A land lull oi buttan and free oi white men was the hope at the ghost dancers, the dream ot the American Indian. A small exhibition at the Hunterian Museum captures a glimmer of that dream in the eyes of some, but for the chiets shorn ottheir braids, it has already gone. Feather and beads have been substituted for uncomfortable suits and restricting collars. ‘Omaha Images' records in iading sepia photographs, the Indian Congress at 1898, attempting to preserve the beauty and strength ot a civilisation which by then was almost completely destroyed. All it otters is a shadow, a tlnylragment otVictorian nostalgia, a sad reminder of the devastation and cruelty oi progress. (Alice Bain)

0 HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow. Hillhead Street. 330 5431. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm. Sat 9.30—1pm.

Print Gallery:

The Photographic Art: Pictorial Traditions in Britain and America A SAC touring exhibition Until Sat 13

Sept. This is the last stop on the

exhibition tom. Dr Weaver. selector of the exhibition and author of the substantial book which accompanies it. looks at the photograph as fine

; art. a viewpoint which remains

controversial. Fox Talbot. Stieglitz and the portraits of the famous by Beaton and Linda McCartney all appear under the Weaver banner. The Mackintosh House Gallery:

Open as above but closed for lunch

l2.30—1.30pm. A reconstruction of

i the architect‘s home fitted with

original furniture. A selection of 1 Mackintosh Metalwork will be on

display until Sat 13 Sept. Recording Mackintosh Until Sat 13 Sept. The Photography ofT.& R. Annan & Sons Ltd.

0 HUNTERIAN MUSEUM The University ofGlasgow. 339 8855. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm. Sat

9.30am—lpm. Twice named Museum I

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ofthe Year. the Hunterian Collection includes objects ranging from Captain Cook‘s Pacific treasures to the Bearsden Shark. Omaha Images Until Sat 13 Sept. In

1898.5451ndian delegates including

Geronimo (Apache 1834—1909) and Antoine Moise (Flathead

battles and other traditional activities were brought to life. The congress was recorded for future generations in photographs. This é exhibition shows the Indian pride and civilisation, now sadly whittled away.

0 IMAGES GALLERY 74 Hyndland Road. 334 5311.

Mixed exhibition ofetchings and ' prints regularlyshown. 0 JD. KELLY GALLERY 118 Douglas Street. 248 6386. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5.30pm. Sat “lam—12.30pm. : William Senior Until Sat 6 Sept. 3 William Nelson Sat l3—Sat 27 Sept.

0 LILLIE ART GALLERY Station Road. Milngavie. 956 2351. Tue—Fri 11am—5pm and 7—9pm, Sat and Sun 2—5pm. William Crozier Until 22 Sept. 1 Paintings. 5 232 Embroidery Group 6—20 Sept. Alasdair Crawford - Spirit at Peace 27 Sept—18 OCT. Paintings. 0 MAIN FINE ART The Studio Gallery, 16 Gibson Street. 334 8858. Tue—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm. ; Jan Nimmo From Textiles to Painting Until Sat 6 Sept. Nimmo graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1985. She specialises in printed textiles but 3 has used her paintings of animals as source material. This is her first 3 one-women show of paintings in channd. j James McDonald Tue 16 Sept—Sat 4 Oct. First solo show for an Edinburgh College graduate with a more than a passing interest in time. 0 METRO GALLERY 713 Great Western Road 339 0737. Tues Sat 10.30am 5pm. Decorative Painting Tue 9 Sept—Sat 4

Oct. Work from this year‘s graduates

ofGlasgow College of Art.

0 THE MITCHELL LIBRARY Kent Road. 221 7030. Mon—Fri 9.30am—9pm. Sat 9.30am—5pm. Entrance Hall:

Echoes of a Civil War- Spain’s

Struggle for Democracy Until 1 Oct. A

strident collection of posters from this war which fired so many artistic imaginations. They were brought back to Glasgow by the late Ethel Macdonald. the woman who. as the radio voice ofCNT in Barcelona. was dubbed ‘the Scots Scarlet Pimpernel‘. Robert Capa‘s photographs of human misery add

v powerful reality to the display.


Glasgow Humanist Society Until end Oct.

Level 3:

Radical Glasgow Until mid-Sept. A

' history ofthe rise in radicalism from

the 18th century onwards.

New Lanark Preservation Society Mon

22 Sept—Mon 3 Nov. An

introduction to Robert Owen and

David Dale and the village they

made famous in the l8th/19th

1850—1918) took part in a congress of Indian nations. Ghost Dances. sham

centuries for its progressive and tolerant management.

