GLASGOW GALLERIES continued
18 King Street, 552 2540. Tue-Fri 10am—6pm; Sat lOam—me. Tunnel - Stephen Sltrynlta Until Fri 28 Apr. Stephen Skrynka recreates Glasgow’s Clyde Pedestrian and Cycle Tunnel in an installation for the gallery space. Paintin the walls white, the
fﬁti found tn the tunnel come in the
cm of sounds which the artist has recorded. A short ﬁlm entitled Joyriders will also be screened. In Glass Loopholes Fri S—Sat 27 May. Recent work by four Glasgow-based artists Victoria Morton, Samantha Murray, Jenny 0’ Boer and Julie Parker.
THE LIGHTHOUSE 11 Mitchell Lane, 221 6362. Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat 10.30am-6pm; Tue 11am-6pm; Thu 10.30am—8pm; Sun noon—5pm. Kidsize: The Material World Of Childhood Until Sun 4 Jun. £2.50 (£2); free for children under 16. This exhibition organised by the Vitra Design Museum looks at the changing relationships between children and adults, expressed through children’s everyday material environments in societies. An interactive education programme accompanies the show with workshops, specially constructed 3D interactive experience and activities for children. VKBC — From Egg Boxes To Lamp Shades Until Mon 15 May. This exhibition charts the deve10pment of VK&C’s award-winning lighting from its initial develo ment to the end product. The Action one Until Sun 14 May. To coincide with the Kidsize exhibition, The Action Zone provides an opportunity for children to design and make their own toys, play games and learn about toys and ames from cultures around the world. cottish Design Awards Until Mon 1 May. The Scottish Design Awards is Scotland’s largest and most prestigious industry event, attracting over 600 entries from all over the country. For the ﬁrst time, the public have the opportunity to vote. See review.
The only way is up: a still from Ellen Cantor's Between Heaven and Hell from her
Centre For Developmental Arts, 18 Albion Street, 552 2822. Mon-Fri 10am—5 m.
Recent orlt Until Fri 26 May. An exhibition of work by Leslie Nimmo, Storeen Hawthorne, Alex Connecher, Neil Gillies and Linda Smith.
RGI KELLY GALLERY
118 Douglas Street, 248 6386. Mon-Fri 10.30am-5pm; Sat 10.30am—1pm.
The Glasgow Group Sat 29 Apr-Sat 13 May. Oil and watercolour aintings by members of the Glasgow Group.
LILLIE ART GALLERY Station Road, Milngavie, 578 8847. Tile-Fri 10am—1pm, 2—5pm; Sat & Sun 2—5pm. Fleeting Arcadias Until Sat 29 Apr. A touring photography exhibition from the Arts Council of England’s collection. Towards 2000 Until Sat 6 May. Photography exhibition by members of ge Milngavie and Bearsden Camera ub.
LLOYD JEROME GALLERY
200 Bath Street, 331 0722. Tueéat 9am—6 m.
Scott Riley and Jad Fair Until Thu 4 May. Glasgow-based New York artist Scott Riley shows new paintings reﬂecting his daily life and American artist and musician Jad Fair presents an exhibition of paper cut-outs.
Five Sat 6—Mon 8 May. Recent work by ﬁve printmakers: Helen Fay, Hetty Haxworth, Rachel Owen, Talbot Christie and Juliet Addenbrooke, reﬂecting the diversity of printmaking techniques.
ROYAL CONCERT HALL
2 Sauchiehall Street, 287 5511. Daily 10am-7ﬁm (till 9.30pm on concert days). Kennet A. Burns Until Mon 29 May. An exhibition of paintings in association with the Gatehouse Gallery.
100 Renfrew Street, 332 5057. Mon-Fri 9am—4.30pm.
Future Origin Until Sun 30 Apr. Recent works by Glasgow School of Art graduate and resident scenic artist for the RSAMD, Jamie Mackay.
Colour For Health Mon 1—Wed 31 May. New paintings by Margaret S. Thomson inspired by the natural world.
6 Bumﬁeld Road, Giffnock, 638 1200. Mon—Sat 10am-5.30pm; Sun noon-5pm. Emerging Artists Partnership A new gallery from the Emerging Artists Partnership Ltd, showcasing the work of leading art schools throughout Scotland and the UK.
THE LOFT GALLERY
71 Houldsworth Street, Finnieston, 221 4799. Tue—Sat noon—6pm.
Five Conceptual Artists Sat 29 Apr-Sat 13 May. Conceptual artists David Wishart, Kirsty Anderson, Lynne McCabe, Sally Osbourne and Anne Elliot create a site-speciﬁc installation for the
The Marble Hall, North Street, 305 2999. Mon—Thu 9am—8pm; Fri-Sat 9am-5pm. Simpson 8: Brown Architects Until Fri 28 Apr. Recent work by Simpson & Brown Architects focusing on conservation, new building and ecological design.
U T‘LIST 27 Apr-ll May 2000
26 King Street, 552 2151. Tue—Sat loam—5.3 m.
Julie Rea - Existing Bodies Until Sat 29 Apr. Three dimensional photographic works by Julie Read, created during her residency at George Watsons College and related to ideas of identity and community.
