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Recording Mackintosh Until and Nov. 50p admission weekday afternoons and Saturdays. Photographs by T.& R. Annan 8; Sons Ltd recording the architecture and interiors ofCharles Rennie Mackintosh from 1896 to 1906. The centrepiece is a full plate camera (c. 1900) of the type used by Annan.

o HUNTERIAN MUSEUM The University of Glasgow. 339 8855. Mon—Fri ‘).30am—5pm. Sat

9.30am— 1pm. Twice named Museum

ofthe Year. the Huntcrian (‘ollection includes objects ranging from (‘aptain ('ook‘s Pacific treasures to the Bearsden Shark. James Watt A 250th Anniversary Exhibition of his Life and Work Until Sat 18 ()et. Born in Greenock in 173o. Wall is one of the world‘s most famous inventors and engineers. l-lis inventions ttshered in a new age. Steam was harnessed to power a whole range of machines which revolutionised indttstry and transport. The exhibition tells the story of his life. highlighting his major inventions and discoveries.

O IMAGES GALLERY 74 llyndland Road. 334 5311.

Mixed exhibition ofetchings and prints regularly shown.

0 JD. KELLY GALLERY 1 18 Douglas Street. 248 (i38o. Mon—Fri ll1.31lam—5.30pm. Sat 10am~12.30pm.

J.D. Henderson, Robert Thomson, James McNaught Sat 4 ()ct—Sat 18 ()et.

0 LAING'S THE JEWELLERS 2o Renfield Street.

All It Needs lfntil Sat 4 Get. A show ofgold jewellery from leading designers. from students and from gold jewellery manufacturers who make gold pieces at affordable prices.

0 LILLIE ART GALLERY Station Road. Milngavie. 95b 2351 . Tue—Fri 11am-5pm and 7—9pm. Sat and Sun 2v-5pm.

Alasdair Crawford-Spirit of Peace Llntil 18()ct. Paintings.

0 MCLELLAN GALLERIES 270 Sauchiehall Street. Mon—Sat 10.30am—-opm.

Royal Glasgow institution of the Fine Arts Exhibition Mon D ()ct—Sun 2 Nov. 0 MAIN FINE ART'l'he Studio Gallery. In ( iibson Street. 334 8858. Tue—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm.

James McDonald L’ntil Sat 4 ()ct. First solo show for an [Edinburgh ('ollege graduate with more than a passing interest in time.

Sandy Murphy Tue 7 ()et—Sat 1 Nov. Landscapes are Murphy's main preoccupation. his source being the countryside and gardens around \Vest Kilbride in Ayrshire where he now lives and works.

0 METRO GALLERY 713 Great Western Road. 33‘) 0737. Tue—Sat 10.30am—5pm.

Decorative Painting Until Sat 4 Oct. Paintings by this year’s graduates of Glasgow (‘ollege of Art.

Marine Paintings'l‘ue l4 ()ct—Sat 15 Nov. Mixed show.

0 THE MITCHELL LIBRARY Kent Road. 221 7030. Mon—Fri ‘).30am-‘lpm. Sat 9.30am—5pm. Leve12:

Glasgow Humanist Society L‘ntil end

j Oct.

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Design Centre, Glasgow If you think designer clothes are a rare breed think again. The black cashmere cardl and the luscious pink lambswool suit that greet you as you enter the Design Centre, are both specially created for Marks and Spencers. ‘Spin-Dfis', the new fashion exhibition first seen in London this summer, states loud and clear that good, often excellent textile design can be found in the brightening constellation of department stores and chains. In the beginning there was St. Michael. Now there's Next (for men too), Principles. . .they’re multiplying. And the anthem of both established and new, champions high qualityirom dye to design.

In a country where the weather requires warmth and the hills breed sheep, it is not surprising to find woollen garments predominating.


Downstairs, theiumpers and jerseys of ~5

Pringle, Baliantyne, McGeorge and colleagues dominate the floor. Their style is classic— practicality with a touch of cashmere luxury or cotton coolness. The look is international with single colours predominating. In contrast, the handknits upstairs have a more quirky appearance. The imagination is the limit. Jazzy notes are hit by some of the chains too. Next, already synonymous with the new High Street chic, knits mass-production with good design into faultless combinations.

But wool is only part of the story. Invention is also applauded in the work of Rosemary Moore, whose new stretchy fabric cling wraps the body in a tube of colour. English Eccentrics get a word in widthways with their new ‘dada’ designs and Georgina von Etzdort’s ‘Scarlett D’Hara' dressing gown in velvet silk breathes a little

Level 3: New Lanark Preservation Society Until

Mon 3 Nov. An introduction to

Robert Owen and David Dale and the village they made famous in the

18th/19thcenturiesforits I progressive and tolerant


0 PEOPLE’S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. 554 0223. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm. Glasgow‘s museum ofworking life.

