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provrdes interpretatiye displays and the opportunity to examine geological specimens dating from 350 millions years ago.

HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston Park. It) I)umbreck Road. 353 444‘). Sat (C Sun Itlani 4 5pm: Mon ~l‘ri. call for details as times vary. Cafe and design shop open daily. £15” i£2.5lii Initially designed by (‘harles Rennie Mackintosh for a L'UIIIPCIIIIUII in Will. this unfinished work has been coizipleted by mtxlern-day architects and designers in true Mackintosh style. See (ilasgow (ialleries for current temporary t‘\IIII)IIIt‘Ils.

KELVINGROVE GALLERY 8t MUSEUM 287 269‘). Mon Sat Itlam 5pm; Suit llam-r-Spm. Cafe. [D].

A permanent collection of work by such names as Rembrandt. Monet and \‘an Gogh. plus numeroUs historical artefacts and animal displays. See (ilas‘gow Galleries for current temporary exhibitions. MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT

Kelvin Hall. I)umbanon Road. 237 3720. Mon A-Sat |()am -5pm; Sun llam 5pm. A museum deyoted to the history of transport. PEOPLE'S PALACE MUSEUM

Glasgow Green. 554 (I223. Mon Sat I()am—-5pin; Sim I Iam— 5pm. [I)l. Cafe. Glasgow's best-loyed iiistittitioii re—opeiis after undergoing a major facelift to celebrate its centenary year. The new displays are set otit thematically with subjects including The l’iilit'i; litioiit ()1 The City and ("lime Aiit/ I’iiiiis/iiiit'iii. Avril Paton l'ntil Sun is Oct. ()\t‘l' 25 paintings. new and old. by this (I'asgow artist.

POLLOK HOUSE 8: COUNTRY PARK 2060 Pollokshaws Road. 64‘) 7 I5 I. Mon—Sun I0am~5pm.

Btiilt in the lXth century style for the

Maxwell family. this historic house features some of the finest Spanish paintings in Britain.

PROVAND'S LORDSHIP 3 Castle Street. 553 2557. The museum is temporarily closed due to structural damage and will ie-open in April l‘)‘)‘). ST MUNGO MUSEUM 2 Castle Street. 551 2557. Mon Sat ltlam 5pm; Suit llam 5pm. Free. 1D]. A museum of world faiths. featuring a Zen garden. priceless art works from the world's six major religions. Dali‘s ('lii'itl ()1 Saint Jul!!! ()1 The ('imx and the story of religion in Scotland told through words and pictures.

A Journey Of Faiths t7ntil 't‘liti t ()ei. An exhibition charting 5() years of the Ilospitalite tle I ‘otre Dame de Lourdes - a Roman Catholic organisation which promotes the message of the Virgin Mary's apparitions at Lourdes. SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 42‘) I202. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Cafe. [D]. l)esigned by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now home to archiye material on Scottish education from l872 onwards. Stitched Textiles Sat 4 Jul—Sun l6 Aug A graduate show by IINI) students in Stitched Textiles at Cardonald College. plus work made in collaboration with primary school children.

The Alphabet Sat 4 Jul Wed 23 Sep. The letters of the alphabet in different forms and media including bonsai sculptures and stone caryings SPRINGBURN MUSEUM

Atlas Square. 557 I405. Tue Fri l().3()am -5pm; Sat Illani 4.30pm. [I)]. Made In The North An exhibition chronicling the rich tliyersity of industries in (ilasgow past and present. Springburn Park, Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow A look at the changes to Springburn Park oyer the years.

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4 Belleyue Crescent. 557 I663. Wed—Sun noon-~6pm.

Northern Light Eastern Breezes t'ntil Sat 27 Jun. Light and atmospheric paintings by Alan Kilpatrick.

Problems With Plumbing Fri 3 M'ed 22 .ltil. Recent drawings and paintings by Iain Patterson. BEYOND WORDS BOOKSHOP

42 44 Cockburn Street. 226 6636.

Sun 'Mon noon 5pm; TuesvSat Illattl-b'pm.

Natural Heartlands llntil Tue 30 Jtiii. Photographs by enyironmental. landscape and wildlife photographer l)ayid \‘l'oodfall. Craig Mackay \Vetl I Jul—Wed 30 Sep. An exhibition of photographs taken from Mackay's book People In A [tint/stripe: The New Hie/i/tiiit/t'rs.

BOURNE FINE ART 6 I)undas Street. 557 4050. Mon-Fri |()am-6pm: Sat I0am— I pm.

New Acquisitions Until Fri (it Jul. New works by yariotis artists including William McCance. George Houston. Sir James Guthrie. l).Y. Cameron. Willy Wilson and Sam Botigli.


In Royal Terrace. 556 Hill). Moll-I‘ll l()am ~6pm; Sat I()am— I pm.

Mixed Exhibition Until l-‘t-i 3| Jul. A wide selection of watercolours. paintings and sculpture by Scottish. British and Iiuropean artists froin I75()— l‘)5().

CAMEO 38 Home Street. 22S 4 HI. Iixhibitions open fifteen minutes before first screening of the day until I lpm (Star—Wed); lam t'l‘hum-Sat).

Cut l'ntil Sun 26 Jtil. Lesley Young takes an interyentionist approach to the architectural details of the Cameo's interior. with works located at yarious points throughout the cinema.

