I STREET LEVEL 26 King Street. 552 2l5l. Mon—Sat lOant—5.30pm.

You Are Here Until 8 Jul. New colour photographs by Belfast-born artist John Duncan capturing the inner city life of his home town.

Michele Lazenby Until 8 Jul. Recent photographic work by Michele Lazenby who explores the panorama format with surprisingly intimate results. See lectures. I TRAMVIAY 25 Albert Drive. 227 55 I l. Wed-Sun noon—6pm. .

Big Eyes Small Window Until I4 Jul. Two exciting works by Dutch artist Niek Kemps. featuring a large-scale sculpture in which the viewer can sit as they look. and an installation of 50 boxes. each of which contains an item created by Kemps over the past fifteen years. Also on show, new work by former British Art Show exhibitor Ceal Floyer.

I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 28 King Street. 552 48 l 3. Tue—Sat I lam—5.30pm. Karen Kilimnik Until 29 Jun. New Yorker Kilimnik makes her Scottish debut with this new show looking at society‘s icons and how they affect the way we see ourselves.

Mere Jelly Tue 9—27 Jul. Paintings. sculpture. video. film and computer- generated imagery by six artists from Nottingham: Clair Chinnery. Stephen Craighill. Anthony Hall. Jez Noond. Irene Rogan and Denise Weston.

I ART GALLERY 8 MUSEUM, NELVIWROVE 22l 9600. Mon-Sat IOam—Spm; Sun [lam—5pm. Cafe. [D]. A wonderful pertnanent collection of work by such names as Rembrandt. Monet and Van Gogh. plus numerous historical artefacts. animal displays. ‘Wee Beasties‘ and an interactive display featuring a plethora of invertebrate animals. See galleries guide for current temporary exhibitions.

a. - I Play it again: French artist Tony Cassius shows work Inspired by the 605 Paris jazz scene in All That Jazz at Collins Gallery, Glasgow until Sat 6 Jul

I THE BURRELL COLLECTION 2060 Pollokshaws Road. 649 7 l 5 I. Pylon—Sat I0am-5pm; Sun I lam—5pm.

lynne Curran Until 6 ()ct. Work by contemporary tapestry weaver Lynne Curran. highlighting tapestry techniques over the past 2000 years. The artist will also be on hand to demonstrate and discuss the skills involved in the craft.

I MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Kelvin Hall. Dumbarton Road. 221 9600. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm; Sun I lam-5pm. A museum crammed with buses. trams. fire engines. ships and other transportation. devoted to the history of transport. Also on show. a display of motorcycles dating from the early part of the century to the present day. including the recently acquired Art Motorcycle.

Scottish Football Association Museum Trust Until 1997. Taster exhibition oftext. photographs and football memorabilia. leading up to the planned National Museum of Football at Hampden Park. I PEOPLE’S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. 22l 9600. Mon—Sat l0am—5pm: Sun Ham-5pm. [D]. Cafe. This well- loved institution is currently undergoing a facelift and is due to re-open in time for its centenary in I998. The first stage of the work has reached completion. and the new top floor features a l930s single-end house and a celebration of Glasgow‘s great visionaries.

I PROVAND’S LORDSHIP 3 Castle Street. 22I 9600. Mon-Fri l0am-5ptn: Still

I lam—5pm. The only surviving medieval house in Glasgow. built in l47l. Period room displays range from 1500—I9I8.

I ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART 2 Castle Street. 22l 9600. Mon-Sat I0am—5pm; Sun I lam—5pm. Free. [D]. A museum of world faith. featuring a zen garden. priceless art works from the world’s six major religions. Dali’s C hrist OfSuiitI Jolm Oj'T/w C mss and the story of religion in Scotland through words and pictures.

The Flower: 0t Faith Until 2t Jun. A

display highlighting how flowers and floral art are used III religious worship in Glasgow.

Hinduism l‘ntil 4 Aug. A celebration of Hindu art and worship. exploring the history of Hinduism in the city of (ilasgow.

I SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 429 I202. Mon—Sat l0am-5pm; Stilt 2--5pm. Cafe. [D]. Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now home to archive material on education in Scotland frotu I872 onwards. Reconstructed classrooms give a flavour of Victorian. Edwardian. World War II and l960s school days.

Maisie The Cat Sat 6 Jul 25 Aug. Aileen Paterson's kill-wearing cat decorates the museum walls.

I SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Atlas Square. 557 l-I05. Mon—Fri l0.30am-5pm; Sat Want—4.30pm; Stilt 2—5pm. [D]. Springburn Retrospective Until 5 Oct. A nostalgic look at how Springburn. Glasgow and the world has changed over the past ten years.

I BOURNE FINE ART 6 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon—Fri I0am -6pm; Sat l0am-~lpm.

20th Century Scottish Watercolours Until 6 Jul Paintings by Anne Redpath. Charles ()ppenheimcr. William Gillies. Robert Burns and more. Plus textile panels by Marianne More-Gordon created for Scotland's first children's hospice in Kinross.

I CALTON GALLERY l0 Royal Terrace. 556 l0l0. Mott—Fri l0am-opm: Sat l0am—-lpm.

