HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston Park. It) Durnbreck Road. 353 444‘). Sat at Sun 10am—5pm: Mon-Fri. call for details as titnes vary. Cafe and design shop open daily. £3.50 (£2.50).
Initially designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for a competition in l‘)0l. this unfinished work has been completed by mtxlern-day architects and designers in true Mackintosh style. See Glasgow Galleries for current temporary exhibitions.
KELVINGROVE GALLERY 8t MUSEUM 287 269‘). Mon- Sat l0am--5pm; Sun llam—5pm. Cafe. [D].
A permanent collection of work by such names as Rembrandt. Monet and Van Gogh. plus numerous historical artefacts and animal displays. See Glasgow Galleries for current temporary exhibitions.
MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
Kelvin Hall. Durnbarton Road. 287 2720. Mon—Sat l0am—-5pm; Sun llam--5pm. A museum devoted to the history of transport.
PEOPLE'S PALACE MUSEUM
Glasgow Green. 554 0223. Mon —Sat l0am—5pm; Sun llam—<5pm. ID]. Cafe. ()ne of Glasgow‘s best-loved institution t‘e-opens after undergoing a major facelift to celebrate its centenary year. The new displays are set out thematically with subjects including The I’ttl/t'i; Visions ()j' The ('in and Crime Aiit/ I’ti/iis/tmt'iil.
Avril Paton Recent Works Until Sun l8 ()ct. Paintings from this Glasgow-based artist. including her famous ‘Wintlows In The West'.
POLLOK HOUSE 8t COUNTRY PARK 2060 l’ollokshaws Road. 64‘) 7 l 5 l. Mon Sun l0am- 5pm.
Set iii a beautiful county setting and built iii the l8th century style for the Maxwell fatnily. this historic house features some of the finest Spanish paintings in Britain.
3 Castle Street. 553 2557. The museum is at present closed due to structural
damage but it is due to re-open in April l‘)‘)‘).
ST MUNGO MUSEUM
2 Castle Street. 553 2557. Mon—Sat l0am -5pm; Sun I lam 45pm. Free. [D]. A museum of world faiths. featuring a '/.en garden. priceless art works from the world's six major religions. Dali‘s Chris! (I; Saint Juli/t 0] The ('mss and the story of religion in Scotland told through words and pictures.
A Journey Of Faiths Until 'l‘liu I Get. Ari exhibition charting 50 years of the llospitalite de Notre Dame de Lourdes — a Roman Catholic organisation which promotes the message of the Virgin Mary's appar'itions at Lourdes.
SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 42‘) I202. Mon-Sat I0am- 5pm; Sun 2--5pm. Cafe. [D]. Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now home to arcltive material on Scottish education from I872 onwards.
Stitched Textiles Until Sun 16 Aug. A graduate show by HNl) students in Stitched Textiles at Cardonald College. plus work made in collaboration with primary school children.
The Alphabet Until Wed 23 Sep. The letters of the alphabet in different forms and media including bonsai sculptures and stone carvings.
Atlas Square. 557 I405. Tue—Fri l0.30am—5pm; Sat |0am—4.30pm. [D]. Made In The North An exhibition chronicling the rich diversity of industries in Glasgow past and present. Springburn Park. Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow A look at the changes to Springburn Park over the years.
THE ADAM POTTERY
76 Henderson Row. 557 3978. Mon-Sat 10am-6pm.
New Clay 98 Mon 3 Aug—Sat 5 Sep. New work by Janet Adatn. Michele Bills. Emma Grove and Lucinda McFerran featuring thrown stoneware. porcelain pieces and hand-built and press-moulded vessels.
THE BELLEVUE GALLERY
4 Bellevue Crescent. 557 I663. Mon—Sat noon-6pni
Handlines Sat 25 Jul—Wed 5 Aug. An exhibition sponsored by The British Red Cross Anti-Personnel Landmines Campaign featuring prints antl drawings by Ralph Steadman. David Hockney and Anthony Gortnley plus photographs of the victims by Ken Griffiths.
BEYOND WORDS BOOKSHOP
42—44 Cockburn Street. 226 6636. Sun—Mon noon—5pm; Tue-Sat l0am—8prn. Craig Mackay Until Wed 30 Sep. An exhibition of photographs including landscapes and selections from Ant Burt! — intense studio-based meditations on Highland life.
l4 New Street. 558 7604. Daily l-—l0pm. Nature Morte Sun 2-Sun 3t) Attg. An exhibition from the Price&Price Museum featuring surreal artefacts in glazed cabinets and dioramic installations.
BOURNE FINE ART
6 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon- Fri 10am—6pm; Sat l0am-lpm.
New Acquisitions Until Fri 3t Jul. New works by various artists including William McCance. George Houston. Sir James Guthrie. l).Y. Cameron. Willy Wilson antl Sam Bough.
10 Royal Terrace. 556 I010. Mon~Fri 10am-6pm; Sat l0am—-lpm.
Mixed Exhibition Until Fri 3| Jul. A wide selection of watercolours. paintings and sculpture by Scottish. British and European artists frorn l750—l950.
