ART & EXHIBITIONS LIST
Tannadice Street. Dundee. 3pm.
I Ilibs V Celtic Easter Road Stadium. Albion Road. Iidinburgh. 3pm.
I Motherwell vaerdeen Fir Park. Motherwell (all Motherwell buses pass ground). 3pm.
I Rangers v Dundee lbrox Stadittm. Glasgow (2 mins Ibrox underground). 3pm.
I St Mirren V Hamilton Love Street. Paisley (5 mins from Gilmour Street station).
I Airdrie v Dunlermline Broomfield. Airdrie (5 mins Airdrie station). 3pm. Scotland's match of the day . as no Premier fixture really grips the imagination. This could be Airdric's last chance toconfirm the seriousness of their promotion hopes.
I Clyde v Meadowbank Thistle Firhill.
Iiirhill Road. Glasgow. 3pm.
I Clydebank v Partick Thistle Kilbowie Park. Clydebank (2 mins from Singer station I. 3pm.
I Kilmarnock v Forlar Rugby Park. Kilmarnock ( 10 mins from bus station). 3pm.
I Raith Rovers v Morton Stark‘s Park. Pratt Street. Kirkcaldy 3pm.
I Stirling Albion v Dumbarton Annfield. Stirlingl 10 mins from stations). 3pm.
Sunday 22 — Monday 23
I Tennents Sixes Scottish Iixhibition and Conference Centre. l-‘innieston. Glasgow. Sttn 2 5pm and '7 10pm;.\1on
(1.45 10.30pm. The ten Premier League teams are split into two groups. the top two in each qualifying for the semi-finals. 'I‘he openittg session on Sunday secs holders Dundee joined by Aberdeen. Celtic. St Mirren and Hamilton. Group 2-— Dundec 1 'td. Ilibs. Rangers. Heartsand Motherw ell -- begins on Sttnday evening. Monday is finals night. with the conclusion of the groups being followed by the semi-finals and finals. as well as which there is a special challenge match.detai1s of which have yet to be divttlged. Tickets. priced £4.50 adults and £2.50children for each Sunday session. with a 50p increase for Monday . are available from Scotball Travel and Leisure. 5 Park Gardens. and 'I'ennent ( ‘aledonian Breweries. 110 Bath Street. both Glasgow. There is also a group discount ticket offer available only by post from Proscot Services. MiGordon Street. Glasgow: phone 041 221 NW) for details.
HOCKEY Saturday 21—Sunday 22
I Women's Indoor Home Countries Tournament Kelvin Hall. Argyle Street. Glasgow.
I Edinburgh Musselburgh Racecourse. Musselburgh. Club £7: Paddock £3.50. National Ilunt meeting. first race around Iptn.
I Edinburgh Musselburgh RaceCourse. Musselburgh. Club £7; Paddock £3.50. National 1 Iunt meeting. first race at 1pm approximately.
ICE HOCKEY Saturday 14
I Ayr Bruins v Tayside Tigers Ayr Ice Rink. Limekilns Road. Ayr (0292 263024). 7.15pm.
I Murraytield Racers v File FIyers Murrayfield Ice Rink. Riversdale Crescent. Edinburgh. 6.30pm.
I Ayr Bruins v Whitley Bay Warriors Ayr Icc
Rink. Limekilns Road. Ayr (0292 26302-1). 7.15pm.
I File Flyers v Peterborough Pirates Kirkcaldy Ice Rink. Kirkcaldy. 7.15pm.
RUGBY Saturday 14
MCEWAN'S LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
I Edinburgh Acads v West at Scotland Raeburn Place. Iidinburgh. 2pm.
I Glasgow Acads v Melrose New .-'\nniesland. Helensburgh Drive. Glasgow. 2pm.
I Glasgow High/Kelvinside v Boroughmuir ()ld Anniesland. Crow Road. Glasgow. 2pm.
I Heriots v Ayr Goldenacre. Bangholm 'I'errace. lidinburgh. 2pm.
I Watsonians v Stewarts Melville .‘ytyreside. .‘yty'reside Road. Edinburgh. 2pm.
MCEWAN'S LEAGUE DIVISION TWO
I Currie .‘ylalleny Park. Balerno. lidinburgh. 2pm.
I Hillhead/Jordanhill Ilughcndcn. Ilughcndcn Road. Glasgow. 2pm.
I Portobello Cavalry Park. Duddingston Road West. Iidinburgh. 2pm.
I Preston Lodge Pcnnypit Park. Rope Walk. Prestonpans. 2pm.
I Boroughmuirv Crawshays Welsh .‘yleggctland. Colinton Road. Iidinburgh. Iivening kick-off.
FIVE NATIONS CHAMPIONSHIP
I Scotland v Wales Murray-field. Iidinburgh. 2pm. See panel.
I Ayrv Glasgow Acads Millbrne. Alloway‘. 2.30pm.
I Currie V Reriots Malleny Park. Balerno. Iidinburgh. 2.30pm.
I Edinburgh Acads v Stirling County Raeburn Place. Iidinburgh. 2.30pm.
I Glasgow High/Kelvinside v Greenock Wanderers ()ld A nniesland. Crow Road. Glasgow. 2.30pm.
I Kilmarnock v Clarkston Bellsland. Queens Drive. Kilmarnock. 2.30pm.
I Porlobello V Hawick YM Cavalry Park. Duddingston Road West. Iidinburgh. 2.30pm.
I Stewans Melville v Melrose lnverleith. Ferry Road. Iidinburgh. 2.30pm.
I Watsonians v Corstorphine Myreside. Myreside Road. Iidinburgh. Morning kick-off.
