COME FACE TO FACE WITH 'THE POWER OF THE MASK'
AN EXHIBITION 'THE POWER OF THE MASK'
Discover how masks from all over the world, from the martial
arts to commedia dell'arte, have been used to frighten, fascinate
and entertain. Mystery and magic, comedy and carnival, drama,
fantasy and suspense, this colourful exhibition is every festival performance rolled into one.
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An exhibition in the Royal Museum of Scotland, Venue 43. 12 August to 31 October 1993. Monday to Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sundays 12 — 5pm. Adults £2.50, concessions £1 and 50p. Pre-school free. Tearoom and shop. Facilities for people with disabilities. d:
NATIONAL MUSEUMS OF SCOTLAND
Royal Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh. Telephone 031 225 7534 for further information.
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ARTHUR TRESS ' Requiem for a Paperweight
14 August - 18 September 1993 Monday - Saturday 11.(X)-5.3O 43 Candlemaker Row Edinburgh
Exhibition sponsored by B &S Visual Technologies Admission by Catalogue £1 (75p)
24 July - 4 September 1993
Tue - Sat 1 lam - 6pm ADMISSION FREE
ILYA KABAKOV & ULo SOOSTER
Illustration as a Way to Survive
‘touchingly reﬂects the various mysterious ploys used to retain artistic self respect whilst working under strict censorship in the Soviet Union from the ﬁfties to the seventies.’ - THE GUARDIAN
Centre for Contemporary Arts 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow 041 332 7521
$ubsrersedb/rhe ScottishArts Council and Glasgow District Comcil *'
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