AGlimpse in Time Until 28 March. Interior images in watercolour. acrylic. oil pastel. crayon and pencil on handmade paper by Marie Wright whose interiors include Mclrose Abbey. Also silk screen prints.

I STILLS GALLERY 105 l liin Street. 557

1140. Tuc-~-Sat l lam-- 5.30pm.

The Mind Until 25 Mar. Photographic exhibition tracing the history ofmental illness and mental handicap.

Seminar: State of Mind Thurs 2 I March. 2-5pm. Places £5 (£2.50). A discussion of the representation of mental illness and mental handicap aimed at both individuals and representiyes of organisations involved in mental health. social work. education and the arts.

I TALBOT RICE ART GALLERY ()ld ('ollege. University of Edinburgh. South Bridge. 6671011. Mon-Sat ltlztnt--5prri.

Closed for redecoration until 1 April. ITHEATRE WORKSHOP 34 l Iamilton Place, 226 5425.

Dogs Blood iiising Until 30 Mar. Lawrence Nowosad. A ('(7'I‘magazine photographer in his first major exhibition.

I TORRANCE GALLERY 29b Dundas Street. 5566366. Mon Fri I lam -()pm: Sat 10.3(lam~4pm. Architects in Watercolour Until 11 Mar. Sandy Bell. Ilaswell Smith. John Walker. Richard Jaqucs. John Boak and others. Recent Oil Paintings Work by .I an Tait and 8.0. Thomas.

I 359 GALLERY 20‘) (‘ow-gztte. 325 3013. Mon—Sat l().3()am—5.3(lpm. 10th British lntemational Print Biennaie Until 25 Mar. This is the first time 369 has had a major print exhibition. A Bradford touring show. the selection from thisopen submission includes work by British and Australian artists —- Bruce Maclean. Peter Howson.John Bellany and (‘onrad Atkinson.

Prints by 369 Gallery artists Limit 25 Mar. An in-house get-together to join in the print theme. Mixed show at Scottish painting Until 25 Mar.

I WAVERLEY TAYLOR GALLERY 5-1 Constitution Street. 553 45.1!» l'tte Sat 11am—6pm.

This Leith-based space is new to the Edinburgh gallery scene this year. Victoria Bernie and Joanne Milne t'ntil 15 Mar. Work by two young lidinburgh printmakers Who share a studio and all interest in abstract images.

Visible Traces Works on paper by Iona A.I7.. Montgomery a painter and printrnaker who is based in the l)ot'ehlll WASI’S Studios in ( ilasgow


A selection at exhibitions outside Glasgow and Edinburgh.

East Kilbride

I CALOERGLEN VISITOR CENTRE GALLERY (‘alderglen Park. Iiast Kilbride. Installation I l and I.) March. hast Kilbridc'sfirst ever gallery is currently open only at weekc nds. but is ploy lng very popular nonetheless. Ihis installation is presented by Isobel Ballatttyrtc arid Richard Price and includes eel antics. paintings and sculpture.

Wood Carvrngs S and iv .\1itlL‘I‘t..Illli Barclay has been a key tigtrrc in promoting art in Iiast Kilbride for over twenty years and here he is presenting a selection ol his large wood carvings and sculpture. There will also be drawings by Robert .lenkins (III display.


. GALLERY .1 Miles North ()I Jedburgh. (08353) 34”. ('loscd Al'ttes‘days. James Robertson 1 ’ntil 3’ Match. lllglily rated painter who has recently become a Royal Acaderniclan and w ho is a senior ICCIUTCT iii (iIiisgttw School of x\l'l. I ll‘ imaginative work featured in this exhibition includes landscapes. sttll lites and seascapes.


Set back all the road in its own attractive garden towards the loot oi the Royal Mile is the Scottish Craft Centre, this year celebrating its lortieth birthday. in honour oi the occasion, Mary Smith, the Centre's Exhibitions Organiser, has put together a show which after a stay in Edinburgh (irom 18 March) is set to go out on tour across Scotland the Centre's iirst such venture tor quite a while.

Called appropriately Travelling Time, the exhibition brings together the work oi about halt the Centre's 300 members and includes everything irom sculpture, pottery and jewellery to knitwear. Keeping broadly to the theme oi time, the artists have produced a spectrum oi materials and ideas that give a clear indication oi the health oi contemporary crait in Scotland. A clock set in a shaped piece at wood with two legs attached is called Time Runs Out; a set at tour brooches detail a landscape in Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer; a large stone block teatures a living creature alongside its iossiiized ancestor; a jacket is illustrated with a sundiat and comes complete with its own Greek translation; and there is a muitl-coloured gown designed to turn 30'? than a couple oi heads at a Spring

3 .

With such a gamut ot iorm and style,

Mary Smith‘s loremost problem will be to displaythe ditterent pieces to their best advantage (a problem she expects to avoid in the planned exhibition tor this year‘s Edinburgh Festival ior which theiheme is simply ‘Biack'), but the sheer variety oi approach to the same basic idea promises to be one oi the exhibition’s key strengths. And hopeiully as it journeys to Cleveland. Aberdeen and Kirkcaldy as well as other uncontirmed Scottish venues, the show will draw more attention to the Craft Centre, otwhich it often seems more use is made by tourists than by locals. Alter ioriy years supporting the best in Scottish crait it would be nice it the Centre was more widely appreciated.

(Mark Fisher)


Paintings, collages & prints by thefirst artist- in-residence at the Gallery of Modern Art



‘Until 19 March. Bell‘ord Road. Edinburgh. Open Monday" . " to Saturday 10am-5pm & Su

nday 2-5pm. Admission free.

rnteor RICE ' mum

University of Edinburgh, Old College, South Bridge. Tel: 031 667 1011 ext 4308

1April— 1 3 May ’Nullius in Verba’



In Association with the Edinburgh Festival of Science & Technology With the support of The Henry Moore Foundation

Mon—Sat 10am—5pm

Admission Free

Subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council

25 February 25 March




A Seminar on The Representation of

ntai Illness' and ‘Mental Handicap’

Tuesday 21 March, Stills Gallery, 2—5pm

105 High Street, Edinburgh, 031 557 1 140 Gallery: Tu+Sat 1 1 am—5. 30pm. Admission Free.

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Subs'rdrs't-t! by the Scottish Arts (TOrrntztl

94 George Street Edinburgh 03l 225 5955

Mon—Fri 10am—6pm Sat llIam—l pm






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