5mm— Friday 13-Sunday 15
I Scottish Brewers Ouaich CoIinton Castle Sports Club. Katesmill Road. Iidinburgh. Frio— 10pm; Sat l0am-- 8pm; Sun i0am~ (ipm. The only team competition in the country. to which all league clubs have been invited to send teams of four for the men's event and three for the women's.
VOLLEYBALL Saturday 14
WOMEN'S FIRST DIVISION
I Team Scottish Farm v Deloitte Hazlehead Columba Sports Centre. SchooIStreet. Coatbridge.'1‘he starting times for this and the other matches below have yet to be finalised. Phone the Scottish Volleyball Association on 031 225 7311 for further information.
WOMEN'S FIRST DIVISION
I Provincial Insurance v WheatshealJets Telford College. Crewe Toll. Edinburgh. MEN'S FIRST DIVISION
I Kinleith Plantv Team Krystal Klear Telford College. Crewe Toll. Edinburgh. I Elliott Sports Jets vTeam File Firrhill High School. Oxgangs Road North. Edinburgh.
I Art is listed by city first then byvenue. running in alphabetical order. Please send details to Alice Bain not laterthan 1Ddays before publication date.
I ANNAN GALLERY 130 West Campbell Street. 221 50S7 S. .\1on l‘t'iuam 5pm; Sat‘).30am 12.30pm.
General eyhibition oi regularartists.
I ART GALLERY & MUSEUM. KELVINGROVE .35".3‘)2‘). .\1on Sat 10am 5pm;Sun
2 5pm. Cale. |D| Voluntary guidesarc available free ol charge to conduct parties or inI\ iduals round the main galleries. Contact the enquiry desk.
The Art olS.W. Hayter t 'ntil In ten. .‘ytainr retrospectiy e by a big name in 20th century printmaking. Somethingol a scientist. llay ter developed new techniques in the colour etching and engraving fields w hich revitalised the print medium. Also w ell-know n as a teachcrthe ltad a studio in Paris and alter the warin New York) Ilay ter w as to introduce his new techniques to artists like Picasso. dc Kooning. Pollock and Rothko. This complete survey istouring the country following I lay ter's recent death in [USS Arundel Society Prints 1 ‘mil mid .Ian.
I BARCLAY LENNIE FINE ART 203 Bath Street. 22o 5413. Mon Fri 10am 5pm;Sat 10am- 1pm.
[/‘yl/ /(‘ Ur). l 3 The Undevout Girl Praying by Karl Hubbuch
The Collins Gallery, Glasgow take a look back at Germany in the Twenties when life was a cabaret but you needed a wheelbarrow to carry round your cash. During that time artists produced tough works at art which now vividly recollect the mood of that turbulent time. This exhibition (which comes to Glasgow with a little help from the. Goethe lnstitut, Glasgow), shows over 60 prints and drawings by artists like Grosz, Kollwltz and Beckmann. Recommended for January viewing. (A8)
I BLYTHSWOOD GALLERY to] West George Street. 22b 553‘). Mon-Hi
10am 5.30pszat 10am~1pm.
19th and 20th century Scottiin painting. I THE BURRELL COLLECTION Pollokshaws Road. (i4‘) 715 I. .\1on- Sat 10am—5pm: Sun 25pm. Rest. [D]
The Glory of the Page t'ntii l5.lan. illuminated manuscripts from the l'niyersity ofGlasgow.
Public Seminar 14 .Ian. llam— 4.30pm. £3 (£1). 'l‘alks include lireneh illumination in the 15th century. Scribes and illuminators at work and the Illustrations of Boethitts. I COLLINS GALLERY 1 'niversity of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400ext 30s: 241(i..\1on l-‘ri l0am—5pm: Sat 12 4pm.
Prints and Drawings of the WeimarRepublic 12.1an l 1 Feb. It hasbeen a popularshow every where else and it will certainly be no different in Glasgow. Glasgow painting has recently been dipped in the inspiration of such artists as appear in this exhibition— Max Beckrnann. ()tto Dix. George Grosz and Kathe Kollowitz..\1ake sure you visit this one. A well-illustrated catalogue is available for Lo.
I COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street. 221 (i370. Mona-Sat 10am—-5.30pm. Christmas Exhibition t'ntil end .lan. The Compass is famed for its Christmas show which is as mixed and fun a btmch as you could get. Paintings. jewellery. ceramics. glass and sculpture fill the gallery.
I CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 148 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon—Fri 9.30am-5.30pm; Sat 9.30am-—12.30pm. Winter Collection t'ntil end Jan. A selection of fine art by Redpatb. Mc'Iaggart. Colquhoun. Spencer.
I EWAN MUNDY FINE ART 48 West George Street. 331 240i». Mon~Sat l0am—5.3()pm. 20th century British paintings including Glasgow School and Scottish ('olourists. Prints and drawings front our London exhibition.
I FINE ART SOCIETY 13-1 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon Fri
9.30am 5.30pm; Sat 10am 1pm.
19th and 20th century paintings throughout January.
I GATEHOUSE GALLERY Rouken Glen Road (gallery at entrance to Butterfly Kingdom). (1200235. Daily 1 I .30—5.30pm; Closed'l‘ue.
Alghan Collection loJan—5 Feb. Guri Le Riche brings her collection ofAfghan weavings. carpets and artefacts. All the work is for sale. A colourful showing for post-Christmas gallery goers.
I GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington Street. 221 4526. Mon-<15ri 10am—8pm;Sat Ill—3pm.
I GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO 22 King Street. 5520704. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.
Garten and Co. 16—281an. Movingaway from the contemporary art scene. the
Print Studio show older prints from one of London‘s best-known print dealers (previously Garten and Cook).
I HAGGS CASTLE 100 St Andrews Drive. Mon—Sat l0am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Glasgow‘s museum for children. The Desperate Journey Until April. The story of a Highland family. evicted from
40 The List 13 — 26 January