rSunealist Tendencies 3 Nov—7 Jan 1991. Works by over 20 Scottish artists. none of whom would call themselves Surrealists. but who have been influenced indifferent wavs bv the movement.

I eirn'cs INSTITUTE s40 Govan Road. 445 I941. Mon—Sat 9am—9pm.

Grineas Nan Eilean 1990 Until 31 Oct.The annual open exhibition ofartists from the Western Isles. brought to Glasgow from Stornoway.

Deilch I 'ntil 6 Nov. Paintings. sculpture and photography by David I Iutchison.

I POLLOK HOUSE 2060 Pollokshaws Road. 632 0274. Mon—Sat 10am—‘5pm: Sun noon~~6pmz open until 10pm Wed.

The Enid Goldblatt Collection Until 31 Jan 1991. A selection. on loan from the Bowes Museum in Durham. ofaround l00pieces from the collection of 18th century continental porcelain amassed by Glasgow-born Iinid Goldblatt. The exhibition includes unusual examples from Meissen and other famous factories. as well as rare documentary pieces from lesser-knoown manufacturers. and is part ofthe Festival ofJewish Culture.

I THE ROWAN GALLERY 36. Main Street. Drymen . 0360 60996. Mon—Sun 10am—5pm.

Scottish Wildlife I'ntil 28 Oct. Original commissioned paintings and ceramics featuring Scottish wildlife.

Mixed Exhibition 1—30 Nov. Paintings. ceramics and glass by contemporary Scottish artists.

I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND DRAMA I00 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. Mon— Sat l0am-«5pm: open until 8pm on performance dates.

Flux L'ntil 17 Nov. An exhibition bythe Glasgow Fine Metals Group. nine designcr-metalworkers who aim to promote original contemporary work in the fields ofsilversmithing. jewellery and fine metalwork. All the artists work mainly to commission. so this is a rare chance to see the broad scope oftheir output and materials. from blacksmithing to enamel work. from precious metals and stones to copper. brass and aluminium.

I ST MUNGD'S CATHEDRAL I ligh Street. Mon-Sat 9.3(lam—7pm; Sun 2pm—7pm. Cathedral Skyline: Necropolis Until 31 Oct. Golfhill Primary School‘s contribution to Glasgow 1990. assisted by Julie Brook. Pupils‘ drawings of views from the Necropolis. as well as larger pieces where groups of children worked with charcoal filling in outlines of the whole panorama. I THE SHELTER GALLERY Renfrew Court. 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 mam—4.30pm: Sun 2—5pm.

You Must Remember This: The Story of Springburn's Cinemas Until 30 Oct. A nostalgic look at the old days of the silver screen: The Coffin. The Three-Nineteen. The Oxford. The Kinema and others are featured.


Up Oor Close, Roon Oor Back Until early 1991 . Jean Faley emigrated with her family to America in the 40s when she was

. sixteen. Having returned. she has helped the museum re-create the room and

kitchen in Gourlay Street where she grew

up. More than a reconstruction. the

exhibition is a theatrical evocation oftime

and place. using period furniture. sound

effects and music as recalled by Faley. Glaswegians by Glaswegians 2—29 Nov. Pictures showing how Glaswegians see themselves. taken from the massive Cranhill Arts Centre photography project.

I STIRLING’S LIBRARY Royal Exchange Square. 331 2668. MonTue 10am—5pm‘. Thurs Ill-8pm: Fri Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2--5pm.

Glasgow City of Architecture Until 30 Nov. Models. artefacts. trail-maps and videos trace the city‘s architectural riches.

I STREET LEVEL 279—281 High Street. 552 2151. Wed—Sat 11am—6pm; Sun 2—4pm. The Three Twins Until 28 Oct. Photographs of Glasgow‘s three twin cities— Nurenberg. Rostov-on-Don and Turin by three Glasgow-based photographers. along with images of Glasgow by photographers from the three cities. The works combine a cross-cultural view with different personal visions. and are linked by their attempts to comment on an unfamiliar environment.

Desert Canto VI: The PR 3 Nov—2 Dec. The latest in the ‘Desert Cantos' series by American Richard Misrach exploresthc relationship between humans and the desert. The current subject is the burial sites in Nevada for livestock which die suddenly. in large numbers. due to— Misrach believes contamination of the groundwater by nuclear testing. Large colour photographs juxtapose dead and decomposing animals with the stunning desert landscapes and skies. aiming to attract and repel the viewer and invite a critique on the American dream of limitless technological development. From Dunoon to Coney Island 3 Nov—2 Dec. An installation by Michel Naismith. inCorporating photographs and Super-8 film. taken in seaside resorts in Scotland and America. The emphasis is on time‘s passage rather than the specific location. and the implicit rather than actual human presence adds a sense of loss to the images.

I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521 . Tue—Sat l0am—5.30pm; Sun 2—5.3()pm.

TSWA Four Cities Project Until 28 Get. A major project involving artists from all over the world. Challenged to create artworks outwith the familiar atmosphere ofan art gallery. artists are also mounting works in Newcastle. Plymouth and I)crrv. Contact the Third Eye Centre for ' locations of the seven Glasgow artworks. Sell-Conscious States 27 Oct—2 Dec. An installation by five young Glasgow artists. specifically created for Glasgow 1990. The five use the gallery space as a small-scale

model for a larger ‘self-conscious state‘— meaning a physical and psychological locality.

