ART & EXHIBITIONSULIST
0 WASHINGTON GALLERY 44 Washington Street. 221 6780. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm. Sat 10am—1pm.
Masters Old and New Until 14 Sept. Scottish paintings.
O BACKROOM GALLERY Underneath the Arches, 42 London Street. 556 8329. Mon—Sat l()am—5.30pm.
A World Away Until 6 Sept. Glass by Margot Thomson. Ceramics by Gilliam Carson. Jewellery by Gordon Stewart.
City Album Mon 8—Sat 27 Sept. Photographs of Edinburgh by local painter Izzy Cameron.
0 BOURNE FINE ART4 Dundas Street, 557 4050. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm. Sat
General Exhibition at British Art 1800—1950 Until October.
0 CALTON GALLERY 10 Royal Terrace. 556 1010. Mon—Sat
w. A. Stewart, Artist/Craftsman
Extended until Sat 27 Sept. Paintings and drawings of Egypt. Palestine. Jordan. France. Italy and Britain.
General Exhibition 01 British and
European paintings and watercolours
Until end Sept.
0 CENTRAL LIBRARY George IV
Bridge, 225 5584. Mon—Fri 9am—9pm. Sat 9am—1pm.
Soviet Periorming Arts Tue l6—Sat 27 Sept. An exhibition ofbooks. posters and artefacts organised by the British Council. Conference Room.
0 CITY ART CENTRE 2 Market Street, 225 2424 ext 6650. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm. Sun 2—5pm. Licensed cafe. [D]
Soitwear Until Sat 7 Sept. 50p. Last opportunity to see this large
exhibition of contemporary textiles from around the world, organised as part of the Commonwealth Arts Festival. Weaving. knitting and colourful dyes decorate the four ﬂoors of the City Art Centre. Check for details of workshops on Fri. Sat. The Art oi the Portrait Sat 13 Sept—Sat 25 Oct. Portraits are back in fashion and the City Art Centre this month puts a few of their faces on display. Works by the master Raeburn and the caricaturist John Kay. two figures prominent in ‘enlightenment‘ days. William Johnstone and Jacob Epstein are amongst those selected from the City‘s collection. The range is wide — from large public commissions to intimate sketches. promising a ‘mini‘ history ofthe
Holyrood Art Club Sat 13 Sept—Sat 25 Oct. Founded in 1957 this local club
has 120 members who regularly
attend art lectures and drawing and painting classes. Part of the Open Space Programme for community participation in the City’s gallery. 0 COLLECTIVE GALLERY 52—54 High Street 564 7146. Tue, Wed, Fri 12.30—5.3()pm,Thurs12.30—7pm, Sat 10.30am—5pm. Closed Sun and Mon.
Philip PowerTuc 9—Wed 24 Sept. A mixed media piece made specially for the Collective space.
0 RICHARD DEMARCO GALLERY 10 Jeffrey Street, 557 0707. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.
Joseph Beuys Until 31 Aug. An exhibition ofwork from the collection ofthe museum Sztuki, Lodz, in collaboration with the Polish Ministry ofCulture.
O RICHARD DEMARCO GALLERY Blackfriars Church. Blackfriars Street (just ofingh Street), 557 4339.
45 Contemporary Polish Artists Until
WINNING suors %
Eamonn McCabe is a winner. Observer photo-ioumallst for eight years, he has been Sports Photographer ot the Year tourtimes. About 30 photographs covering sport from ballooning to basketball will be on display at the Glasgow Arts Centre lrom 8 Sept. Dealing with action daily, it is surprising how still many at McCabe’s images are. Split-seconds are crucial and the result at capturing them with clarity, lreezes an unreal moment.
Balls-table tennis, basket, rugby and toot—are halted in their aerial progress when the shutter comes down, and even the muscles 01 Daley Thomson, champion again, putt motionlessly. Without the clutter ol print and chatter 01 journalists on the page, some of the excitement has been removed. Just some. The humour and glamour and, in one image 01 the Heysel Stadium, the anguish of sport remain. (Alice Bain)
Scottish Arts Council _ — MAJOR SALE of
ART PUBLICATIONS (catalogues, posters and postcards)
Many items half price - Bargain packs, etc
Write or phone for details, or call in at: Art Department, Scottish Arts Council I9 Charlotte Square
EDINBURGH EH2 4DF Tel:03| 226 605i
TRLBO'I RICE GRllERY
University of Edinburgh, Old College, South Bridge. Tel: 031 6671011 ext4308 Gallery closed Re-opens with BALTIC TALES IN WOOD 20 Sept— 25 Oct 1986 A retrospective exhibition, but with a high proportion of recent works, by the Latvian-born sculptor ZIGFRIDS SAPIETIS. Although wood carving will predominate, there will be a range of works in other natural materials. Mon—Sat l()am—Spm SUbS/dISCd by the Scottish Ans C0uncu
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.
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