ART & EXHIBITIONS LIST
Friday 10 - Saturday 11
I Aw Ayr Racecourse. 2 Whitletts Road. Ayr. Club £8. Eglinton £5. First races around 1pm. National Hunt meeting.
I Edinburgh Musselburgh Racecourse. MUssclburgh. Club £7. Paddock £3.50. National Hunt meeting. first race around 1pm.
ICE HOCKEY Saturday11
I Fife Flyers v Whitley Bay Warriors Kirkcaldy Ice Rink. Kirkcaldy. 7.15pm.
I Ayr Bruins v Streatham Redskins Ayr Ice Rink. Limekilns Road. Ayr. 7.15pm.
I Fife Flyers v Nottingham Panthers Kirkealdy Ice Rink. Kirkcaldy. 7.15pm.
I Ayr Bruins v Fife Flyers Ayr Ice Rink. Limekilns Road. Ayr. 7.15pm.
I Murrayfleld Racers v Streatham Redskins Murrayfield Ice Rink. Riversdale Crescent. Edinburgh. 6.30pm.
INDOOR BOWLS Saturday 11
I Women's National Championships West of Scotland Indoor Bowling Club. Shawfield Stadium. Rutherglcn Road. Glasgow. From 9.30am. Singles. pairs. triples and fours all take place today. The finals are scheduled to begin around 2pm.
NETBALL Saturday 11
I Scotland I! England John Wright Sports Centre. Calderwood Road. East Kilbride. Doors open 12.30pm. The Under 18 match begins at 1.20pm. and after a short interval the Under 21 fixture will follow at around 3pm.
RUGBY Saturday 11
MCEWAN'S LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
I Edinburgh Acads v Boroughmuir Raeburn Place. Edinburgh. 3pm. Both teams have an outside chance of the league championship; a draw would be useless for either. but their superior experience and tactical acumen should see the visitors record a narrow victory.
I Heriots v Glasgow High/Kelvinside Goldenacre. Bangholm Terrace. Edinburgh. 3pm. Heriots too. despite their defeat by Boroughmuir in late January. could still win the league. while GHK could still be relegated. A home win is more than likely.
I Watsonians v Jediorest Myreside. Myreside Road. Edinburgh. 3pm.
I West of Scotland v Glasgow Acads Burnbrae. Glasgow Road. Milngavie. 3pm. West are currently one point ahead ofthe Accies. so this is a crucial game in the struggle to avoid accompanying Watsonians down to Division Two. McEWAN'S LEAGUE DIVISION TWO
I Currie v Musselburgh Malleny Park. Balerno. Edinburgh. 3pm. Both teams are near the top ofthe league. but Stirling County and Gala can both clinch promotion by taking one point each today from their respective fixtures.
I Ounierrnline v Langholm McKane Park. Nethertown Broad Street. Dunfermline. 3pm.
I Kllmarnoclt v Hilihead/Jordanhill Bellsland. Queens Drive. Kilmarnock. 3pm.
I Portobello v Howe of Fife Cavalry Park. Duddingston Road West. Edinburgh. 3pm. A win against the bottom club would finally free Portobelio of their relegation
I Preston Lodge v Edinburgh Wanderers Pennypit Park. Rope Walk. Prestonpans. 3pm.
I Boroughmuirv Currie Meggetland. Colinton Road. Edinburgh. 3pm.
I Corstorphine v East Kilbride Union Park. Carricknowe Parkway. Edinburgh. 3pm. I Ouniermline v Haddington McKane Park. Nethertown Broad Street. Dunfermline. 3pm.
I Edinburgh Acads v Portobello Raeburn Place. Edinburgh. 3pm.
I Glasgow High/Kelvinside v Aerid Anniesland. Crow Road. Glasgow. 3pm. I Kilmarnock v Aspatria Bellsland. Queens Drive. Kilmarnock. 3pm.
I Musselburgh v Jedforest Stoneyhill. Edinburgh. 3pm.
I Preston Lodge v Clarkston Pennypit Park. Rope Walk. Prestonpans. 3pm.
I Stewarts Melville v Watsonians Inverleith. Ferry Road. Edinburgh. 3pm.
I Indoor Pistol Shooting Championships Meadowbank Sports Centre. London Road. Edinburgh. From 9.30am.
I Scottish Club Team Championships Bellshill Swimming Baths. Bellshill. 12.30pm.
