Discomfiting images by a reclusive artist trying to make sense of her own personal experience. Cameron will also give a performance of her own songs at 8pm on Fri 26 Feb.

I OPEN EYE GALLERY 75 Cumberland Street, 557 1020. Mon—Fri l0am—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm.

Jane Soeder: Paintings Until ll Mar. Also. contemporary British wood, prints

by Carlo Rossi RSA RGl and jewellery by

Natalie Vardey. I PALACE OF ROLYROODHOUSE Canongate. Mon—Sat 9.30am—3.45pm; Sun lO.30am—4.30pm. Prince ot Wales’s Watercolours Until 28 Mar. 35 watercolours. including some recent work. I PORTFOLIO GALLERY 43 Candlemaker Row. 220 191 l. Tue—Sat l2-5.30pm. John Davies: Cross Currents Sat 6 Mar—3 Apr. Reportage meets art in Davies‘s searching photographs of Europe. from tower blocks in Barcelona to the Berlin Wall, via a project on post-industrial Britain. Davies's works are in international collections. including the Museum of Modem Art in New York and London's V and A. I QUEEN’S HALL Clerk Street. 668 3456. Daily 10am—6pm. or later on performance nights. Michael Jessing: Urban Allegories Until Sun 28 Feb. Forty ‘urban allegories' in which elements of Manhattan. Venice. Edinburgh and the South Bronx combine to create an imaginary city the work of a New York-based artist. llilce Paiva: Brazil Visions and Dreams Tue 2—28 Mar. Twenty-one drawings and pastels exploring and celebrating the vibrancy and colour of Brazil. I ROYAL GOTANIC GAROEN lnverleith Row. 552 7171. Mon—Sat 9am—sunset; Sun llam—sunset. Cafe. [D]. Exhibitions 10am—4pm. Admission £2 (£1). Now featuring Henry Moore‘s Reclining Figure: Hand [979. on loan from the

Lectures Ring the Events C o-ordinator for

; variety of ‘hands-on' exhibits for children

Grigor organised this exhibition which

intellectuals. like Charles Mackintosh.

Henry Moore Foundation. A Garden in the Desert Evocative exhibition about the plant life of Dhofar in

f southem Oman, displayed in an oasis-like . setting including life-size camel.

Earthly Paradise: Illustrated Winter ; details.


Chambers Street. 225 7534. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Cafe. [D]. The Discovery Room is open. with a

over six.

Seeds of Change Until Sun 7 Mar. Murray

focuses on Scottish inventors and

Robert Adam. and Mary Sommerville the molecular and microscopic scientist.

A Brush with iiature Watercolours oi

; llorth America by Sir Daniel Wilson Until

31 Mar. 200 watercolours marking the centenary of the Scottish scholar‘s death. recording his journeys in the wilds of Ontario and northwest USA.

ho Drdinary Journey: John ilae, Arctic Explorer, 1813-1893 Until 16 May. A look at the life of intrepid ()rcadian explorer John Rae who explored and mapped vast territories of northern Canada. with the the help of the native Indians and lnnuit. Free guided tours every Saturday and Sunday at 3pm.

I ROYAL OBSERVATORY Blackford Hill. 668 8405. Mon—Fri 10am-4pm: weekends/holidays noon—5pm. [D]. £1.50/75p.

Up-to-date information on the Big Bang and everything else you ever wanted to know about the universe. Telescopes are open every clear weeknight until 31 March.

I SCOTTISH GALLERY l6 Dundas Street. 558 1200. Mon—Fri l0am—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm.

erian Folclk: Paintings Until Wed 3 Mar. Works made during a year-long study at

Pat Douthwaite: Paintings of Skye and

: Cafe.

3 2.30—4.20pm. Entry to the permanent t collection is free. and features works by 5 Picasso. Matisse. Mondrian and 20th

Scotland Observed: A Decade oi Collecting Until Sun 28 Feb. Works. either by Scottish artists or on Scottish themes. which have been collected by the National Galleries of Scotland over the last ten years. a foretaste of the proposed National Gallery of Scottish Art and History.

