26 King Street. 552 2151. Daily 10am—5.30pm.

NeW Work Until Sat 8 Nov. Ilse Haider's photographic images are taken from magazines and newspapers. pressed onto cotton buds and held in gridded aluminium sheets. See review.

New Work Until Sat 8 Nov. A series of diptychs of found photographs. large metals and graphite/plaster panels by artist Eva Schlegel. See review.


25 Albert Drive. 227 55I l. Wed—Sun noon—6pm.

The lovers Until Sat 25 Oct. Interactive installation exploring our own physical morality and relationship with technology. created by the late Teiji Furuhashi’s Kyoto-based artist group. Dumb T pe.

Untitle (The Diary Of Anne Frank) Until Sat 25 Oct. Last year. Jason Bowman rewrote the entire diary of Anne Frank in his own handwriting. and in this commissioned installation. Bowman continues his investigation of how The Diary. and Anne Frank herself has come to be understood as part of tnodern consciousness.

After Shooting Until Sat 25 Oct. A series of large black and white photographs by Yoshiko Kamikura incised with text. Each photograph depicts an empty hotel room which has recently been used as a location for Japanese sex adverts.

Spitfire 123 Until Sat 25 Get. An installation by Lyndal Jones consisting of projected video. monitor and ambient sound of aircraft engines to explore themes of sexuality and attraction. Truckstops And Lovers' Lanes Until Sat 25 Oct. A series of landscape studies by Evergon of secret antl passionate rendezvous.



George IV Bridge. 225 5584. Mon-Fri 9am-9pm; Sat 9am— I pm.

Aspects Of Gender Until Sat 1 Nov. A community project with St Helen‘s Day Centre and The Action Group Camera Club looking at gender issues in health. education and the socialisation of people with learning disabilities.


Grindlay Court Centre. Grindlay Street Court. 229 7941. Mon-Thu 10am—4pm: Fri lOam—2.30pm. (Open frotn noon—4pm on Sat 25 Oct & Sat l Nov). Self Assessment Until Fri 7 Nov. An exhibition of images created through varied photographic techniques which looks at different aspects of everyday life with a group of adults with learning disabilities.


3 Doune Terrace. 225 7189. Mon—Fri 10am-5pm.

Conglomerate Until Fri 28 Nov. Danish contemporary artist. Lisa Rosenmeier‘s work takes the form of large stretched parchment 'skin‘ onto which photographic images have been printed. Rodin lmprovisationer Until Fri 28 Nov. Erik Steffensen‘s images attempt to find out how and what the French sculptor looked at when he made his erotic drawings.


41 Lothian Place 220 4288. Daily 9—Iam. Hustlers Until Sun 9 Nov. Photographs by Brad Smith ofCincinnati prostitutes revealing the harsh reality of their street life existence.


7 Charlotte Lane. 220 5603. Daily 8.30—lam.

La Noche Until Sun 9 Nov. Black and white prints by Costa Rican artist Fernando Acuna. documenting backstage and dressing-room scenarios of a local night club. featuring erotic dancers and strip-tease.


13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon—Fri 9.30am—6.30pm; Sat lOam-l.30pm.

Les Corps Strangers Until Sat 8 Nov. Taking fragments of pornographic images from internet sites. Carol Dallaire has created enlarged prints which tell the story of the highs and lows in the lives of IL and E.L, fictional characters created by the artist in earlier works. See review.


Corner of East London Street & Broughton Street. 557 8003. Wed—Sun noon—7pm. Contact Fotofeis for further details on 555 5205.

Interference Until Sun 9 Nov. Queensland-based aboriginal artists’ collective Campfire Group. tackle the sensitive subject of child abuse in aboriginal communities in a multi-media installation. See review.

Motel Vilina Vlas Until Sun 9 Nov. Large photographic images combine with short extracts of text taken from testimonials made by both victims and perpetrators of rape at a Bosnian internment camp. by Dennis Del Favero. See review.

