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Building down under: St Andrew’s Beach House by Australian architects. Katsalidis, part of the exhibition Out or The Shadows: Aspects oi Antipodean Architecture at Edinburgh’s BIAS until Fri 14 Jun


Inspired new jewellery by (iillian Finlay who works iii a variety of precious metals tllltl .sltitlcs.

Mixed Exhibition l'ntil ‘) .\lay. (‘olourful watercolours by talented young artist Claudia Petretti. a recent collection of small. colourful and intimate still life and landscape oils by Ann Patrick. and ceramic figure sculptures by Walter Awlson.

Mixed Exhibition Sat it so .\lay. Paintings by John Brown. piints by Linda Farquharson. ~my t-llery by Kathie Murphy and crafts by Alan Bain, Alex Leckie and David Taylor.

I PATISSERIE FLORENTIN S St (iiles Street. 225 6307. Daily 7am ilpiii (midnight 'I'htirst 2am I‘ll/Sill).

Seven l'ntil .‘~ .ltiii. 'l‘wo series of black and white photographs taken on industrial sites by Toni Keene. exploring notions of construction and deconstruction.

I PORTFOLIO GALLERY 43 (7andlemakei‘ Row. 22‘) WI I. Inc Sat noon 5.30pm. Gone To Earth I'ntil lb .‘ylay. large. colour photographic works by Helen Sear based on childhood memories of the countryside and animals. exploring man's decreasing relationship with all things natural as technology develops.

I ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN lnyei‘leith House. Inverleitli Row. 552 717 l. Mon‘Sun ltiain 5pm.

Garden First Sat ll May 2 Jun The work of fifty artists. including Jill/.abetli

Blackaddei'. Jack Knox and John Ilotlstoli.

who were invited by Scotlaiids (iai'dcn Scheme to paint one of tile many beautilul

gardens around the country which opeti under the scheme.

bioSCIEHCE in Scotland tintil M Aug. lnteractive‘s the name of the game at this science and technology exhibition. featuring computer displays. videos. .i-l) models and hands-on exhibits.

I RIAS 15 Rutland Square. 22‘) 75-15. Mon-i‘ri ‘)am 5pm.

Out Of The Shadows: Aspects oi Antipodean Architecture t’ntil 14 .lnn. The Royal Incorporation of :‘srchitects In Scotland play host to Scotland's first exhibition dedicated to contemporary Australian architecture.

I ROYAL OVER-SEAS HOUSE Landings Gallery. 100 Princes Street. 225 1501. Mons-Sun lilam 6pm.

Robert White I‘ntil 28 Jun. .-\ series of still life paintings featuring fruit. flesh and clothing. designed by the artist to make the viewer ‘question the picture'.

I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY Princes Street. 225 ()(‘7I. Mon-Sat |()ain 5pm; Sun 2-5pm. ilfitl (75p).

170th Annual Exhibition l‘ntil () lttl. Paintings. sculpture. prints and architecture by some of Scotland‘s most prominent living artists. on show alongside invited works by young contemporary Scottish artists.

I THE SCOTTISH GALLERY lb l)tintias Street. 558 I200. Mon ‘I‘ri ltiani (ipm: Sat Illiliil-A-iplll.

Ann Dram I'ntil 2‘) May. (‘olourful new mixed media paintings by artist :\nn ()i'am.

TO Years Crafts I‘ntil 2‘) .\lay. .-\ii exhibition celebrating ten years of applied arts at the Scottiin (iallei'y. featuring the



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work of over 7() artists.

I SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART Belfoi‘d Road. 556 892 I. Mon Sat ltlam 5pm; Sun llani Spin. An impressive collection of 20th century art. including works by Picasso. .‘ylatisse. Henry Moore. Hockney and Bellany. plus a recently acquired selection of Dada arid Surrealist paintings by Salyador l)a|i. Paul Devaux and Picasso.


Queen Street. 556 >102]. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2 5pm. A sttiiitiiiig collection of portraits of famous faces from the loth century to present day. plus the national photography collection.

I STILLS 23 ('ockburn Street. 22* ‘).\'7(i. Tue -l-‘ri llaiii (iptil; Sat llaiii 5pm. Jonas Mekas Sat -l May S .Iun. Work by one of the driving forces behind New York‘s alternative filiii culture from the I‘)5()s-S(ls. .\lekas extracts single frames from his filtiis aiid manipulates them to create a kind of no mans land between film and photography. See preview.

I 21 COATES CRESCENT West Iind. Info: (ibl 7064. l‘ri -Sun lilam ()plli.

