EDINBURGH GALLERIES continued
THE QUEEN'S HALL
Clerk Street. 667 7776. Open to ticket holders; general public please phone for access times 668 3456.
Lynn Hanley Uittil Sat 5 Sep. Textile Cityscapes of Iidinburgh by Lynn llanley. Upbeat Impulses Until Sat 5 Sep. Paintings atid sketches focusing on the arts by Lucinda Mackay.
I5 Rutland Square. 22‘) 7545. Mon—l-‘ri 9am—5pm; Sat I0am-4 )III.
RIAS Festival Exhibition 1998 - Virtual Environments Until Fri 28 Aug. An exhibition giving the visitor the chance to design their own buildings using software developed by Integrated Iinvironment Solutions. Accompanying the show are examples of buildings which have been designed using this technology,
ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND HEADQUARTERS
36 St Andrew Square. 22I 6032. Mott. Tue. Thu 8; Fri 9. I5am- 4.45pm: Wed I()am—445piii.
Edinburgh College Of Art 1998 Mon l0 Aug—Fri 4 Sep. A selection of work frotit the I‘NX degree show.
ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN
lnverleith House. Inverleith Row. 552 7l7l. Tue—Sun 10am—5pm.
Glass Until Stiii 27 Sep. (Glasshouses: Open daily I0am--5pm). (.‘ontemporary glass works by twelve international artists. inspired by the glasshouses of the garden. Revenge Of The Cereal Killers Until Sun l6 Aug. (lixhibition Hall). A major exhibition Iiigliliglitiiig some of the world's most devastating plant diseases.
ROYAL FINE ART COMMISSION Bakehouse Close. I46 Canongate. 556 669‘). Daily I lam—4pm.
The Scottish Parliament Architectural Competition Until Sun 30 Atig. Models and drawings liigliliglititig the international talent attracted by the competition to design a new Scottish Parliament.
ROYAL OVER-SEAS HOUSE Landings Gallery. I00 Princes Street. 225 I501. Daily I()am—(ipni.
Mirrors: Adrian Davidson Until In 25 Sep. ()riginal framed mirrors by Northern Irish artist Adrian Davidson.
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87 Giles Street. Leith. 554 3451. Mon-Fri I lam—5pm; Sat I lam—4pm.
Elemental Scotland Mon to Aug-Sat 5 Sep. Landscapes and seascapes by various artists including Mary Batchelor. Joyce Borland and Alexander Robb.
SCOTTISH ARTS CLUB
24 Rutland Square. 22‘) I076. Daily
I lam—noon & 3—1 I in.
William Gillies, His Contemporaries And Pupils Mon l0 Aug—Sal 5 Sep. Gillies' work is accompanied by that of contemporaries such as Mac'l‘aggart as well as pupils frotn his 40 years as a teacher.
Vincent Butler Mon [0 Aug—Sat 5 Sep. Drawings by sculptor Vincent Butler.
l6 Dtiiitlas Street. 558 I200. bittll-‘Ffl l0am- 6pm: Sat I()am- 4pm.
Elizabeth Blackadder Hi 7 Aug -\\'ed 2 Sep. New paintings. draw tugs aitd prints. Gordon Baldwin Fri 7 Aug-Well 2 Sep. Ceramics and drawings.
British Gold - Italian Gold Hi 7 Aug—Wed 2 Sep. Jewellery.
THE SOUTHSIDE GALLERY
58 Ratcliffe Terrace. 667 l‘)66. Mon-Sat ‘).30am —6pm.
Elizabeth Blackadder and Barbara Rae Sat 8 Aug-Sat l2 Sep. ()riginal prints atid paintings.
5 York Place. 558 7272. Daily noon-«8pm. Cellars Of Art Sat 8—Sun 30 Aug. Paintings. sculpture. tapestry aitd jewellery by students arid graduates of Iidinburgh College Of Ait.
STILLS 23 Cockburn Street. 622 6200. Tue—Sat I()am—8 m; Sun—Mott noon 5pm.
Richar Prince Until Sat 26 Sep. A solo show of work by American artist Richard Prince. He incorporates found images aitd appropriated texts into large two- dimensional works reflecting particular eras in America's recent past
l0 Stafford Street. 226 58 l 2. Mon —Sat ‘).30am—6pm; Stiii noon—5pm.
‘ The Art Of The Mirror l‘ntil Stiii 30 Aug. Recent works by contemporary British designers and makers.
ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY
The Mound. 225 667 I. Mott-Sat l0am—5pm; Stiii 2«5pm. tl‘estival hours from ‘) Aug: Mon- Sat I0ani—6pni; Sun
| lam—6pm ).
William Gillies Centenary Exhibition Until Stiti II Oct. £4 (£2). A major exhibition coitiinemoratiiig the centenary of the birth of one of Scotland's finest 20th century artists. Sir William Gillies.
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TALBOT RICE GALLERY
' University of lidinbtirgh. South Bridge. 650 22] l. Mon—Sat l0am «5pm; Stiii 2~5pm. Looking Out To Sea Sat 8 Aug—Sat I2 Sep. Works from the l‘)‘)0s by .lock Mcl‘adyen including new lidinburgh paintings.
