I “HHEMOW “ms CENTRE 43 High is open Mon—Sat lOam—Spm; Sun 2—5pln. 1994 FBSUVBI Elhibition Until 31 Aug. his first UK photographic exltibition.

Street. 556 9579- Mon—sat 10atit—4'30Pth- 5 Entry to the permanent collection is free. Art and crafts from about 40 selected Focusing on his fascination with the

[01- cate- Admits to the 10h" Knox It features works by Picasso. Matisse. artists. including watercolours. oils. everyday sacred object. it reveals

Houset ‘1 Pteturesque t5th century 1 Mondrian and 20th century Scottish ceramics. jewellery. glass and wood. seductively-presented colour photographs bUttdthg» tePUtedt)’ the home Of the artists. I GALERIE MIRAGES 46a Raebum Place. of artefacts collected on his globetrotting "Otortous SCOtttSh ChurCh reform“ William OUUBS: watefcomlll's 0' scouand 315 2603. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm. tours. An insight into the peculiar world Admission tit-20 (51/50Pt Until 25 Sept. Seventy watercolours of the Festival Exhibitions A display of ethnic of Bymc‘s mind.

A tincstion lit The Spiritual Mon 15 Fife coast. the border countryside and the jewellery. including lndian tribal I STOCKBRIDGE PARISH clluncti 7 Saxe- Aug-3 sept- Ah ambtttoust ehattehgthg west coast‘s rugged landscape. painted in necklaces and talismans. Plus a novel Cobtlrg Street. 332 0122. Mon—Sat eXhibtttOh 0t thStatlattOht SetttPtttre and this artist's highly-developed. loose. exhibition of boxes. pots. bags. shelves 10.45am—6pm; Still 12.45—6pm.

mixed medta by Bordets’based arttSt expressive style. and other methods of storage developed A Feel Ot Nepal Sat 13 Aug—Sept 3. A Roger Lee- ExploreS the ambiguous World I EDITH SIMON GALLERY Student Centre. by traditional peoples. celebration of Nepal‘s art. craft and

0f the Spirituatt queSttOhthg its religious Bristo Square. 650 2640. Mon—Sat culture. including commentaries on the beets. 10.30am—6.30pm. Open Gallery Sunday. work and artists. The exhibition is set to

Mike Spring and Grace Quintanilla Until Astonish us; rasttvat Exhibition 1994 3 sePt- Painting-5 and drawthgs by Britt-eh Until 3 Sept. Decribed as an institution artist Sprthg and MeXtCO'bOm QUthtahttta and a festival in herself. Edith Simon both Edinburgh Printmakers exhibitors. exhibits her innovative work and is

photographs of the nation‘s landscape and people.

I OPEN EYE “Alt-El" 75 Chihbeitahd available for questions and argument. I CITY ART CENTRE Market Street. 225 Street. 557 1020. Mott—Fri lOam—6pm; I s‘i'unio (m5 GALLERY t() Stafford 2424. Mon—Sat lOaln-opm; Sun

sat loam-4pm- OPe“ Gallery sundaY- Street. 226 5812. Mon-Sat 10am—6pm; lptn—Spni. Cafe. FFCC.

Ports or Call Sat l3 Aug—l Sept. Prints by Sun 2t Aug 2-5pm. Robert Louis Stevenson: Jekyll 0r Hyde? Pat” Hogarth Pit-tS new Works by Jehhttiet Stephen Mackey Mon 15—27 Aug. To Until 1 ()ct. Marking 100 years since the MCRaet ceramic-5 by tUdtth Gttmour and celebrate the opening of this new gallery. death of one of Scotland's best-loved jewellery by Pamela RaWhSIeY- the unconventional and untrained 27-year- Writers tinS CXhibititin CXIIiiiinCS the Personae Silt t3 A118" 1 SePt- An old painter Mackey exhibits his work: conflicts which characterised Stevenson's exhibition of highly decorative portraits Driven by a deep iovc 0f poetry and a life during a time of great change.

by tehhttet MeRtte- fertile imagination. he has survived Personal belongings. manuscripts.

I at" at: THE BLUE 35 Blaektttuts Streetv homelessness to achieve success as an

photographs and video reconstructions

556 5204- Opening hours e’ttended ft” the illustrator. This is Mackev in the raw. r ‘7' . separate the myth front the real man.

Festival Men—5U” t tam—7P1“- I TALBOT RICE GALLERY Edinburgh I noYAL somfllc (; no“ invertcim I MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD 42 High

Andrew Gttttmt until 30 Aug- Tradtttt’ttat University Old College. South Bridge. Row. 552 7171_ [)aity t()am_gpm; Cafe. Street. 225 2424. Mon—Sat lOam—opm.

tahdseape Painting-q tmhsmrmed into 650 221 l. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Open Flora Danica Fri i3 Aug_i6 0“. All manner of archive material and old

Striking abstract light installations“ cattery Sunda)“ Admission £3 (£2). Porcelain from the to)’8 relating t0 Chltdhoe‘t thtt’USh the

Domth'c "Ymatt until 30 AUS- W00tteh John McLean Until 13 Sept. Recent works Royal Danish CW” Cupcnimgcn _ a ages.