Virtue And Vice: Derivations Of Allegory In Contemporary Photography Until Sun 9 Nov. An exhibition of installations by seven contemporary artists featuring Sorel Cohen. Karen Knorr. Dany Leriche. Paloma Navares. Bernard Prinz. Olivier Richon and the late Helen Chadwick. See review.


KJP Gallery. 61 Marchmont Road. 455 2487. Mon—Thu 9am—8pm: Fri 9am—5pm.

Sex And Desire Until Sun 30 Nov. A group show of photographs by students at the Department of Photography exploring themes of sex. gender and power in photography and society.


Queen Street. 556 892l Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5 m.

Eve Arnold: In Retrospect Until Sun to Nov. An exhibition of photography by one of the 20th century‘s most acclaimed photographers. which broke all attendance records at The Barbican last year. Subjects in the show range frotn political figures such as Malcolm X and Joe McCarthy to movie stars Marilyn Monroe and Joan Crawford.

Women In White: Photographs By Lady Hawarden Until Sun 16 Nov. A rare example of work by a woman photographer from the 1860s. including 42 photographs. mainly of her daughters.


43 Candlemaker Row. 220 l9l l. Tue—Sat noon—5.30pm.

In Other Words Until Sat 8 Nov. Roger Palmer‘s black and white photographs created during visits to South Africa. Scotland and Newfoundland encourage the viewer to think about the history. politics and habitations of those places.

TRAVERSE THEATRE GALLERY Cambridge Street. 228 I404. Mon 10.30am—l lpm; Tue—Sat 10.30am—tnidnight; Sun 6—1 1pm. Stolen Moments Until Sun 9 Nov. This show is part of a larger selection created over the last twenty years by William Yang. documenting the gay and lesbian subculture of Sydney. See review.



I ticked A Slag's Deodorant Until Sat 25 Oct. 8pm. £6.50 (£3.50). The Arches. 22l 9736. Provocative physical theatre from The Arches Theatre Company. Rites Sat 25 Oct. l lam. £10t£6) full day; £5 (£3) individual performances. Tron Theatre. 552 4267. A day of performance and discussion exploring sexuality. ritual and marginalisation. featuring appearances and performances from eX de Medici. Lise True. William Yang. and Ron Athey & Co.


Events are listed alphabetically by sport, then by da . Fixtures are correct at time o publication, but ma be affected by weather. Sports listtn s compiled by Brian

Dona dson.


Scottish Invitation Singles Sat 1 & Sun 2. Cockburn Centre. Bogmoor Place. Glasgow. The top sixteen men and women in Scotland get together for this invitational singles event. The Scottish Badminton Union have full information on 0I4I44512l8.


Saturday 25


Celtic v St Johnstone Celtic Park. Kerrydale Street. Glasgow. 3pm. Dundee United v Rangers Tannadice Park. Tannadice Street. Dundee. 3pm. Hearts v Dunfermline Tynecastle Park. Gorgie Road. Edinburgh. 3pm. Kilmarnock v Hibs Rugby Park. Rugby Road. Kilmarnock. 3pm.

Motherwell v Aberdeen Fir Park Stadium. Firpark Road. Motherwell.



Falkirk v Dundee Brockville Park. Hope Street. Falkirk. 3pm.

Morton v Ayr United Cappielow Park. Sinclair Street. Greenock. 3pm.

Partick Thistle v Hamilton Firhill Park. Eirhill Road. Glasgow. 3pm.

Raith Rovers v Stirling Albion Stark‘s Park. Pratt Street. Kirkcaldy. 3pm.

St Mirren v Airdrie St MitTcn Park. Love Street. Paisley. 3pm.


