.
Disin (E.J.) Peters ‘Bealtalne‘ Until Fri 30 May. Irish prints for the month
i of May. The Traverse will not be ' staging an exhibition for June.
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0 The Open List is a tree 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 later than 10 days before publication
5 FRIDAY3D ' Glasgow
0 World Cup Warm Up. National Bike Week Event Meet (on bikes) at Blythswood Square at 6pm. A light-hearted tour of Glasgow‘s football grounds in preparation for the Great Event.
0 Day Retreat Glasgow Buddhist Centre. 329 Sauchiehall Street. 333 0524. 10am—5pm. flit/£5 (inc vegetarian lunch). A day retreat including an introduction to Buddhist meditation.
0 Healing Plants The Salisbury
‘ Centre, 2 Salisbury Road. 667 5436.
10am—5pm. £16/£12. An introduction to herbal medicine. including common herbs for first aid, essential oils. aromatherapy and the Bach flowers. The group will cook a wholefoods vegan lunch together. demonstrating the Hippocratic principle that ‘food is your best medicine'. The group will be led by Jock Millenson. of the Findhorn Foundation Apothecary.
0 Peace Pilgrimage Talk The Salisbury Centre. 2 Salisbury Road. 667 5438. 8pm. Donations. A talk by Salish Kumar. editor of Resurgence. and founder ofthe ‘small school‘ in Hartland. Devon.
; Edinburgh ' 0 Peace Day The Salisbury Centre. 2 Salisbury Road. 667 5438.
Ham—5.30pm. £5. Speakers well-known in various aspects of peace work. poetry and musical celebration.
o Ley Lines of Highland Perthshire The Edinburgh Theosophical Centre. 28 Great King Street. 7.30pm.
Admission charge not known. A talk
by David (.‘owan on the Ley Lines of Highland Perthshire and the ghosts. witches and ancient warriors associated with them.
0 Astrology and Alchemy Glasgow Astrology Group. 17 Queen‘s
Crescent. 7.30—10pm. £1.50. Atalk by Pat McGoveran exploring the
g topic of alchemy in terms of the
; underlying psychological themes
1 that link up Jungian thought. Astrology and Alchemy.
iTUESDAYS ? Glasgow
o Beginners Meditation Class The
’ Glasgow Buddhist Centre. 329 Sauchiehall Street, 3330524.
3 10.30am. £1/50p. Aimed specifically
i at the unemployed. two basic
meditation techniques are taught.
‘ Every Tuesday and Thursday.
. FRIDAY 6 Edinburgh
5 o Medically Terminal, Macrobiotlcally
T Hopelul Lister Hall. 36 Lauriston Place 7—930pm. £2.50. An evening lecture on Macrobiotic philosophy and its application to health and vitality. with Cam Burridge, senior macrobiotic teacher and health
. consultant.Forbookingsandfurther i
information contact Macrobioties Universal, 28a Great King Street, - 557 1294. o Descent and Resurrection The Salisbury Centre, 2 Salisbury Road, 667 5438. Fri 7.30—10pm Sat 10am—10pm. £20/£17. A workshop i designed to enable the participator r to illuminate and transcend issues in his/her own life. Bring a blanket and light food for . Saturday evening. The workshop is led by Clare Hill. a trained speech therapist who has also worked in transpersonal psychology.
SUNDAY 8 5 Edinburgh
’ 0 Massage Day with Samata Legard 3 The Salisbury Centre, 2 Salisbury Road, 667 5438. 10am—5pm. £15/£12. For those with some previous experience. a chance to practise techniques already learned. Bring a towel and massage oil. a The Early Christian Church and its Meaning in Orientation The Edinburgh Theosophical Centre, 28 Great King Street. A talk by Eileen Goodchild.
0 Beginners Night Glasgow Astrology Group, 17 Queen‘s Crescent.
7.30—10pm. £1. A taster for those interested in Astrology. The information will be presented in the form ofa workshop, which is designed to reach beyond the
I limitations ofsun sign astrology.