including new Edinburgh paintings. Artists In Wartime Until Sat l2 Sep. Vietnamese drawings from the collection of Thu Stern.
34 Hamilton Place. 226 5425. Daily ‘).3()am—‘).3()pm.
Dockers Until Mon Rt Attg. A photographic exhibition by Dave Sinclair documenting the struggle of the Liverpool Dockers who went on strike from l‘)‘)5— l‘)‘)8.
TORRANCE GALLERY 30 Dundas Street. 556 (i306. Mon—Sat Ham—(rpm.
Still Life Parade Until Sat 5 Sep. Still lifes by Norah .Ninltno Crawford.
New Tiree Paintings Until Sat 5 Sep. New paintings by Frank Curran. Landscapes Of The Isles Until Sat 5
Se 1. Recent paintings by Tom H. Shanks. Fo ds And Forms Until Sat 5 Sep. Jewellery by Sheana M Stephen.
TRAVERSE THEATRE Cambridge Street. 228 I404. Daily ltlatn -mitlnight.
Dazzle l'ntil Sat 5 Sep. Contemporary jewellery exhibition featuring over 47 major natnes in contemporary design.
TSB BANK SCOTLAND The Atriutn. Henry Duncan llousc. I20 George Street. 558 I200. Mon-Fri 10am-5pm: Sat I()Lllll—~I am. Contemporary Scottis Art Until Sat 2‘) Attg. The Scottish Gallery and the Stenton Gallery present new works by gallery artists.
25A DUNDAS STREET 558 37l7. .\lon--l~’ri Illam-Opm: Sat Illanr—inn.
Edinburgh Festival Exhibition Until Sttn 30 Aug. An eshibition of l‘)th and 20th century Scottish paintings in a show organised by Glasgow's liwan Mundy Fine Art gallery.
HUNTLY HOUSE MUSEUM l-I2 Canongate. 52‘) 4 l4}. Mon Sat l()atn--5pm. Packed with historic arlefacts. this musetnn tells the story of Edinburgh's past and its people.
MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD
42 High Street. 52‘) 4H2. Daily l()am—-5pm. All tnanner of archive material and old toys relating to childhood through the ages.
Alphabets l'ntil Sat 3| ()ct. A display of ABC books and toys.
PEOPLE'S STORY tut Canongate. 52‘) 4057. Mon Sat ltlatn- 5pm. The sights. sounds and even smells of lidinburgh folk from the l8th century onwards.
ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND
2 Chambers Street. 247 421‘). Mon— Sat Itlam—5ptn (8pm Tue): Still noon~5pm. £3 (LL50); children free.
Art 81 Industry An educational and fun interactive gallery that features everything from an lilton .lolm stage suit to a Charles Rennie Mackintosh bookcase.
The Ivy Wu Gallery This permanent gallery features a superb collection of artworks from China. .Iapan and Korea. with costumes. ceramics. furniture and prints.
Chinese Lacquer t‘nul ls .\Iat' l‘)‘)‘). A display of Chinese lacquerware. the earliest of which is tnore than 2()()() years old. ' Photographic Display limit 4 .Ian I‘M). Photographs by Niall llendrie doctnnenting the construction of the Museum of Scotland.
' Furniture Of The Future Until Wed 30 Sep. A display of contemporary furniture by Rod Chisholm and Helen McCoig. Jewellery Moves Until 4 Jan l999. An exhibition of innovative contemporary jewellery.
Making Weaves - The Basketmaker Art Until 4 Jan 199‘). This exhibition highlights recent innovations in the indigenous Scottish craft of basketmaking.
l0 Cambridge Street. 473 393‘). Tue—Sat l()am—5pm: Sun 2—5pm (during the summer).
The Scottish Telecom World Of Communications This fully interactive. permanent exhibition looks at the history ofcotnmunicatitm.
WRITERS' MUSEUM Lady Stair“s Close. 52‘) 491) l. Mon—Sat l()am—5pm. A treasure-house of items relating to three of Scotland's most famous writers: Robert Louis Stevenson. Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott.
LEDTUIIES & EVENTS
Drawings 8y Bernini And Algardi Thu 27 Aug. 12.45pm. Royal Scottish Academy. Colin Bailey gives a slide lecture about these two sculptors.
Diana And Callisto Fri 28 Aug. l2.~l5pm. National Gallery of Scotland. Colin Bailey talks about Titian's painting. West Park Place Open Studios Weekends Sat 2‘)&Sun 30 Aug. West Park Place Studios 2--3 West Park Place. 3 l 3 248-1. An opportunity to look round the studios and to talk to artists working in a variety of disciplines.
The Feng Shui Journey Sat 2‘) Aug. l()am—~I.3()pm. £50 per day (also on 12 & 26 Sep). Stills. l-‘or booking inftn'mation contact 226 7888. A three-part course on how to create the successful environment for your home. office or life. led by professional l-‘eng Shui consultant Nicholas Fernee.
William Turnbull Mon 3| Aug. 12.45pm. National Gallery of Modern Art. A slide lecture given by Michael Gortnley.
Gillies: Landscapes Versus Still-Life Tue I Sep. l2.-I5ptn. Royal Scottish Academy. William Buchanan gives a slide lecture on Gillies.
Isabella Burns Begg Wed 2 Sep. l2.~15pm. National Portrait Gallery. Duncan Thomson talks about William Bonnar’s portrait.
The Winter Queen Thu 3 Sep. I2.~I5pln. Royal Scottish Academy. Rosalind Marshall gives a talk.
Adoration Of The Shepherds I‘TI 4 Sep. l2.-I5ptn. National Gallery of Scotland. Colin Wiggins discusses Dtmienichino‘s painting.
Anthony Caro: Sculpture From Paintings Mon 7 Sep. l2.-15pm. National Gallery of Modern Art. Colin Wiggins gives a talk.
First Among Equals: Gillies And His Contemporaries Tue 8 Sep. l2.45pni. Royal Scottish Academy. A slide lecture by David Patterson.
Earl Haig Wed ‘) Sep. l2.-I5ptn. National Portrait Gallery. Julia Rayer Rolfe talks about this painting by John Singer Sargent.
English Portraits Of The Winter
Queen Thu ll) Sep. l2.-I5pnl. Royal
i Scottish Academy. A slide lecture given by Angela Cos.
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