Dock. opposite Scottish Exhibition Centre. 429 8855. Until 26 Sept. 7days 10am—9pm (last admission 1 hotir before Closing). Day tickets £5. l'B-Itl. ()AI’S £4. children 5--16£2.5ll. under 5s free. Sculpture The Glasgow Garden Festival includes plenty of sculpture reclining amongst the flower beds. though the most difficult part is seeking it otit. Get hold ofa free copy of the National Galleries' useful little leaflet before you go which hasa map. numbered locations and descriptions. Available from the National Gallery . the NHL the GMA and tnajor art centres. The latest and final addition to the sculpture in the l-estiv al's collection is Richard ( iroom‘s giant floating sculpture which now rests lace up on the watcrof Festival Harbour.

Festival 88 Art Competition Until end Sept. Artists w ere lll\ ited to submit work to compete for the l; l .tlliil worth of prizesto be had lll this ( iarden Festival exhibition. Selected works from the submission have been litiiig in lichtelmann's Restaurant and Harbour Bar in the festival site. The rest hay e been hung at the WASPS Gallery in the ( 'raft Village and can be seen for the duration of the Festival. Pri/ewiiiners were. Dorothy Black. l'.\L'lL'L‘ll Wright. ( 'aroly n Boyd. Janet Melrose. Andrew Sneddon and Vicki (Kissitly.

Art in the Garden A beautifully produced

\ olume w ith photographs of the Glasgow Garden Festival sculpture in the making and on site. It you want somethingmore substantial to accompany a sculptural tour of the site. this is the book to get. Richard Deacon. Michelangelo Pistoletto. liduartlo Paolo/xi. Shona Kinloch. (ieorge Wy llie and William 'l‘tirnbtill el al are set in luxurious black and whiteand contributions in w riting include essays by critic Richard ( ‘ork and French garden specialist Yves Abrioux. The book is edited and produced by Graeme Murray for the ( ilasgow (iardcn Festival andis sold at the I'cstiy al and bookshops or from (iraemc Murray Gallery . ll3l-5566tl2tl. Artis The commercial arts group A rtis has selected 13 Scottish artists to be exhibited in the much-ptiblicised baronial manor by Wiinpey Homes at the ( ilasgow Gardeti I-esiiv al. .lohn 'l‘ay lor. Dominic Snyder. .Ioseph l‘rie. Sandy Moffat and Derek Roberts are among those showing in this upper-yuppie domestic setting. For further information about ARTlSorthe Festivalexhibition call U3] 55675-16. Warsteiner Exhibition (‘rat't Village. W.~\SPS(iallery. l'ntil end Sept. An exhibition displaying the prizewinning paintings and a group of the best entrants in a ( iai'deii Festival competition organised by Warsteiner Beer. I GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO 22 King Street. 552tl"il-l. Mon Sat lllam- 5.30pm.

Avant Garden 1 ‘ntil 3 Sept. Print Studio members and my ited artists were asked to make something special to show under thi.s theme. Peter l low son has four suspicious characters looking through a hedge and Vicki (‘assidy . just new ly graduated from college has a more gentle

butterfly -aiid-bee approach. ()ver 40 artists has e taken part in this garden show. Workshops The studio workshops have reopened in their new premises and are now available for artists‘ use. Membership application forms are available from the abov e address.

I GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART l67 Renfrew Street. 332 9797.

Glasgow Girls - Women in the Art School 1880-1920 l'ntil 3] Aug. Anexhibition which stirv eys the work of women who were students at Glasgow School ofArt. I GLASGOW UNIVERSITY LIBRARY IIillhead Street. 339 8855. Mon—Thurs

9. l5atn—9. 15pm; Fri 9. l5am—-i.45pm; Sat 9. 15am -l2. 15pm. Next exhibition willbe in the autumn term.

I HAGGS CASTLE l(iil St Andrews Drive. Mott-Sat lilam--5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Glasgow's museum for children.

Digging tor History Until 28 August. A child's-eye view of archaeology with a reconstructed site complete with tools and instruments. See Kids page.

I HARBINGERS 417 Great Western Road. 3399999. Mon—Sat l(lam—hpszun noon—5pm: Closed Tuesdays.

The Lighthouse Group Until 31 Aug. Joseph Davie. Brian Cairns and Joseph Nevan are a group of young Glasgow artists who work from the same studio in the WASPS studios. King Street.

I HILLHEAO LIBRARY ()pen Circle Gallery. 348 Byres Road. Mon-Fri 9.3(iam—8pm. Sat 9.3(lam— lpm. 2—5pm. Closed Wednesdays.

