l Mitchell‘svastchildren'scollection. A selection ofeach will be on : display. , LevelZ: ' Scottish Labour History Society Display Level 3: Radical Glasgow A history of the rise 1 in radicalism from the 18th century onwards. to coincide with the post-Mayday celebrations. Level 4: Thomas Lipton and the Americas Cup A selection of memorabilia from the ' Mitchellcollection. relatingtothis famous Glaswegian sportsman and working-class-boy-made-good. O PEOPLE'S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. 554 (I223. Mon—Sat lilam-5pm. Sun 2-5pm. Glasgow‘s museum of working life. Easterhouse -— A Scheme ior the Future Until Mon 3(1June. Despite chronic problems the scheme has produced artists and writers. has its own Festival Society and publishes a successful newspaper covering all 14 districts ofGreater Easterhouse called the Voice. A great self-help inspiration for other troubled urban areas. Cranhill Arts Project Exhibition Until Mon 30 June. Another arts-orientated community. Photos. posters. newsletters and graphics show the optimistic side of Glasgow‘s East End. The Streets oi Glasgow Until Tue 1 July. It is not well kown that the staff at the People‘s Palace are continuously recording the changing face of Glasgow. The archive of contemporary photography is fast growing to complement the museum‘s historical collection. This exhibition shows the work of Ellen liowden. a member of Glasgow Museum and Art Galleries photography department and Jim Dunn. who has been on the staff of the People's palace since 1983. O PDLLDK HOUSE 2(160 Pollokshaws Road. 632 (1274. Mon—Sat lilam—5pm. Sttn 2—5pm. Neighbour to the Burrell Collection. this 181h century house contains the Stirling Maxwell Collection of Spanish paintings and period furnishings. 0 PRDVAND'S LDRDSHIP 3 Castle Street. Mon—Sat 9.3(1—5pm. Sun 2—5pm. Annan‘s Photographs Until end July. The work of Victorian photographer. James Annan. Etchings and Prints oi the Glasgow Cathedral Area Until end July. 1 Victorian prints illustrating some of Glasgow‘scolourfulcharacters. O RUTHERGLEN MUSEUM King Street. Rutherglen. 6470837. 100 years of the Boys‘ Brigade in Butherglen Until Sun 29 June. i 0 THE SCOTTISH DESIGN CENTRE 72 St Vincent Street. 221 6121. Mon—Fri 9.3(1am—5pm. Sat . 9am—5pm. National Trust ior Scotland Display Until Sat 21 June. A display ofthe Trust’s guide books. 0 SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Ayr Street (adjacent to Springburn Railway Station). Mon-Fri ll).3tlam—5pm. Sun 2-5pm. Glasgow‘s first community museum has just opened in a newly refurbished wing of

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Burrell Gallery, Glasgow until July 13. Glasgow's Burrell Collection is rich in 19th century French art bought moreoverwhenthe word Impressionism was new. So it is apt thatthe major exhibition at Impressionist Drawings organised by The Arts Council oi Great Britain and selected by Christopher Lloyd and Richard Thomson, should have its final, and indeed definitive, showing at the Burrell Gallery which has lent no iewer than ten examples. Some of these are world lamous, like Degas’ pastel oi Jockeys in the Rain, Manet’s Two Women Drinking Beer and Benoir’s glowing likeness ol a Young Woman with Red Hair. But others (ex-catalogue in some cases and seen only in Glasgow) are rather less so, like the tiny but totally expressive sketch by Degas of horse and rider in the exhausted moments at the end at a race.

This is a splendid selection ranging right across the subject irom outright masterpieces like the tour Seurat studies in come crayon, almost mystical in their eiiect—two at them

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: we .I .. related to one oi his greatest paintings, La Grande Jatte; and the wall oi Cezanne wash drawings in which every single mark is alive with meaning; through the kind of brilliant demonstration at eye and hand in perlect accord which maniiests itseli in Boudin's terse and telling sketch ot tlgures on that iavourite beach at Trouville; to the comical - and surely iaux naive - pen and wash illustrations by Lucien Pisarro tor a book oi nursery rhymes.

