Sandy Grant’s new work puts Glasgow in the scenario of being at war, drawing images from 20th century disasters.


11 Mitchell Lane, 221 6362. Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat 10.30am—6pm; Tue 11am—6pm; Thu 10.30am-8pm; Sun noon—5pm. £1 (includes entry to all exhibitions).

Droog Design Until Sun 6 Aug. The internationally acclaimed Euro design agency Droog Design has its first major exhibition in the UK. The exhibition consists of objects from nine designers that have worked with Droog. Each of these objects are placed in Glasgow homes, and each householder records a video diary of the usage of the object. Connecting Cultures Until Sun 17 Sep. A celebration of the contribution made by ethnic minorities to Scottish society and culture.

5 Years - Building In Art Until Sun 20 Aug. Marking the fifth anniversary of the Scottish Arts Council Lottery grants, an exhibition focusing on new buildings created, refurbished or extended through SAC lottery funding. Projects featured in the display include Dundee Contemporary Arts, An Tuireann and the Lighthouse.

Landscape Architecture Sat 8 J ul—Sun 6 Aug. The best work from Edinburgh College of Art’s School of Landscape Architecture Degree Show 2000.


Station Road, Milngavie, 578 8847. Tue—Fri 10am—1pm, 2—5pm; Sat & Sun 2—5pm.

Marking Time Until Sat 2 Sep. Scottish art from the last 100 years featuring paintings, drawing, prints and ceramics drawn from the gallery’s collection.


200 Bath Street, 331 0722. Tue—Sat 9am-6pm.

Caprice Until Wed 2 Aug. Glasgow- based artists Julie McLaughlin, Anne- Marie Copestake, Fred Pedersen, Krista Blake, Lucy Skaer, Danny Saunders and Neil Bickerton present an exhibition of drawing, sculpture, video and painting.


71 Houldsworth Street, Finnieston, 221 4799. Tue—Sat noon—6pm.

Joyce Leitch Until Sat 15 Jul. New work by Glasgow-based printmaker Joyce Leitch.


26 King Street, 552 2151. Tue—Sat 10am—5.30'gm.

Virtual Exr es Roshini Kempadoo Until Sat 22 Jul. Using digitally manipulated photographs and an interactive website, Roshini Kempadoo explores the experiences of individuals who have left their country of origin to settle in another. See review.


25 Albert Drive, 422 2023. Tue—Sun noon—8pm. Free.

Another Place Until Sun 16 Jul. (Tramway 2). After a £3.2m refurbishment, the Tramway’s main exhibition space opens with a group show of work by young international and UK-based artists. New Tramway commissions by Alan Currall, Graham Gussin, Jeremy Millar and Mike Nelson, are shown alongside recent work by Tacita Dean, Ann Lislegaard and Sean Synden

Journey To The Centre Of The Universe Until Sun 9 Jul. (Project Room and Upper Foyer). Following a three- week residency in Tramway and forming part of the 1999/2000 Glasgow/Nantes exchange programme, Viriginie Barre, Christelle Familiari, Guillaume Janot, Laurent Moriceau and Bruno Peinado present new and recent work.

Sally Osborn Until Sun 16 Jul. (Tramway Street and other sites). Glasgow School of Art graduate and winner of Tramway Dark Lights Commission Sally Osborn shows new work for the gallery space created during a period of research and observation based on the Tramway site over the last six months.

336 Pelt (336 Rivers) Until Sun 16 Jul. (Tramway 4). Screenings at 1pm, 3pm & 5pm. London-based artist Joao Penalva’s 59-minute film 336 I’ek (336 Rivers) goes on show for the first time in Scotland. Focusing on memory, identity and narrative, the film leads to Lake Baikal in Russia and its 336 tributaries, the streets of Rome, childhood memories and personal experiences. See review.


2060 Pollokshaws Road, 287 2550. Mon—Thu & Sat 10am-5pm; Fri & Sun 11am—5pm. Free.

Wild Tigers Of 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 artists including Peter Howson, Nicola Hicks and Hock Aun-Teh.

Joseph Crawhall: Animal Magic Until Sun 19 Nov. Free. Complementing the Wild Tigers Of Bandhavgarh exhibition, a selection of works by Joseph Crawall (1861—1913), a passionate observer of animals and birds.


730 Great Western Road, 334 2422. Daily 11am—4pm. Free.

On The Wild Side 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. Sun—Thu 10am—4pm; Sat 10am—3pm. £3.50 (£2.50). Benchmarks Until Sat 30 Sep. The park bench is transformed by some of Scotland’s most creative design teams and sited round the grounds of the house as part of Art Park 2000, coordinated by House For An Art Lover. Page & Park, McGurn Ltd, Pictures on the Wall, VK&C, Jules Goss, Trevor Leat/Alex Rigg, One Foot Taller, Graven Images, Timorous Beasties, Ben Woodeson and Stewart Kerr.


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.