SCOTTISH PREMIER LEAGUE Aberdeen v Hearts Pittodrie Stadium. Pittodrie Street. Aberdeen. 3pm. Dunfermline v Celtic East End Park. Halbeath Road. Dunfermline. 3pm. Hibs v Dundee United Easter Road Stadium. Albion Road. Edinburgh. 3pm. Rangers v Kilmarnock lbrox Stadium. Edtniston Drive. Glasgow. 3 im.

St Johnstone v Motherwe l McDiarmid Park. Crieff Road. Perth. 3pm.


Airdrie v Raith Rovers Broadwotxl Stadium. Cumbernauld. 3pm.

Dundee v Partick Thistle Delis Park. Sandeman Street. Dundee. 3pm. Hamilton V Morton Cliftonhill Stadium. Main Street. Coatbridge. 3pm.

Stirling Albion v St Mirren Forthbank Stadium. Springkerse Industrial Estate. Stirling. 3pm.


LEAGUE CHALLENGE CUP FINAL Falkirk v Queen of the South Fir Park Stadium. Firpark Road. Motherwell. 3pm. The first silverware of the season is dished out today as Alex Totten's men attempt to reclaim the trophy they won in 1994 and soothe the pain of their last Cup Final appearance May's Scottish Cup centrepiece against Kilmarnock. Their opponents are the Doonhamers from Dumfries whose divisional statth makes Falkirk the clear favourites. Yet this tournament has been one for shocks down the seasons with Stranraer's triumph over St Johnstone last season and Stenhousemuir's penalties win over Dundee United in I995 being the tnost notable. So. don't be too surprised if there are lots of greetin‘ Bairns at full- time.


Gymnastics World Grand Prix Fri 24—Sun 26. Kelvin Hall International Sports Centre. Argyle Street. Glasgow. Some of the world‘s finest men and

women individual apparatus gymnasts Converge on the city. Friday‘s exertions start at 5pm while the Saturday and Sunday fun begins at 3pm. More details are available on 0 MI 287 5948.


Race Meeting Sat I. Kelso Racecourse. Ayr and Hamilton may have put the blinkers on their seasons but a trip to the borders should appease those wanting to place a bet or ten. A call to ()l668 281611 will yieltl the latest on the runners and riders

Scottish Youth Championships Sun 26. Meadowbank Sports Centre. London Road. Edinburgh. 1‘0! all the details on the young bucks chucking each other around a mat. call the Scottish Judo Federation (in 11131 317 7270.


Scottish National Championships Sun 26. Kelvin Hall International Sports Centre. Argyle Street. Glasgow. If high- kicking physicality is more your bag. then the Scottish Karate Hoard have the gen on the Cadet. .ltmior and Senior ranks llllt)(1(l)‘..\ event. Give them a call on 01416331116.


Friday 24

; Scottish Gas New Image Rugby Festival Hi 2

. .‘vlurrayl'icld Stadium. Riversdale Crescent. Edinburgh. 10.30am. As part of the city's Commonwealth celebrations. this linals day sees 500 kids from primary schools across the country scrumming and

E tucking. Admission is free and further ; information is available on ()131 469 3390/3] I l.

l Saturday 25


j Edinburgh Academicals v Hawick ' Raeburn Place. Edinburgh. 2pm.

; Heriot's FP v Glasgow Hawks

; Goldenacrc. l‘idinburgh. 2pm.

Kirkcaldy v Gala Beveridgc Park. Kirkcaldv. 2pm.

2 Melrose'v Currie The tireenyards. 1 Melrose. 2pm.

Musselburgh v Preston Lodge FP Stoneyhill. Musselburgh. 2pm.


Biggar v West of Scotland Hat-tree Mill. Bi 'gar. 2pm.

Boroughmuir v Kelso Meggetland. Edinburgh. 2pm.

Dundee HSFP v Kilmarnock May lield. l)undee.2pnt

Jedforest v Peebles Riverside Park. Jedburgh. 2pm.

Watsonians v Stirling County Myreside Road. Edinburgh. 2pm.

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