person with a combination of musical / drama / visual art skills to take part in a large scale community project from January to March 1993. Applications from women and people from minority groups particulary welcome. Apply in writing with CV to: CLYDE UNITY THEATRE, THE OLD ATHENAEUM, 179 BUCHANAN STREET, GLASGOW Cl 212.





The National Gallery of Scotland houses a major collection of European art ranging from c1300 to c1900. The successful ap licant will be expected to work primarily in the fie d of British paintings (particularly Scottish), and will be expected to have or acquire a working knowledge of related prints and drawings and sculpture.

Applicants should have a good Honours Degree and/

or significant experience.

Salary: Curator E £13,449-L22,669; Curator D £15,929-L28,687; Unified Grade 7 £25,831-£34,469.

Starting salary and level of appointment according to qualifications and experience.

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Registrar's Department


The National Galleries of Scotland, comprising the National Gallery of Scotland, the Scottish National Portrait Gallery and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, contain the most distinguished collections of paintings outside London.

Applications are invited for the post of Registrar, to run an important central department serving all three Galleries.

The Registrar's Department deals with the following areas of the Galleries' work:

-I.oans in and out of the Galleries for temporary exhibitions or long term display.

-Documentation of the collections; in particular a major automation project.

Applicants should have a degree and/or significant experience of relevant museum work, especially in the area of collections management. Competence in the use of micro-computer applications, including data-base management and word-processing is required. A reasonable workingeknowledge of at least

one European language would an advantage.

The post is graded at UG7 with salary in the scale of £25,831 rising to £34,469.

Further details and application forms apply to:

Mrs Stella Bowden National Galleries of Scotland Administration De tment l3 Heriot Row EDINBURGH EH3 6HP Telephone: 031 $56 8921 x 208

The closing date for receipt of completed application forms is 11 December 1992

An equal opportunities employer.

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TAG Theatre Company require a DRAMA WORKER for their next project THE BANYAN TREE (Ian-April 1993)

(clean driving licence desirable) For job description and

further details please call Carolann on

041-429 2877

! TAG is developing an equal

opportunities policy



require 1 female company member/performer and 1 male actor for work commencing January 1993. Please send CV and letter of application to 11 Forth Street, Edinburgh EH1 3LE (031 557 8011). Closing date: 2 December 1992


I The Edinburgh Pllatee Centre 18A Torphichen Street, is the only Pilates-based exercise studio in Scotland. Pilates is a highly specialised method which strengthens, tones, and improves posture. Personal programmes devised to suit individual requirements. Phone Jane Paris on 0312292868. Mon—Fri from 9.30am; Sat from 10am.

I Interest“ In meditation or sell-Marlee? The Gnostic Movement holds free courses in Glasgow and Edinburgh in this Ancient Esoteric Science of Self Understanding. Write: PO Box 730, Glasgow 651 2DR or Phone: 031 661 8068.

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Buddhist Meditation Retreat with Soto Zen: Sun 6 Dec.

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