David Roberts DA: A Bicentenary Display Until 24 Nov. A fascinating look at the personal. public and artistic life of this rags-to-riches artist. featuring paintings. engravings. photographs. journals and memorabilia.

look, love And Follow Until I Dec. Subtitled ‘Prints and Medals of the Jacobite Cause'. this exhibition takes a fresh look at the famous historical conflict and asks what part the commemorative medals and published images of the Stewart family played in the Jacobites' cam ai n.

I TALBOT RICE GALLERY University of Edinburgh. ()ltl College. South Bridge. 650 22l I. Tue—Sat IOam—Spm.

In Balance Sat to Nov- l4 Dec.

Minimalist paintings by Kenneth Dirigwall.

I TOHRAHGE GALLERY 29b l)undas Street. 556 (i366. IVIt)”--I‘Tl I latti-(rptti; Sat I().3()am—4pm.

Family At Work Again Uritil 23 Nov. Water‘Colours. dry points and ceramic lustre ware by four members of the Spence Family.

I WASPS Patriothall. off Hamilton Place. 225 I289.

Open Day Sat Io Nov. I lam—(rpm. The studio throws open its doors to the public. with a chance to see the artists at work and buy the finished result.

I HUHTLY HOUSE MUSEUM H2 Canongate. 529 4 I43. Mon—Sat Il)am—6pm. Packed with historic ai'tefacts. this museum tells the story of Edinburgh‘s past and its people.

I MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD 42 High Street. 52‘) 4 I42. Mon—Sun I()am-()pm. All manner of archive material and old toys relating to childhood through the ages.

I PEOPLE’S STORY lo} Canongate. 52‘) 4057. Mon—Sat I()am—6pm. The sights. sounds and even smells of Edinburgh folk from the I8th century onwards.

I ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND 2 Chambers Street. 225 7534. Mon—Sat IOam—Spm (Tue until 8pm); Sun noon—5pm.

The Ivy Wu Gallery This new permanent gallery features a superb collection of artworks from China. Japan and Korea. with costumes. ceramics. furniture and prints.

Art 8: Industry An educational and fun interactive gallery that features everything from an Elton John stage suit to at Charles Rennie Mackintosh bookcase. plus the chance to step back in trrne and re-live the fashions. music and pastimes of the I950s. ()(Is. 70s and 80s.

I WRITERS’ MUSEUM Lady Stan’s Close. 529 490k Mon—Sat IOam—(ipm. A treasure-house of items relating to three of Scotland's most famous writers: Robert Louis Stevenson. Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott.


East Kilbride

I EAST KILDRIDE ARTS GEHTRE ()ld Coach Road. East Mains. ()I355 2(ii()()()_ Mon—Fri IOam— l()pm; Sat/Sun noon—10pm.

WDDUTDDS Stories Until 24 Nov. Ceramic sculptures and drawings by Rosann Cherubini exploring the nature of Celtic and Mediterranean storytelling.


I SMITH ART GALLERY 8: MUSEUM Duriibarton Road. ()I786 47 I‘)I7. Tue-Sat l0.30ani-5pm; Sun 2—5pni.

On The Net Until 30 Nov. An exhibition ofcomputer cartoons by Ann Shaw inspired by Eastern philosophy. Western literature. American graffiti and British humour. which can be seen on the Internet ( or at the gallery. printed on hand-tirade Japanese paper.

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Body Talk: ilokusai's woodblock print at Japanese wrestlers. on show at the recently opened ivy Wu Gallery at the lioyal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh


lectures are listed by city, then by date.


lnbetweener ('(‘.-\. Intll‘s of llte exhibition take place may l'rrda} arid Saturda} at |.l5piir.

Tight nope Dancers l-‘rr I5 Nm. I Iatrr. (ilasgotv I5iliii 'I'lieatre. Rose Street. The (iSA‘s Friday l".\ent Series features a discussion \\ itli artists. writers and cr Illv's from frame. Portugal and Scotland. as part of the ai'tists' exchange prograiiiiue ‘Pleased To Meet Yott'.

Marker .Iava Internet Cafe. Short artists talks to accompany the current e\Iiibitioir: Tue I‘) Nov. l. |5pitiz Mij Rolliera; Tue 20 Nov. |.l5pm: I)olllillie (‘Iarke Also ever} 'l‘ue/Wed. l‘ri/Sat. l)ettie I'I}IIII will be m the e\hrbiliori space relating the smiles behrrtd the photographs in her installation The Humour oi Hottnung 'l’ue 2t) Not. lpiii. (ilasgrm Royal ('oiicert Ilall. Sarrchieliall Street. 332 (ibis i. .-\riiietta Iloffriung. \\ ife of the late artist (ier‘ald. rises slides. recordings and films to share the wealth of her husbands original drawings and scores.

Patrick Dailly-Maitre-Grand Wed 27 Not- 7pm. Street l.e\el Gallery. The french photographer gives an insight into Ills \vor'k.


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(otriono Grant - Gory Rough - David Shrigley Andy Warhol - Keith Haring - Ed Ruuho - Peter Bloke ~ Helene Delprot - Douglas Gordon - Grohom Guuin


16 November 1996 - 5 January 1997


Two Points Di View I‘ll l5 Sm.

I2 ~15piii. I‘i‘ee National (iallery of Scotland. .-\ilsa Turner and Michael ('assrri look at the work of(’oiislable and Turner.

Kenneth Dingwall Sat lo Nth. 3 supra. Talbot Rice (ialler). The artist gives an introductory talk oti II|\ tree. work .-\ tour of the e\lirbittori v. ill take place on Wed III .\'ov. Ipiii.

Sunflowers and Blue Jar Mon is .\'o\'. I2.-I5pm. I‘ree. Scottish .\'attoii.rl (ialleiy of \Iotletri -\rl Ivori Ilrtclietis' “Ui'k corties under the \crtrtrtiv of Vittoria Keller

James III and Anne oi Denmark \Ved .‘o .‘u'ox. I2.~l.5ptir l-iee. Scottrslr National Portrait (iallety .-\II\.I 'l‘rrrirei gixes a talk on these too \\tlt'k\ attributed to Adrian \'arisori

Antiques lunch stun it .‘\'o\'. rpm. llalrrior'al Hotel. I’rittt cs Street. 550 24 H. [24.50 .»\ lixel) arid itifortriatnc talk by one of Phillips leading antiques experts Susan Rurtifitt. lollrmerl bx three-course IIIIIL‘II.

Anne Redpath Mon 25 .\'o\'. l2.-15ptri. l-i'ee, Scottish National (iallery of Modern .-\i‘t. I.riidsa_\ lirrriigtoii looks at the (iallei‘y's current e\lirbitilig artist.

Anne Erving, Mrs Duncan Stewart and Duncan Steward ot Ardsheal \Verl 27 Nov. l2.-15piri. liree. Scottish National Portrait (iallery. (irlly (iiettotr looks at the work of John Singleton (‘opley Richard \Vetl :7 Nov. (i.3(lpttl. Napier IliliYL'I'SlI} Marti lecture 'I'heatre. Marchiiiorit Road. 'l’ickets Iree front Portfolio (iallery Billmgliatri talks about his new photography e\Iirbitioii Ir’trv'x {I [true/r.


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