(WASPS) Patriothall Studios, off 48 Hamilton Place, 225 1289. Tue-Sat noon-5 m; Sat noon4pm.
Eve ing Is Large Sat 6—Wed 17 Nov. New paintings by Shaun Morris.
2—6 Calton Road, 557 2925. Daily IOam-lam.
Down Under Until Tue 21 Dec. An exhibition of non-commercial work by Edinburgh-based photographer Reuben Paris, taken on a recent trip to Australia.
43 Candlemaker Row, 220 1911. Tue—Sat Ham-5.30pm.
Alexa Wright ‘I' Until Sat 13 Nov. A series of eight large-scale, computed generated, colour photographs by Alexa Wright produced during a residency at Edinburgh’s Napier University. Challenging the perceptions of able- bodied people towards physical disability, the exhibition throws up numerous questions centring on the ideas of the body.
THE QUEEN'S HALL
Clerk Street, 667 7776. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.
Barbara Sumner Until Sat 27 Nov. Self- taught watercolourist and laboratory scientist, Barbara Sumner presents work with a particular focus on botanical subjects.
Odette Kemp Until Sat 27 Nov. Born in France, but a long time resident of Midlothian, Odette Kemp’s work has been exhibited all over Scotland.
THE REYNOLDS GALLERY
63 Dublin Street, 557 0480. Tue-Fri 11am-5pm; Sat 11am—4pm.
Kym Needle Fri S-Sat 13 Nov. Landscape paintings by Australian artist Kym Needle.
Brian Johnson Thu 18 Nov-Thu 30 Dec. Scottish and Tuscan landscape paintings.
15 Rutland Square, 229 7545. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm; Sat 10am-4pm.
So You Want To Build A Castle? Mon 8—Fri 12 Nov. A school-based project with the aim of developing children’s understanding of 3D space, with the help of Crichton Wood, designer of Castle Dhu.
Sole Practitioners Mon 15-Sun 28 Nov. An exhibition of illustrations of the work of sole practitioner architect’s practices in Scotland.
ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE
Grindlay Street, 248 4848. Opening during performance times.
Kirsty Smith Until Sat 20 Nov. Recent drawings and paintings.
ROYAL OVER-SEAS HOUSE
Landings Gallery, 100 Princes Street, 225 1501. Daily 10am-6pm.
Grace O'Connor Until Fri 19 Nov. 10am—6pm. Paintings by recent graduate of the Royal Academy Schools in London and previous prize-winner of the ROSL Commonwealth Travel Scholarship.
ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY
The Mound, 225 6671. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 2-5pm.
Society 01‘ Scottish Artists Until Sat 6 Nov. The 105th annual exhibition of works by members of the Society of Scottish Artists.
THE SABLE GALLERY
29b Dundas Street, 467 3937. Mon—Fri 11am-7pm.
Launch Exhibition Until Fri 19 Nov. This new gallery in Edinburgh’s New Town opens with an exhibition of paintings by Scottish and South African artists including work by Richard Demarco, Liz Murray, Marian Levin and Robert Slingsby, Geoﬁrey Bullen-Smith and Deborah Poynton. .
SCOTCH HOUSE GALLERY
The Scotch House, 39-41 Princes Street, 3rd ﬂoor, 556 1252. Mon—Sat 9am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm.
Leaves Sat l3-‘Fue 30 Nov. New work by mixed media sculptor Dale Joseph Rowe.
16 Dundas Street, 558 1200. Mon-Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am-4pm.
Flora Book Until Wed 24 Nov. Jewellery by American artist Flora Book.
Katie Horsman Memorial Exhibition Until Wed 24 Nov. Ceramics and paintings.
5 Barony Street, 478 7440. Tue-Sat 10am-6pm.
Contemporary Scottish Art and Design Until Thu 25 Nov. This new gallery and shop features a selection of hand-woven and embroidered rugs and textiles by Turkoman, Uzbek, Beluchi and Aimay tribes, plus a changing programme of contemporary Scottish art and design, including furniture and frames by Robin Wood, paintings by Yorg Johnston, Aife McGovern and Bill Holmes, etchings by Juan Arkotxa, ceramics by Kate Masters and Ed Iglehart.
THE SOUTHSIDE GALLERY
58 Ratcliffe Terrace, 667 1966. Mon 9am—5pm; Tue-Fri 9am—6pm; Sat 10am—5pm.
Myrtle Ashmole Fri 12-Fri 26 Nov. Screenprints and etchings by Myrtle Ashmole, with 20% of the sales going to the Carrifran Wildwood Project, which aims to recreate a prehistoric woodland in the Southern Uplands of Scotland.
23 Cockbum Street, 622 6200. 'hie-Sat 10am—6pm.
Postcards 0n Photography Until Sat 4 Dec. A major touring exhibition focusing on British, photo-realist painting and sculpture including work by Jason Brooks, Mark Faimington, Andrew Grassie, Alex Hartley, Andrew Holmes, John Salt and Paul \thstanley.
Guess Who's Coming To Dinner . . . Until Sat 4 Dec. (Upstairs @ Stillsg; Participants from Grindlay Court ntre worked with artists Neville Blaszk and Lawrence Nowosad using liquid light photography emulsion to print photographs onto plates for guests they would like to invite to dinner.
Gordon Brown, Richard Wilson, Muriel Gray and Sharleen Spiteri. The works will be auctioned on Thu 25 Nov with all proceeds going to Amnesty International.
This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions.
142 Canongate, 529 4143. Mon-Sat lOam-S m. Free.
It‘s No aim Beach Until Sat 13 Nov. An exhibition of prints by Jules George focusing on people of African descent living in Edinburgh.
TALBOT RICE GALLERY
University of Edinburgh, South Bridge, 650 2211. Tue—Sat 10am-5pm.
Ainslie Yule Sat 13 Nov-Sat 18 Dec. Scottish artist Ainslie Yule presents new sculpture in his ﬁrst solo show in Scotland for more than a decade.
MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD
42 High Street, 529 4142. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Free.
On The Crest 01‘ A Wave Until Sat 27 Nov. Through memorabilia and musical memories, this exhibition celebrates the 40th Edinburgh Gang Show.
36 Dundas Street, 556 6366. Mon—Fri 11am—6pm; Sat 10.30am—4 m.
Beth Webster and Harry . McGregor Until Sat 6 Nov. Recent paintings. Linda Clark Sat 13—Sat 27 Nov. Recent paintings.
Traverse Theatre Bar, Cambridge Street, 228 1404. Daily 10am-midni t. Representations 0f Fre om Until Thu 25 Nov. Amnesty lntemational selected 80 influential people in Scotland and asked them to draw an image which represented freedom. The result is a selection of pictures by celebrities including Annie Lennox,
MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND
Chambers Street, 247 4219. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm (8pm Tue); Sun noon-5pm. £3 (£1.50); under 185 free. This is the latest addition to our National Museums and the only one dedicated solely to Scotland’s history and heritage. The building contains five thematically- arranged exhibitions, moving from pre- history, through the Industrial Revolution, to the present day, at which point national heroes such as Billy Connolly and Elaine C. Smith get involved.
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Down-under: Photographer Reuben Paris shows photographs of his trip to Australia at Pivo Catfe 4-18 Nov 1999 THE LIBTB‘I