Wasps Studios. Patriot Hall. off 48 Hamilton Place. 225 1289. Mon—Sat 11am-6pm; Sun noon—4pm.

Dream Catcher 11 Until Wed 18 Mar. An exhibition of work organised by Capability Scotand.


University of Edinburgh. Old College. South Bridge. 650 2211. Tue—Sat IOam—Spm.

In Situ Sat 14 Mar—Sat 18 Apr. An exhibition of site-specific works by recent graduates of Edinburgh College of Art.


43 Candlemaker Row. 220 1911. Tue—Sat noon—5.30pm.

Avi Holtzman: The War Trilogy Until Sat 28 Mar. A series of large colour photographs depicting the scars camied by the Israeli landscape as a result of this country's recent political history.


23 Union Street. 557 2479. Tue—Sat 10am—6pm.

Classic Print Collection Until Tue 31 Mar. An opportunity to purchase a folio of ten classic limited edition prints from £500. Contact Workshop for more information.


Inverleith House. lnverleith Row. 552 7171. Tue—Sun 10am—4.30pm (5pm from 1 Mar). £2.50 (£1.50).

In Visible Light Until Sun 8 Mar. A touring exhibition from the Museum of Modern Art in Oxford. which looks at the multiple applications of photography from its earliest days to the present. Artists include Darwin. Mapplethorpe. Jo Spence. Diane Arbus. Cindy Sherman and the 1997 Turner Prize winner. Gillian Wearing. Part (if/Imhient Li glit.

The Island Of Rum Until Tue 31 Mar. (Exhibition Hall. Daily 10am—3.30pm). An insight into the history and magic of this unique Scottish island. curated by the Scottish Natural Heritage.


The Link Gallery. Morningside. 229 3555. Kate Gray and Dale Rowe Until Thu 30 Apr. An exhibition of photography. painting. drawing and computer generated images.


29b Dundas Street. 556 6366. Mon—Sat 11am—6pm; Sat 10.30am—4pm.

Home And Abroad Until Sat 7 Mar. Paintings and drawings by Lucinda L. Mackay.

Enid Foote-Watts and Norma Hansell Sat 14—Sat 28 Mar. Recent paintings.



142 Canongate. 529 4143. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Packed with historic artefacts. this museum tells the story of Edinburgh's past and its people.

Our Commonwealth Until Tue 31 Mar. A look at how Edinburgh represents a Commonwealth of people with different identities. experiences and histories. Wha's Like Us? Until Tue 31 Mar. An exhibition looking at Scottish identity.


42 High Street. 529 4142. Mon—Sun 10am—5pm. All manner of archive material and old toys relating to childhood through the ages.

Children's Art From Bosnia Until Sat 21 Mar. Artists Miriam de Burca and Kate Rodgers travelled to Bosnia with an Edinburgh Direct Aid convoy and worked with children. This is the first showing of their artwork and among the ‘typical childish itnages’ appear disturbing images of war and death.


163 Canongate. 529 4057. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. The sights. sounds and even smells of Edinburgh folk from the 18th century onwards.

ROYAL INFIRMARY OF EDINBURGH The Pelican Gallery. Lauriston Place. 229 3555.

Transitions Until Thu 30 Apr. A range of work produced by residents ofGogarburn Hospital involved in the ‘Art Of Change' pI'OJCCI.


Blackford Hill. 668 8405. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon-5pm. £2.50 (£1.50). Esso Energy Works Until Tue 10 Mar. An interactive exhibition exploring the concept of energy.


Landings Gallery. 100 Princes Street. 225 1501. Dail 10am—6pm.

Frames 0 Mind Until Fn’ 27 Mar. A first solo exhibition of work by Bangladeshi artist. Rakeeb Hassan.


The Mound. 225 6671. Mon-Sat 10am—-5pm: Sun 2—5pm.

Students' Art Exhibition Sat 7—Wed 18 Mar. A unique exhibition featuring works by students from all Scotland‘s colleges ofArt and Departments ofArchitecture. and will include paintings. sculpture. architectural models and installations.


I6 Dundas Street. 558 1200. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm. Alexander Fraser Mon 9 Mar—Wed t Apr. New paintings.

Peter Hayes Mon 9 Mar—Wed 1 Apr. Ceramics.


23 Cockburn Street. 622 6200. Tue—Sat 10am—6pm.

Natural Science Until Sat 21 Mar. This new exhibition links three artists from Germany. England and Scotland - Gerhard Lang. Cornelia Parker and Alan Thomson all of whose work involves exploring the relationship bent/cert scieiice. knowledge and the phenomenological.


2 Chambers Street. 225 7534. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm (8pm Tue); Sun noon—5pm. £3 (£1.50); children free.

Art 8r Industry An educational and fun interactive gallery that features everything from an Elton John stage suit to a Charles Rennie Mackintosh bookcase. plus the chance to step back in time and re-live the fashions. music and pastimes of the 1950s. 60s. 70s and 80s. The Ivy Wu Gallery This permanent gallery features a superb collection of artworks from China. Japan and Korea. with costumes. ceramics. furniture and prints.

The Ainu Bear Festival Until Tue 31 Mar. An insight into the lives of the indigenous people who live in Northern Japan. Featured in the exhibition is a unique collection ofAinu costume and decorative objects used during The Bear Festival. in which a bear would be killed as a means of retuming him to his spiritual home. Petrified Garden Until Sun 29 Mar. A series of photo montages by Mark Johnston focusing on stone circles. cairns and other monuments.


