29 Howe Street. 558 1962. Mon—Fri 10am-5pm; Sat 10am—4 m.
Vivien Alexander, Deir re Edwards and Sam Wade Until Sat 23 Aug. Recent paintings by Vivien Alexander. Deirdre Edwards and fountains by Sam Wade.
THE AUGUSTINE UNITED CHURCH George IV Bridge. 226 7246. Mon—Sat 10am—7.30pm.
The Exhibition Until Sat 30 Aug. Paintings. woodcarving. stained glass. stonecarving and ceramics by the Dom artists. a group of artists based in Edinburgh's Old Town. The show is just one part of The Dom Festival ()fArt. Music and Animation running throughout the Festival.
THE BLUE MOON CAFE BASEMENT
.36 Broughton Street. 557 0911. Daily noon—5 m.
de-LIBERATE Until Sat 30 Aug. Drawings and sculpture by controversial artist Neil Manning.
BOURNE FINE ART
6 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.
George Houston RSA 1869-1947 Until Sat .30 Aug. Oil paintings and watercolours.
William Simson 1800-1847 Until Sat 30 Aug. Figurative drawings and studies for aintin s.
WiIIiam PFumptre Until Sat 30 Aug. New ceramics.
THE BRITISH COUNCIL
3 Bruntsﬁeld Crescent. For viewing times call 447 4716 in advance. Kyrgyzstan In Focus: Heart Of Central Asia Until Fri 29 Aug. An exhibition of photographs. artefacts and artwork.
THE BELLEVUE GALLERY
4 Bellevue Crescent. 557 1663. Daily I—Spnt
Recent Paintings Until Tue 2 Sep. The debut show at this new gallery. sees the work of award-winning artist Henry Kondracki on display. Also work by Lynn Ahrens. Janie Andrews. Jemma Curry. Kelly Foreman. James Hawkins and Jenny Richardson.
BLUE DOLPHIN GALLERY
30 Montrose Terrace. Abbeyhill. 652 2660. Tue—Sat 11am—6pm.
Venus Rising Until Sat 23 Aug. Painting. sculpture and textiles by various artists exploring mythical images and passages of transformation in modern life.
10 Royal Terrace. 556 1010. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat IOam-lpm.
Jubilee Until Sat 30 Aug. In celebration of the 50th birthday of the Edinburgh International Festival 1947—1997. a display of work by 50 Scottish artists including Margaret Morris. J.D. Fergusson and Sir William MacTaggart.
38 Home Street. 228 4141. Daily
10am— 1 am.
'. . . a la Barry Norman Until Sun 7 Sep. In response to the hype surrounding the ﬁlms shown during the International Film Festival. artists Duncan Ganley. lan Morrison. Sarah Huckle and Gordon
Pause for thought: Peter Kennard's Reading Room at Edinburgh College of Art
CITY ART CENTRE Market Street. 529 3993. Mon—Sat I()atn~6pm. £31£2i
Peden and writer Miles Fielder. reclaim their territory by curatiiig each others' work in a tnixture of image and text. See
review. Faster, Higher, Stronger Until Sal-1 w - _-_._ Oct. The story of the Olympic (James. CHAPLAINCY CENTRE l‘rotn Ancient Greece to Atlanta. is
Student Centre. Hristo Square. 650 2595. Mon—Sat 10.30am —6pni. Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis lintil Sun 31 Atig. An exhibition ol work by Edith Simon. featuring her unique scalpel-painting. along with sculpture. drawings. installations. video. photos and prints.
explored in this show.
A Life Of Lorcat'ntil Sun 28 Sep. The
i lirst showing in Britain of drawings by
; this wonderful Spanish poet. dramatist.
I musician and artist who was tragically
; killed during the Spanish (‘ivil War.
A Mad God’s Dream Until Sat 4 ()ct. An exhibition celebrating litlinburgh's great
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elected Graphic Work
in collaboration wrth tho Borkoon Squoro Gollory, London
9 August - 13th September 1997
Tuesday -Saturday lOam - 6pm Studio tours Tuesday - Friday between 2pm - 4pm Throughout the FestivaI
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL EXHIBITION
Glasgow Print Studio visits Edinburgh with an exhibition of the best in Scottish Contemporary Art from established and emerging artists.
9th - 30th August 1997
31A Castle Street, Edinburgh EH2 Open: 10.30am - 5.30pm Mon - Sat
Sponsored by The Singleton & Pearl
"The only significant contemporary art show of the festival ”
Adrian Searle, The Guardian
Of The .
Abstraction and Ornament in Contemporary Painting @ INVERLEITH HOUSE _
ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN EDINBURGH daily 10-5 during Festival, admission free
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ELIZABETH FIRESTONE GRAHAM FOUNDATION
86 THE Lisr 22—28 Aug