SCtttPtttreS 0t. the human figure and by one of Britain's leading contemporary ma'magc bemccn bi‘mmy and decorative I NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND

arehtteetumt tom‘s- abstract painters. .1” George W Bridge. 226 4531. Mon—Sat

Simon “0079 and mark Tathtttt Uhttt 20 I THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton i imAVERSE THEM'RE Amrim Space 10 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Open Mon—Fri

Aug- The Newcastle'hased Pathters With Place. 225 7942. Mon—Sat lOam—Spm. Cambridge Street 328 140+ Sumpri‘ until 8pm during the Festival. .

diverse Styleslht" forces ft“ this Eddie Farrell Until 3 Sept. Humorous "mmmidmghi; 5'1” and Bank HUM;W Pictures OI The Mind: Robert Louts .

eXhibittOii- sculptures and drawings based on weekend i()am_midmgm Stevenson 1850-1894 Until 30 ()ct. Thls

I PROJECTIONS GALLERY 210 Portobetto everyday objects collected by Farrell. Dmie- contemporary Jewellery Fri 13 exhibition takes you on a journey through

High Street. 657 3727. Mon-Fn i I TORRANCE GALLERY 29b Dundas Aug_3oscpi. More than i000 pieces in Stevenson‘s imagination arid includes

9am—5pm; Sat 10am—4pm. ; Street. 556 6366. Mon-Fri Ham—6pm materials ranging from gold and silver to than)" illustrated editions “Zitch have

Ian "38"" FF‘ AUg_3 septiThe artist's sat tO-3oam—4Pm- OPeh Cattery sundaY- plastics. loofah and wood. exhibited by 48 brought t" “to his Wm“ 0t ptmtcs'

firm 50") CXhtbmon ' a Common 0t FBStIYat Emthttton M0“ 15 Aug—3 3ePt~ major contemporary designers. adventurch and Ch'ldrcn'

illustratitye watercoloufrls and acrylics. paimings by ircnc Haitiday and Trevor I ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND g

ranging tom delicate oral studies to Stuble and 'ewelle b Sheana Ste hen. _ Chambers Street. 225 7534. Mon-. at

del’tettt’hS 0t ttte t“ East t-«Othtatt~ I TRON KIRJK 8 Advigcailes‘ Close. 3.57 10am—5pm; Surl noon—5pm. Cafe. [D].

I OUEEN’S HALL Clerk Street. 668 2019. High Street. 225 8818. Mon_sun I CITY CAFE 19 Blair Street. 220 0125. Treasure Islands Fri 13 Aug—3 Jan. An

Mon—Sat lOam—Spm. Open Gallery loamqpm Mon—Fri ll—4am; Sun ll—3am. exhibition bringing to life the romantic

sundaY- Four Banners For Four Poems Fri 12 M101“ F309 A rogues" gallery 0i legacy of Robert Louis Stevenson and his

Feett'at Ethit’tttm‘ Until 5 SCPI- Joining Aug-18 Sept. Inspired by poems about funnymcn and wmncn. captured by the preoccupation with islands. pirates and the

twee-5 are tWO contempt)th Russet" war-stricken Bosnia. these banners by CitiiiCmS 0t. iattiititlii'hitSCd SCtit ROSIYn South Seas.

atttStS ' Alexahdet Anemone“ artist Virginia Ryan 1220 express grief for Gaunt. David Tuck and others. plus I ROYAL OBSERVATORY VISITORS

specialising in stylised portraits and still the devastation of a nation. photographs front Just For Laughs the CENTRE Blackford Hill, 668 8405.

lifes and llgizar Khasanov. influenced by I VAnious vfiuufis Edinburgh. Montreal Comedy Festival. Mon-Fri ntxln—5.30pm;

Oriental Painting and the Cubist-“t Aerial 94 Until Mon 15 Aug. A series of I INSINUENDOS CABARET Blue 2 Picardy weekends/holidays limit—5.30ptn. [1)].