I TRAMWAY Albert Drive. 423 9527. Daily 10am—10pm.

Temperamenti Until 18 Nov. A major exhibition often contemporary artists from the north of Italy. featuring some of the most influential names in modern sculpture. including large-scale works specially selected for the Tramway space. Hong Song Dam: Woodblock Prints 6 Nov—2 Dec. The exhibition transferred. with some additional material. from the Mitchell Library. Vivid woodcuts by the South Korean artist. who was sentenced In seven years' imprisonment earlier this year for sending slides of his work to North Korea. In association with Amnesty International‘s Art For Liberty campaign. I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 28 King Street. 552 4813. Mon—Sat noon—6pm.

Four Norwegian Artists 3—24 Nov. The return leg of the Transmission‘s current exchange programme five Glasgow artists have already visited and exhibited in Norway. Exhibits include large-scale photographic pieces. and sculptural pieces involving flour.

I TRON THEATRE BAR Tron Theatre. 63 Trongate. information 227 5556. Tue—Sat noon—midnight.

Letterto Van Gogh From Hell 5—30 Nov. Oil paintings. drawings and writings by Saad. an Iraqi artist. once a political detainee. now a refugee in Glasgow. The work. depicting Saad‘s experience as a political prisoner. is both moving and harrowing. Organised by Amnesty International.

I WASPS 26 King Street. 5520564. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm: Sat 10.30am—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.

We Dream As We Live-Alone Until 290a. Recent paintings by WASP artist Annette Edgar. who uses colour. texture and fluid paintwork to convey feelings about the figure. landscape and the sea in related. semi-abstract compositions.

Jude Burkhauser 2—28 Nov. Original textile and mosaic designs. as well as preparatory research material for the acclaimed ‘Glasgow Girls' exhibition at the Art Gallery. Kclvingrove.

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


I ADAM HOUSE Chambers Street. information 447 4434. Tue—Fri 10.30am—9pm; Sat 10.30am—5.30pm.

Art Exhibition and Sale (>— 10 Nov. Also including jewellery and crafts. this is the twenty-third exhibition and sale in aid of the Cancer Research Campaign. aimingto give local artists a launching pad as well as raising money for a good cause. With around 2000 pictures on show. the

organisers are hoping to beat last year‘s total of£25.000.

I THE ASH GALLERY 156 Canongate. 556 2160. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.

Gallery closed at present.

I BARNES & FITZGERALD 47b George Street. 220 1305. Mon—Sat 10.30am—5.30pm.

Free-Blown Studio Glass Until 3 Nov. Works by three established glass artists: Peter Layton‘s asymmetrical shapes. inspired by ‘inveterate beachcombing' . Carin von Drehle‘s layered cased forms. and Steve Jackson‘s clear and coloured big bold dishes.

Mixed Exhibition 5—3() Nov. Contemporary studio glass by artists resident in Britain. contemporary jewellery. and paintings by local artists.

I LA BELLE ANGELE I Iasties Close. Cowgate (next to 36‘) Gallery). 225 2774. Tue—Sat 8am—5pm. Cafe now open during gallery hours.

The Environmental Mural Until 31 Oct. Emphasising the beauty of Edinburgh and its surrounding countryside. the mural illustrates the problems we may face if environmental damage is not halted. Mixed Show Until 26 Oct. Watercolours. oils. photography and sculpture by Scottish Colourists and local artists.

I BLUE MOON CAFE 60 Broughton Street. 556 2788. Mon—Sat l2—7pm.

Stephen Fairclough Until 26 Oct. Exhibition by Edinburgh-based photographer.

Ted Stagg Until 30 Nov. Island landscapes in acrylics by this Shetland artist.

I BOURNE FINE ART 4 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat

10am— 1 pm.

General exhibition of Scottish paintings. 1800—1950.

I BRUNTON THEATRE FDYER Brunton Ilall. Mussclburgh. 665 371 l. Mon—Sat 2—8 m.

Tim Curtis and Keith Davidson Until 24 Nov. A photo-document by two local photographers recording the collaboration between Craigmillar Youth Theatre and the Oxford College Players during the 1989 Edinburgh Fringe.

I BYZANTIUM GALLERY Victoria Street. 225 1768/9. Mon—Sat Ilium—5.30pm. Shirley Girdwood Until 17 Dec. Recent paintings and drawings.

Marie Barbour Until 17 Dec. Recent woodcuts.

I CALTDN GALLERY 10 Royal Terrace. 556 1010. Mon-Fri Illain-hpm; Sat

10am-- 1 pm.

A display of 19th century Scottish paintings. including still-lifes.

watercolou rs and some sculptures.

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

9am— 1pm.

MacGibbon and Ross Until 27 Oct. Domestic and castcllated architecture in Scotland. Scottish Library.

Needlepoint and Ceramics Until 30 Nov. Work by Vicki Forest and Alex McQueen. Fine Art Library.


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