Ken Palmer Until 29 August. Paintings.

I HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. 330 543]. Mon—Fri 9.3llam—5pm; Sat 9.3(lam— 1 pm. The Mackintosh House Gallery: ()pcn as above but closed for lunch 12.3tl—l .3llpm. 50p admission on weekday afternoonsand Saturdays. A reconstruction ofthe architect's home fitted with original furniture. Upstairs the Mackintosh I louse shows work by four women artists on a floral theme to complement the Print Gallery‘s major exhibition of Mackintosh Flower Drawings (see below). Whistler's wile Beatrice was an illustrator acquainted with the botanical specimen. Katherine Cameron and Lily Blatherwick are Scottish watercolourists who worked across the l9th and 20th centurieson prints of flowers and Elizabeth Blackadder shows the contemporary artist at work with plants and flowers. Mackintosh Flower Drawings Until 3 Sept. While spanning his full career from the l89tls to I925. these delicate watercolours were to occupy much of the artist‘s time dttring the latter part of his career when his architectural commissions were in decline. They do however characterise the unique Mackintosh style as potently as his powerful buildings botanically accurate and aesthetically beautiful. these drawings surely make the most appropriate and unmissable of the Glasgow Garden Festival related exhibitions.

Mackintosh and Others Until 8()ctober. Shows aspects of the George Smith Collection whose major interest is in Scottish art. notably the work of Mackintosh. Last year Mr Smith was awarded an Honorary Degree by Glasgow University in acknowledgement ofhis work in supporting the university's Art Collections. and this exhibition is in recognition of that award.

Art and Botany Public Lecture Series. Lecture Theatre. llunterian Art Gallery. Wednesdays 2—3pm until l7 August. £1.50 at door. illlseries. Iinquiriestothe Visitors’ Centre. University ofGlasgow Gl2. Tel: 33(l5-i3l.

I HUNTERIAN MUSEUM The University of Glasgow. 339 8855. Mon—Fri 9.3llam—5pm; Sat 9.3(lam— 1 pm. Twice named Museum of the Year.

Money Plants Until 3| ()ct. Plants ofall sorts depicted on ancient and freshly minted coins.

Coracle. Kayak and Canoe Until 22 Sept. Examples of very early watercraft from a bouyant btit pre-steam. unengineered age. I IMAGES GALLERY 74 llyndland Road. 334 5311. Mon—Fri 9.3(lam—5.3(lpm. No exhibition at present btit general stock includes 18th and 19th centurylapanese woodblock prints and 19th and 20th century etchings. watercolours and oils.

I J.O. KELLY GALLERY 1 l8 Douglas Street. Mon—Fri ll).3(lam—2pm and 2.30—5.3(lpm; Sat l(lam— 2.30pm.

JD Henderson, J McNaught and B Thomson Until 3 Sept.

I JOHN GREEN FINE ART 203 Bath Street. 22] 6025. Mon—Fri l()am—Spm: Sat

l()am— I pm.

Flowers iorthe Festival Throughout summer. An exhibition of 19th and 2(lth century flower paintings.

I LILLIE ART GALLERY Station Road. Milngavie. 956 235i . Tue—Fri l lam—5pm

h .5. j.,-“1’§"j.:::;*$i§‘"§ 3 PRIZE EXHIBITION

Warsteiner Exhibition, WASPS Gallery, Glasgow Garden Festival

Business sponsorship is a beast with many heads these days, but one of the most popular ways to give away money to the arts or sports tor that matter is to raise a competition.

Warsteiner Beer (a German company) have done just that at the Glasgow Garden Festival. With a total purse of £1000 artists were attracted to submit to an exhibition which has eventually been hung (after some false starts in one of the restaurants on site) in the WASPS Gallery at the Craft Village. Dorothy Black (her work is pictured here) was the winner of the £500 first prize with a picture which lends itsell to summers, gardens and sunny mood. Evelyn Wright took the second (£250) with a dark, mysterious landscape drawing. While most of the submission came from Glasgow, Dorothy is an Edinburgh artist working at the Patriothall studios. This week she is also showing paintings at the WASPS Gallery at Patriothall. See Festival Art, Scottish section for details.

It you need more garden for thought, take a look at the exhibition at Glasgow Print Studio. Avant Garden will give you a little more than the standard lawn/herbaceous combination. (AB)

and 7-9pm; Sat and Sun 2 -5pm. Closed Mondays.

Flowers in a Frame l'ntil 4 Sept. An exhibition of flower paintings from the Lillie Art Gallery collection which has been btiilt tip over the past 25 years.