Mixed Exhibition t’ntil l7 .lttl. A wide selection of work by Scottish. British and liuropean artists. including Salli Bough. D. Y. Cameron. Ii C. B. Cadell. S. J. Peploe. Sir Day itl Murray and Aleksander '/..yw.

I CAMEO CINEMA Home Street. 228 JHI. Daily l2.30pm—late.

Andrew Mackenzie Until 30 Jtrtt. New work by Edinburgh-based artist Andrew Mack’enzie.

Karen Ann Ferguson i‘Il 5--22 Jul. New line art textiles by this Glasgow-based artist who employs a diverse range of media to produce unusual results.

I CITY ART CENTRE Market Street. 529 3993. Mon—Sat l0am—5.30pm.

The Borrowed Image Until 29 Jun. An exhibition by eight British contemporary artists who ‘bort'ow‘ elements of work by other artists including Michelangelo. Rembrandt. Picasso and Jackson Pollock. to create their own interesting and innovative results. See rey iew.

Bodella Purves: Botanical Paintings Until l3 Jill. Based in Edinburgh. Purves is one of the leading botanical artists currently working in Britain. Spanning twenty years. this exhibition features over 70 of her fittest paintings. as well as a brief history of botanical illustration and its relevance to science today.

The Homes 0t Football Until 20 Jul. Award-winning photographer Stuart Clarke documents the changing face of football grounds as they evolve from standing terraces to all-seater stadiums. capturing the fans. teams and venues of Scottish clubs across the country. Watermarks Until 20 Jul. A selection of historical and contemporary watercolours from the Gallery‘s permanent collection. featuring works by McTaggart. Gillies. Bough and Blackadder.

I CITYLAB 35 Dundas Street. 556 7822. Mon-Fri 9am—5pm.

In Partnership With Design Until 30 Aug. Work by award-winning freelance commercial photographers Stephen Kearney and Paul Watt. featuring still lifes. portraits and panoramic landscapes. I CENTRAL LIBRARY George IV Bridge. 443 0946. Mon-Fri 9am—9pm; Sat

9am— 1 pm.

Atlld Beelies Until 22 Jul. An exhibition celebrating I00 years ofcinema in Edinburgh.

Lite Drawings Wed 3—30 Jul. Work by members of the Tuesday night life drawing group. on show in the Fine Art Library.

I COLLECTIVE GALLERY 22—28 Cockburn Street. 220 I260. Tue-Sat l lam—5.30pm. Big Girl, Little Girl Sat 29 Jun—20 Jul. Mixed-media work by Chantal Joffe. Ingrid Mourreau and David Shrigley. Plus in the Project Room. paintings by Andrew Grassie entitled ‘Newtonmore No More' (until 6 Jul) and ‘Poke'. a collection of paintings by Krista Edlund (9 -20 Jul).

I CONTACT GALLERY Grindlay Court Centre. Grindlay Street Court. 221 072l. Mon—Thurs I0am~4pm; Fri mam—2.30pm.

Clowning About Mon 8—30 Jul. Colourful drawings based on images ofclowns. created during workshops led by artist Michael Lyons with members of the Grindlay Court Day Centre for adults with learning disabilities.

I THE EDINBURGH GALLERY l8a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon-Fri Ham-5pm; Sat l0am—lpm.

Romantic Visions Until 2 Jul. An artistic view of romance by three painters: John Cunningham. Andrew Fitzpatrick and Norma McLean.

I EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS WORKSHOP 23 Union Street. 557 2479. Tue—Sat l0am—6pm.

Islands Sat 29 Jun—27 Jul. The I996 Printmakers Members Show features every aspect of this diverse media. Taking the theme of islands (both home and abroad) as their starting point. each artist has submitted a poem. or line of poetry. to show alongside their work. illustrating the inspiration behind their image.

I FIRTH GALLERY 35 William Street. 225 2 I96. Tue-Fri I lam—5pm; Sat llam—4pm.

Andrew Walker Until 6 Jul. New oil and water paintings by artist Andrew Walker. capturing Border landscapes. gardens. still lifes. portraits and interiors.

I THE FRUITMARKET GALLERY 29 Market Street. 225 2383. Tue-Sat 9am—5.30pm: Sun noon—5pm.

Lisa Milroy and Yoko Terauchi Until 27 Jul. Travel paintings of Tokyo. Kyoto. Rotne and London by Milroy. and a site- specific installation by Terauchi.

I GALLERY 41 4| Dundas Street. 557 4569. Mon-Fri l0am~5.30pm; Sat 10am—5pm.

Mixed Exhibition Until 10 Jul. Paintings by Bob Batchelor. Frank Docherty. Brian Keany. Fiona Macintyre. Douglas Phillips. Valerie Sadler. Ondine Smith and Ian McKay. plus contemporary jewellery by Leith Fotheringham. Mary Graham. Sarah Graveson. Nick Hubbard and Caroline Temple.

I HANOVER FINE ARTS 22a Dundas Street. 556 2181. Mon—Fri l0.30am—6pm: Sat l0am—4pm.

Hunterian Art Gallery

University of Glasgow

We Got Rhythm

Images of Music & Dance

1 lune - 3 August 1996 (closed 12 -15 July) Mon - Sat 9.30 - 5.00pm

Admission Free

0141-330 5431

Extended public access supported with funds from Glasgow City Council

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