I ROWAN GALLERY 36 Main Street.

Drymen. 0360 60996. Mon-Sun

10am—5pm. Mixed exhibition of paintings.

ceramics and glass by contemporary Scottish artists. Until 30Sept.

I THE SHELTER GALLERY Renfrew ( ‘ourt. 332 6231. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm; Sat 10am—5pm.

Mixed works on display.

I SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Ayr Street. 557 1405. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm. Sat 10am—4.30pm. Sun 2—5pm. Child’s Play?: Growing up in Springburn 1940-1990 Until 23 Sept. Researched and to some extent dictated by local 8— l 2 year-olds. the exhibition traces the changes in a child's life over the past 50 years in Springburn through painting. photography. poetry. sculpture and drawings. You Must Remember This: The Story at Springburn’s Cinemas L'ntit 30 Oct. A nostalgic look at the old days of the golden screen: The Coffin. the Three-Nineteen. the Oxford. the Kinema and others are featured.

I STIRLING LIBRARY Royal Iixchange Square. 331 2668. Mon. Tue 10am—5pm; Thurs 10-8pm;Fri’Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm.

Glasgow City of Architecture limit 31 ()ct. Models. artefacts. trail-maps and videos trace the city‘s architectural riches.

I STREET LEVEL 279—281 Iliin Street. 552 2151. Wed—Sat llani~6pmz Sun 2-4pm. Calum Angus MacKay: 8y Fin. By Wing. By Hoot—Air ite eisg, air sgaith. aircrodhan Until 23 Sept. MacKay uses a camera to record images of the Western Isles arid draws on the area‘s history and folklore without resorting to nostalgia and sentimentality.

Digby Sym: The 90s in a Circle tinti123 Sept. Sym is the second young photographer to benefit from Street Level's Emergent Photographers‘ Scheme. This exhibition. taking Glasgow's buses as its theme. is a ‘celebration of the experience ofpublic transport'. You may not think it an experience worth celebrating. but you should enjoy the photographs.

I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sattchichall Street. 332 7521. Tue-Sat 10am--5.3ttpm; Sun 2-5.30pm.

Thomas Lawson Until 6 ()ct. Paintings arid installations with a critical edge to them by a Glasgow-born artist who has lived iii New York for the last fifteen years.

TSWA Four Cities Project tIntit 28 ( )ct. A very major project involving artists from all over the world. (‘hallcnged tocreate artworks outwith the familiar atmosphere of an art gallery. artists are also mounting works in Newcastle. Plymouth and l)erry. Contact the Third Eye Centre for locations of the seven Glasgow artworks. Dennis Dracup: Transmission 1s; 23 Sept. Described as an enormous ‘hologram' of wire mesh. Transmission is an installation which uses sound and light to invoke the emotional power of theatre.

ITRAMWAY Albert Drive. 423 9527. Daily 10am—10pm.

The Glasgow Mela 20—311 Sept. A celebration of Asian art and culture. the melt: is a market in which the me rchandise consists of food. spices. textiles. jewellery and pottery. In this ntela there will also be performers— jugglers. magicians and escapologists and a large exhibition of artefacts from India and the sub-continent.

I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 28 King Street. 552 4813. Mon—Sat noon—6pm.

KGIIII Piper Until 29 Sept. Piper isa London-based artist whose large-scale video and film installation fills the whole gaHery.

I WASPS 26 King Street. 552 0564. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm.

A shop. exhibition space and resource centre. with information on work by all WASPS artists. slide library. and information about how to commission work.



Tillicoultry Artists [711ti125 Sept. WASPS mark their eight years helping artistswho work in rural set-ups with this show of work by artists who live in and around Stirling.

I WILLIAM HARDIE LTD 141 West Regent Street. 221 6780. Mon-Fri 10am—5pm. Scottish paintings front the gallery's stock.


Vale. 38-40 New (‘ity Road. 332 7377.

Mon Sat noon ~6pm. Women and Food 1 fruit 22 Sept. An exhibition exploring women'soften

i cotnplcx relationship with food. using

3 video. performance. sculpture and E painting. Part ofthe Glasgow Women's

I'iestiy al.

I WOODSIDE LIBRARY 343 Woodside Road. 332 1808. Mori--I:‘ri 10am—8pm.Sat 10am 3pm. (‘losed Wed.

Beyond the Barricades Part of the Sechaba (‘natioii') festival ofcultural resistance to apartheid. Black and white photographs by South African photographers. many taken in the heat and danger ofthe anti-apartheid struggle.


I THE ASH GALLERY 156 (‘aiioiigate. 556 2160. Mon Sat 10am 6pm.

From Barga and Picinisco to Edinburgh via Venice. Florence, Lucca. Areuo. San Gimignano. Drvieto and all those Scottish towns and villages on the road to Meiltleseggie. including South Dueensferry I7ntil 2‘1 Sept. Paintings. drawings and prints from Richard l)emarco. ofcourse. l)emarco compares the architecture of Scotland and Italy and describes in his paintings and drawings his love of man-made spaces. built in harmony with nature

20th Century Icon Series: In Defence of Sensuality 1 'ntil 2‘) Sept. Mixed media pieces from .lane .\lacAIlister whose concern for the human condition leads her

5 to explore the dialectics of physical and

metaphysical. I BARNES 8t FITZGERALD 47b(ieorge Street. 2211 1305 Mon Sat

10.30am 5 30pm.

Raku Works and Monoprints by Berenice

i AICDCIt I hid 2‘) Sept. Alcock's vesselsare

based on fossils and rock formations. while her figurative pieces draw on still life as well as imaginary influences.

i I LA BELLE ANGELE I Iasties Close.

