Glasgow. is undergoing a iiiaioi' regeneration process. with Bilbaos progress being seen as a benchmark in setting goals for (ilasgow's inn—up to 1999.

I ORIGINAL PRINT SHOP 25 King Street. 552 1394. Mon Sat 10am 5 30pm Original Prints On A Glasgow Theme trail 2 Sept. .»\n til‘lilll'lllllll} to buy some original art work at a ieasonable piice. including beautiful cit) \C.ll‘L'\. etchings ol (ilasgow closes and leneiiients .iiid ‘. ie'ws ol‘the (‘l_\de.

I PRACTICE GALLERY 58 Virginia Sheet. 552 7722. Tue/Wed ‘lttllhl‘l‘lll. Thurs 11am “l‘m; 1‘i'i/Sal‘latii (‘l‘lii

Ruth Addinall l'iilil 31 .-\ug. .-\n exhibition of figurative paintings. detailing people and landscapes w hich play an intrinsic pail lll the rituals oi everyday life.

Morna Simpson Sat 2 Sept 5 (let .-\ new exhibition ol~ light-hearted pliotoinontages.

I PROJECT ABILITY 18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon -1~'ri 10am 5pm.

Alex Crolla and Matthew Healey in l SCPI ‘IS ()L‘l. New Images c‘l't‘dlt‘tl following an artists exchange to lsaiiaa. l‘inland.

I STREET LEVEL 26 King Street. 552

2151. Mon—Sat 10am 5.30pm

Dark Light l'ntil 2 Sept. .-\ii e\liibition of photography by David 1.evinthal. drawing heavily on the language of liliii and Hollywood's images of lll}‘llllc‘ x\iiierica. Photoworks l’ntil 2 sepi. largescalc monochromatic works by Danish photographer 1.isbet Nielsen.

I TRAMWAY 25 Albert Drive. 22-7 5511 Mon-Sun noon-6pm.

Dark Lights Sat 2- 24 Sept. lixciting new work by four Glasgow-based artists. who use moving images. photography and sculpture to give new meanings to laiiiiliar actions.

I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 2s King Street. 552 ~1813.'1'ue~Sat Ilttlll‘s5llplll. Map of the Sewer Mon i-Sti sepi. Glasgow-based artist and cartoonist David Shrigley's first solo show observes the world and throws new light on the



Dark Lights at Tramway aims to bring performing and visual artists together in Scotland. The visual arts programme includes four new commissions from artists based in Glasgow. Tramway’s Charles Esche talks about his hopes for this new season:

‘To a degree we listen to responses all the time but I think the arguments against us concerning Trust were actually pretty weak.

‘Our job is to get people to overcome a lack of imagination about art. Rather than confirming the situation as it exists, our role is to provide a platform for alternative ways of thinking. We do think about the audience but we are not entirely audience led. Tramway is a space where people can think and give their imaginations freedom. Such spaces need to be defended because they are very important culturally.

“Glasgow has some of most

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innovative and ingenious artists in Europe and that puts us in a privileged position. We want the people in Glasgow who are not artists to come with an open mind and ask themselves questions.

‘The linking of visual arts with performance in Dark Lights came from the artists themselves. It wasn’t dreamed up by administrators who thought it would be a good idea to throw some dancers in with some painters, that would be disastrous. It seems that artists are finding the divisions between disciplines less and less necessary and there’s a demand for spaces that don’t feel precious about their particular art forms.’ (Gill Roth)

Dark Lights Visual Arts Programme: Jonathan Monk until 15 Sept, John Shankie until 25 Sept, Stephanie Smith and Edward Stewart 17-25 Sept. Call 0141 227 5429 for details.

mundane. including .i lantastic large-scale model of a Walnut Whip in "The Doors of (‘onl'ectionf

enquiry desk.


Dumbarton Road. 221 9600. Mon—Sat

l0am~5piii; Sun 11am—5pm. A museum

I ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE 221 9on0. Mon Sill 10am» 5pm; Sun 11am 5pm. (‘ale [1)]. Voluntary guides are available free of charge to conduct parties or individuals round the main galleries. Ask at the


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crammed with buses. trains. lire engines. ships and other transportation. devoted to the history of transport.

Scottish Football Association Museum Trust Until 1997. Taster exhibitions of text. photographs and football memorabilia. leading up to the planned National Museum of Football at Hampden

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and the story of religion in Scotland ; through words and pictures.

exhibition highlighting the range and beauty ofobjects used in religious

celebrating the common goals of different

i I SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street.-129 1202. Mon—Sat

5 Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh

of Victorian. Edwardian. World War 11 and 1960s schooldays.

Exploring tenement life in Glasgow. an exhibition featuring reconstructions ofa

watercolours depicting his childhood

I PEOPLE’S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. 221 9600. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. [D]. Cafe. This well- loved institution is currently undergoing a facelift which promises to make it more relevant to Glasgow people. the city and its history. The new-look Palace should be ready by 1998. in time for its centenary. I PROVANO’S LOROSRIP 3 Castle Street. 221 9600. Mon—Fri l()aiii»-»5pni; Sun

1 lain—5pm. The only surviving medieval house in Glasgow. built in 147 I. Period rooni displays range from 1500-1918.

I ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART 2 Castle Street. 221 9600. Mon~Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. Free. [1)]. A museum of world faith. featuring a zen garden. priceless art works from the world's six major religions. Dali's ('lirist (if'SuiIiI ./()/lll (iii/1e Cross

The Threads Of Faith Until 3 Sept. An

worship in Glasgow's churches. and

Christian denominations in the city.

10am-5pm; Stiii 2—5pm. Cafe. [1)].

and now home to archive material on education in Scotland from 1872 onwards. Reconstructed classrooms give a flavour

I SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Atlas Square. 557 1405. Mon—~1“ri 10.30am—5pm; Sat l0am~~l30pin; Sun 2—5pm. [1)].

The Tenement Folk Until 31 Jan 1996.

tenement kitchen. a back court. a 19205 school room and a cludgie. or shared water closet. They are based on photographs by 83-year-old former Glasgow Corporation architect Andrew Lillie. who is also exhibiting 26




I IRONWORKS GALLERY Summerlee Heritage Trust, West Canal Street. Mon—Sun 10am—5pm.

Monklands Memories Until 29 Get. An exhibition of archive material and photographs spanning 150 years of life and industiy within Monklands District.


I PITTENCRIEFF HOUSE MUSEUM Pittencrieff Park. 01383 722935. Mon—Sun (not Tue) 1 lain-5pm.

the sixth Dunfermline District Arts Festival. a collection of works on paper

Popular. Music Theatre Visual Arts

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