Wimpey l tomes at the (ilasgow (iarden Festival. John Taylor. Dominic Snyder. Joseph l'rie. Sandy Moffat and Derek Roberts are among those showing in this upper-yuppie domestic setting. For further information about A RTIS or the Festival exhibition call 031-556 75-16. Festival Art Competition not ill in prizes are to be w on by Scottish artists enteringthis exhibition specially organised for the (ilasgow (iarden I‘cstixal. 'l'wo-dinieiisional work only should he loosely -based on the six (iarden I'icstix al themes as long astliey are used asa guideline. both new or existing work will be accepted No work slittllId be bigger than «lit in any dimension and should be framed to professional standard. All ai'tistsai'e eligible to enter. If you hayenot receix ed an entry iorni already . they are asailahle irom Art Ilire. \VASPS Studios. 4th Floor . 22 King Street. ( ilasgow . ( i 1. IN] 55.3 15:4 task Itit Mark (iricr). There is a {Jilleiitiy charge Allwork istobe handed in on Iloi 13 July between lliam and 8pm to Art Hire at the aboy e address. \Vork‘ can be accepted earlier by arrangement. A selection panel w ill choose the exhibition and pri/ew inners and the work must be a\ ailable tor the duration oi the ( iai'den i’estiyal The work will be hung in I'iclitelniann's Restaurant and Harbour Bar and a 35’ I commission w ill be charged on any sales \ I GLASGOW PRINT STUOIO 32 King Street. 552ii'7ti-1. Mon Sat lilam 5.30pm. Memory and Imagination. t'niil ZJuly . Touring satellite exhibition of workson paper by sex en oi the nineteen artists w ho exhibited at the lidinburgh International show at the RSA last December. Annual Members Theme Exhibition Dates to be confirmed. btit w ill probably start in late July August. This year's theme is Ay ant (iarden I GLASGOW UNIVERSITY LIBRARY llillhead Street. 33‘) 8855. Mon Thurs 9.15am 0. 15pm; I'ri 9. 15am 4.45pm; Sat 9.15am lllfipni. Next exhibition will be in the autumn term. I HAGGS CASTLE lliii St Andrews I)ri\e. Mon Sat lliani 5pm; Stiii 3 5pm. (ilasgow ‘s museum for children. Digging lor History t 'niii 2x August. A child‘s-eye View of archaeology with a reconstructed site complete with tools and instruments. See Kids page. . HARBINGERS 417(ireat Western Road. 339009”. Mon Sat lliam (ipszun noon 5pm: ('Iosed Tuesdays. .\'ext special exhibition will be in July . but meanwhile the gallery is open selling Scottish giftsaiid crafts. I HILLREAO LIBRARY 348 Byres Road Mon ~ l-‘ri 9.30am 8pm. Sat 9.30am lpm. 3 5pm. (‘Iosed \Vcdnesdays. Ken Palmer l 1 July 2‘) August. Paintings. I HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY I 'niyersity of (ilasgow . 83 IIilIhead Street. 33ll5-13I. Mon l'i‘i 0.30am 5pm; Sat 9.30am lpm. The Mackintosh House Gallery: ( )peil as aboye btit closed lor lunch 12.3” 1.30pm. 5le admission on weekday afternoonsand Saturday s. A reconstruction of the architects home titled with original furniture. The Birth of Modernism: From Post-Impressionism to Surrealism t'nni 35 June. Prints by the heayyweightsol the late 19th and early Zlith century. representing all the ‘isms’ ol the period, Includes work by Picasso. Braque. Matisee. Kandinsky and ls'lee as well as Bonnard. \'iiillard and 'I'oulouse-l.autrec. Mackintosh and Others t 'niil soc-iohcr (closed I5 18 July ). Shows aspectsol the (ieorge Smith(’o|lection whose major interest is in Scottish art. notably the work ol Mackintosh. last year Mr Smith was awarded an Honorary Degree by (ilasgow l'nixersity in acknow Iedgement of his work in supporting the uniyersity 's Art ('ollcctions. and this exhibition is in recognition of that award. Art and Botany Public Lecture Series.