Level 4:

This tloor will no longer display exhibitions.

O PEOPLE'S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. 554 0223. Mon—Sat lOam—Spm. Sun 2—5pm. Glasgow‘s museum ofworking life.

Building a Better Barrowtield Until Sun 30 Nov.

0 POLLOK HOUSE 2060 Pollokshaws Road, 632 0274. Mon—Sat IOam—Spm. Sun 2—5pm.

Neighbourtothe BurrellCollection. .

this 18th century house contains the Stirling Maxwell Collection of Spanish paintings and period furnishings.

O'PROVANO'S LORDSHIP 3 Castle Street. Mon—Sat 9.30—5pm. Sun 2—5pm.

Annan’s Photographs Until end Sept. The work ofVictorian photographer. James Annan. Etchings and Prints of the Glasgow Cathedral Area Until end Sept. Victorian prints illustrating some of Glasgow’s colourful characters.

0 THE SCOTTISH DESIGN CENTRE 72 St Vincent Street. 221 6121. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm. Sat 9am—5pm.

The next exhibition at the Design Centre will be Spin-Otis. celebrating British textile design for the clothing industry. Some ofthe many fashion textiles on show will be made up into men’s and women‘s clothes by some ofBritain‘s leading textile designers. O SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Ayr Street (adjacent to Springburn Railway Station). Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm. Sun 2-5pm. Glasgow‘s first community museum has just opened in a newly refurbished wing of Springburn Library.

0 THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street, 332 7521. Tue—Sat 10am— 5.30pm. Sun 2—5.30pm. Cafe. [D] Stuart Brisley: Georgiana Collection Until Sat 6 Sept. A major retrospective exhibition using

performance. video. sound. photography. installation and sculpture. The works are concerned with notions of private and public territory guarded areas particularly in Britain. The images are stark. parched. Couches and chairs spew their guts into the gutter. stand-ins for their owners. in large fastidous photographs. The 'press‘ covers everything in a picture of thrown-away newspapers. In the

next gallery. large constructions.

barricades-cum-fences-cum-prisons. are spine-chilling. They enclose an assortment ofclothes. some neatly folded. some stuffed together. but all looking uncannin like people have been left crumpled or creased within them. The pressures and restrictions ofinstitutional and urban life are frighteningly clear.

Alan Green - Paintings 13 Sept—11 Oct. While New Image painting has dominated the galleries over the past few years. Alan Green continues to explore the possibilities of abstract art. This will be the only chance to see his recent work in Britain as the exhibition is en route to the Donald Morris Gallery in Detroit.

Alison Wilding— Sculpture l3 Sept—11 ()ct. Sharing the gallery with Green. Wilding has made a sculpture specially for this exhibition. Her work was recently included in the Venice Bienniale.

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Jellrey Dennis— Paintings 13 Sept-11 Oct. Dennis' small paintings are built up oflayers ofdisparate images urban scenes. landscapes. figures. self-portraits.

In the Shadow of the Mountain: Lite, Land and Labour in Nepal 13 Sept—11 Oct. Colour photographs by Graham Evans. text by Mike Hutt. An attempt to adjust our perspective of the people who live in the shadow ofthe Himalayas.

Watch out for List coverage of'I'hird Eye Centre‘s Glasgow Style fortnight 21 Oct—l Nov. 21 season which celebrates the best in new Glasgow deflgn.

O TRANSMISSION GALLERY 13-15 Chisholm Street. Tue—Sat noon—6pm.

New Work by Matthew Inglis and Lesley Raeside. Until 13 Sept.

0 TRANSPORT MUSEUM 25 Albert Drive.423 8000. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm.

Cars, bikes and trains Glasgow's motivating collection.

0 TRON 38 Parnie Street. 552 4267/8. Box office Tues—Sat. Noon—10pm. Compass Gallery At the Tron Until furthernotice. Prints and paintings in the bar.

0 UBIOUITOUS CHIP 12 Ashton Lane (off Byres Road). 334 5007. Daily. noon—midnight (closed Sun).

Barry Stockton’s Highscapes and June Kennan's Tribal Paintings Until Sat 14 Sept. For his first exhibition in the city. Stockton has created a dramatic

collection of landscapes. inspired by

his home surroundings on Erbusaig. A graduate of Poole College of Art. Keenan has lived abroad for the past 16 years. Her work is influenced by the primitive art of many cultures. notably Papua New Guinea. Iraq

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