.313?!me misfit— PRESENTS CHILDREN'S HOLIDAY FUN fun and games for free Mon 1 July - Fri 9 Aug (Not Sot/Sun) DUNBAR (Corn Exchange) Mon, Wed, Fri llom - 12.30pm Tue ond Thu 3pm - 4.30pm NORTH BERWICK (The Pavilion)

Tue ond Thu llom 12.30pm Mon, Wed, Fri 3pm - 4.30pm

AQUA FUN TIME at North Berwick Swimming Pool Every Tuesday (2 July - 20 Aug) at 7pm Tickets: Tel. 0620-2083 £1.50 (Full), 75p (Cones)

The Moltings (Berwick) present JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH l and 2 August at 3pm and 7pm at The Brunton Theotre, Musselburgh Tickets: Tel. 031-665 9900 £3.50 (Full), £2.50 (Cones)

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Christopher Friel. untitled. Instruments Of Change. Stills Gallery. Edinburgh

monarchs. politicians. writers and artists— not to mention the footballers and a very fine cafe. to boot.

' I QUEEN'S HALL Clerk Street. Box Office - 668 201‘). Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Cafe.

Artists from Kazan Until Wed 3 Jul. A group show by five artists. working in various media. who have had toovercome tremendous odds just to exhibit outside their home-city. Kazan. let alone outside the Soviet Union.


Blackfriars Church. Blackfriars Street (off I

Iligh Street). 5570707. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.

Pictures for an Exhibition: Works Collected by Brian Montgomery Until Sun 30Jun. A colleCtion formed over the last thirty years by the creator of the London and Los Angeles Art Fairs. including British avant-gardists Keith Milon. Derek .Iarman and John Walker. as well as Americans Frank Stella. Mario Dunsky and others. The exhibition will tour hastern Europe.


3 Living in a Raintorest Until 13 Dec. A Borneo-style forest house reconstructed in 1

the Botanics‘ Exhibition Hall and Vanishing Paradise— photographs taken in the Venezuelan rainforest by George Bernard and Stephen Dalton.

Margaret Meo’s Amazon Until Sun 30Jun. Thirty superb botanical watercolours painted in the Brazilian Amazonia by one of the century's most intrepid artist-travellers.

I ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND Chambers Street. 225 7534. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 2—5pm.

Fish Starts Sat 15 Jun. A daring new expose on our watery neighbours with stunning specimens. video sequences. computers and fancy interactive devices.- Fish have flocked from all over the world to be a part of the exhibition. and have been lovingly prepared for display by the Museum‘s award-winning taxidermist. The museum is running a series ofdrawing workshops for children and adults. for further details. ring the Information Desk on ext. 219.


225 6671. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm: Sun

» 2—5pm.

Row . 552 7171. Mon—Sat Dam-sunset; Sun Cafe. [1)].



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165th Annual Exhibition of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture Until Sat 29Jun. Vibrant display of works by some of Scotland's most talented artists from students to old hands.

I THE SCOTTISH GALLERY 94 George Street. 225 5955. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am—1pm.

Haig’s Venice L'ntil Wed 3 Jul. A painter who. although in his seventies. retainsa lightness oftouch and a conviction that ‘a picture is a picture is a picture‘. Venice is the inspiration behind the 51 bold and colourful oils. watcrcolours and pastels in this exhibition.

Guy Tapiin Until Wed 3 Jul. Taplin uses materials gathered from Britain‘s beaches to make the stands and mounts for his carved birds ~ curlew's. sanderling and Canada geese tributes to a wildness he finds lacking in modern life.

Jane Adam: NewJewellery Until Wed 3Jul. Richly coloured and patterned jewellery. made with anodised aluminium a metal which absorbs certain dyes - and inspired by shells and sea creatures.

Francis Convery: New Paintings Mon b’JuI—3 Aug. Once an engineer. this young artist is wary of his technical background. A perfectionist seeking the imperfect’. his paintings are colourful and flamboyant. but still retain a troublesome. challenging quality.

Sweden by 3: Various Metals Mon b'Jul 3 Aug. Metalwork and jewellery by three

Work by David Kemp in Out 0t0rder. McLellan Galleries. Glasgow

Swedish designers. Jan (‘ardelL Johann Dahlback and Mona Wallstrom.

I STILLS GALLERY 105 High Street. 557 1140. Tue—Sat Ham—5.30pm. Instruments 01 Change Until Sat 29 Jun. In collaboration with the Spring Fling Festival. Stills' open submission photography exhibition asked applicants to send in photographs on the theme of change.

I 359 GALLERY 233 Cow'gate. 225 3013. Mon—Sat 10.30am—5.30pm.

Jane Brettle: (re) Current Allegortes Until Sat 29 Jun. Photo-text installations challenging and celebrating the iconographies which have always helped define ‘Western culture‘ and. specifically. the role ofwomen.

I TRAVERSE THEATRE l 12 Grassmarket. 226 2633. Tue—Sat Ham—10pm: Sun 6—10pm.

HeatherWIlson: Watching Over Us Until 19 Jul. Talented wood-engraver who brings mythology and historical imagery to bear on her work. believing that the past can tell us much about the present.


I CRAWFORD ARTS CENTRE 93 North Street. 033-4 74610. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm.

Made-to-Measure Until 14 Jul. Scottish textiles with an international flavour are on show in this exhibition which looks at the work of three designers whose work has taken them abroad and encouraged them to incorporate new techniqucsinto their designs. Lindsey Fergus. Fiona McIntosh and Jane Dickens have all either introduced Scottish designs to other , countries. or brought foreign flavours to bearon their work in Scotland.

Valerie Pragnell: Ring otAIderUntil I-IJul. A loosely arranged circle ofsculptural elements. made from alder. through

which I’ragnell explores cyclical themesof

regeneration and continuity.


I SMITH ART GALLERY AND MUSEUM Dumbarton Road. 0786 71917. Tue—Fri noon—5pm; Sat 10.30am—5pm: Sun

2 5pm.

Sebastiao Salgado: Photographs Sat 3‘) Jun ~26Jul. An opportunity tosee the brilliant and evocatiye work ofthis Brazilian photographer. featured. to much acclaim. in a recent exhibition at Edinburgh's Stills(iallery.

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