THE HIGHLAND TRADITIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL
HIGHLAND TRADITIONAL V1: 153% (19,836? MUSIC FESTIVAL ""“”‘“”‘D
11 IE FLEADH CIUIL, BHAILE CHAIL
30 June, 1 & 2 July 1995 DINGWALL, ROSS & CROMARTY
- Friday 30th
The INCREDIBLE FLING BAND (as seen on BBC TV Hamish MacBeth) 8.30pm dance in Dingwall Town Hall £6.
0 Saturday lst
MARTIN HAYES renowned fiddler from County Clare, Ireland. Masterclass £7 on Saturday pm & in concert with CEILIDH IN THE KITCHEN (Hamish & Maggie Moore, Ishbell MacAskill, Mairi Campbell, Dave Francis + step dancers) 7.30pm £7. THE SPORTING PADDIES open session Sat lst 9pm Royal Hotel, free.
. Sunday 2nd
The SMOKING STONE BAND from Orkney. JIM HUNTER from Glenuig FEISTY BESOMS Easter Ross women’s singing group 7.30pm £6 in Royal Hotel.
0 ACCOMODATION: details from Ross & Cromarty Tourist Board, North Kessock Tel. 01463, 731505.
0 TICKETS: from Maitland Music, George St, Dingwall from
lst June. Tel. 01349 863191. Cheques payable to the
Highland Traditional Music Festival. Concessions 20%
(all info correct at time of printing).
0 INFORMATION: General, Rob Gibson, Tel. 01349 830388 or Fax 830599. Masterclass & Workshops, Chrissie Stewart, Tel. 01463 703509
Subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council and assisted by Ross & Cromarty District Council
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Edinburgh College of Art Summer School in action. Choose from life drawing. watercolour painting.
printmaking. photography and bronze casting. 7-25 August from 2180-2205 per week.
Call 0131 221 6111 lor full details.
' photographers use the camera to
cotnmand their own truths and to invert
their own fictions.
I STUDIO ONE 10 Stafford Street. 220
i 5812. Mon---Sat 10am~5..~0ptn. Mixed Exhibition Until 1 .llll. lland-
I printed textiles including wall hangings.
ties. scarves and waistcoats by designers
Sharon Ting. Neil Bottle and Fiona l.avfield. all of which are for sale.
' I TALBOT RICE GALLERY The University
of lidinburgh. ()ld College. South Bridge.
(>50 2211. Tue-Sat l0am--5pm.
Doug Cocker Until 24 Jun. ()ne of Scotland's foremost sculptors presents his
first comprehensive solo exhibition since 1087. Continuing on the theme of socio- political issues and including over ()0
drawings for sculpture. scale models and
photo-doeumentation of his many publicly
I TOHRANCE GALLERY 29b I)undas
Street. 556 (>366. Mon—Sat 1 1am-6pm. Changing Seasons Until 24 Jun. An
. exhibition of work by Sylvia Allen.
I WASPS Patriot Hall. Hamilton Place. 3 225 128‘). '1‘ue--Fri 57-7pm; Sat 2—5pm.
Susan Woods Until 23 Jun: Wed—Sun 11am—5pm. An exhibition of new
paintings. See preview.
. I MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD 42 High Street. 225 2424. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.
All manner of archive material and old toys relating to childhood through the ages. The museum's newest residents are two young boys in the form of an 8ft fibreglass and wood sculpture by award-
winning Graham 1bbeson.
I ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND 2 Chambers Street. 22.< 7534. Mon-Sat 10am~5pmz Sun noon-5pm. The museum will stay open until 8pm every Tuesday
until 2‘) August. . I SCOTTISH UNITED SERVICES MUSEUM
lidinburgh Castle. 225 7534. Mon-Sat
l).30am—5.3()pm; Sun Ham—5.30pm. Free. but there is an admission charge for
For Your Freedom And Ours: Poland,
; Scotland and the Second World War
Many Polish soldiers came to Scotland in the 40s. Their mark is left in this
1 exhibition of uniforms. insignia and
' equipment. as well as drawings. prints and other personal material.
I IRONWOHKS GALLERY Summerlee Heritage Trust. West Canal Street. 01236
, 4312(i1..‘\1on—Sun 10am—5pm. ; Harry Benson Until 2 Jul. Glasgow-born. i America-based photographer Harry
Benson has captured the lives of the rich
' and famous for more than 30 years. From the Beatles” first tour of the US. to
President Clinton anti family. the exhibition comprises 50 photos spanning the 60s to present day.
I EAST KILBHIOE ARTS CENTRE Old Coach Road. 013552 61000. Mon—Sat 10am—10pm; Sun noon—10pm.
The Four Seasons — work from Upper
g Springland Until 2 Jul. Paintings by Jason
Dailly and ceramics by Andrew Adair.
I CALLENOAII HOUSE Callendar Park. 01324 612134. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pnr
A Keek In The Wardrobe Sat 17 Jun—3O Sept. A selection of costutnes from the mid 19th century to the 1960s.
Lectures are listed by city, then by date.
Taking Form Fruitmarket Gallery. Sat 17 and 24 Jun. 2pm. Free. Gallery talks by exhibiting artists Gerard Williams ( 17 Jun) and David Conneam (24 Jun). in connection with the Iii/ring Form
; exhibition. The Vision After The sermon National
Gallery of Scotland. Fri 16 Jun. 12.45pm. Free. Paul Gauguin's work is discussed by
% Frances Fowle. The Cardin Team Scottish National 3 Gallery of Modern Art. Mon 1‘) Jun.
12.45pm. Free. Victoria Keller discusses Robert Delauney's work.
In The Frame Scottish National Portrait Gallery. Wed 21 Jun. 12.45pm. Free. A discussion by Ian Gow.
Two Landscapes By Van Gogh National Gallery of Scotland. Fri 23 Jun. 12.45pm. Free. A talk by Gilly Gretton.
Visions And Hallucinations Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Mon 20 Jun. 12.45pm. Free. A talk by Siobhan Dougherty.
Face To Face: 20th Century Portraits Scottish National Portrait Gallery. Wed 28 Jun. 12.45pm. Free. A talk by Geraldine Prince.
Trust Weekend Tramway. 17— 18 Jun. noon-midnight. Day tickets £20 (£10); weekend tickets £35 (£15). Screenings. discussions and contributions by artists and curators involved in the gallery's Trust exhibition. Tickets available from the Ticket Centre. Candleriggs and all Ticketl.ink box offices. ()l-Il 227 551].
54 The List 16-29 Jun 1995