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t A piece oi work by Thomas Joshua Cooper will be one of the lots up for auction on Sat 20 Aug at The Battier Theatre. lield as a tundraising event for Street level's new premises in King and Parnie Street, the event will also include work by Patricia MacDonald. Jane Brettle and Pradip Hallie and a range at collectable books. magazines and photographic equipment. Viewing is from 10am-1pm and the event starts at 2pm. For iurther information call Street level on 552 2151.

Salgado Photographs 1977-1992 Until 16 Sept. A member of the Magnum Group. Sebastiao Salgado is one of the world‘s leading photo-journalists. Here. four groups of photographs are displayed. including ()I/It’l' Americas. focusing on the native Indian population in Latin America. images of victims of the Khmer Rouge. used to launch the Cambodia Trust. and his most recent images of manual workers around the world.

I MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Kelvin Hall. Dumbarton Road. 357 3929. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. Devoted to the history of transport. a museum crammed with buses. trams. fire-engines. ships and other transportation.

For The Sake Of The Game Until 18 Sept. The prelude to the opening of a National Museum of Scottish Football at Hampden Park. the first part of a three-year exhibition puts Scotland in its place in the world game using photographs. trophies and memorabilia.

Bicycles! A new. permanent exhibition of the museum‘s historic bike collection with the world‘s oldest bicycle. great bike facts and displays ofcycle design and science. I 99 GALLERY 99 Hutcheson Street. 334 3586. Tue—Sat noon—6pm.

Forecast Until 31 Aug. A travelling

exhibition by Glasgow-based artists Zoe Walker anti sisters Deirdre and Mairead McCloskey. Photographs. sculptures some encouraging audience participation and text work. providing each viewer with a unique art work to take home. See review.

I HS GALLERY 53 Cresswell Street. 334 4240. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm: Sun noon—5pm.

Richard Ackennan Until 30 Aug. The world best-selling print artist exhibits his work.

I PEOPLE’S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. 554 0223. Mon—Sal 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. [1)]. Cafe.

Once a museum dedicated to the working class. now a repository for all sorts of ephemera connected with Glasgow's history from old cigarette packets to suffragettes' campaigning material. Greater Easterhouse Achievers Exhibition Until 4 Sept. Highlighting the artistic achievements of eight women who doggedly refused to stagnate in Glasgow‘s Easterhouse estate. this exhibition is the product of training in art. design. photography. communication and organisational skills.

I PROVANO’S LOROSHIP 3 Castle Street. 552 8819. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sun

1 1am—5pm.

The only surviving mediaeval house in Glasgow. built in 1471. Period room

displays range from 1500 to 1918.

I OUEEN’S PARK SYNAGOGUE Falloch Road. Battlefield. 632 1743. Open Sun 2—5pm. Worth visiting to see 22 pictorial stained glass windows by John K. Clark based on the symbolism of Jewish festivals.

I SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 429 1202. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Cafe. [1)]. Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now home to archive material on education in Scotland from 1872 onwards. Reconstructed classrooms give a flavour of Victorian. Edwardian. World War 11 and 1960s school days.

Trading Arts Until 21 Aug. An exploration of African arts. with ceremonial wood carvings froth Ghana. stone carving from Zitiibabwe and an interactive music exhibition. offering the chance to blend four tracks of instruments and music.

I SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Atlas Square. 557 1405. Mon—Fri 10.30am—4.30pm: Sun 2—5pm. [D].

Springburn At War Until l8 Nov. Commemorating the outbreak of World War 1. this exhibition includes Springburn war work.

I STREET LEVEL 279—281 High Street. 552 2151. Tue—Sat Ham—5.30pm. Tropisms Until 27 Aug. This collaborative effort by Glasgow School of Art photography students examines how we are shaped by our environment. The photography exhibition is linked to a limited edition book.

I ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART 2 Castle Street. 553 2557. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am~5pm. Free. [1)]. A museum of world faith. featuring a zen garden. priceless art works frotn the world's six major religions. Dali’s ('ltrist ({f‘SaiIrI Juli/r rift/1e Cross and the story of religion in Scotland through words and pictures.

The Chinese Way Until 18 Sept. An exhibition of artefacts featuring dragons. demons and other mythical creatures which feature in Chinese culture ancient and modern.

I TRAMWAY 25 Albert Drive. 422 2023. Wed—Sun 12am—6pm. [D].

V-Topia Until 1 Sept. Scotland's first exhibition addressing the growing relationship between art and technology focuses on the use by visual artists of computer-generated imagery and digital technology. The challenging display using 1.250 square metres ofexhibition space. includes work by Scotland's John Butler and America's Lynn Hershman.

I VENT Various venues including underground stations. Glasgow

University. Hillhead Library. a doctor‘s

surgery and Bank Street Iaundrette. A project by Nick Walker. including the installation of his painting and sculpture in public places. Telephone 550 0002 for information.



I PAISLEY MUSEUM AND ART GALLERIES High Street. 889 3151. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm.

Shoreline: Scottish Artists And The Sea Until 12 Sept. Paintings. prints and sculpture by a selection of artists frotn the City of Edinburgh's collection. including John Bellany. Williatn Gillies and Joan Eardley.


I MACLAURIN ART GALLERY Rozelle House. Rozelle Park. 0292 445447. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—4pm.

The Way We live Until 4 Sept. Texts by Susan Sontag and pictures by Howard Hodgkin in a collaboration originally published in book form. Sontag‘s short story concerns the way a circle of friends deal with another‘s Aids diagnosis and Hodgkin's paintings express tragedy and pathos.

92 The List 19—25 August 1994