THE ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND CHAMBERS STREET, EDINBURGH
FESTIVAL EXHIBITIONS AND CONCERTS
A NEW MUSEUM FOR SCOTLAND from 14 August
371 architectural practises entered the competition to design a new Museum for Scotland. This exhibition shows the winning architects' scheme and the plans
and models of the ﬁve runners-up.
TREASURES FROM THE. TOKYO PUJI ART MUSEUM
10 August - 20 October
Golden screens, hanging scrolls, lacquerware and samurai armour feature in this major exhibition of Japanese decorative art from the 11th - 19th century. Admission £2.00 (£1.00, accompanied children under 16 free)
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The Clydesdan Haul: Concerts Wednesday 14 August 1991 6.30pm
The Britten-Pears Ensemble
Debussy - Sonata for ﬂute, viola and harp. Mozart - Clarinet Quintet in A (K581) Ravel - Introduction and Allegro
Wednesday 21 August 6.30pm The Wallace Collection 'Turkish Delights' includes music by Diabelli, Altenberg, Beethoven, Mozart, Weber and Michael Haydn.
Thursday 29 August 6.30pm The Joyful Company of Singers Winners of the Sainsbury's Choir of the Year 1990. 'Full Fathom Five' includes music by Giles Swayne, Frank Martin, Britten, Paul Reade, Charles Wood, Stanford and Vaughan Williams.
Tickets £5 .00 (£3 .00) available from the Fringe Box Oﬂice or the museum information desk.
The Royal Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street. Edinburgh Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm, Sun 2pm - 5pm. Admission to the main museum is free
i For further information: Tel 031 225 7534 ext 219. I
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A century of the Italian community in Scotland
Exhibition 1 July to 31 October 1991 Monday- Friday 9.30- 17.00 (Festival 930- 20.30‘ Saturday 9 30-1700 Sunday 14.00- 17.00 Admission Free
National Library of Scotland George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 IEW (5. Telephone 031 .220 4531
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New work by twenty-seven artists 14th August - 15th September Tuesday - Saturday 12-6pm Sunday 2-6pm
SUBSIDISED BY SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCIL AND EDIhBURGH DISTRICT COUNCIL
The Collective Gallery
A unique opportunity to see an exhibition by one of Japan’s Masters of contemporary art, as part of the
10th August-7th September. IOam- 5pm Mon-Sat. 2pm- 5pm Sun.
This exhibition has been generously
supported by twenty Japanese companies operating in Scotland
and the Japan Foundation.
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Old College, University at Edinburgh,
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