Mhairi Sutherland - Black Out Until Sat 29 Apr. Lens-based work by artist Mhairi Sutherland focusing on local subjects around St Andrews including RAF Leuchars, the Secret Bunker and the New Picture House.
Adesh - Andrew McDermid Tue 9 May-Sat 10 Jun. Andrew McDermid travelled to remote areas in Northern
solo show at Transmission
India to photograph over twenty portraits of Indian holy men (Sadhus). The result is a stunning collection of black and white and cibachrome prints, offering a rare insight of these mystical gurus.
28 King Street, 552 4813. Tue—Sat 1 lam—5pm. Ellen Cantor Until Sat 13 May. American born, London-based artist Ellen Cantor shows narrative video projections and a series of drawings, in her ﬁrst exhibition in Scotland. See review.
Fragile Paradise Until Sat 29 Apr. (Basement Project) Glasgow School of Art graduate Claudine Hartzel creates a new piece of work using eight slide projectors. Each slide houses images of characters from the covers of Mills and Boon romance novels.
18 Albion Street, 552 2822. Mon—Fri IOam—Spm.
Captured Light Until Fri 12 May. Recent work by John Connor.
This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions.
ART GALLERY 8: MUSEUM. KELVINGROVE
Argyle Street, Kelvingrove, 287 2699. Monéat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. Cafe. Free.
Intimate Views Until Mon 1 May. This photographic exhibition reveals the marine life living in the waters of the Irish Sea and the west coast of Scotland. Continuum - Textiles To Celebrate The Millennium Until Wed 31 May. An exhibition of work by contemporary craftspeople, or anised by the Association of uilds of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers.
Wild, Wet And Wonderful Until Sun 3 Sep. Scotland’s historic peat bogs, their importance to the environment and the dangers they face, are explored in this touring exhibition from Scottish Natural Heritage.
AULD KIRK MUSEUM
The Cross, Kirkintilloch, 578 0144. Tue-Sat lOam—l m & 2—5pm. Free. Woodhead Art glub Until Sat 6 May. Paintings by members of this local art
2060 Pollokshaws Road, 287 2550. Mon-Thu & Sat 10am-5pm; Fri & Sun 11am—5pm. Free.
Wild Tigers 0f Bandhavgarh Until Sun 19 Nov. A major exhibition of paintings, sculpture and installation highlighting the plight of the Wild Tiger by ﬁfteen international contemporary and wildlife artist including Peter Howson, Nicola Hicks and Hock Aun-Teh.
GLASGOW BOTANIC GARDENS
730 Great Western Road, 334 2422. Daily llam—4 m. Free.
On The Wild ide Until Sun 1 Oct. An exhibition presented by the Glasgow Natural History Society, looking at the natural history of the Botanic Gardens.
HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston Park, 10 Dumbreck Road, 353 4773. £3.50 (£2.50). Sun—Thu 10am—4pm; Sat 10am-3pm.
Elspeth Lamb Until Mon 1 May. Recent screenprints, paper works and lithographs by Elspeth Lamb.
Annis Fitzhugh and Sam Bell Wed 3 May§un 4 Jun. An exhibition of recent work by printmaker Annis Fitzhugh and photographer Sam Bell.
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.
PAISLEY MUSEUM & ART GALLERIES High Street, 889 3151. Tue—Sat
10am- ’pm; Sun 2—5pm. Free.
People 5 Choice Until Wed 31 May. The famous and not-so-famous citizens of Paisley select items from the permanent collection.
Touchy, Feely, Squishy Until Sun 7 May. Large, soft sculptures by Jan Niedojadlo created from recycled materials.
The Paisley Art Institute Annual Exhibition Until Sun 14 May. The 112th year of this annual selling exhibition featuring paintings, drawings and sculpture by various artists.
PEOPLE'S PALACE & WINTER GARDEN Glasgow Green, 554 0223. Mon—Thu & Sat 10am—Spm; Fri & Sun llam—Spm. Free. Boer War 1899-1902 Until Tue 30 May. Items collected by Boer War historian Gordon McBride go on display to mark the centenary of the Boer War, in which many Glaswegian soldiers fought.
ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART
2 Castle Street, 553 2557. Mon-Sat IOam—Spm: Sun 11am—5pm. Free.
The World Of Worship - Monuments Of Christian And Non-Christian Scotland Until Thu 4 May. The Royal Commission On The Ancient And Historical Monuments Of Scotland presents an exhibition of photographs and drawings selected from the National Monuments Record Of Scotland.
THE TALL SHIP AT GLASGOW HARBOUR
100 Stobcross Road, 339 0631. Daily 10am—5pm. £3.50 (£2.95); accompanied children free.
Five Thousand Days At Sea An exhibition on board the only Clydebuilt sailing ship still aﬂoat in the UK, documenting her adventures on the high seas between 1897 and 1919.
Story In The Stones (Pumphouse Main Gallery). An exhibition looking at the impact of the industrial ages on Glasgow harbour.
Morse And More ,(Pumphouse Lower Gallery). A hands-on exhibition, aimed at children, looking at the world of communication. You can operate a state- of—the-art optical telegraph used in the Napoleonic wars, try out the five-needle telegraph and crank up World War II field telephones.