I snus GALLERY ms High Street. 557

l 140. Tue-Sat l lam—5.30pm.

Aqua Vitae Part 2 Until Sat 27 Feb. Newly commissioned works on the theme of the waterway ancient source of folklore. food. trade and the foundation of many towns and cities. Six artist- photographers took part in the show. which also includes archive material from the Summerlee Heritage Trust.

earl de Keyzer: God Inc Sat 6 Mar—3 Apr. The fruits of a year-long exploration of religious groups in America. including some extraordinary images of rituals. processions and crusades. from the neo- Nazi Church of ldaho to the Mormons.

I TALBOT RICE GALLERY Edinburgh University Old College. South Bridge. 650 221 l. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pnt

Terry Setch: New Work 1989—1992 Until Sat 27 Feb. Large-scale. vibrant paintings in which the materials of modern consumerism -- polythene. polystyrene etc I SCOTTISH NATIONAL PORTRAIT - are used alongside found objects from GALLERY Queen Street. 556 8921. the beaches near Setch's borne in Cardiff. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2 5pm. |l)|. l The [hing (‘mnpetition starts 12 Mar. Cafe. I TRAVERSE THEATRE Cambridge Street. Scotland's bonniest and beastliest ' 228 140-1. Mon—Sat l0atn—Iate; Sunday monarchs, politicians. writers and artists evenings.

and a very fine cafe. Brenda Drew: The Goddess and the Sea The Stones oi Venice Until l4 Mar. The Until Sun 28 Feb. Enigmatic. near- famous art critic. John Ruskin. explained visionary depictions of sea queens and his belief that the personality of a people mermaids.

could literally be ‘read' ill its architecture I WAS.P.S. Patriothall. Stockbridge.

in The Stones of I'i’lllt't’. published in Daily l- 5pm.

1853. Here some of Ruskin’s‘ text is Five New work by five Edinburgh-based illustrated by the work of l9th century Artists. Fri 5--10 Mar Alan Connor and photographers Carlo Ponti and Carlo Reginald Hamilton; l2—l7 Mar John C. Naya. Ayscough. Otto Berchem and Paul Keir.

the Thornton Dog Track near Kirkcaldy. The Borders in Watercolour Until Wed 3 Mar. Including works by Johnstone. Gillies and McNairn.

South America Sun 7—3] Mar.

NeW Metalwork Sun 7—3l Mar. Domestic silver holloware. ironwork and large pieces of sculpture by younger and more established makers. Highlights include a group of totetnic steel sculptures by Sam MacDonald.

I SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART Belford Road. 556 892 l. Mon—Sat l0am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. |l)|.

The gallery'sjustly renowned cafe is open Mon—Sat l0.30am--4.30pm: Sun

century Scottish artists. The gallery has recently purchased Alexander Stoddart's larger-than-life bust of Henry Moore. John Hearttield Until 28 Mar. The largest retrospective to date in Britain of the work ofJohn Heartlield (18914968) German [)adaist and early exponent of the photomontage. His searing attacks on the inequalities and injustice of Weitnar and Nazi Germany led to his constant censorship and persecution.

compass gallery


Tel:0412216370 Fax: 041 248 1322

Sculpture & Drawings

27 February - 25 March Monday - Saturday 10am-5.30pm

178 West Regent Street, Glasgow 02 4RL


22 KING STREET. GLASGOW GI SQP . TEL: 041-552 0704


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27th February - 20th March 1993 Monday-Saturday 10am -5.30pm

Subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council and Glasgow District Council


Women Behind The Camera

Do'rte E issjf'ela’t

Silke Grossntann - Dore 0.

6th March - 3rd April

Film Screening and Talk by Dt’irre E issfelilr



The Scottish Arts Council and Glasgow City Council

Saturday 61/2 March .' 4pm Film Screening, Dare 0. Sunday 7th March .' 4pm

Gallery Open Tues-Sat .' 11—5130

Presented in association with the Goethe lnstitut

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