ART LISTINGS continued
OUTSIDE THE CITIES Livingston HOWDEN PARK CENTRE GALLERY Howden Park. Livingston. 01506 433634. Mon-Fri 10am—4pm; Sat 10am—3 m. Henri atisse Sat 18 Oct—Fri 14 Nov. An exhibition of prints taken from the book of images and texts. Jazz. completed by Matisse in 1947. The images are based on the artists’ paper cut- out techniques.
CRAWFORD ARTS CENTRE
93 North Street, 01334 474610. Mon—Sat 10am—5 m; Sun 2—5pm.
David artin Until Sun 9 Nov. A major bicentenary exhibition of work by this 18th century portrait painter.
THE FOTHERINGHAM GALLERY
78 Henderson Street. 01786 832 861. Mon-Sat Ham—5.30pm (closed Wed); Sun 2—5 m.
Mixed xhibition Until Tue 11 Nov. Paintings. jewellery and ceramics by contemporary Scottish artists.
OW The Hijab - An Enquiry Into Scripture And Tradition Sun 12 Oct. 2pm. Department of Divinity. University of Glasgow. To accompany The Veil In Islam exhibition at St Mungo Museum, a lecture iven by Dr Mona Siddiqui. Jamie urroughs Thu 16 Oct. 7pm. Fly. 322 Duke Street. The artist will be talking about his work on show at the
Dangerous Grounds - Sculpture In The City Fri l7-Sun 19 Oct. Glasgow School of Art. The 1997 Conference of the Scottish Sculpture Trust. For further details contact Ray McKenzie on 0141 353 4556 or Andrew Guest on 0131 220 4788.
Street Of The Trams Mon 13 Oct. 12.45pm. National Gallery Of Modern Art. Matthew Wellard talks about Paul Delvaux.
John Buchan And The Commonwealth Of Nations Wed 15 Oct. 12.45pm. National Portrait Gallery. A talk by Andrew Lownie.
Figure Study 1 Mon 20 Oct, 12.45pm. National Gallery Of Modern Art. Francis Bacon’s painting is put under the
s otli ht by Bill Hare.
S r Alfred Milner Wed 22 Oct. 12.45pm. National Portrait Gallery. David Stafford talks about Sir James Guthrie's painting. Woman And Child In A Garden Fri 17 Oct. 12.45pm. National Gallery Of Scotland. Kathleen Adler talks about Berthe Morisot’s work.
Manifesto 97 — The lntemational Festival of Architecture and Design runs from Fri 1o-Sun 26 Oct. For further information call 332 0829. Manifesto listings compiled by Helen Monaghan.
EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place. 221 6000. Mon—Thu 10am—8pm; Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am—2pm.
Edinburgh Civic Medal Fri lO—Sun 26 Oct. A display of work by the finalists of the 50th Edinburgh Civic Medal. awarded by the City Council to the best student from the capital’s two schools of architecture.
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EDINBURGH NEW TOWN CONSERVATION COMMITTEE
13a Dundas Street. 557 5222. Mon—Fri 9am—1pm; 2—5pm.
Unexecuted Designs Until Dec 97. A continuing series of small exhibitions showing plans and drawings of projects for the New Town which. by luck or misfortune. were never executed.
INSTITUT FRANCAIS D'ECOSSE
13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon—Fri 9.30am—6.30pm; Sat lOam—l.30 m.
Housewor Until Fri 7 Nov. A series of collaborative installations by artists and architects based in Edinburgh. See
MANIFESTO FESTIVAL CENTRE Commerical Quay. Leith. 332 0829. Daily 9.30am—8pm.
Ornament Is Not A Crime Fri lO—Sun 26 Oct. An exhibition of art nouveau architecture which can be found in L'viv in the Ukraine.
New Architecture In Lithuania Fri lO—Sun 26 Oct. A photographic display of over 70 of the best new buildings in Lithuania since its independence in 1991. Architectur Palete Fn‘ lO—Sun 26 Oct. The work of one of Lithuania‘s best young practices is put into focus. illustrating how new architects are trying hard to improve quality of thinking and construction in new architecture. Architecture In Black And White Fri lO—Sun 26 Oct. The results from the European Architectural photography prize with over 100 of the best examples on display chosen from the original 624 entries.
Exigence Fri l()—St1n 26 Oct. Paintings by Michael Durning which originate from the artist‘s concerns over the destruction of Scottish architecture. industry and sites of historical importance.
Catwalk Fri lO—Sun 26 Oct. An insight into the thought process behind one of Edinburgh's most architectural bar/restaurants designed by Stoane Associates. with an exhibition of material from this project.
Commonwealth Association Of Architects 4th International Design Competition Mon 20-—Sun 26 Oct. The winning projects in the recent competition for students throughout the commonwealth to design a college restaurant.
Low Cost Housing Mon 2(l—Sun 26 Oct. Ideas for implementable low cost housing. To complement the exhibition. designer Rusi Khambatta will be talking at the BEPIC (Built Environment Professionals in the Commonwealth) Conference.
MATTHEW ARCHITECTURE GALLERY University of Edinburgh. Department of Architecture. 20 Chambers Street. 650 2342. Mon—Fri 9am-—4.30pm.
The SEDA Competition Exhibition Until Sat 11 Oct. The winning schemes from Scottish schools of architecture. in
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7 Old F ishmarket Close Edinburgh Lunch and Dinner Monday to Thursday. Friday, Saturday and Sunday open all day
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Bridging the gap: Norman Foster and Anthony Caro's winning design for a new pedestian bridge on London's Thames. The sculptor Sir Anthony Caro will be talking about his work in Dangerous Ground on Fri 17 Oct. 7pm in Glasgow. See Lectures.
the annual competition organised by the Scottish Ecological Design Association. Sensing The Future Mon 13 Oct—Fri 7 Nov. An Exhibition of new architecture in Timisoara demonstrating a new school of thinking in Romania.
15 Rutland Square. 229 7545. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm.
Regeneration Design Award Until Fri 17 Oct. A display of the submissions for the annual design award.
Will Adams Centre Competition Mon 20 Oct—Fri 14 Nov. An exhibition of the winning and commended projects from the competition organised by the NOrth Kent Architecture Centre.
ROYAL FINE ART COMMISSION Bakehouse Close, Canongate
From Reconstruction To Environmental Challenge Fri lO—Sun 26 Oct. An exhibition of Norway's social housing programme from the war to present day.
CONFERENCES & lEOTURES
Designers' Saturday Sat 11 Oct. Contact Manifesto on 332 0829 for further details.
A forum bringing together designers. manufacturers and suppliers in a day- long series of fun events.
Ornament Is Not A Crime Mon 13 Oct. 5pm. Manifesto Festival Centre. Commercial Quay. 332 0829. To accompany the exhibition. curator and architectural historian Igor Zhuk provides more background to the ‘secessionist’ architecture of L‘viv.
Conversions: A Theoretical Approach Fri 17 Oct. 4pm. Manifesto Festival Centre. Commercial Quay. 332 0829. One of Romania’s brightest young architects. Augustin Loan will be giving an insight into the philosophy behind the new architecture in his country. Romanian Fin De Siecle Architecture And Desi n And The Duke Of Edinburg 's Daughter Fri 17 Oct. 5pm. Manifesto Festival Centre. Commercial Quay. 332 0829. A lecture given by Shona Lowe and Dr Jeremy Howard.
A New Architecture For A New Parliament Mon 20 Oct. 2pm. Manifesto Festival Centre. Commercial Quay. 332 0829. A conference to see what kind of architecture is needed to represent the democratic functions of a new Parliament for Scotland.