pertaining to O'Connor’s native Northern lreland. giving them an air of religious contemplation.

The City Collection: Prints end New Sat 13 Feb—27 Mar. Howson. Wisznieski. Bellany and younger artists Ashley Cook. Jane Hyslop. Paul Fumeaux and Josephine Ganter. as well as historical prints and recent photographs.

I correctly! RALLERY 22—28 Cockbum Street. 220 1260. Tue-Sat 11am—5pm.

Mary Scott: Movements Until 25 Feb. Mixed media works produce powerful images of loss. abandonment and dereliction.

Panl Manson: Eenal Values Until 25 Feb. Surreal assemblages questioning ‘what lies beneath the surface of things'.

I EAST!" m mm“ (Outpatients Department). Seafield Road. info: 661 0982. Daily 9am—8pm.

Living Proei Until 13 Mar. Mixed media works produced over the last year in the workshops of Milestone. an HlV/AlDS hospice. and Solas. a support organisation for people with HIV.

I m cones! OF ART Lauriston Place. 229 9311. Mon—Thurs. 10am—8pm: Fri lOam-Spm'. Sat 10am-2pm.

School oi Drawing and Painting Until 27 Feb. Work by second and third year students. Strident Installation: and Periornancee Until 26 Feb.

I m RALLERY 18a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon-Fri 11am—5pm; Sat 10am—lpm.

LBS Mackny Until Sat 20 Feb. Drawings and paintings by the Dundee artist. along with a selection of modern and contemporary works by Redpath and others.

I Em PRINTIAKERS WP AID GALLERY 23 Union Street. 557 2479. Tue—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Works by members.

I TIE m IRSTITUTE 13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm'. Sat 9.30am—1.30pm. Contemporary Art from tile Collection oi the MM mo Until 27 Feb. Each region of France has a special fund (FRAC) for the purchase of contemporary art. This show concentrates on the photographic collection of Lower Normandy. including works by some of the medium‘s best known exponents. such as Karen Knorr's wry studies of aristocrats.

I RAUVER FINE ART 22A Dundas Street. 556 2181. Mon-Fri 10.30am—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm.

Alan Sutherland: I“. Drawings Until Mon 22 Feb. Also. mixed works by gallery artists. I JOIN Knox m See entry for

Netherbow Arts Centre.

I xnrensrten GALLERY 5 Northumberland Street. 557 5454. MnyanBSWRGiandnavldI. Mill RSI RBI Colourful landscapes and still lifes.

I MATHEW mm GALLERY University of Edinburgh. 20 Chambers Street. 650 2342. Mon—Fri iOam—8pm; Sat and Sun 10.30am-2.20pm.

European children’s too cm Exhibition Until 24 Feb. Children from Norway. Denmark. Germany and Scotland gathered in Edinburgh in October to design with the help of architects. art workers and interpreters the ideal. ecology-friendly city. This is the startlingly sophisticated result.

I museum (If m 42 High Street. 225 2424. Mon-Sat 10am-6pm.

All manner of archive material and old toys relating to childhood through the ages.

I IATIOIAI. GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The Mound. 556 8921. Mon—Sat lOam—Spm; Sun 2—5pm.

The home of a fine collection of works. from the Renaissance to Post-lmpressionism. including Velazquez. El Greco. Rembrandt. Gainsborough. Degas. Van Gogh and Scottish Colourists.

Ecce lie-a: Enropean Artists In the Eternal City Until 12 Apr. This extended exhibition looks at European artists‘ relationship with Rome across the ages. Including works by Turner. Piranesi and Bemini.

I The Policy Studies Institute has just published its latest findings about our cultural habits: it tums out that 33 per cent of adults regularly visit stately homes. making it our second favourite activity after going to the cinema. Surprised?

Vincent Van Gogh: currently Number 2 in the postcard charts.

I The National Gallery in London sells three million postcards a year. Currently number 1 in their chart is Monet's Water Lilies. with Van Gogh hot on his heels at numbers 2 and 3. Jigsaw fans have different tastes. it seems. This month‘s Arts Review did some research and came up with the news that Waddington’s top selling jigsaws are by Renoir (4000 pieces). Brueghel (4000) and Klimt (3000).

I The Tate Gallery plans to go ahead with its new National Museum of Modem Art. but hopes to find some of the necessary £50 million from the National Lottery. The lottery is expected to provide £200 million a year to be distributed between charities. arts. sports. heritage and the Millennium Fund Arts Council chairman Peter Palumbo wants to put up a new “Eiffel Tower' to celebrate the fin of this siecle and the start of a new millennium. Presumably he‘ll be putting it in London.

I Forget foreign holidays and take an artistic break this summer. Kilmardinny House. in Bearsden. offers a range of four-day courses in calligraphy. watercolours. oil painting. embroidery. quilting and découpage a recently revived 17th- century paper craft. It says here that découpage is suitable for all ages and abilities and that 'gentlemen have also been known to excel'. All the courses cost £45 and include tea and coffee. For more infonnation. telephone ()4! 943 0312.

compass gallery 9% Philip Braham

New paintings and drawings 30th January - 25 February

Monday - Saturday 10am-5.30pm 178 West Regent Street, Glasgow (32 4RL Tel: 041 221 6370 Fax: 041 248 1322

University of Edinburgh, Old College,

South Bridge, Edinburgh EH8 9YL. Tel. 031 650 2211

30 January - 27 February

TERRY SETCH New Work 1989 - 1992

Tues-Sat lOam-Spm

Admission Free Subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council

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open daily .. 100m to 5pm I sunday 1 lam to 5 pm

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270 sauchleholl street glasgow G2 35H 041 331 1854


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