I MAIN FINE ARTThe Studio Gallery. l6 Gibson Street. 334 8858. Tue—Sat l(lam—Spin; Sun 2—5pm.

Summer Exhibition Work by Lesley Main until end Attg. The Mains‘ lovely new gallery in Gibson Street is due to open in September.

I MCGAVIGANS (Graphics and Stationery). 2-1 Royal lixchange Square. 248 259i). Mon—Sat 9.30—5.3(lpm.

Next exhibition ‘Beyond the Pale' opens 30 Atig.

I MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Kelvin Hall (Entrance from Bunhouse Road with parking facilities) Mon-Sat ill—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. The newly opened Transport Museum with its fond collection ofcars. trams and trains now back on show. Glasgow Philatelic Society Exhibition Until 27 Aug. Stamps galore. Strathclyde Police and Road Safety Road Show Until 29 August. ()n the road with the constabulary. Display and films.

I SOS GALLERY 12 ()tago Street. 3393 I58. Mon—Sat l(lam~6pm. Recent Painting and Batik by Doris Barton

McIntyre and Dot Moir Until 25 Aug. McIntyre looks at the Scottish landscape while Moir's batik picks tip the threads of Arthurian legend and Norse saga.

I PEOPLE'S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. 5540223. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun l~5pm. Glasgow‘s museum of working life. Now in its 90th year. the museum is currently undergoing essential repairs and refurbishment which will last throughout the year.

Stained Glass Gallery A new permanent gallery of secular and religious stained glass. acknowledging Glasgow‘s impressive history in the field.

The Glasgow Boxer Until 31 ()ct. Withone exception every Scottish world boxing champion has come from Glasgow or nearby ~ Johnny l lill was Glasgow‘s first world champion. then came Benny Lynch. Jackie Paterson. Wee Walter McGowan and Jim Watt. Photographs show boxing on the Glasgow scene. past and present. the doctors. the promoters. the referees and doormen. Sounds punchy.

I POLLOK HOUSE 2060 Pollokshaws Road. 632 027-1. Mon-Sat Ilium—5pm. Sun 1—5pm. Neighbour to the Burrell Collection. this l8th century house contains the Stirling Maxwell Collection of Spanish paintings and period furnishings.

I THE SCOTTISH DESIGN CENTRE 72 St Vincent Street. 221 612 l. Mon—Sat 9.3llain-5pin.

Design tor Print Until 27 August. Graphics and print design have to become the key to everything from establishing corporate identity to reviving a flagging image. Just look what they've done to The Guardian. This show takes over 15(lcxamples of work designed and printed in Britain and looks at the impact of new technologyon printing design.

I SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Ayr Street (adjacent to Springburn Railway Station). 557 14(l5. Mon—Fri ltl.3t)am—5pm. Sun 2-5an

A Place to Stay Until Nov 88. One ofthc largest exhibitions ever mounted on the subject of housing in Scotland. The exhibition traces the transformation in Spriiigburn from a small village and industrial suburb where property was privately owned. to today'stown dominated by council tower blocks. home for 50’; of the residents.

I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 752l . Tue-Sat “lam—5.30pm. Stiti 2 5.30pm.

Ken Currie Until 28 August. ()ne of Glasgow 's young painters shows new work. Pessimistic scenes of the other side of Culture City. Apart from the l listory Mural at the People's Palace which isa permanent fixture. this is Currie's first major solo show in Scotland. Recommended.

Our Lives Until 28 Aug. Poernsand drawings by young people in Strathclyde. Sean Hudson Until 28 August. Voices from the Spanish (‘ivil War. Photographs evoking the courage and humanity of sixteen Scottiin veterans of the Spanish Civil War. A Crawford Centre. St Andrewsexhibition.

I TRANSMISSION GALLERY l3 Chisholm Street. 552 4813. Mon—Sat noon—6pm.

An Unconventional Concern Aug 23-27 at noon and 6pm each day. A performance by litian Sutherland.

l62h7l8Restricted Movement 30 Aug-3 Sept at noon and 6pm each day. A performance by Iiuan Sutherland.

I WASPS 26 King Street. 552 0564. Mon-Fri l(lam—5pm. A newshop. exhibition space and resource centre with information on work by all WASPS artists. Slide library and information about how to commission work. Edinburgh WASPS Throughout August and September. A changing selection ofwork by artists exhibiting at the Patriothall Studios in Iidinburgh during the Festival will be transfered to the Glasgow WASPS and shown over the next couple ofmonths.

l he LIST 2n Aug— 1 Sept 19885