. gunnett cottecrtort pollokshaws Avenue, 946 5912. Mon-Fri I SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Ayr Street. 557 Road, 649 7151. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun loam-5.30pm; sat 10am-4pm. 1405- Mon-Fri 10.308m-5Pm: Sat noon—6pm. Cafe. [D] Christmas Exhibition: Paintings. Batik and mam-4.30pm; Sun 2-5pm. The collection of Edwardian tycoon Attica" Carvings Until 18 Jan. Winner of the 1989 Award for Social and William Burrell, housed in a purpose-built - lit-LIE "‘7 GALLERY Station Road. indusma' “mm? and descride 35 the gallery which is itself a work of art. Milngavic . 942 2262 ext 3246. Tue—Fri first real community museum in Britain. I counts (utterly University or Ham-5pm and 7-9pm; Sat and Sun Nursery Days Until 14 Feb. A hands-on m Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street, 552 2-5pm. Closed Mon. exploration of the first five years of life.a 4400 ext 2632, Moreen toam_5pm; Sat Glasgow Group: Mixed Show Until Sat 21 period when both children and parents Exhibitions are listed by city. til!" noon—4pm. Dec. Works by members of the group and learn more rapidly than at any other time 'IPMMUNUY bY “"1330 Show "in i" Jane Lewis: Prints and Paintings Until sat by thirteen invited outsiders. in the child‘s development. ' “fled: WWW“ that detain mach ou'omcos l 1 Jan_ Humorous and macabre surrealist R0880" Cherubini: SittinC -- Astonishrnent Oi A Oi MOIiti'i Wed 151811-12 Feb. A “10'3"” “Y3 "to" Pumic’iion- A" and images. reminiscent of Monty Python‘s the Heart Wed 8 J an—2 Feb. imaginative collaborative exhibition by some of the Elhiilitiom “"1003 minim“ I)Y mm“ Flying Circus, by an accomplished and intriguing hearts and shrines. made by social history curators, recording health France. draughtswoman and pnntmaker, and an accomplished ceramicist. provision in Scotland today. winner of the prestigious Slade prize, Scottish Photographic Circle Annual A easltet ot Memories: 50 Years otShopping G . in with the New; crane tor chnstmas until Exhibition Sat 11-25 Jan. in Springhurn Until 11 Mar. Sat 11 Jan. Ceramics, metalwork, I 903 GALLERY 12 Otago Street . NO: most galleries are closed tor Christmas woodwork, glass. textiles, jewellery. KClVinbridgC, 339 3158. Mon-Sat I STREET LEVEL 279-281 High Street, 552 and New Year holidays. Please rillll prints and sculpture by British artists. loam-6pm. 2151. Wed—Sat 11am—6pm; Sun 2—4pm. individual galleries to conllrm. I COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent 5th Anniversary Christmas Exhibition Until Sylvia Plachy: Unguided Tour Until 12 Jan. I ART EXPOSURE GALLERY 53 West Street, 221 6370, Mon—Sat loam—5 ,30pm, Thurs 31 Dec. New paintings by over30 Photographs taken by a photojournalist. Regent Street. 332 0808. Mon—Sat 23rd Christmas Show Until 31 Jan, artists, including Gorman. Akerman and whose images have featured in the loam—5pm, paintings prints, sculptures, ceramics and Lamont. with ceramics. sculpture and American magazine Village Voice for over Judith i. Bridgland: New Paintings Until 31 jewellery. metalwork by Awlson, Bennie, Borthwick a decade. These on-the-road shots were Jan. I CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 148 West and others. taken in the United States, and in her Mixed Media Christmas Show Until Mon 13 Regent Street, 221 3095. Mon—Sat I PEOPLE’S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow native Hungary. Jan. 9.30am—5.30pm. Green. 554 0223. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm; I TRAMWAY 25 Albert Drive. 423 1333. I ARCHES Midland Street. 221 8101. Daily The Winter Collection Until311an,small Sun 2—5pm. [D]. Cafe. Daily. noon—8pm (noon—1 1pm 10am—5pm. paintings. drawings and sculptures by Once a museum for the working class. and performance days, not Suns). Dinosaurs Alive Until 26 Jan. The Matthew Smith, Christopher wood, now a fantastic repository for all sorts of Future Memories Until 24 Jan. ‘The exhibition that thrilled and terrified Laura Knight. Bellany, Fergusson. ephemera connected with Glasgow‘s largest-ever exhibition by and about Edinburgh returns with giant dinosaurs Cadet], Howson, Ea rdley and others, history - everything from old cigarette Glasgow and its people‘ a collection of roaring and swishing their tails against an I [WAN MUNDY FINE ART 48 west George packets to suffragettes‘ campaigning old photographs vies with contemporary authentic prehistoric background. Miss it Street. 331 2406. Mon—Sat 9.30am— material. images ofthe city and its people and. in a at your peril. 5, 30pm, I SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM continuation of last year‘s Biscuit Tin The Sensual Ego Until 4 Jan. A sculptural Christmas Exhlbttlon Until Tue 24 Dec, 225 Scotland Street, 429 1202. Mon—Sat project, members of the public are invited ‘installation/inhabitation' created by Paintings, drawings, engravings. sculpture 10am-5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Cafe. to contribute photographs of their own, Gavin Miller and Alan Toleman. and ceramics of food and drink, as well as Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh thus compiling a vast family album for I ART GALLERY 8t MUSEUM. KELVINGROVE recent acquisitions of 19th and 20th and now home to archive material on future generations. 