Building a Better Barrowiield Until Sun 30 Nov.

0 POLLOK HOUSE 2060 Pollokshaws Road. 632 0274. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm.

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

O PROVAND’S LOROSHIP 3 Castle Street. Mon—Sat 9.30—5pm. Sun 2—5an

Annan’s Photographs Until end Sept.

: The work of Victorian

photographer. James Annan.

; Etchings and Prints of the Glasgow

1 Cathedral Area Until end Sept. Victorian printsillustrating someof

Glasgow‘s colourful characters. i

I Hollywood magic. The future of design

is represented in a selection of student

' work with highlights in Liz Cooksley’s

subtle embroidery and Ahmet Djafer’s glamorous men’s cobweb knits.

In the ‘designer' layout, it is a pity some labels are obscured by clothes and some clothes obscured by ugly little electronic security guards the size of small radios.

In the next issue of List, fashion in Glasgow is given special attention. Don’t miss the pull-out 'section on ‘Glasgow Style’ giving details of fashion shows, exhibitions and other events in this exciting fortnight. (Alice Bain)

0 THE SCOTTISH DESIGN CENTRE 72 St Vincent Street. 221 (i121. Monml-‘ri ‘).30am— 5pm. Sat 9am-5pm.

Spin-Offs [Intil Sat 25 ()ct. British textile design in the clothing industry. Some ofthc many fashion textiles on display will have already been tnade tip into clothes by some of Britain‘s leading designers. See panel.

0 SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Ayr Street (adjacent to Springburn Railway Station). Mon—Hi 10.30am-—5pm_ Stilt 2-5pm. Glasgow‘s first community museum has just opened in a newly refurbished wing of Springburn Library.

0 THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchieltall Street. 332 7521. Tue-Sat 10am- 5.30pm. Sun 2—5.30pm. ('afe. [1)] Alan Green - Paintings t'ntil Sat 11 ()ct. While New lmage 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. The eolours are quiet. calm. a foil to the busy outside world.

Alison Wilding Sculpture L'ntil Sat

1 1 Oct. Sharing the gallery with Green. Wilding has made a sculpture specially for this exhibition. Her work was recently included in the Venice Bienniale. The central exhibit. smooth and grey. conceals golden lips of brass like secrets. Jeffrey Dennis- Paintings Until Sat it Oct. Dennis paints a ’l‘wilight Zone. people in miniature supermarkets

bursting through flowery wallpaper. others going to work as an egg. His technique is rough. almost naive. but full of fascination. in the Shadow of the Mountain: Life, Land and Labour in Nepal Until Sat 11 ()ct. (‘olour photographs by Graham Evans. text by Mike l-lutt. An attempt to adjust our perspective of the people who live in the shadow of the Himalayas. Watch ottt for List coverage ofThird Eye (‘entre's Glasgow Style fortnight 21 ()ct—l Nov. a season which Celebrates the best in new Glasgow design. 0 TRANSMISSION GALLERY 13—15 (‘hisholm Street. Tue—Sat noon—6pm. 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 further notice. Prints and paintings in the bar. 0 WASHINGTON GALLERY 44 3 Washington Street. 221 (i780. ' Mon—Fri 10am-5pm. Sat 7 10am—1pm.

General stock display during October.



Street. 226 2428. Mon—Fri


Centre Ocean Stream Exhibition tIntil

Fri 3 ()ct. Barbara llarrow‘s work

' has gone full circle from painting at

3 art college. to costttmes on stage. to

exhibition ofcostumes. The brilliant

' colours of her handstitched satin

f from Centre ()cean Stream‘s last

; four productions (Barbara is

? founder) will appear static at the

= Assembly Rooms.


2 the Arches. 42 London Street. 556

. 832‘). Mon—Sat 10am--5.30pm.

' Chris Maclean CeramicS/Constructiona

and Heather Fergusson Fabrics Sat

, 1 1—30 ()ct. Both recent graduates

' from [Edinburgh (‘ollege of Art. these two artists both have a

, fascination for the torso.

O BOURNE FINEART4 Dundas Street.

557 4050. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm. Sat


; General Exhibition of British Art 1800—1950 Until end October.


Terrace. 556 1010. Mon—Sat


General Exhibition of British and

European paintings and watercolours

lintil end Oct.


Bridge. 225 5584. Mon—Fri

; 9am—0pm. Sat 9am— 1 pm.

E Charles Hamilton Sorley and the War

I Poets L'ntil Fri 17 ()ct.

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