competition in 1901, this unfinished work has been completed by modem— day architects and designers in true Mackintosh style.
Contemporary Scottish Artworks Until Fri 31 Dec. £3.50 (£2.50). A collection of contemporary Scottish artworks on loan from Cyril Gerber Fine Arts.
University Avenue, 330 4221. Mon-Sat 9.30am—5pm. Free.
The Fine Art Of Medicine Until Sat 11 Dec. An exhibition celebrating the quarter-centenary of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. Exploring the relationship between art, medicine and public health using works of arts, the display features work by John Bellany, William Hunter, Alrecht Durer and Francisco Goya.
Monuments And Money Until Fri 24 Dec. A celebration of Roman architecture through coins produced over the last 500 years. Featured monuments include the Colosseum, Trajan’s Column and the Circus Maximus.
MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
Kelvin Hall, 1 Bumhouse Road, 287 2720. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm. Free.
Urban Transportation: The Future Until Mon 31 Jul. A look at urban transportation featuring a day in the life of ‘a family of the future’ which explains how lifestyle choices will be inﬂuenced by the changing technology. Part of Glasgow 1999.
PAISLEY MUSEUM & ART GALLERIES High Street, 889 3151. TueaSat 10am-5pm; Sun 2-5pm.
Paisley Artists Until Sat 18 Dec. The 87th annual exhibition of paintings and drawings by local artists.
THE BELLEVUE GALLERY
4 Bellevue Crescent, 557 1663. Tue—Sat noon-6pm.
Connections Across The North Sea Until Sat 11 Dec. A look at the links between Britain and the West Coast of Norway, focusing on commercial and cultural life, in particular, the ﬁshing and tourist industries.
BEYOND WORDS BOOKSHOP 42—44 Cockburn Street, 226 6636. Tue—Sat 10am-6pm; Sun & Mon noon-5 m. Steve Terra: Watching The River Flow Until Sat 1 Dec. Steve Terry captures moving water in close-up in this exhibition of monochrome prints.
CITY ART CENTRE
2 Market Street, 529 3993. Mon—Sat
10am-6pm; noon—5 m.
Housing The Peop e Until Sat 8 Jan. An
exhibition exploring the history of
Edinburgh’s colonies - unique houses
built during the 19th century for artisans
- through models, plans, photographs and
Ceramic Contemporaries Until Sat 8
Jan. Ceramics by students and recent duates from Britain and Ireland.
e Light Of The World - Christ's Story Told Through Art Until Sat 8 Jan. An exhibition bringing together paintings, sculptures, manuscripts and decorative artefacts that illustrate the life of Christ.
The Ancient Mosaics 0f Ravenna Until Sat 8 Jan. The ancient mosaics from the 5th and 6th centuries AD, were faithfully reproduced by the Group of Mosaicists from the Academy of Fine Arts, Ravenna. This exhibition shows 23 of these copies complemented by embroideries inspired by the mosaics.
PEOPLE'S PALACE 8: WINTER GARDEN Glasgow Green, 554 0223. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am-5pm.
Pride 0 Worth Until Sun 5 Dec. An exhibition documenting the impact that John Street Secondary School had on the East End and Southside communities in Glasgow from 1883 to 1998.
SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM Museum Of Education, 225 Scotland Street, 287 0500. Mon—Thu & Sat 10am-5pm; Fri & Sun 11am-5pm. Free. Designed in 1904 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now home to archive material on education in Scotland from 1872 onwards. Reconstructed classrooms give a ﬂavour of Victorian, Edwardian, World War II and 19605 school days.
Artism 2000 Sun 5 Dec—Mon 31 Jan. A major exhibition organised by the Scottish Society for Autistic Children in partnership with Autismo Burgos featuring over 134 artworks by autistic children and adults from all over Europe. Showing alongside the exhibition, are new artworks created by children who attended a workshop at Glasgow’s Project Ability.
ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART
2 Castle Street, 553 2557. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm. Free. Sacred Spaces Until Tue 29 Feb. Photographs of the different architectural Styles of religious buildings to be found in Glasgow including Glasgow Cathedral and Glasgow Central Mosque.