Lady Stair‘s Close. 529 4901. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. A treasure-house of items relating to three of Scotland‘s tnost famous writers: Robert Louis Stevenson. Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott.

OUTSIDE THE CITIES Ayr MACLAURIN ART GALLERY Rozelle Park. Monument Road. 01292 445447. Mon—Sat lOam-Spm. David Hockney: Grimm’s Fairy Tales Until Sat 14 Mar. This national touring exhibition from the Hayward Gallery. features 39 etchings created by Hockney in 1969. The etchings illustrate six of Brothers Grimm’s fairy tales and include Rapunzel and Rumpelstilzchen and lesser known stories such as Old Rinkmnk and F itndevu gel .


KIRKCALDY MUSEUM & ART GALLERY War Memorial Gardens. 01592 412860. Mon-Sat 10.30am-530 m; Sun 2—5pm. Celebrating Falkland: Paintings And Tapestries Until Sun 26 Apr. Paintings and tapesrries by Frances Crichton Stuart. inspired by Falkland Palace and the village of Falkland.



35 The Arcade. 01786 479361. Tue—Sat lOam-5.30pm.

The Magazine Show Until Sat 14 Mar. The history of the British art magazine from 1960 onwards. illustrating the diversity of publications.

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John Pawson Wed 18 Mar. 6pm. Glasgow Film Theatre. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. Leading British architect and interior designer. John Pawson gives an overview of his work and the historical references which inspire it.


Sarah Malcolm Fri 6 Mar. 12.45pm. National Gallery Of Scotland. David Bindman talks about William Hogarth‘s painting.

Jane Brettle Sat 7 Mar. 2pm. Fruitmarket Gallery. Brettle. who is one of the artists included in the current show. The Mag Collection talks about her work.

Echo Sat 7 Mar. 6—9.30pm. Church Steeple. 119 Constitution Street. A site- specific work by Noel Cowan arid Sophie Allen. which combines video. photography and painting. Throughout the course of this project. polaroid shots ofeach viewer will be taken and will be included in a piece called Rei'erb to be shown at the Fruitmarket Gallery's Sale 0r Return exhibition which opens on 12 Mar. See preview.

La Jalousie Mon 9 Mar. 12.45pm. National Gallery Of Modem Art. Christine Thompson talks about Jean Tinguely‘s ainting.

Brin ing T e World's Treasures To Edin urgh Wed 11 Mar. 12.30pm. Huntly House. A talk by Herbert Coutts. Head of Museums and Galleries.

Self Portrait Wed 11 Mar. 12.45pm. National Portrait Gallery. Duncan Grant's painting is discussed by Belinda Thomson.

Edinburgh Dental Institute Wed 1 1 Mar. 5pm. Dental Institute. Lauriston Buildings. Lauriston Place. 476 4747. Booking necessary. A rare opportunity to see the work of four artists who have changed the often dreaded visit to the dentist into a visually different environment.

Divided City Thu 12 Mar. 2pm and Sat

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14 Mar. 11am. The Filrnhouse. Lothian Road. For further information contact Magic Lantern Van. 554 8524. The launch of Divided City. a collaborative multimedia project co-ordinated by tapeslide multimedia specialists Magic Lantern Van. Collaborative work from seven groups will be screened in Cinema 1

Big Trees Fri 13 Mar. 12.45pm. National Gallery Of Scotland. Steven Adams discusses Paul Cezanne‘s ainting. Artists And Writers Wor hops Thu l2—Tue 24 Mar. Fruitmarket Gallery. A series of workshops to accompany the Sale ()r Return exhibition. Contact the gallery on 225 2383 for further infonnation.

Barrie Tullett Sat 14 Mar. 2pm. Fruitmarket Gallery. Course co- ordinator of the Graphic Design Department at Glasgow School ofArt. talks about design and typography in the context of the Sale 07' Return exhibition.

Video Submissions Sat 14 Mar. 7pm (to be confirmed). Collective Gallery, 220 1260. For further details. contact the gallery. A new series of time-based video work in collaboration with Edinburgh‘s Film & Video Access Centre. On show. new work by Johan Grimonprez.

The Tourists Mon to Mar. 12.45pm. National Gallery Of Modern Art. Ken Neil gives a lecture on Duane Hanson's paintin 1.

Slide tiights Mon 16 Mar. 6.30pm. Collective Gallery. Kate Gray and Chad MCCail talk about and show slides of their work.

Public Sculpture In The Old Town Tue 17 Mar. 7pm. £1. The Netherbow, 43—45 High Street. 556 9579. The Old Town Association talk with Dorothy Marsh.

Two Egyptian Battle Scenes Wed 18 Mar. 12.45pm. National Portrait Gallery. Stephen Lloyd talks about Philip James de Loutheibourg's painting.



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An exhlbltlon of sltespeclflc works by six recent graduates or Edlnburgh College of Art David Hillary v Loulce Lusby Taylor - Roped Montgomery - Jonotrion Robogllatt 0 Lucy Scott - Jone Fowns Watt


14 March - I8 Aprll Tues - Sat 10-5

Programme of educational events on applcotion


the gallery 45 Market Street Edinburgh EH1 1DF

telephone: 0131-225 2383 facsimile:


12125 March 1998

Saie or Return

An exhibition of art works which might be seen or heard in a bookshop

Artists’ books, video, sound pieces, pamphlets, print works and object multiples by over seventy artists.

Open Monday Saturday 11am - 6pm Sunday 12 - 5pm Admission free

A series of workshops accompanies the exhibition. Call gallery for details.

6 Feb—l9 Feb 1998 THELI3T85