Friday 10 -Sunday 12
I The Scottish Student Trampoline Open Championships The Pollock Sports Centre. 46 Pleasance. Edinburgh. Friday 7— 9.30pm; Sat llam— 5pm; Sun 11am —3pm. The largest student event of its kind in Britain will include around two hundred competitors from Scottish. Irish, English and other European university clubs. Friday evening is given over to registration and warm-ups. Saturday sees the start of the competition proper with the individual and team events. while the synchronised competition takes place on Sunday.
VOLLEYBALL Saturday 11
WOMEN'S FIRST DIVISION
I Provincial Insurance v Strathkelvin Telford College. Crewe Toll. Edinburgh. The starting times for this and the other matches below have yet to be finalised. Phone the Scottish Volleyball Association on 225 7311 for updated information.
I Wheatsheaf Jets v Oeloitte Hazlehead Firrhill High School. Oxgangs Road North. Edinburgh.
MEN'S FIRST DIVISION
I Klnleith Plant v Team Novasport DV Telford College. Crewe Toll. Edinburgh. I Elliott Sports Jets v Bon Accord Firrhill High School. Oxgangs Road North. Edinburgh.
WOMEN'S FIRST DIVISION
I Team Scottish Farm v lier Columba Sports Centre. School Street. Whifﬂet. Coatbridge.
I Inverclyde v Wheatsheaf Jets Greenock Sports Centre. Nelson Street. Greenock. MEN'S FIRST DIVISION
I So Ragazzi v Kinlelth Plant St Ninians High School. Rouken Glen Road. Eastwood. Glasgow.
I Team Novasport OV v Bellshill Cardinals Hamilton Grammar School. Auchincampbell Road. Hamilton.
I Team Scottish Farm v Elliott Sports Jets Columba Sports Centre. School Street. Whifﬂct. Coatbridge.
I Art is listed by city first then byvenue. running in alphabetical order. Please send details to Alice Bain not later than 10 days before publication date.
I ANNAN GALLERY 130 West Campbell Street. 221 5087/8. Mon—Fri 9am-5pm; Sat 9.30am-12.30pm.
General exhibition of regular artists.
I ART GALLERY G MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE 357 3929. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2-5pm. Cafe. [D] Voluntary guides are available free of charge to conduct parties or individuals round the main galleries. Contact the enquiry desk.
The Art of SW. llayter Until 26 Feb. Major retrospective by a big name in 20th century printmaking. Something ofa scientist. Hayter developed new techniques in the colour etching and engraving ﬁelds which revitalised the print medium. Also well-known as a teacher (he had a studio in Paris and after the warin New York) Hayter was to introduce his new techniques to artists like Picasso. dc Kooning. Pollock and Rothko. This complete survey is touring the country following Hayter's death in 1988.
Lalng’s Painting Competition 20 Feb—12
TH RAR r PAINTING
Compass Gallery, Glasgow There is a strange mixture of innocence and experience at the Compass Gallery this month. James Gibson, an artist who took up painting with a degree in Art History and several years as an English teacher behind him, blends elements of the naive which artists like Beryl Cook use to such effect with an awareness of academic form and painterly technique. If is an uneasy alliance and his best are those which still lean towards his earlier, simpler style of large faces and enigmatic poses.
Still lifes and landscapes in this
Mar. Award winners of the Scottish section.
I BARCLAY LENNIE FINE ART 203 Bath Street. 226 5413. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am—1pm.
Stock for February.
I OLYTRSWOOO GALLERY 161 West George Street. 226 5529. Mon—Fri 10am—5.30pm; Sat 10am-Ipm.
19th and 20th century Scottish painting.
I DURRELL COLLECTION Pollokshaws Road. 649 7151. Mon—Sat i0am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Rest. [D]
A wealth of treasure collected by Edwardian tycoon William Burrell.
I COLLINS GALLERY University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400ext 2682/2416. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 12—4pm.
Prints and Drawings of the WelmarRepubllc Until 11 Feb. It has been a popularshow everywhere else and it has certainly been no different in Glasgow. Glasgow painting has recently been dipped in the inspiration of such artists as appear in this exhibition— Max Beckmann. Otto Dix. George Grosz and K‘the Kollwitz. Make sure you visit this one. A well-illustrated catalogue is
exhibition have little impact. Much of the figurative work, suggesting as does the influence of masters like Picasso and Spencer, as well as Scottish artists like Stephen Campbell and Neil MacPherson, does not reach the mark. Others are perky and attractive (like the little dog in Dog and houses) but slight. it seems Gibson is still selecting from a whole spectrum of choice and influence In search of new developments. Saxophonist at Harbour, one of the larger oils, is closest to reaching that goal. The man in pebbly blue has curiously puckered lips and the ship's flag behind blows In the breeze. Music lies at the bottom of the mystery here. (Alice 8aln)
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