I ST JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH 57b lnverleith Row. Mon—Sat 10am—7pm: Sun noon—4pm.
Him to Moum. Him to Rejoice tintil 24 Aug. Admission 50p. Baptism. tnarriage and funerals all require a certain dress. This exhibition displays Victorian. Edwardian and thirties-style costume for these occasions.
I STJOHN'S CHURCH 3 Lothian Road (corner of Princes Street West end). Mon—Sat 11am—6pm.
6th Fringe Crait and Design Fair t’ntil 3 Sept. An open-air craft market selling jewellery. textiles. glass. toys etc. l-‘ifty exhibitors daily.
I SCOTTISH CRAFT CENTRE 140 Canongate. 556 8136. Mon-—Sat 10am—5.30pm.
Matting Faces l'ntil 3 Sept. Craftspeople have been asked to stretch their imaginations and come tip with faces in their particular mediums. There is a tiny titanium jester by Ann Marie Shillito. fat glass heads by Alastair Macintosh and Cleopatra on a vase by Bridget Draketord.
I THE SCOTTISH GALLERY 9-1 George Street. 225 5955. Mon—Fri 9am—5.30pm; Sat 9.30am— 1 pm. See also Scottish and Past Masters sections.
Peter Hayes and Breon O'Casey L'nti16 Sept. The work of these two craftsmen is linked by their interest in early non-Western art. ()‘Casey's jewellery uses primitive geometries and l layes' ceramic work has developed from a period studyingand teaching in Africa.
Ceramic work by young Scottish artists is being shown during the same period.
I TALBOT RICE GALLERY ()ld College. University of Edinburgh. 667 101 1 ext 4308. Mon—Sat. 10am—5pm; Sun 2pm—5pm.
Angelo Canevari Until 10 Sept. Stage designs.
I TENT Princes Street Gardens (West End). Daily 10am—7pm.
Festival Craft Tent 19—29 Atig. Eight years ofthe Tent in Princes Street Gardenshave proved that quality craft is best. This year artists and designers will be showing and sellingjewellery. fabrics. knitwear. ceramics etc. Worth a browse.
I TORRANCE GALLERY 29b Dundas Street. 556 6366. Mon—Fri 11am—6pm; Sat 10.30am—4pm.
Mixed Exhibition Until 27 Aug. Recent paintings by Ethel Walker. silver and gold jewellery by Tony Newbery and silver and enamel jewellery by Judity Phibbs.
I CENTRAL CYCLE HIRE l3 Lochrin Place. Tollcross. Info 228 6333. Daily9am—7pm. Edinburgh Festival Photography and Cat Paintings Until 3 Sept. lt‘s an odd mixture and in a cycle shop too! However. ifyou need a bike. like cats and would like a view of Edinbur yh. this is the place to go.
I CITY CAF 19 Blair Street. 220 0125. Noon—2am.
Gavin Evans 22 Aug—3 Sept. Photographs. I DIVERSE ATTRACTIONS Riddles Court. The Lawnmarket. Phone 337 5442 for information about Gorgie Dalry Photoworkshop.
Photography by Gorgie/Dalry Photoworkshop Until 23 Aug. ltlam—midnight. Personal images from the members ofthis community group.
I FESTIVAL CLUB Chambers Street. lOam—noon. 3pm—5pm for non—members. lOam—2am for members of the Festival Club.
Body and Soul Until 3 Sept. 30p Admission. Marc Marnie. photographer for Platform Jazz in Edinburgh. takes
shots at some of the great in Jazz - Carol Kidd. Charlie lladen. Lazy Lester. Tommy Smith and others.
I FILMHOUSE Lothian Road. 2286382. Mon—Sat noon—1 1pm; Sun 6.30—11pm. Licensed rest.
I GRAEME MURRAY GALLERY 15 Scotland Street 556 6020'1'ue—Fri 11am—5pm; Sat 10am— 1 pm.
Dreaming the Gokstadt—Northem Lands and Islands—Recent Work by the adopted American photographer Thomas Joshua Cooper Until 17 Sept.
The exhibition which looks at the silences and emptiness of Northern landsincluding Scotland. Ireland. lceland and Norway is accompanied by a lush book of the same name. Price £18.
I KNEALE AND RUSSELL ARCHITECTS 31 Alva Street. Info 556 4017. Mon-Sat 10am—4pm. Appearances Until 2 Sept. Scottish photographer Andy Wiener has a strange way oflooking at life. but it hits home with a punch. Should be seen. I MERCHANT‘S HALL 22 Hanover Street. Mon—Sat 10am—8pm. International Photography Until 3 Sept. Admission £1. Children under 12 free. The Edinburgh Photographic Society put together their 126th exhibition ofpictorial photography. I OLD FRINGE OFFICE 17011igh Street. Daily 10am-5.30pm. Colin Baxter Until 3 Sept. Work by the man who changed the face of the Scottish postcard. Colin Baxter. I PORTFOLIO GALLERY AT PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP 43 Candlemaker Row. 220 191 1. Ruth Stirling Until 3 Sept. Photographs by a Scottish photographer from her experiences as artist-in-residence at the Marine Station on Cumbrae. This exhibition marks the opening ofthe Photography Workshop which offers darkroom facilities. advice for young photographers. classes. workshops and talks. The workshop has also started its practical activities using the new dark room facilities. It‘s recommended that you take a look. Colour Printing Workshop Sat 20 Aug 9.30am—6pm. Studio Still Life Sat 21 Aug9.30am—6pm. Telephone for more information and
rices. I PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street. 556 8921. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2~5pm. From 14 Aug to 4 Sept hours are extended to Mon—Sat 10am—6pm; Sun 11am—6pm. A free Festival Bus runs every half-hour between the National Galleries and other exhibition venues. John Muir Wood 1805-1892 Until 5 Nov. £1 Admission. John Muir Wood is a find. A musician who took to photography in the 1840‘s and 50‘s. his photographs are both remarkably beautiful and ahead oftheir time. His work was lost to both publicand the world of experts. but in 1986 his descendants gave nearly 1000 photographs to the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. which in recent years has built and is still adding to a wonderful collection and archive. 200 ofthe finest images are shown at this year's festival for the first time.
Concert 8. 18.26 and 29 Aug at 7pm. £2. Music associated with the life ofJohn Muir Wood. (phone 556 8921 for details). Masterpieces trom the Edinburgh Photographic Society Collection Until 11 Sept. A small but pleasing exhibition of work by pioneer photographers from Edinburgh. lnformative. witty. well-chosen and well-labelled. this isjust the sort ofexhibition the NPG organises superbly.
I ROYAL DOTANIC GARDEN 552 7171.
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TENTH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION 1978 — 1988 &
Three Studio Artists
6th July — 3rd September
Sponsored by the Scottish A rts Council
GOOF BRITAIN’S LEADING CRAFTSMEN SELLING THEIR WORK. CERAMICS, FABRICS, GLASS, JEWELLERY, SILVERWARE, KNITWEAR, WOOD.
BESIDE THE PlAZZA CAFE WEST PRINCES ST GARDENS VENUE No 132
Sponsored by The Scotsman
19th AUGUST - 28th AUGUST loam - 7pm ADMISSION £1.00 (inc. catalogue)
An exhibition of the ﬁnest contemporary Scottish Craftwork at Burberrys Scotch House 39-41 Princes
3}ng Street, Edinburgh. Open
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