Susan Woods tit-i 3 6 May. Recent paintings by Susan Woods on show. for one weekend only. in the rather unusual setting of a business property which is soon to be let.

I TALBOT RICE GALLERY l'niversity of I'Zdinburgh. ()ld College. South Bridge. (>50 22l 1. Mon Sat 10am 5pm.

Human Circus Sat ll May is Jun. A retrospective of prints spanning

I073 I‘)‘)5 by ()rkney artist Robert Shaw. inspired by life on the island and the human condition.

I GEORGIAN HOUSE " ('liarlottc Square. 225 2loil. .\lon Sat lilani 5pm; Sun

2 5pm. See how the other half Il\ ed in this elegant lStIi century New 'I'own dwelling.

I GLADSTONE'S LAND law iiiiiaikcl. Royal .\lile. 22o 5S5o. .‘yloii Sat

lilaiii 5pm; Sun 2 5pm .\ supeib example of home life in 17th centttiy Old Town lidinbui'gli.

I HUNTLY HOUSE MUSEUM H2. (‘aiiongate. 52‘) 41-13. .\loii Sal

Illam opiii. I’i'ee. Packed with historic artefacts. this museum tells the story of lidinburgli's past aiid its people.

I MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD 42 High Street. 52‘) 4 H2. .\loii Stiii Illani (ipni. I'rec. :\II manner of arcliiy e material and old toys relating to childhood llliotigli the

Captain Pugwash Until l2 May. The original artwork ofcartoonist John Ryan. creator of the popular television series and books.

I PEOPLE’S STORY lb} C‘anongate. 52‘) 4057. Mon—Sat l()aiii—()pin. Free. The sights. sounds and even smells of Edinburgh folk from the lbth century onwards.

I ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND 2 C‘haiiibers Street. 225 7534. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm (Tue until 8pm): Sun noon—5pm.

Art 8i Design A brand new gallery dedicated to exploring how and why items are made. featuring such wide-ranging y exhibits as an Elton John stage suit. a l‘)7()s Afghan coat. a Charles Rennie Mackintosh bookcase and a modern oil can transformed into a lamp. There's also the chance to step back in time and t'e-live the fashions. music and pastimes of the l‘)5()s. (ills. 7()s and SOs.

I WRITERS MUSEUM Lady Stair's Close. 529-100]. Mon-Sat ltlam—(ipm. Free. A treasure-house of items relating to three of Scotland's most famous writers: Robert Louis Stevenson. Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott.



I DICK INSTITUTE Iiliiibank Avenue. ()ISM 520401. Mon ~I"ri IOam-Spm; Wed/Sat lilam 5pm.

Exchange Until li May. A collaborative exhibition between the Institute and lidinburgh's (‘ollective (iallery. featuring thirteen young artists who offer a wide cross section of mixed media work being generated in Scotland today.


I MACROBERT ART CENTRE l’niversity of Stirling. (H786 467163. The Sat

liam —5pm.

A Sense or Place lll tintil 24 May. A diverse collection ofcontemporary art by the Scottish Society of Artists. exploring notions of tiatioiial heritage.


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Hamish Montgomery Mon 13 l5 May. 7.3(lpiii. I.illie Art (iallery. Lectures and workshops with the (iallery's current exhibiting artist. Also. a (iallery tottr on Mon l5 at I laiii and 2..‘y(lpiii.


A Druidicai Ceremony i-‘ri _‘~ May. l2.-15piii. l‘ii'ee. National Gallery of Scotland. .-\ilsa 'I'ui'iier looks at this work by Noel Ilallc.

A Portrait Group .\lotl (i .\lay. l3.-1.<pni. l'l‘ce. Scottish National (ialleiy of Modern .~\t‘l. I.l/ Rideal looks at [he wink of James (‘owie

Sell-Portrait \\'ed S May. l2.-15pni. I‘ree. Scottish National l’oiti'ait (iallery. Patsy ('alilpbell looks at the work of William Yt'IIthIL'L‘S.

Giving The Orders it. It) May. l2.-15pltl. National Gallery of Scotland. l-‘i‘ee. .-\niiabel 'I‘Iionias giy es a talk.

Villa Sur La Route .\lon I3 .‘ylay. l2.~15plil. Iii‘ee. Scottish National Gallery of Modern .-\i't. Robiii Iiaillie discusses this work by Jean I)ubuffet.

A Portrait Of Adam Smith \vetl l5 .‘ylay. l2..15pin. l‘i‘ee. Scottish National Portrait Gallery. Nicholas l’hillipsoii giyes a talk.

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