One of the works featured in Semi-Detached an exhibition of paintings by Andrew MacKenzie at the East Kilbride Arts Centre
Drawing By Architects From The Mac Mon 26 Apr—Sat I5 May. (Mackintosh Gallery). The third in a series of exhibitions on the uses of drawings. The show looks at the different practice of graduates at the Mac for whom drawing is crucial to the design process.
Flexible Furniture Tue 27 Apr—Thu 20 May. (Podium Gallery). Flexibility is a key word for designers. galleries and furniture retail outlets and this exhibition reassesses accepted definitions ofcraft objects as one-off items made by one person.
architectural form of libraries built in Glasgow and the United States between l90l—l9l5. l’ttr! (t/'(}/u.yemi' /<)()‘).
LILLIE ART GALLERY
L Station Road. Milngavie. 578 8847. Tue—Fri lOam—Ipm. 2--5pm; Sat & Sun 2—5 m.
Wil iam Gillies - A Sense Of Place Until Sat 8 May. The Royal Scottish Academy‘s touring exhibition commemorating the centenary of the birth of 20th century artist. Sir William Gillies.
3 Park Circus. 332 2555. Mon-Thu lOam—8pm; Fri |(lam-4pm; Sat
lOam— I pm.
Berlin — A City In Transition Sun l8 Apr—Sat l5 May. Striking images taken over the last ten years of the city which has been dubbed the biggest building site itt Europe by a range of international photographers.
l Cleveden Gardens. 334 2473. Tue 6—8pm: Wed—Sat noon—6pm. Bertrand Bracaval Fri lo Apr—Sat 8 May. Paintings. drawings. prints and books by Bertrand Bracaval.
HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY
University of Glasgow. University Avenue. 330 543i). Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm. Home to the university's collection of art and sculpture and an on- going programme of temporary exhibitions. the Hunterian also features a recreation of Charles Rettnie Mackintosh‘s Glasgow house which contains original furnishings.
Tools For The Shaman ()n permanent display in the refurbished Sculpture Courtyard. Jake Harvey shows monumental works carved from Irish basalt.
2 Sinclair Drive. 632 ()8 l().
Landmarks Of Literacy: Glasgow's Carnegie Libraries Until Fri 30 Apr. An exhibition illustrating the diversity in
THE LLOYD JEROME GALLERY
200 Bath Street. 33] ()722. Tue-Sat 9am—6pm; Thu l Iam-8pm.
Stranger Fruit Until Thu 6 May. Product Design degree students at Glasgow School ofArt show innovative prototypes. models and drawings.
THE LOFT GALLERY
7l Houldsworth Street. Finnieston. 22l 4799. Wed—Sat 2—6pm.
Confluence Sat 17 Apr—Sat S May. New work by Jila Peacock. Christine Ironside and Flora ()‘Neill.
THE OLD COURT HOUSE I9I Ingram Street. Wed—Sun I Iain-5pm. For further details call ’I‘ramway on 422 2023.
Glaschu (Dear Green Place) tTntil Sun 25 Apr. Famed 'Free/e' artist and maker of flower installations. Anya ('iallaccto here transforms the floor of one of the main rooms iii the Old High (‘ourt itito a ‘living carpet’ of plants.
THE OLD FRUITMARKET Albion Street. 287 3554. Mon I()ain—5pm; Sun I lam—5pm. Vertigo: The Strange New World Of The Contemporary City L'ntil Sun In May. Focusing on ten of the most signiﬁcant building projects around the world. this exhibition looks at the changing nature of the city. and of architecture. as we enter the 2 lst century. I I’tll'! ti/'(}/tl.y'gtiit‘ [999.
Centre For l)eyelopmentai Arts. IS Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon I~ii I()am-y5pm.
Universal Print Show ll t'ntil Hi 7 May. Fine art prints by artists with disabilities.
RGI KELLY GALLERY IIS Douglas Street. 248 (3386. Mon Fri l()3()ani»5pm; Sat Ill.3()am---lpm.
RGIS lfntil Sat 24 Apr. Small paintings Ill oils and watercolours by members of the Royal Glasgow Institute oi the Fine Arts. ROYAL CONCERT HALL 2 Sauchiehall Street. 2S7 Illam (rpm.
