mainly of anintals.

Deborah Fladgate Mon 9 J tin—2 Jul. Contemporary glassware by Deborah Flad yate.

Gor on Burnett Mon 9 Jun—2 Jul. Timepieces by Gordon Burnett.


5 I.otl1ian Road. 22‘) ll42. Mon~ Sat l()am—4pm; Tue 6—8 tn.

Walking With Cuth ert Utttil 16 Aug. An exhibition of the life of St Cuthbert and a photographic display of the ministry of St Cuthbert’s Parish Church today.


University of Edinburgh. ()ld College. South Bridge. 650 22] l. Tue—Sat l()am—5pm.

William Johnstone - A Centenary Exhibition Sat 7 Jun—6 Jttl. An exhibition celebrating l()() years since the birth of this seminal Scottish abstract painter.


2‘)b Dundas Street. 556 6366. Mon—Sat l lam—6ptti.

Sylvia Allen Until 3| May. Both indoor and outdoor subjects front this colourist and expressionist paittter.


7—‘) Bell‘s Brae. Dean Village. 225 382‘). Daily ll)atn--6pm.

The Artist As Voyager Until 7 Jun. Paintings. prints and drawings by Richard Demarco. The prints have a maritime theme to coincide with The [indent-um- 's circumnavigation of the British Isles.



7 Charlotte Square. 225 2l6(). Mon—Sat l()am—5pm; Stm 2—7-5pm. Open until 3| ()ct. An l8th century house showing life itt Edinburgh's elegant New Town.


477b High Street. 226 5856. Mott—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2——5pm. Open until 3| ()ct. Cotnpleted in I620 and now refurbished as a home in Iidinburgh's Old Town of the period.


I42 Canongate. 52‘) 4143. Mon-Sat l()am-—6pm. Packed with historic artefacts. this museum tells the story of Edinburgh's past and its people.


42 High Street. 52‘) 4l42. Mon Sun l()am~6pttt. All ntantter of archive material attd old toys relating to childhood through the ages.

PEOPLE'S STORY I63 Canongale. 52‘) 4057. Mon- Sat l()attt~6pm. The sights. sounds and even smells of Iidittburgh folk from the l8tl1 century onwards.


2 Chambers Street. 225 7534. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm (Tue until 8pm); Sun noon—Spur

Art 8: Industry An educational attd ftm interactive gallery that features everything frotn an Elton John stage suit to at Charles Rennie Mackintosh bookcase. plus the chance to step back in time and re-Iive the fashions. music and pastimes of the l‘)50s. 60s. 70s and 80s.

The Ivy Wu Gallery This new. permanent gallery features a superb collection of artworks frotn China. Japan attd Korea. with costumes. ceramics. furniture and prints. many of which are on show for the first time.

Shibata Zeshin Until 1 ()ct. In the Ivy Wu Gallery. a collection of very rare Japanese lacquerware by one of the greatest exponents. Shibata Zeshin. This display presents over 7() of his fittest works frotn the collection of Nasser I). Khalili.

Objects Of Our Time Until 8 Jun. To celebrate the silver jubilee of the Crafts Council. a display of work from 6() people at the forefront of contemporary applied arts including ceramics. furniture. textiles. wood. glass. book arts. metal work. jewellery. and machine-knitted wool chairs.

Beauty And The Banknote Until 2‘) Jtttt. An exhibition looking at images of women on paper money which ltas become a traditional feature in design across the world after the Bank of England first adopted a small figure of Britannia over 300 years ago. Matty of the bank notes are small works of art and this exhibition explores the scope and significance of these on paper money.

Scottish Ceramics Today Sat Until l3 Jttl. ()rganised with the Scottish Potters Association. a display of today's best ceramic work with thirteen selected artists producing work specially for this show.


Lady Stair’s Close. 52‘) 4‘)()l. Mott—Sat 10am—6pm. A treasure-house of items relating to three of Scotland's most famous writers: Robert Louis Stevenson. Robert Burns attd Sir Walter Scott.




Bathgate Sports Centre. Balbardie Park of Peace. Bath rate. Daily ‘)am --8pm. Charlotte Ca ZOWTIturs l-v3t) .ltm. New work by ceratnicist Charlotte Cadzow exploring the themes of ancient mythology and the art of storytelling. Her work is greatly inspired by the Viking world. exploring the role of animals as the symbolic guardians of ancient peoples and aspects of their social lives. Her interpretation reflects an interest iii the kinships and characteristics we share with animals today.

EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS WORKSHOP Celebrating 30 years of Edinburgh Printmakers

TRIPME 1967 XXX 1997

A selection of exciting new works by our members

Until Sat 28 June 1997 Tuesday - Sat 10am - 6pm

23 Union Street, Edinburgh EH1 3LR Tel 0131 557 2479


PERTH MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY 78 George Street. ()l738 632488. Mott—Sat l()am~5 1111.

Festival Art Exhi ition Until 14 June. Paintings. drawings. tapestry. sculpture. photography and printmaking by four artists who were all raised in Perth. The artists featured are John Hunter. Duncan Robertson. Sttsatt Mowatt and Arratt Ross. PUI'I ()[illlt’ I’t'I'I/I Ft'slit'u/ ()fT/It' xlrls.

lectures &



Russell Crotty Tue l()Jut1. 7pm. Transmission Gallery. A talk by the artist currently exhibiting at the gallery. See Glasgow galleries.


Richard Murphy Architects Thurs 2‘) May. 6pm. Tlte Matthew Gallery. A lecture on the work of this practice who are currentlyexhibiting at the gallery. Curating Exhibitions: From Private Thought To Public View Fri 30 May. 7.30pm. Main Council Chamber. ()ld Regional Building. High Street. Tickets frotn the Centre for Continuing Iiducation. 650 4400 and the University of Iitlinburgh Centre. 7 ll Nicolson Street. The Town and Gown lecture given by liil/abeth (‘ow ling from the Department of line Art on curatittg art exhibitions.

The Assumption Of The Virgin Fri 30 May. l2.45pm. National Gallery of Scotland. Mattltew Wellat'd talks abottl Francois Boucher's paitttittg.

Dr George Dodd Sat 31 May. 2pm. CollectiveGallery. A talk by Dr George

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Dodd. an expert in smell who is currently working with Clara Ursitti with her exhibtion at the gallery.

Ian Hamilton Finlay Mon 2 Jun. 12.45pm. Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Robin Baillie discusses the work of Ian Hamilton I-‘inlay.

James Hogg: A Bit Of The Other Wed 4 Jttn. l2.45ptn. Scottish National Portrait Gallery. A talk by Alan Freeman.

Video Screening Wed 4 Jun. l2.30pm. City Art Centre. A programme of videos relating to the theme of the current exhibition. Roots: The Afrrcan Inheritance ltt Scotland.

Port na Curachan, Iona Fri 6 Jun. l2.45pm. National Gallery of Scotland. Patsy Campbell talks about William Bell Scott‘s paintittg.

Landscapes Of The Mind Sal 7—Sun 8 .lun. 3pm. £l.5(). The liilmhottse. Two screening of Bill \"iola's tnost recent single work. together with three earlier classics. See Iidinburgh Galleries for \I'iola's current exhibition at the I-‘rttitttiarket Gallery.

Open Day Stilt 8 .ltttt. l--6pttt. The Iidinburgh Sculpture Workshop. 25 Hawthornvale. Newhaven. To celebrate ten years of the workshop. an exhibition of the members work. video and slide shows. demonstrations attd workshops Red Painting, July 25 1963 Mon 9 Jun. I2.45pnt. Scottish National Gallery Of Modertt Art. Patrick Heron's painting is discussed by Ken Neil.

Colonial Style In Pakistan: Alexander To Queen Victoria Tue to Jun. 7.30pm. ()ut ()f The Nomads Tent. A talk given by Warwick Ball.

Francis Horner Wed ll .lun. 12.45pm. Scottish National Portrait Gallery. David Mackie discussed this painting by Sir Henry Raeburtt.

: Melancholia l‘t‘i l3 .lllll. l2.45pm.

National Gallery of Scotland A talk on l.ucas ('rattaclt's work by Stephen



FLORA OF CHINA last day - Sunday 1 June

FROM AMERICA 21 June - 27 July

Richard Tuttle

NEW FROM NEW YORK 9 August - 5 October

TH EORIES or THE DECORATIVE Abstraction and Ornament in Contemporary Painting

Philip Taafle, Inga Mel/er, Beatriz Milhazes, Fabian Marcaccio, Leslie Wayne, juan Usle, David Reed

FROM ENGLAND 18 October - 30 November

Roger Ackling

work experience programme in contemporary art tel - 0131 552 7171 ask for Suzanne Dunn / Paul Nesbitt



30 May~12 Jun l997 THE LIST 89