Lecture Theatre. Huntarian Art (iallery. Wednesdays 2-3pm until 17 August. £1.50 at door. Elli series. The fragrant sounding Sweet .llurjorum: The Garden in [41h ( 'enrury A ri w ill be the subject of the talk on 2‘) June and on o July the theme is The Ila/(mi lt‘muixsimt‘e (inn/en. The speakers are Robert (iibhs ( t ’niyersity oi ( ilasgow) and Deborah Howard (l'niyersity of Iidinhurghi. I-Inquiriesto the Visitors (‘entrc. l'niyersity of(ilasgow (i 13. 33” 543i. ' I NUNTERIAN MUSEUM The t’niyersity oi (ilasgow . 3398855. Mon I‘Ti 9..3tiaiii--5pin; Sat l)._‘xtiani lpm. Twice named Museum ol the Year. Money Planist'niil 3] ()ct. Plantsol all sorts depicted on ancient and freshly minted coins. Coracle. Kayak and Canoe t not 22 Sept. Iixamplesof y'ery early watercraft from a houyant but pre-steam. unenginecred age. I IMAGES GALLERY 7-1 I ly ndland Road. 33-1 5311. Mon- Fri 9.30am 5.30pm. .\'o exhibition at present but general stock includes 18th and l‘)th century Japanese woodblock prints and l‘)th and Zlith century etchings. w atercolours andoils. I J.O. KELLY GALLERY 1 18 Douglas Street. Mon- Fri lli.3liam- 2pm and 2.3o 5.3ilpm: Sat 10am 2.3lipm. Jenepher Ross lfntil 3 July . Sculpture. I JOHN GREEN FINE ART 2i )3 Bath Street. 2316025. Mon -I‘ri lilam 5pm; Sat lilam lpm. Flowers lorthe Festival 'l‘hroughoiit summer. An exhibition of l‘)th and Zlith century flower paintings. I LILLIE ART GALLERY Station Road. Milngayie. 95(i2351.‘l‘ue Hi i 1am 5pm and 7-9pm; Sat and Sun 3- 5pm. (’loscd Mondays. Milngavie Art Club Annual Exhibition t'niil ZSJune. I MAIN FINE ARTThe Studio (iallery . It» (iihson Street. 334 8858. Tue Sat IUam-Spm; Stiii 3 5pm. Work by Lesley Main until mid-summer. I MCGAVIGANS (( ii‘aphics and Stationery ). 34 Royal szchaiige Square. 321 401 I Treasure: work by Johnny McGuinness t ‘niii 3 July. Supporting and promoting its customers. the artists materials shop Mc( iayigans has set aside part of its premises as gallery space. I‘irst toexhibit is sculptor and painter Johnny Mc(iuinness w ho works with re-cycled materials. I MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Kely in Hall (Izntrance from Bunliouse Road with parking facilities) Mon Sat iii Spin; Sun 2 Spinfl‘he newly opened Transport Museum with its lond collection of cars. trams and trains now back on show. Glasgow Philatelic Society Exhibition i hit] 27 Aug. Different stamp displaysduring June. July and August. Straihclyde Police and Road Salety Road Show“ July 2‘) August. ()n the road with the constabulary Display and lilms. . 90$ GALLERY I: ( )tago Street. 3393158. Mon Sat Illam -(ipm. Flora l 'nlil 2‘) June. More artistic flora and fauna of (ilasgow to coincide with the (iarden l'cstiy'al. Richard Demarco 25 June .23 .luly . The tidinhurgh impressario's first one-man show in ( ilasgow ior many years. I PEOPLE'S PALACE MUSEUM (ilasgow (ireen. 55-10223. Mon Sat 10am-5pm. Sun 5pm. (ilasgow‘s museumol working life. Now in its‘)l)th year. the museum is currently undergoingessential repairs and relurhishment which w ill Iast throughout the year. Celtic Centenary Exhibition t 'niil 3liJune. The epic story of (‘eltic Football (Tub. celebrating its centenary year. told with affectionate memorabilia and oodlesol nostalgia. Scottish Labour Party Centenary Exhibition L'ntil 1 July. Another centenary . thistinie that of the Scottish Labour Party. appropriately housed on the museum of (ilasgow (irecn. seen of so many famous

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Hunterian Art Gallery

U niversity of Glasgow THE BIRTH OF MODERNISM i

From Post-Impressionism to Surrealism

Until 25 June t

MAC KINTOSH AND OTHERS Aspects of The George Smith Collection 8 June 8 October

Mon I'ri ‘).3(iam~-5pm: Sat 9.3(iam— 1 pm

compass gallery

178 west regent si. glas‘gow g2 -trI scotla nd.O—ll 221 0370

Admission Free Tel: (Ml 3305431


Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen Art Schools


Sponsored by the Scottish Post Office Board Subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council and Glasgow District Council

Ap rodite’s ' Island


14th April to 4th September

Royal Museum of Scotland Chambers Street, Edinburgh



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