I Rout- cou-FGE 0F PHYStc'ANS Great art installations in public places around Place. 556 0499- £150 (75p)-

Hait. 9 Queen Street. 557 5227. Mon—Sun Edinburgh, Tctcphonc 225 6234 for Bob Dylan - A Decade or Changes Fri 12 Light And Dark The Matter With The

10tun-5pm. information about exhibitions. bus tours Aug-3 Sept. Twenty photographs by John Universe Until 4 Sept Artists Susan

The Edinburgh Art Show Until 24 Aug. £2 and iickcis for Special events. Hume. exploring the world of Dylan from Gamble and Michael Wenyon have

(£1). The largest privately-organised I WASPS Stun“) GALLERY patriothalti 1983—93. frotn Belfast to Budapest and created a computer-programmed tartan

exhibition of Scottish contemporary art Hamilton Placc‘ 225 1289. Tuc-Sat .Newcastle to New York. yes. tartan woven frotn light and

this Yeah bringing together the Work 0t 11am—5pm. I PORTFOLIO GALLERY 43 Candlemaker holograms and animating the architecture

established artists and outstanding young WAsps Group Exhibition Sat i3 Aug_3 Row. 220 191 l. Mon—Sat l lam—5.30pm. of the observatory‘s largest 19th century

painters. including the extraordinary work I Sept. paintings. drawings, prints, tapestry, Open Gallery Sunday. telescope dome on Edinburgh's Blackford

ofGlasgow-based Jenny Saville. jcwciicry and more from the studio Syrcas Sat 13 Aug—l7 Sept. A major Hill. The focus of the observattiry's

Edilnburgitg'bog :rcndanSKcny and ff regulars. including Barbara Middleton. exhibition of new work by internationally centenary celebrations.

scu ptor ate 0 inson. tirring stu . Sarah Woodcock. Ger McGowan and acclaimed hott) 'rti hiC tittiSt MaUd I SCOTTISH UNITED SERVICES MUSEUM

I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY The . Brian Frost. ry Sulter. expiiiringéthe’presence of African Edinburgh Cactici 225 7534, Mott—Sat

Moundv 225 6671- Mon—sat mam-6W“; I WRAP 17 Stafford Street. 220 2328. culture in Europe during the 1930s and 40s. 9_3()mn_5.30pm; Sun iiam_5.3()pm,

8”" 2"5Pm- FeSttVal hours Mon 15 Mon—Sat l0am—6pm. I ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND Free. but there is an admission charge for

Aug-4 Sept: Mon-Sat mam-(mm: Sun Images From The Kalahari Until 10 Sept. Chambers Street. 225 7534. Mon—Sat the castle.

“am—6pm Featuring the art and crafts of the South lOam-Spm; Sun noon—5pm. Cafe. [1)]. For Your Freedom And Ours: Poland,

“"006 PathtthO Pttm: Shonltsmd i African Bushmen. who lead a lifestyle Mood oi the Moment Until I 1 Sept. An Scotland and the Second World War

git“? Mfg/1'15. ARE—4 sePt' It“ the RSfAtS , virtually extinct. exhibition of photography frotn the last Many Polish soldiers came to Scotland in i he an lie 00m. 8 SC eCtion 0 i centur b Scottish ioneers such as Hill the 40s. Their mark is left in this :

work from six shortlisted artists hoping to . and Adanison. plus ille work of 20th exhibition of uniforms. insignia and

Poeket Britain's largest painting Prize» I THE DIGNON COLLECTIVE 46 Dundas century photographers such as James equipment. as well as drawings. prints and ;

worth £30,000. Street. 556 1820. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm; Valentine. who built up a postcard other personal material.

I scams“ WEI" ‘6 Dundas Street. Thurs lOam—8pm. industry in Dundee. George Cowie and i

558 1200- Mon-Fri loam-6pm; Sat 3 Jose Arriaga Until 31 Aug. Basque Robert Moyes Adatn. i

loam‘4pm- Open Gallery SUDdaY- 1 furniture designer and Edinburgh College I STILLS GALLERY Re-opening in new I THE MATTHEW ARCHITECTURE

Festive! Ehhtbmon Fri 13 Aug-7 Sept. of Art graduate Jose Arn'aga exhibits the premises on Sat 13 Aug at 23 Cockburn GALLERY University of Edinburgh.

New Patht‘hgs h)’ Elizabeth Btaekaddert ; wood-carVing Skills inherited from his Street. 225 9876. Tue—Sat noon—7pm; Department of Architecture. 20 Chambers

Feramtes by PhtttP Egttht D0i0th)’ “088,3 father and grandfather. using the Sat/Sun noon—4pm. Street. 650 2342. Mon—Fri 10aln—8pm.

Jewellery and carving by Susan Wraight. traditional imagery of the sun. moon and David Byrne: Sacred Objects, Sleepless Architecture And Progress Mon 15

I SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY OF 3 plant life, Nights Sat 13 Aug—10 Sept. £2 (50p). Aug—28 Oct. An exhibition exploring the i

MODERN Om Bettord Road. 555 8921- t I GALLERY 41 41 Dundas Street, 557 i Dumbarton-born lead singer of Talking relationship between human form and

Mon-sat loam-513th; 3"" 2-5Pm- [D]- l 4569. Mon—Sat lO.30am—5.30pm; Sun Heads. filmmaker and photographer architecture through physical and i

cafe- The gallery's JUStt)’ renowned cafe l—4.30pm. t David Byrne shows what he is made of in computer models,

The List 12—18 August 1994 81 .~‘