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The Mound. Edinburgh 'l‘elephone 031-556 8.921


Admission FREE 9th May-27th July

Open Mon-Sat 10am-5pm Sun 2pm-5pm

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Collective. Edinburgh.

Josephine Graham Until Sat 11 July. Paintings and drawings.

0 369 GALLERY 209 Cowgate. 225 3013. Mon—Sat noon—5.30pm. Caroline McNalrn Until Sat 27 June. McNairn has been connected with 369 for some time. but this is her first solo show at the Cowgate premises. See panel.

Art From Iona 4—25 July. Seven artists who visited the community on the island of Iona on a 369 trip. exhibit the work they completed during that week.

0 WARE ON EARTH 15 Howe Street. 5581276.Mon—Sat 10am—6.30pm: Sundays by appointment.

Ceramic Sculpture and Prints by Lesley May-MillerTuc 7—Sat 25 July. Graduating from Edinburgh College ofArt in 1981. Miller has shown her work regularly around the UK. most recently at the Open Eye Gallery. Edinburgh.

0 WASPS STUDIOS Patriothall. Stockbridge. Phone 041 552 0564 for information.

Exhibition Last week four floors of studios and an exhibition by the artists working in them. were officially opened. In the last 18 months. 35 artists have been working in the Old Bakery building. The range ofwork is wide - from Phil Braham‘s silvery oils to designer dressmaking (lots ofwedding photos) by Caroline Scott.


This section lists exhibitions at special note held outside Glasgow and Edinburgh. Galleries should contact Alice Baln with information at least two weeks in advance.

0 EAST FORTUNE MUSEUM OF FLIGHT North Berwick. East Lothian. Daily 10am—5pm. Until 31 August.

JUSI Opened on a former RAF wartime airfield. this open air museum (during summer only) has over 30 aircraft including a 1930 de Havilland Puss Moth. a Submarine Spitfire and a Vulcan Bomber. Contact Royal Museum of Scotland. Chambers Street for further details.

O SEAGATE GALLERY 36—40 Seagate 0382 26331.

The Living Paintings Fri 26—Sun 28 June. They hung in Wolverhampton Art Gallery in May 1986 and attracted 12.000 people. breaking gallery records. Under the auspices of artist Stephen Taylor-Woodrow they are back again to hang on a few Scottish walls. Four men perform this unusual idea. taking the place of paintings. This will be the last opportunity to see them as the piece is ‘going into early retirement.‘ Catch them on this final tour at Artspace. Aberdeen. 2—4 July. An Lanntair. Stornoway. Tue 7 and Wed 8 July and Smith Art Gallery. Stirling Thurs 30July—Sat 1 Aug. Performance will be held during normal gallery hours.

0 SMITH GALLERY AND MUSEUM Dumbarton Road. Stirling 0786 71917. Tue—Sat 10.30am—12.30pm and l—5pm; Sun 2—5pm.

Smith Biennial Exhibition 1987 The Smith have announced the closing date for entries for their biennial competition show. Artists are asked to have entry forms returned by 5 August. The selected work will be shown from 17 Sept to 18 Oct. Work in any medium will be accepted. Entry forms are available from the above address. £6000 in prize money is being offered this year. making this the biggest competition ofits kind in Scotland. 1985's winner of the first prize. Ian McCulloch. has had four one-man shows since. Knitting —A Common Art Until Sun 19 July. A review ofthis vastly popular hobby and sometimes art over 400 years of British interest. The earliest item is a hand-knitted Tudor cap of 1590. There are examples ofFair Isle and Shetland and work by famous names like Sandy Black. Sasha Kagan and Zandra Rhodes. One of only two showings in Scotland.

0 SCOTTISH AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM lngliston. near Edinburgh. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat noon—5pm: Closed Sun. Phone 225 7534 for information.

A new display ofcountry life during Burns‘ times.

46 The List 26 June - 9 July