28 King Street, 552 4813. Tue-Sat 11am—5pm.

It Ma Be A Year Of 13 Moons But It's Still T e Year Of Culture Sat 8-Wed 26 Jul. Lucy McKenzie and Keith Farquhar curate and exhibit work as part of a group show featuring artists Stephen Campbell, Merlin Carpenter, Markus Seig and Albert Oehlen.


Unit 3, 59 Buchanan Street, 221 7683. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5.30pm. Motherhood Until Sat 15 Jul. Inspired by the birth of her own child, Antoinette Haselhorst’s new book Motherhood is an in-depth exploration of motherhood and pregnancy. Photographed by Haselhorst, famous mothers featured in the publication include Nigella Lawson, Jane Goldman and Greta Scacchi.


Centre For Developmental Arts, 18 Albion Street, 552 2822. Mon—Fri 10am-5pm.

Universal Print Show Part III Until Fri 14 Jul. Contemporary printmaking from artists and art studios in Europe, Japan and the USA.


118 Douglas Street, 248 6386. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat 10.30am—lpm. Jane Cruckshank Until Sat 15 Jul. Oil paintings.


6 Burnfield Road, Giffnock, 638 1200. Tue—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon—5pm and Cresswell Lane (off Byres Road), 638 1200. Tue—Sat Ham—5.30pm; 311" noon—5 m.

Emerging Artists Partnership Two new galleries from the Emerging Artists Partnership Ltd. showcasing the work of leading art schools throughout Scotland and the UK.


18 Albion Street, 552 2822. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm.

Living In The Margin Until Fri 14 Jul. Trongate Studios member David Appleman creates an installation for the gallery space.


This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions.


Argyle Street, Kelvingrove, 287 2699. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun llam—Spm. Cafe. Free.

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.

Single Handed: General Practitioners In Remote And Rural Areas Of Scotland Until Sun 3 Sep. Free. Glasgow-born photographer Rosie Donovan photographs general practitioners in remote areas of Scotland.


The Cross, Kirkintilloch, 578 0144. Tue—Sat 10am—lpm & 2—5pm. l’ree. East Dumbartonshire Photography Competition Until Sat 8 Jul. An exhibition of the entries to this local photography competition.

PAISLEY MUSEUM 8t ART GALLERIES High Street, 889 3151. Tue$at 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Free.

John Byrne@60: The Unsolved Artist Until Sun 1 Oct. A major retrospective of the work of one of Paisley’s most famous sons, the artist, designer, writer and director (The Slab Boys, Tutti Fruiti), John Byrne. To coincide with Byrne’s 60th birthday, the display features his album cover designs and his portraits of celebrities. A programme of events is also on offer, check out the website www.johnbyrne@j

Golly It's Good! Until Sun 1 Oct. This exhibition charts the history of James Robertson’s Golden Shred marmalade and the story of the golly mascot.

PEOPLE'S PALACE 8: WINTER GARDEN Glasgow Green, 554 0223. Mon—Thu & Sat 10am—5pm; Fri & Sun 11am—5pm. The Builders And The Dreamers: One Hundred Years Of The Labour Party Until Mon 14 Aug. A touring exhibition curated by the National Museum of Labour History to mark the centenary of the Labour Party.


Pollok Country Park, 2060 Pollokshaws Road, 616 6410. Mon—Sun 10am—5pm. £3.20 (£2.20); family ticket £8.60.

2000 Cushions Until Sun 13 Aug. An exhibition of over 200 cushions created by members of The Embroiderers’ Guild.


2 Castle Street, 553 2557. Mon—Thu & Sat 10am—5pm; Fri & Sun 11am—5pm. Free.

The Rainbow Tree Fri 14 Jul—Sun 17 Sep. Free. The results of a seven year project set up by former ballerina Susie Rose Alexander which features textile collages made by children from Britain, Poland, Russia and India looking at universal themes of hope and friendship.

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The best exhibitions this fortnight

Weegee Photographs by the famed New Yorker who spent his nights cruising around New York searching for the latest crime. Edinburgh: Stills Gallery, until Sat 5 Aug.

Bruce Nauman Video tape footage from the 705 by art world hero, Nauman. Edinburgh: Sleeper, Reiach And Hall Architects, 6 Darnaway Street, until Fri 14 Jul.

Men Of The Clyde A remarkable series of paintings created by Stanley Spencer during World War II, celebrating the shipyard workers of Lithgow’s Kingston Yard at Port Glasgow. Edinburgh: Scottish National Portrait Gallery, until Sun 7 Oct.

Pyramids Of Mars Blurring the line between gallery art and social projects, this Danish exhibition is an unqualified success. Edinburgh: Fruitmarket Gallery, until Sat 29 Jul. New Work Scotland ’Collaborative sculptural exercises’ from Bryan Davies and roadkill satire from David Blyth add up to an intriguing double bill. Edinburgh: Collective Gallery until 23 Jul.

336 Pelt (336 Rivers) A series of anecdotes, legends and reminiscences centred on Lake Baikal in Siberia form a superb 59-minute video by Joao Penalva. Glasgow: Tramway until 16 Jul.


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 11 field telephones.

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