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University of Edinburgh Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities
A Hotbed of Genius: The Scottish Enlightenment 1730-1790 (sponsored by the Royal Bank of Scotland) 8th July to 20th September 1986 Royal Museum of Scotland, Queen Street, Edinburgh Monday to Saturday 10.00am-5.00pm: Sunday 2. 00-5. 00pm
Downstairs the visitor walks through a recreation, with words and music, of eighteenth century Edinburgh; upstairs there is an exhibition of paintings, books and manuscripts of the period.
GATEWAY GALLERY OFFICIALLY OPENS llth. AUG. WITH
“11 BE!) or ROSES"
A SCULPTURE EXHIBITION BY EVLYNN HORSLEY
2 - 4 Abbeymounl, Edinburgh EH8 9EJ. Telephone: 031-661 0902
" TFTAE P\EO\PLE CAN’T GET To THE ' GALLERY, WE TAKE THE GALLERY TO THE PEOPLE.
The Travelling Gallery is just one way we go out of our way to make art more accessible to people.
Another is the fact that, thanks to subsidies, most galleries are free.
And much of the real cost of theatre
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and concert tickets is paid for before you pay for them.
The rest is met by the Scottish Arts Council, local authorities and private sponsors.
Arts subsidies aren’t just for artists. They/re for everyone.
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