UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE Richmond Street, Glasgow 61

Until 6 October (closed 25—28 Sept) TWO’S COMPANY

TIES THAT BIND The Family In Contemporary Art

MASTER OF PERSUASION John Grierson and the Documentary Cinema Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat Noon-4pm

GALLERY TALKS Tue 22 September at 1pm VAUGHAN JUDGE photographer

Tue 29 September at 1 pm LYS HANSEN painter

PERFORMANCE FAMILY TIES by the Rotating Dancers Sat 19 September at 1 pm and 3pm (with work in progress on Fri 18 Sept (afternoon) Sat 3 October at 1 pm and 3pm (with work in progress on Fri 2 Oct (afternoon)

SUbS/dlsed by the Scottish Arts COUnCII

Sponsored by Marks and Spencer, Scottish Post Office, Scottish Television





Mon-Sat loam—5.30pm (Sundays during the Festival)

478 George Street, 031 220 1305

Regeneration '87 Until Wed 30 Sept. Projects designed to regenerate urban Scotland. Awards presented jointly by the S.D.A and the R.l.A.S.

O SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Ayr Street (adjacent to Springburn Railway Station). Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm.

This railway and community museum publishes its first book in conjunction with Third Eye Centre and Polygon Books. Glasgow: Locomotive Builder to the World by Mark O‘Neill and Murdoch Nicolson follows their successful exhibition of the same name. Price £4.95, it is available from bookshops.

e THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street, 332 7521 . Tue—Sat 10am—5.30pm, Sun 2—5.30pm. Cafe. [D]

Georges Rousse1983—1987 Until Sat 10 Oct. This French artist photographs interiors large and in colour. His drawing of the places puts him in the same catagory in which Ron O‘Donnell and Calum Colvin fall between photography and painting/sculpture. Born in Paris in 1947, Rousse has exhibited internationally recently in Amsterdam and New York. Jointly

Collins Gallery, Glasgow For the second year running, the Collins has put two young trainee exhibition organisers through their paces with the help of an EEC grant. This month, Ruth Charity and Mark Murray sum up their stay in an exhibition, the concept, organisation and mounting oi which they have handled to professional effect themselves.

Both exhibitions, though on a small scale, pack as many features and skills of exhibition-making in as possible, which seems on this occasion, the most important aspect of the exercise. Ruth looked for contemporary art which had been created out of family matters. The resulting exhibition ‘Ties That Bind’ brings Glasgow photographer Vaughan Judge, West indian/English painter Sonia Boyce, sought-after photographer and set-designer David Buckland and eight others together on the walls and in words.

The family is something that everyone relates to one way or another. For Helen Wilson in her celebratory painting it is embraced as the womb oi

organised with the Arnolfini. Bristol.

Moira lnnes Until Sat 10 Oct. Work by a Scottish artist who makes sculpture from bits and pieces. ladders and rope and things lying about

CaterpillarWorkers Until Sat 10 Oct. Fighting For A Future. A visual record by the Joint Occupation Committee Photography Group. Andy McKinnon and the Glasgow Film and Video Workshop. For 103 days the workers ofCaterpillar UK occupied their factory in an attempt to save 1200 jobs. This exhibition documents a community hanging on. 0 TRANSMISSION GALLERY 13 Chisholm Street. 552 4813. Mon—Sat Noon—(1pm.

0 WASHINGTON GALLERY 44 Washington Street.2216780. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am—1pm.


O BACKROOM GALLERY Underneath the Arches. 42 London Street, 556

- 8329. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Paintings by CA. Burchell, M. Hills and M. Gibbons Until Sat 3 Oct. The Backroom continues its exhibitions


life. Gloria Chalmers in a set of three photographs, looks at the formidable power of the male/female relationship and stereotype within the family. Two artists, both phographers, mix-and-match family faces into intriguing combinations. Here is a taste of some of the medicine we all take.

Mark investigates a very different world. He has mounted the first exhibition about Glaswegian, John Grierson, founding father of the documentary. Stills of course, and text tell the story of the man and a couple of vintage cine cameras add a flavour of the times. Fourfilms will be shown regularly throughout the exhibition, including ‘Night Mail’, a classic of its genre, with poetry by Auden and music by Britten. Films will also be shown at the GFT. See listings for details.

Unfortunately, EEC funding for this training project is not available for next year as regulations have been changed, but Tessa Jackson, curator, hopes the gallery can meet the new requirements in the future. (Alice Baln)

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