357 3929. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm ; Thurs century paintings and drawings, education in Scotland from 1872 onwards. I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 28 King Street, 10am—9pm: Sun noon—6pm. Cafe. [D] A selection of British and French Reconstructed classrooms give a flavour 552 4813. Mon—Sat noon—6 m. Voluntary guides are available free of paintings and engravings will be on display of Victorian, Edwardian, Second World Lawrence Weiner. Exhibition and Public charge to conduct parties or individuals in January. War and 1960s schooidays. Work Until Tue 31 Dec. An installation round the main galleries. Ask at the I FINE ART SOCIETY 134 Blythswood Colin Prior: Land's End Until Sun 5 Jan. created specifically for the gallery, plus an enquiry desk. Street, 332 4027, Mon—Fri Drawings and photographs of edition of stickers to be distributed and New Arts: Keith McIntyre Until 2 Feb. Visual 9,30am_5_30pm; sat loam—1pm disappearing habitats and animals. posted throughout the city. Arts Director for last year‘sJock Goudie's Brittany Until 31 Dec. A ' Tamson '3 Balms. at the Tragiway, celebration of the publication of Goudie's _ McIntyre‘s current project. ongsforthe book of aintin son the theme of Brittan FallingAngeI centres on his response to the resiilt of a gommission. in 1987.fromy H U N the Lockerbic disaster. A special Brittany Ferries. Requiem for Lockerbie will be performed Maureen Binnie: Recent Work Until Tue 24 SPRINGBL'RS ML‘ S’EL'M new on Fri 24 Jan ring the gallery for details. Dec. Paintings, pastels and watercolours. . . ' "CURING YOVORUO Until Sun 12 Jan. A Thereafter. works from stock. U pioneering 1920s colourphotographer. IGLASGOW GROUP GALLERY l70ucens Madame YCVOlldC tranStOFmCd her I Crescent, 334 7327. Mon—Fri 11am-5pm. ' high-society subjects into ‘striking surreal a 3rd Christmas Exhibition Until Wed 8Jan. Charles Rennie gOddCSSCS'- Members‘ and guests‘ recent works. - angulndujtgflw Glasgowlapan IGLASGOW PRmr STUDIO 22 KingStreet. fi/IOCkInfOSh IEBRUARY c 8m 0 Until Sun 5 Jan. A 552 0704. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30 m. . 13 DECEMBER - 14 ' testament to Glasgow's role in the 19th Members' Christmas Show Untii3’rhnrs 31 Draw’ngsi Deggns SPRINGBURN century modernisation of Japan. this Dec. Over 200 prints by members ofthe & Walercolours exhibition includes some 200 items— GPs, - Atlas Square, Ayr Street, Glasgow ceramics» mUSlcai lnSthlnClltS. Papcrand Ken Kilt: Prints Sat 11 Jan—1 Feb. A touring October - 'I F r . tabrlCS- Wthh were sent as a git! l0 exhibition of works by this internationally 1992 eb uory Tel' 041 1405 Glasgow from the Japanese Government. acclaimed artist, . The Hague School Until Sun 5 Jan. Fifty 5 I eusnow sweet or am 167 Rennew Mon - Sol 9.30 - 5.00 10.30-5pm Monday-Friday 23:81:: Jgijffigfircttsucr'yogrtch S:)reet.5332 9;97.2M50n—Fri 10am—9Pm ; Sat Admission Free 10.4,30pm Saturday ~ . 1 am— pm; un pm. ~ . including prints, drawings and i Portrait oi Glasgow School at Art: its gfigm 2'5pm Sunday WatCTCOIOUTS by Blommcrsr Am» the Governors and Staii Until Mon 14 Dec. Maris bmihcrs and Mauvc- Photographs of the staff in their natural "won" Monumem‘ “9‘0” 0' summit environments offices and studios - taken Jami" “mum” Uni" 5"" 513“ by Andrew Stark in his final year, 1990. : Historical drawtngs and photographs Small work; by emanate; Um” Mon 14 i Decem ber - 20 December celebrating the 509‘ anniversary 0mm Dec. Various works various graduates. l 7 January - 19 January NMRS- IRUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of : . IBARCLAY LEltltlE FINE Am 203 Bath Glasgow, 82 Hiiihcad 5mm, 339 8855c,“ ; George Wyllte - Street.226 5413. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm;Sat 5431_ Momprignwam_5pm;sai Scul?ture Jubilee loam—lpm- 9.30am—5pm. , r o CUMMIS Throughout DCC. Charla: Ronnie Machining" Unti] 1 Feb. " Mixed works from stock. Including Fifty exhibits drawn from the University‘s [Illustrations to Roman} is metalwork and decorative ans- widely admired Mackintosh Collection, - I 8" "‘55 CAFE 403 Great WCS‘cm illustrate the talents of the architect, i C R A W F O R D Flonleg e des A man’s Road, 334 5898. Tue—Sun 10am-9pm. designer and painter. i . g"?! Quinn: Recent Wommoughout IRUttrERtAil MUSEUM Glasgow E A R T S John Cairns - cc- niversit , Universit Avenue, 339 8855. . ail-Luna “00" “RT conp‘uyzn Mon-Fri 9.30am—5pni; Sat 9.30am—1pm. C E N T R E Tamed wood Sauchiehaii Street, i . Mon—Sat, The bequest of Hunter. a student 103m— Spm- . of Glasgow University in the 17305, who SUDJIdISOdDYW Sconesh Arts Coma “mm” ambition until 29:13"- left his substantial collection of books, Paintingsv ans, ceramics: JCWCUCW and prints, and various other curiosities to the Admission Free textiles by contemporary Scottish artists— university. Many additions to the Mon-Sat to tun-5pm Sun 2pm-Spm Helen Flockhart, Joseph Davie. Ashley collection have since been madc_ 93 North Street St Andrews Tel (0334) 74610 Cook and 0mm IIN‘I’EROEC GALLERY 24 Gairbraid

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