i 0 Art is listed by city iirst then by

; venue, running in alphabetical order. l Please send details to Alice Bain not ; laterthan 10 days beiore publication


3 o AHHAN GALLERY 130 West

5 Campbell Street. 221 5087/8. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm Sat 9.30—12.30. General Exhibition runs continuously.

o ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE 357 3929. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm. Restaurant. [D] Voluntary guides are available free ofcharge to conduct parties or individuals round the main galleries. Contact the enquiry desk.

French Prints and Drawings Until Mon 8 Sept.

Henri Matisse: Jazz Until Mon 8 Sept. The wonderful colours ofMatisse which have influenced so many artists. fill the unbound pages ofthis larger than life book. The 20 colour plates and artist‘s script was commissioned c 1942 by the publisher Teriade. This edition is part ofthe Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art‘s permanent collection and is being toured by the Scottish Arts Council. marking an important collaboration.

History oi Shell Collecting Until Sun 28 Sept. Rare. early shell books dating from the 17th century. 19th century illustrations by Thomas Gray. collector. and beautiful. prized shells including those brought back by Captain Cook from the South Seas. make up this unusual exhibition from the Natural History Department.

Solt Sculpture Until Mon 29 Sept. Snakes and plants made from the contributions ofover 500 people for the Edinburgh Knitting and Crochet Guild‘s stand at a Glasgow Sewing and Crochet show. The work was donated to Glasgow last year. English Etchers 1880-1940 Until Sun 2 Nov.

Design ior Savings Until Mon 3 Nov. The first ever showing of National Savings posters including the original artwork. The exhibition marks the 125th anniversary of the founding ofthe National Savings Bank. the headquarters ofwhich are in Glasgow. Poster personalities urging the public to save with the bank range from an armour-clad Joan of Arc to a smiling Miss 1986 under an arch of giant daffodils. A free commemorative catalogue is available.

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2087: A Look Back from the Future 12Sept—12 Oct. 0 BARBITY BOWSTER 16-18 Blackfriars Street. 552 5055. Daily noon—midnight. Selection at Watercolours 0 THE BURRELL COLLECTION POllokshaws Road. 6497151. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm. Rest. [D] Lace lrom the Burrell Collection Until end Sept. The delicate art of lacework as collected by Mr Burrell. 0 COLLINS GALLERY University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm. Sat 12—4pm. - Three in One Until Tue 30 Sept (closed 26-29 Sept inc). Three exhibitions with no linking theme. The unique shared factor is that three young people have been given the opportunity to organise an exhibition of his or her choice. with a


training grant from the EEC. Meg

Mitchell has compiled ‘Disturbed

' Ground‘. an exhibition of

i contemporary photography; Sheena

g Macfarlane has conceived an

Scottish cartoons entitled ‘Comic

3 Features‘; James Gallacher looks at Glasgow's hidden architectural decoration in ‘Sculpture Unobserved‘ (see panel).

0 COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon—Sat 10.30am—5.30pm.

Peter Bevan Sat 6—Thurs 2 Get. New paintings and drawings.

0 CORNERS GALLERY Gibson Street. 334 6386. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm.

; Sat 10am—5pm.

Voyages Sat 6—Sat 27 Sept. Paintings and sculptures by Derek Green.


Regent Street. 221 3095.

Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm.

The Himalayan Expedition to MtKirat Chuli 1985 Until Tue 16 Sept. Drawings and paintings by J. Lincoln Rowe. A graduate of Dundee College of Art. Lincoln Rowe has been attached to the Marine Society as a sea-going art tutor for the past nine years. Between ‘83 and '85 he made several trips to the Falklands recording the aftermath of the conflict and making studies ofthe wrecks left behind.

This exhibition follows a recent expedition to the Himalayas with an army group set on conquering Mt Kirat Chuli. Pastels. drawings and paintings record the exciting.


exhibition focusing on contemporary

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O FINE ART SOCIETY 134 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm. Sat 10am—1pm.

Mary Armour Until 20 Sept. A retrospective exhibition in tribute to

a respected artist now in her 85th year. Sixty paintings will trace her development from early student days to her Still Lifes of the 60s and f 705. As well as her well-known flowers. a group of landscapes will

also be shown. See panel.

0 GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington Street. 221 4526.

Mon—Fri 10am—9pm. Sat and Sun 10—5pm.

Travels Without My Aunt Mon 8—Sat 27 Sept. Photographs by Glasgow photographer David Begg from two

' trips one to South East Asia and

India and the other to Ecuador. Peru and Bolivia. -

Eamonn McCabe, Sports Photographer Mon 8—Sat 27 Sept. Winner of the Sports Photographer of the Year Award for the fourth time. McC‘abe eschews the hackneyed image for rather more telling moments.

A Selection irom the Photographic Art Until 22 Aug. The Arts Centre is touring this exhibition which accompanies the one being shown currently at the Hunterian Gallery. 0 GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO 128 Ingram Street. 552 0704. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Jack Miller- New Work Sat 6—Sat 27 Sept. New paintings and pastels.

O HAGGS CASTLE 100 St Andrew‘s Drive. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm.

Yesterday’s Children Until Sun 28 Sept. See Kids page.

A trio at young organisers have been

I ade itall possible, and has been


responsible for the training. The

behind the scenes at the Collins Gallery project has been so successiul ior both

? tor a year. This week they step out : iront, each presenting his or her own

exhibition idea ior public consumption. Meg Mitchell, Sheena MacFarlane and James Gallacher belong to a unique scheme. Last year, iorthe iirst time in Britain, the EEC agreed to iund a training programme lor exhibition organisers in conjunction with Strathclyde University, to which the Collins is attached. Tessa Jackson, curatorol the Gallery, was the prime mover in securing the money which

the gallery and the trainees that it is to be repeated ior at least two more years. Applications are already 5 flooding in tor the '86/‘87 intake (only 5 two places next time round). Solar Ms Jackson has received nearly 400, with , more expected (the closing date is F mid-September). The three exhibitions sharing space ; are very different in character. James E Gallacher looks at the past on the i streets in ‘Sculpture Dbserved', the

2 artist in architecture. A Victorian city oi

wealth and importance, Glasgow is rich in architectural stone carving. Atlantes strain under pillars at St Andrews Halls, putti are put to work die-stamping on the Bank at Scotland iacade and cherubs read all about it with the wise owls oi the Evening News building. A map has sensibly been included in the exhibition Ieallet to direct you to the more important sites. The secret is to look up.

Meg Mitchell looks to ourluture, the artist and conservation. She has selected iour well-known photographers to illustrate the theme ‘Disturbed Ground’. Keith Arnatt’s Forest series shows trees under attack, a war zone. The iorest is empty but the neglect, the litter and the bulldozer tracks are all too obvious. John Davies‘ quarries show man-made erosion with mini Grand Canyons cutting away at the English countryside.

Finally, Sheena Macfarlane looks at the iunnies today, cartoonists in the news. Seeing them out of print in her

exhibition ‘Comic Features' provides

the opportunity to compare the

diiierent branches at humour,

(Graham’s big-eyed Fred Basset the bound, now internationally syndicated, is worlds’ away lrom Turnbull’s sharp political satire tor the Glasgow

Herald), and to examine the drawing

skill which has been pertected for speed. Cartoons often have to be

produced within hours at an initial idea ; s in orderto be up-to-date. (Alice Bain) ;

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