his exhibition at London’s National Portrait Gallery (the first by a major contemporary artist). See also Assembly Rooms. Printmakers‘ Workshop and Traverse (see panel). 0 GATEWAY EXCHANGE 2-4 Abbeymount, 661 0982. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm.

Bed oI Hoses Until 31 Aug. Evelyn

Horsley. Women in sculpture. roses

and music in this unusual installation.

0 GLAOSTONE'S LAND GALLERY 483 Lawnmarket. 226 5856. Mon—Sat lOam—4.30pm. Sun 24.30pm.

Achille Castiglionl Until Sat 30 Aug.

? designed by this Milanese

subject of a major exhibition at the

James Morrison: Recent paintings and Iain McIntosh: Recent sculptures. Until *

Sun 31 Aug.

0 GRAEME MURRAY GALLERY 15 Scotland Street. 556 6020.

lain Patterson- Growing Up Until Fri 19 Sept. New work including porcelain sculptures made by the artist in Hungary this year. Original hand-coloured photographs made in Siklos. Hungary.

0 HANOVER FINE ARTS 104 Hanover Street. 225 2450. Fringe Venue 139. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Edinburgh and Lothian Landscapes Until Tue 2 Sept. Impressions by Ernest Burnett Hood. a Glasgow artist. Also pottery by Marjorie Clinton and Elaine Dick. glass by Anita Pate and jewellery by Mairi Turner.

0 HM GENERAL REGISTER HOUSE Princes Street. 556 6585. Mon—Fri 10am—4pm.

The Crolters Until end Aug. An exhibition to mark the centenary of the Crofters‘ Act.

The Memory Bank Until end Aug. ‘The Survival Care and Use of Archives marking 700 years of record-keeping in Scotland.‘

- 7 HUNTER SQUARE Tron. High


Demarco‘s New three-story gallery at Blacldrlars is open. With muslin on the walls, stone steps, unpollshed wooden lloors and a vaulted attic with Italian light and crumbling walls, it is without doubt one of the most beautiful gallery spaces in Edinburgh.

Ironically, lack oi funding has added to its attractions leaving It in a natural non-tech state (though the dead cats found under the floorboards have been removed!). Too much modernisation would spoil the etlect.



Street Mon—Sat 10am—6pm. Portfolio Until Sat 30 Aug. An exhibition of fashion designers from Edinburgh including knitwear by Lorraine Strachan for day and evening. Tessuti textile designs and Knife Design‘s silk and cotton.

0 INHOUSE 28 Howe Street. 225 2888. Fringe Venue 134. Mon—Sat 9.30am—6pm.

Everything but the kitchen sink architect/designer. recently the

Pompidou Centre. Paris. His objects ' have a cool and simple beauty which makes what is often merely utilitarian into an art form. [ Castiglioni creates sculptures out of light fittings and teaspoons.

Stephen Street. Fringe Venue 149.



Festival Crofts


l5-24 August 10am -7pm

West Princes Street Gardens Edinburgh

Mon—Sat Noon-5pm.

The Floating World Until Sat 30 Aug. 18th and 19th century Japanese woodcut prints including work by Utamaro. Hokusai and Hiroshige. 0 LORETTO GALLERY 3 High Street. Musselburgh. 665 3290. 10am—5pm daily.

Theatre Design Until Wed 27 Aug. Work by students of the Central School of Art. London.

0 MALCOLM INNES GALLERY 67 George Street. 226 4151. Mon—Fri 9.30am—6pm. Sat 10am—1pm.

A Scottish Panorama Until Sat 30 Aug. Victorian and early 20th century artists on castles and corries. O MARTIN HALL New College. Mound Place (for info 226 3173) Mon—Sat 10am—5pm.

An Exhibition presented by the

National Museums of Scotland

in the Royal Scottish Academy Princes Street Edinburgh

8th August - 5th October 1986

Mon—Sat roam-8pm and Sun IIam -8prn

Via Emilia/Italy Until Sat 30 Aug. Town and country pictures in an exhibition ofthe Emilia Romagna. a region ofcontrast and change. The romantic treatment is given to the

Ian McCullough’s large, intensely vibrant paintings give a celebratory touch to the opening events, while upstairs artists lrom Poland (courtesy of the Polish Ministry of Culture and Arteon) with their dark, aggressive images, complement the raw state of the building.

This unusual setting, clearwith natural light, is bound to attract artists wishing to exhibit in Edinburgh in the iuture. (Alice Baln)

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 3

paintings, books and manuscripts of the period.

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