CITY ART CENTRE Market Street. 52‘) 3993. Mon »Sat lt)am»-5pm. £4 (£2.50); family ticket £I(). Missing Links Alive! Until Sun 12 Jul. An exhibition tracing the first footsteps ofour ancestors using 21st century robotic technology.

Edinburgh: Portrait Of A Capital Until I I Jul. The story of the capital is told through paintings. drawings and prints from the City's fine art collection.


22—28 Cockburn Street. 220 I260. Tue—Sat I lam~~5.3()pm (5pm Fri).

Fanni Niemi-Junkola Until Sat 4 Jul. Video-based work by Fanni Niemi- Jtinkola dealing with tiotiotis ofcontrol and yiolence.

Keith Thompson L'ntil Sat 4 .Iul. Recent works by Keith Thompson.


(irindlay Court Centre. (irindlay Street Court. 22‘) 794 I. Mort-Thu l()am—‘4pm; Fri l()am--2pm.

Our Stories t'ntil Mon 27 Jul. Mixed media paintings by Derek Carlin. Ian Moore. (ilen Meldrum. William Porter. Katy Rogerson. I)ayid Ruickbie. Miriam \'ickers and Pat Wilson.

CYBERIA INTERNET CAFE 88 llanmer Street. 220 4403. Mon—Sat Illam 7- ltlpm; Sun noon -7pm.

Light Projections Until Fri 2o .Iun. Sculptural photographic works by Duncan Bremner. inspired by abstract light and colour.

Turning Point Fri .I—Fri 24 Jul. A Links- run project featuring a \ariety of work by ex-drug offenders.


6a I)undas Street. 558 9363. Mon-Fri ItIam-6pm; Sat I()am~lpm.

20th Century And Contemporary Scottish Artists Until Fri 17 Jul. Paintings by a selection of Scottish artists.


Ib‘a I)undas Street. 557 5227. MoriFri

I lam—5pm; Sat ItIam—Ipm. New Paintings Until Tue 7 Jul. Recent paintings by Joe McIntyre. Gerard Bums and Shelia Arnot.


Sb’ l.othian Road. 228 Itlam— Itlpm.

j Hidden Honey llntil Tue 30 Jun. Bold.

l colourful paintings themed on fruit by

I Juliana Marie Capes.

: Intimate Landscapes Sat 27 Jun 4Sat 25 .ltil. Black and white photography by

Ronald Binnie.

Viva Pippa Sat 27 Jtiii -Sat 25 Jtil. I.ara Russell's photographic tribute to the 7tls plastic figure. the Pippa Do”.

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FIRTH GALLERY 35 William Street. 225 2 l‘)6. Tue~ Fri llam--5pm; Sat llam~ 2pm.

Paintings From Scotland, Paintings From France Until Sat 4 Jul. New oil and watercolour landscapes and still life by Andrew Walker.


45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon~Sat Wain—6 am; Sun noon 5pm.

Bernar Moninot Until Tue 2| .ltil. Conceptual artist Bernard Moninot. explores space. perception antl the effects of light aitd shadow through a \‘llt‘lt‘t)’ of different media. III the only UK showing of this touring exhibition froin the Galerie Natioiiale du Jeu de Paume. Paris. See reyiew.


22a I)undas Street. 556 2 IS I. NIUIIUI‘AII l().3()am—-6pm; Sat I()am 4pm.

Summer Mixed Exhibition Sat 27 Jun—Sat 25 Jul. A mixed media exhibition by oyer 6() gallery artists leaturing paintings. prints. ceramics. jewellery and sculpture.

INGLEBY GALLERY 6 Carlton 'I'errace. 556 444 I. Wed -Sat l()aiti ~6pitl

Opening Exhibition Wed 1 Jul Sal l Aug. This new gallery. situated on the east side of (‘alton Hill. opens with an exhibition focusing on Scottish artists with new work by Craigie Aitchison. Ian Hamilton Finlay. Callum lnnes. John McLean. Margaret Mellis and Ian McKenzie Smith. Accompanying this show is a display of work by yarious artists and ceramics by Ilylton Nel. Rupert Spira and Julian Stair.


28 St Stephen Street. 226 544‘). Mon Fri X.3()am--6pm (Sat & Stiii by appointment I.

i Yasmin Boyd lintil Thu 23 .ltil. Mixed media photography.


I3 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon-Fri 9.30am~6.3()pm; Sat


A Load Of Rubbish Until Fri 26 Jtiii. An installation by Catherine Cocherel which is a varying theme on the body and its relation to space and waste.

Beatrice Maleyre Fri 26 Jun—Sat 25 Jul. New works by this young French artist will be shown at both the French Institute aiitl Talbot Rice Gallery. The works are

3 site specific and have been created using materials such as neon. wood and salt.

KINGFISHER GALLERY 5 Northumberland Street Lane. 557 5454. Mon—Sat Ham—4.30pm. Anne Wegmuller Until Fri 20 Jun. Bold. abstract landscape paintings. . William Littlejohn Until Fri 26 Jun. Bold paintings of fish. dragonflies and birds. Simon Manby Until Fri 26 Jun. Sculpture in bronze and stone. William Landles Fri 3—Fri 24 Jul. Scul )ture. ? Paul Spence Fri 3-Fri 24 Jul. Ceramics. l Francis Boag lit-i 3-Fri 24 Jul. Recent l paintings. James Spence Fri 3—Fri 24 Jul. Recent paintings.