(‘ow gate 1 next to 36‘) Gallery). 225 277-1. Mon ~I’ri 10am 5pm; Sat 11am—4pm. Mixed Show I 'nttl 1 ()ct. Paintings. drawings atid sculpture by local artists.

The Environmental Mural t'nti131 ()ct.

' limphasisitig the beauty of Iidinburghand its surrounding country side. the mural

i illustrates the problems we may face if

environmental damage is not halted. I BLUE MOON CAFE 611 Broughton Street. 556 2788. Mon Sat 12-- 7pm.

Lorna Meiltle: Printed Textiles Limit 14 Sept.

Figures and Fish 15 Sept-4 ()ct. tiller

.lames Stark's mixed media works are

influenced by African and ethnic art.

I BOURNE FINE ART 4 Dundas Street. 557

~1050..\Ion I"ri 10am 76pm; Sat

; 10am 1pm.

(ieneral exhibition of Scottish paintings.

1800 19511.

i I BRUNTDN mums raven Brunton

llall. Sitisselburgh. 665 3711. Mon—Sat 2»8pni.

Faye Banks: Drawings and Paintings Until

20()ct. The first of four exhibitions organised by East Lothian's (‘ommunity

History arid ArtsTrust. Faye Banks is an

Edinburgh (‘ollcgc of Art graduate who lives and works in Musselburgh. here

showing her recent work.

I CALTON GALLERY 10 Royal Terrace. 556 1010. Mon Fri 10am-6pm; Sat

10a rm 1 pm

A display of 19th century Scottish paintings. including still-lifes. watercolours and some sculptures.

I CENTRAL LIBRARY George IV Bridge . 225 5584. Mon—Fri 9am—8pm: Sat 9am—noon.

Capital Architecture: 150 Years of Architecture in Edinburgh Until 9 Oct. To celebrate their jubilee. the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland has organised an exhibition and a series of lectures also at the library with the aim of paying homage to Edinburgh‘s architectural past and addressing some new. controversial issues.

Employment and Mental Health: Potentials. Challenges and Issues Until 14 Sept. Scottish Country Lile Until 29 Sept. Edinburgh at War Until 13 Oct.

UNICEF 18 Sept—15 Oct.

I CITY ART CENTRE 2 Market Street. 225 2424 ext 6650. Mon/Tue/Sat 10am-6pm; Wedi’Thurs/Fri 10am—9pm; Sun 12-6pm. Licensed cafe. [D].

Sweat ofthe Sun: Gold at Peru Until 3(lSept. Pizarro and fellow conqur‘sladores invaded the Inca empire in 1532 and stripped it bare of precious objects and gold revered as having mystical properties by the Incas who described it as ‘the sweat of the sun.’ The Spanish melted down their golden spoils. but thanks to the Incas‘ burial customs. many gold and silver objects. as well as ceramics and beautiful textiles survived. hidden away from the plunderers in elaborate tombs. A joint Peruvian-Scottish venture. the exhibition features surviving treasures from all Peru‘s pre-Hispanic cultures.

I COLLECTIVE GALLERY 166 High Street. 2201260. Wed—Sun 12.30-5.30pm. Contact TWO 15 Sept—7 Oct. Art by students from the Adult Training Centre in Grindlay Court who have been working with three Edinburgh artists

I OEITCH COMPANY lI)—l-’1[.0thian Road. Noon—5pm.

Deitch Artists Throughout Sept. A selection of up-and-coming young Edinburgh-based artists.

I EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place. 22‘) 931 1. Daily 10am-5pm.

Next show First Year Exhibition 1 Oct.

I EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS WORKSHOP AND GALLERY 23 Union Street. 557 2479. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Two Women Printmakers 22 Sept—I3 Oct. Work by Mary Rose O'Neil and Linda Farquharson.

I FILMHOUSE Lothian Road. 228 2688. Mon—Sat noon—1 1pm: Sun 6.30—11pm. Wishing You Well! A Portrait of Great Drmond Street Until 27 Sept. Photographs from the famous children's hospital in London. taken by David Bailey. George Kavanagh and others.

The permanent exhibition of(‘uban screen prints continues in the restaurant and bar.

I FINE ART SOCIETY 137 George Street. 220 6370. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm. Sat 10am—1pm.

Sir David Young Cameron 1865—1945 15 Sept—13()ct. A leading Scottish landscape artist. (‘ameron started his career as a lawyer and later became Ilis Majesty's Painter and Limner for Scotland.

I FLYING COLOURS GALLERY 35 William Street. 225 6776. Tue—Fri 11am—6pm: Sat 10am-1pm.

A Birthday Show Until 28 Sept. Flying (‘olours‘ birthday bash celebrates the last five years with a variety ofwatercolours. pastels and oils.

I THE FRENCH INSTITUTE 13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm: Sat 9.30am—1 .30 pm. No exhibitions until October.

I THE FRUITMARKET GALLERY Market Street. 225 2383. Tue—Sat 10am—5.30pm; Thurs 10am—7pm: Sun noon—5.30pm. Max Ernst: The Sculpture until 23 Sept. Best known for his painting and graphics. Max Ernst (1881—1976) is under-estimated as a sculptor. This exhibition concentrates on his metal pieces. bronze sculptures and gold and silver jewellery.




A Detached Look at Modern Living John R J Taylor

15 September - 13 October

Tuesday-Saturday 1200-530 43 Candlemaker Row, Edinburgh EH1 2QB (031)2201911





1 August to 31 October Monday-Saturday 9.30-17.00 Sunday 14.00-17.00

Admission Free National Library of Scotland George [V Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 lEW. Tel: 031-226 4531.




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