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55 l I. .\Ion Sal
jewellery and tnetalyyork by over (ill
exhibitors at one of the largest exhibitions of its type III litirope. ST MARY'S CATHEDRAL
.300 (ireal \\L'\It"ll Rtlilii. lb" .55 l l. .\lon- l‘it Illam 5pm.
Wider Implications: Other Possibilities l'iztil l‘ri 7 May. New paintings by .-\nn l’oyyei.
SCOTTISH MASK 8t PUPPET THEATRE CENTRE
S III litllcai'les .-\\ enue. Rely intlale. 33‘) (il.\'5. .\lon Wed ltlam 5pm; Sat l 5pm. 'l‘liu tk I'll by appointment
Design And Scenography In Mask And Puppet Theatre l'nul l-‘n ll I)ec. ('ralt and design from the puppet theatre including set designs. scale models and draw ings to working figures and masks. l’tll'l (If (ilthg‘rﬂt /‘/‘/(/.
26 King Street. 552 215 l. 'I‘ue Sat lllaiii -5.3()pm.
Body Spaces t'nul Sal I May. New photographic work by .-\tl.\Il'l;lIi artist lili/abelh \Vorndl. combining images of the body \y llll the urban spaces of Sal/burg. (ilasgoyy and London. l’tirl u/ (i/tlyeltlt /‘)‘)‘/. Sc‘t‘ i'ey It‘yy
Lifeform l‘tilil Sal I \lay .-\ series of luturistte dadatst pliolograms by Ryan lixidore plus two new y tdeo yyoiks entitled ‘.\lonitot’ and .l'lllll} Snul'f',
13TH NOTE CAFE
50—60 King Street. 553 I638.
The Story So Far . . . Until Wed 28 Apr. A selection of previously shown work by Glasgow-based female photographers collective. Country Girls.
13TH NOTE CLUB
260 Clyde Street. 243 2 I77. Tue—Sun 9ptti—3am.
Kiss My Ass Until Sun 25 Apr. Nineteen Glasgow-based artists create toilet- inspired works. on display quite appropriately in the toilets. Featured artists include Patricia Fleming. Luci Ransotne. Victoria Henderson and Scott Riley.
34 ALBION STREET
2nd Floor. Mon—Fri I()am—5pm. For further info call Glasgow School of Art on 353 4547.
Kilter Fri 23 Apr—Sat I May. An exhibition of work by 3rd year Fine Art photography students from Glasgow School ofArt.
28 King Street. 552 4813. Tue—Sat
Euro Ride: The Pineapple Goes Transmission Until Sat 24 Apr. An exchange project with Pineapple. a mobile project room for contemporary art founded in 1997 by Torbjijrn Limé iii Malmo. Sweden. There will be a return show with Scottish artists exhibiting iii Sweden this September. See review.
TRONGATE STUDIOS GALLERY
I8 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon—Fri l()am—5 nn.
Michae Rattray Until Fri 30 Apr.
off Gordon Street. For further details contact "Eamway on 0141 287 6663. Space Invader Until Sat I May. The first in a series of Tramway Public Art Commissions featuring the work of Iain Kettles and Susie Hunter. Well known for their inflatables. the work is based on the idea of architectural sculpture and design.
This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details of other museums, see Glasgow Life, page 86.
ART GALLERY 8: MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE
Argyle Street. Kelvingrove. 287 2699. Mon Sat I()am—5pm; Sun Ham-5pm. Cafe.
Panorama Glasgow Until Sun 9 May. Free. Panoramic view of some of Glasgow‘s most attractive interiors. plus a multi-media CD-Roin display. Part of (i/rtsemv #199.
Vaisakhi Banners: Painted Banners And Embroidered Cloths Until Sun In May. Painted banners and embroidered cloths depicting aspects of Sikh faith and culture. l’url (if'GItts‘gmr /99‘/. AULD KIRK MUSEUM
The Cross. Kirkintilloch. 578 0I44. 'I’tte~Sat I()am--Ipm & 2—5pm. House Of Cards Until Sat 8 May. An exhibition of illustrations which have appeared on colourful playing cards through the centuries.
HOUSE FOR AN.ART LOVER Bellaliouston Park. It) Dumbreck Road. 353 .1773. £3.50 (£2.50). Cafe.
Ray Richardson Until Wed 5 May. (‘omemporary figurative paintings by Ray Richardson.
Cameo L'ntil Thu () May. Contemporary
jewellery by students at Glasgow School
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