Artists In Wartime Sat 8 Aug—Sat 12 Sep. Vietnamese drawings from the collection of Thu Stern.
34 Hamilton Place. 2265425. Daily ‘).30aiti—‘).30pm.
Dockers Mon I0—Mon 3| Aug. A moving photographic exhibition by Dave Sinclair documenting the struggle of the Liverpool Dockers who went on strike front
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and old toys relating to childhood through the ages.
I63 Canongate. 52‘) 4057. Mon—Sat l0am—5pm. The sights. sounds and even smells of Edinburgh folk from the l8th century onwards.
36 Dtindas Street. 556 6366. Mon .Sat
Still Life Parade Sat 8 Aug—Sat 5 Sep. Still lifes by Nora Nimmo Crawford.
New Tiree Paintings Sat 8 Aug~SaI 5 Sep. New paintings by Frank Curran. Landscapes Of The Isles Sat 8 Aug—Sal 5 Sep. Recent paintings by Tom H. Shanks.
Cambridge Street. 228 I404. Daily I()ain—midniglit.
Dazzle Thu I3 Aug—Sat 5 Sep. Contemporary jewellery exhibition featuring over 47 major names in contemporary design.
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'l‘lie Atrium. Henry Duncan House. I20 George Street. 558 I200. Moti —l"ri I0am—5pm; Sat l0am—4 in. Contemporary Scottis Art Mon III—Sat 2‘) Aug. The Scottish Gallery and the Stenton Gallery present new works by gallery artists.
Chester Street. 225 6293. Daily 10am—5pm. In The Steps Of Phoebe Anna Traquair 1998 Sat 8—Sun 23 Aug. A multi-media. selling exhibition featuring female artists. botlt new and establisltcd.
WARE ON EARTH
I5 Howe Street. 558 I276. Mon—Fri ’ I()aiii—6pm; Sat l0am—5.30pin; Sttii noon—4pm.
Paper Cuts Glass Mon I0~Stiii 30 Aug. A group show featuring three lidiiibtirgli artists; Victoria Fellingham. Alison Croft arid Susan McCarthy.
25A DUNDAS STREET
1 558 3717. Mon—Fri I()aiii—(ipm; Sat
Edinburgh Festival Exhibition t'ntiI Sun 30 Aug. Glasgow's liwan thdy l'ine Art shows some of the finest examples of l‘)th and 20th century Scottiin paintings.
s EDINBURGII MUSEUMS
HUNTLY HOUSE MUSEUM
I42 Canongate. 52‘) 4 I43. Mon—Sat l0am-5pin. Packed with historic .trtefacts. this museum tells the story of lithnbiirgh’s past and its people.
MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD 42 High Street. 52‘) 4l42. Daily 10am—5pm. All manner of archiv c material
ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND
2 Chambers Street. 247 42 l‘). Mon—Sat l0am—5pm (8pm Tue); San noon—5pm. £3 (£I.50); children free.
Art Bi Industry Ati educational and ftiii interactive gallery that features everything front an Elton John stage suit to at Charles Rennie Mackintosh bookcase.
The Ivy Wu Gallery This permanent gallery features a superb collection of artworks from China. Japan and Korea. with costumes. ceramics. furniture and prints.
Chinese Lacquer Until 28 Mar 1999. A display of Chinese lacquerware. the earliest of which is more than 2000 years old. Photographic Display Until 4 Jan I999. Photographs by Niall Hendrie documenting the construction of the Museum of ScoHand.
Furniture Of The Future Until Wed 30 Sep. A display of contemporary funiiture by Rod Chisholm and Helen McCoig.
20 Castle Terrace. 343 2840. Mon-Fri l0am—6pm.
The Scottish Telecom World Of Communications This fully interactive. permanent exhibition looks at the history of communication.
Lady Stair's Close. 52‘) 4‘)0l. Mon—Sat I()am-5pm. A treasure-house of items relating to three of Scotland's itiost famous writers: Robert Louis Stevenson. Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott.
LECTURES & EVENTS Edinburgh Introducing Bernini Thu 6 Aug. I2.45pm. Royal Scottish Academy. Timothy Clifford gives a slide lecture on Bernini. Defining Impressionism Fri 7 Aug. I2.45pm. National Gallery of Scotland. A talk by Michael Clarke. Surrealist Sculpture Mon to Atig. I2.45pm. National Gallery of Modern Art. A slide lecture given by Bill Hare. Gillies: The Human Presence Tue I 1 Aug. I2.45pm. Royal Scottish Academy. Duncan Thomson gives a slide lecture on William Gillies. Sean Connery by John Bellany Wed 12 Aug. I2.45pm. National Portrait Gallery. Helen Terry discusses Joltii Bellany‘s paintin t. Bernini's Wonderful Technique Thu I3 Aug. I2.45pm. Royal Scottish Academy. A slide lecture with Charles Avery.