38 Home Street. 228 4 HI. Exhibitions open fifteen minutes before first screening of the day until llpm (Sun—Wed); lam (Thin-Sat).
Cut Until Sun 26 Jul. Lesley Young takes an interventionist approach to the architectural details of the Cameo’s interior. with works located at various points throughout the cinema.
CITY ART CENTRE
Market Street. 52‘) 3993. Mon—Sat l0atti—5pm: Sun noon—5pm. £3 (£2): fatnin ticket £8.
First Among Equals Sat l Aug—Sat 3 ()cl. Major paintings by Sir William Gillies are shown alongside works by his contemporaries Maxwell. MacTaggart. Redpath and many more.
Full Of The Warm South Sat 1 Aug—Sat 3 Get. An insight into how France and French art inﬂuenced the four Scottish Colourists: Fer'gusson. Peploe. Catlell and Hunter.
Pax Romana? Sat l Aug—Sat 3 Oct. The magnificent Lioness sculpture found at Cratnond is the centrepiece of this exhibition looking at the archaeology of Romans and Celts in south east Scotland. Southern Light Sat l Aug—Sat 3 Get. An exhibition of historic attd contemporary work frorn Dunedin. commemorating the l50th anniversary of the arrival of Scottish settlers at ()tago. New lealand.
22-28 Cockburn Street. 220 I260. Tue—Sat Ham—5.30pm (5pm Fri). Seeing Hozomeen Until Sat l Aug. A group show featuring work by artists Claire Barclay. Steve l‘lollingswot'th. Angus Hood. Eva Rothschild and others. exploring the idea that if observed long enough. artworks take on new meanings and interpretations.
Clare Twomey l‘ntil Sat l Aug. New work in the Project room from Clare Twomey
Grindlay Court Centre. Gt'indlay Street Court. 22‘) 7‘)4l. Mon —'l‘hu l0am-4ptit: Fri l0anr 2pm.
Our Stories t'ntil Mon 27 Jul. Mixed media paintings by Derek Carlin. Ian Moore. Glen Meldrum. William Porter. Katy Rogerson. David Ruickbie. Miriam Vickers and Pat Wilson.
CYBERIA INTERNET CAFE
88 Hanover Street. 220 4403. Morr- Sat 10am - l0pm; Sun noon—7pm.
Turning Point Until Fri 24 Jul. A Links- run project featttring a variety of work by ex-drug offenders.
Festival Exhibition Fri 3! Jul—Fri 2.x Aug. A collection of collagraphs and etchings by Alan Chapman.
THE DUNDAS STREET GALLERY
6a Dundas Street. 558 0363. Mon- Fri l0am 6pm; Sat l0am -lpm.
David Kennard Until Sat 8 Aug. Landscape paintings by this contemporary Scottish artist.
18a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon-Fri llam-~5pm; Sat l0am—lpm.
Hugh Dodd Until Tue 4 Aug. New golfing paintings.
Corstorphine Road. 334 ()I7 I. Mon—Sat 9am~6pmz Sun 9.30am-6pm.
A Brush With Nature Fri 24 Jul—Fri 4 Sep. Drawings and paintings by artist-in- resitlence. Claire Harkess.
THE FESTIVAL GALLERY
20b Dundas Street. 556 8600. Mon‘Sat llam~6pm.
Adrian Wisniewski, John Byrne and Ray Richardson Until Sun 2 Aug. The Glasgow Print Studio and The
Southside Gallery present a pre- exhibition for the Festival. featuring The Yii‘t'll‘t' l’iltl‘L'S series by Adrian Wisniewski. etchings and mezzotints by John Byrne and lithographs. etchings and scr'eenprints by Ray Richardson.
88 Lothian Road. 228 2688. Mon-Sun l0am~ l0pm.
Intimate Landscapes Until Sat 25 Jul. Black and white photography by Ronald Binnie.
Viva Pippa Until Sat 25 Jul. Lara Russell's photographic tribute to the 70s plastic figure. the Pippa tloll.
FIRTH GALLERY 3.5 William Street. 225 2 l‘)6. Tue—Fri llam—5pm; Sat l lam 2pm. (Festival opening hours from I Aug: Mon» Fri Ham—6pm; Sat & Sun 11am—4pm). Paintings From Scotland, Paintings From France Until Sat 25 Jul. New oil and watercolour landscapes and still life by Andre w Walker.
Robert lnnes Sat l--Mon St Aug. New paintings.
FRUITMARKET GALLERY 45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon—Sat l0am~6pm; Sun noon-~5pm.
Hooded. Bared. Sat 1 Aug-Tue l5 Sep. A major exhibition of new work by Smith/Stewart who use their own bodies to create large-scale video installations. See preview and Lectures & Events.
46a Raeburn Place. 315 2603. Mon-Sat I0am—6ptn; Sun noon—5pm.
The Art Of Adornment Wed 5 Aug—Wed l6 Sep. A selling exhibition of rare tribal lndianjewellery plusjewellery from the Sahara. amber and pieces by international designers.
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