ART & EXHIBITIONS LIST
Hunterian Art Gallery University of Glasgow
26 JULY— 24 OCTOBER PRINTMAKING IN BRITAIN 1918 — 1939
Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm, Sat 9.30am-1pm Admission Free
Edinburgh Festival I987
THE UNIQUE AFRICAN
FESTIVALOPENING TIMES 9am to 9 pm
Monday to' Saturday
5 London Road, Mr. L.G.Mitchell 661-4481
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Scottish Gallery. Edinburgh
Alberto Monocco's lelicitous paintings are lull ol languid women lazily observing lite lrom their windows and broad-beamed Italian mamas sitting with their menlolk on the beach. They recall, in crayon-bright
Made tip trom submissions and lrom stock.
0 GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART It»? Renlrew
PASQUALE BASILE Colourful Etching/Aquatints by a Contemporary Italian Artist SCOTTISH WATERCOLOURS Festival Exhibition of Recent Works by l5 Scottish Artists GALLERY I IOURS
Monday toSaturday l lam toopm
FLYING COLOURS GALLERY Venue I I"), I3 \Villiam Street, \\'est I;n(I, Edinburgh It‘II I) I I .333 ()770.
Street. 332 979‘.
O GLASGOW UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Ilillhead. Mon I-ri 0. liam 0. lﬁpm; Sat 9. l5am l2. l5pm.
The European Emblem t‘niil Mon 24 .-\ug. Small motto and \ erse pictures. ol which (ilasgow I‘niy ersity boasts the world's best single collection and whiclt appealed strongly to the Victorian sentiment. 'I‘heir display is part of a conference on the subject organised jointly by (ilasgow and Strathclyde I 'niyersitics.
0 HAGGS CASTLE Hill St Andrews Drive. Mon Sat Illam 5pm: Sun 2 5pm. (ilasgow ‘s museum tor children.
A Box at Surprises t'niil Mon 24 Aug. Boxesol \aried l’orm. function and material. See Is'ids page.
0 IIILLHEAD LIBRARY 34S Byres Road. 33‘)
UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE
Richmond Street, Glasgow 61 Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 12 noon—4pm
THE BLASTED OAK The Oak Tree: Natural History, Art and Myth in European Culture 14 August — 4 September 1987 ADMISSION FREE
This exhibition includes works by Beuys, Constable, Hobbema and Turner Exhibition organised by Herbert Art Gallery. Coventry
7333. Mon I’ri 0.30am Ipm. 3~Spm; Sat 9.30am 1pm and 2—5pm. (‘losed Wed. Ken Palmer I 'ntil Sat 2‘)Attg. I’aintingsby the lounding member ol’ the artists‘ group ()pen ( ‘ircle (a charitable. limited company w hich runs a continuous programme ot exhibitions in Ilillhead Library. I‘or turther intormation contact: Bea Withers. lb Belmont Crescent. (ilasgow (ill)
0 HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY Ifniyersity oI (ilasgow. IIiIIhead Street. 330543 I.
Mon I’ri‘)..illam» 5pm;Sat‘)..‘~tL Ipm. The Mackintosh House Gallery: ()pen as aboye but closed for lunch 12.3tl-- I .3tlpm. Slip admission on weekday alternootisattd Saturdays. A reconstruction ol'the architect's borne titled with original furniture.
Printmaking in Britain t'niit Sat 24 ()ct (closed 35-—2S Sept). The relatively blunt nature ol w ood engraying had become unfashionable in the 19th century but the
' 1920s and 30s saw it return to l'ayour
Scottish Landscape Prints tiniil Sat 2‘) Aug.
Matisse colours, the hot pleasurable lite ol the Mediterranean, and the llat, vivid lorms suggest a time at day near noon. whenthe sun is at its highest and no shadows are cast. (Sally Kinnes)
especially. as is highlighted here. in the work of Paul and John Nash. Iiric ( iill and David Jones. Also work by the young (iraham Sutherland. Henry Moore. lien Nicholson and Iyon I litchens.
Maclntosh Graphics I 'nliI I)cc. ()riginal designs and printed graphics lot posters. inyitations. menus. ady ertising labels etc. and representatiye examples by Maclntosh's contemporaries. Margaret and I‘rancis .\Iacl)onald and James Ilerbert MacNairn.
O HUNTERIAN MUSEUM ‘l‘he t'niyersityol (ilasgow. 33‘) 8855. Mon—Iri 9.3(lam—5pm; Sat l).3(lant lprn. 'I'w ice named Museum of the Year. the Hunterian (‘ollection includes objects ranging from (’aptain ('ook‘s I’acilic treasures to the Bearsden Shark. Museums at Work limit 2‘) Sept. Explaining all that goes on to log. label. Collect. eonserye. research and encase an object iii a museum.
The Interior ol the First Hunterian Museum with Statue at James Watt by William Stewart (1823—1905) The painting makes reference to a modest incident which partially led Wall on to his revolutionary invention of the steam engine. As he was Mathematical Instrument Maker to (ilasgow L'niyersity at the time. I757. its recent purchase by the museum is not entirely inappropriate.
Mary. Money and Medals 'I'hroughout Aug. Stirling Bun-hem and other such trading tokens issued round about the time Mary. Queen of Scots was alive.
0 IMAGES GALLERY 74 I Iyndland Road. 334 53] I. Mon—Iiri ()Jtlanr 5.30pm. Nineteenth and twentieth century watercolours and etchings.
O J. D. KELLY GALLERY IIS' Douglas Street.
0 LILLIE ART GALLERY Station Road. Milngayic. 956 2351. 'I‘ue-«I’ri l lam-5pm and 7—9pm; Sat and Sun 2-5pm. Perspectives- A New Look I'ntil 5 Sept. Work by photographers who have an
50 The List 21 Aug— 3 Sept