THE TALL SHIP AT GLASGOW HARBOUR
100 Stobcross Road, 339 0631. Daily lOam-Spm. £3.50 (£2.50—£2.95).
Five Thousand Days At Sea Until Sun 30 Apr. Exhibition on board the only Clydebank sailing ship still aﬂoat in the UK documenting her adventures on the high seas between 1897 and 1919. Story In The Stones Until Sun 30 Apr. (Pumphouse Main Gallery). An exhibition looking at the impact of the industrial ages on Glasgow harbour.
COLLECTIVE 6 THE LUMIERE
Royal Museum, Chambers Street, 247 4219.
Pixelvision Fri 3 Dec, 6pm. £2.50 (£1.50). A screening of new video art selected by artists Stephanie Smith and John Beagles and curator Charles Esche. Artists include Lucy Brown, Davide Rosetzky, David Michael Clarke and Frederik Pedersen. Pixelvision is to tour to Belfast, London, Amsterdam and
CYBERIA INTERNET CAFE
88 Hanover Street, 220 4403. Mon—Sat 10am—10pm; Sun noon-7pm.
Joyce Watt Fri 3 Dec-Fri 7 Jan. Paintings in oil, acrylic and on perspex by Joyce Watt.
THE DEAN GALLERY
Belford Road, 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat lOam—Spm; Sun 2-5pm. Cafe. Situated opposite the National Gallery of Modern Art, the new Dean Gallery is entirely devoted to art of the 20th century. Formerly a 19th century orphanage, it houses a large collection of work by Eduardo Paolozzi, as well as outstanding works drawn from the National Galleries’ Dada and Surrealist collections, plus works by Giacometti, Picabia, Max Ernst and others. The upper galleries are given over to temporary exhibitions.
Morandi And His Time: Paintings From The Giovanardi Collection Until Sun 5 Dec. £1.50 (£1). A collection of work by the Italian still life painter Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964) complemented by works by his contemporaries Mario Sironi, Massimo Campigli, Carlo Carra, Filippo de Pisis, Osvaldo Licini and Mario Mafai.
Rene Magritte Until Sun 26 Mar. £4 (£3). The king of Surrealism who painted bizarre landscapes, ﬂuffy cottonwool clouds and bowler hatted men raining from the sky is celebrated in an exhibition which gets its only UK showing at The Dean Gallery. See feature, page 14.
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' The Scottisn Ans COunciI is Creating a dynamic ans environment which enhances the quality of life
THE SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCIL - -
There has rarely been a more exciting or crucial time in the
development of the arts in Scotland.
New members are needed to serve on the Scottish Arts Council’s artform and lottery committees, advising Council on policy and making funding recommendations and decisions. To help create a vision for the arts for the 21st century we need a range of views and would like to hear from young
people and from people outwith the Central Belt.
Vacancies are liker to arise in a number of committees, with a particular need for people with the following skills and
' COMBINED ARTS - knowledge of festivals; arts in rural communities; urban and communitv arts development; arts and disability issues.
' CRAFTS - experience of ceramics; work with children and voung people outside formal education; disability issues;
knowledge of selling, marketing and promotion.
° DANCE - a special interest in Scottish traditional dance; classical ballet; work with children and young people; contemporary dance practice.
' DRAMA - knowledge of contemporary writing for theatre; community theatre marketing; theatre direction; performing arts administration.
' LITERATURE - experience in publishing; contemporary Scottish writing (including writing in (iaelic and Scots); knowledge of literature for children and young people.
' VISUAL ARTS - special knowledge of disability and cultural diversity issues; professional expertise and knowledge of digital imaging and work in new media. Experience of visual arts with children and young people particularly in educational context.
° LOTTERY - experience of arts for children and young people; capital development in Iilm; arts management; economic development; knowledge of local authority arts and finance; knowledge of (iaelic and highland arts; visual
arts; rural and communitv arts; large scale arts buildings.
These posts are voluntary but expenses m'll be reimbursed.
Closing date for applications: Friday 28 january 2000
For further Infomiation and an application form, please contact:
Scottish Arts Council
12 Manor Place
Edinburgh EH3 7DD
7231:0131 226 605/ (snitchboard) 013] 240 2435 (direct line)
Website: http://mm: sac. org. ulz
for the people of Scatland.
2-16 Dec 1999 TIIELIST