It is an exhibition too, which springs not a iew surprises. Who would have thought to be presented with evidence that Monet and Boudin once had a lot in common (see the two neighbouring

pastel landscapes each called Sunset Over the Sea) together presaging in the 1860s, the emotional surge oi Nolde; or that Degas had he been so inclined might have been as line a landscape painter as any. There’s a spice oi humour, too, here and there: Forain's Man in a State oi Happy Repose sees that incorrigible satirisi in top iorm and in good humour. (Cordelia Dliver)

displays describe the progress and decline of an area which was once the largest railway manufacturing district in Europe. Contemporary issues are merged with the old face of the Springburn community.

0 THIRD EYE CENTRE 35(1Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. Tue—Sat lilam— 5.30pm. Sun 2—5.3(1pm. Cafe. [D] Artists in the Theatre Until Sat 5 July. A Hatton Gallery. Newcastle. Exhibition. The exhibition focuses on five early 2(hh century plays conceived by artists immediately

before. during and after the war. They represent three styles expressionism. dada and purism. Authentically reconstructed for the first time. the designs are by Cocteau. Kandinsky. Kokoshka and Leger. (See panel).

Paul Kelly- Play at Light Until 5 July. Bar exhibition. An Aberdeen-based artist who has used an old Kodak Instamatic to produce photographic miniatures from commonplace subjects.

O TRON 3S Parnie Street. 552 4267/8. Box office Tues—Sat. Noon— ltlpm. Compass Gallery At the Tron throughout June. Prints and paintings in the bar.

0 WASHINGTON GALLERY 44 Washington Street. 221 678i). Mort—Fri 1(1arn—5pm. Sat

1(lam— 1 pm.

Masters Old and New Mon 16June— 14 Sept. Scottish paintings.


0 BOURNE FINE ART 4 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon—Fri Ilium—6pm. Sat Ilium—2pm. Far From the Madding Crowd Until Sat 28.1une. An exhibition ofBritish. European and American rural painting 1850—1920. 0 CALTDN GALLERY ll) Royal Terrace. 556 Hill). Mon—Sat lilam—6pm. Summer Exhibition ‘86 Until Sat 2 Aug. A mixed exhibition of watercolours and prints by over 1110 British and European artists from the 17th—2ilth centuries. 0 CANDNGATE TDLBDDTH Royal Mile. Mon—Sat lilam—5pm. Art, Laughter and the Bright Eyes oi Children lintil July. Not long now till the new museum in the High Street opens. This selection from the world‘s first museum ofchildhood has filled the gap while alterations were in progress. 0 CENTRAL LIBRARY George [V Bridge. 225 5584. Mon—Fri 9am—9pm. Sat 9am— 1 pm. The Scottish Enlightenment Until Tue 8 July. A staircase exhibition previewing a subject later to be a major theme in the Edinburgh Festival this year. Lepra Fights Leprosy Until 5 July. An exhibition in the conference room. Lecture 3 July at 2. 15pm. As part of Leprosy Awareness Week Professor Lechat will be giving a public lecture at the library. 0 CITY ART CENTRE 2 Market Street. 225 2424 ext. 6650. Mon—Sat lilam—5pm. (‘losed Sun. Licensed cafe. [D] Claywork Until Sat 5 July. Continuing the City Arts (‘entre's policy of promoting local activities. this exhibition shows the work of Lothian Region’s day and evening pottery classes. Edinburgh College oi Art Design Degree Show Sat 14 June—Sat 21 June. Final year students of design and crafts show off their wares. Ceramics. glass. textiles and furniture make up this popular annual show. Edinburgh College oi Architecture Degree Show Wed 25 June—Fri 4 July. Projects and plans by final year students. Design from Napier College Sat 28 June—Sat 5 July. Design and photography by Edinburgh students. 0 DEMARCD GALLERY lilJeffrey Street. 557 (1707. Mon—Sat lilam—6.3()pm. Edinburgh Arts Expedition Mon l6—Mon 23 June. The Demarco Gallery‘s third trip to Poland following its art journey tradition. Demarco Gallery Artists Until end June. An exhibition ofwork by artists on the Demarco books.