ART listings



25-26 Mid Wynd Industrial Estate, 01382 225982. Thu-Sun l-6pm.

Undee Until Sun 26 Nov. Keith Farqhuar and Ewan Roberston collaborate to produce new work which explores the symmetry of the former industrial units of the gallery.


Albert Square, 01382 432020. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 12.30-4pm; Thu 10am-7pm. Free.

Expressions: Scottish Art 1976-1989 Until Sun 5 Nov. See Dundee Contemporary Arts.


Ililmarnock DICK msnrure museum AND ART GALLERY

Elmbank Avenue, 01563 526401. Mon & Tue, Thu & Fri 9am-8pm; Wed & Sat 10am-5pm.

Evolution Isn't Over Yet Sat 4 Nov-Sat 9 Dec. New art from emerging Scottish artists on tour from Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery.



Needale Museum, Chambers Institute, High Street, 01721 724820. Mon-Fri 10am-noon & 2-5pm.

After Ruskin Mon 6 Nov-Sat 2 Dec. Oil paintings by Philip Hutton.



Marshall Place, 01738 441944. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm.

Nudes Until Wed 15 Nov. Scottish Colourist J.D. Fergusson’s response to the female nude.

French Connections Until Wed 14 Mar. A new display examining Fergusson’s links with France.

Life Lines: Illustration And Design World Until Wed 11 Apr. This new exhibition concentrates on Fergusson’s role as an illustrator and designer, featuring some 40 works dating from 1909-1955.

St Andrews


93 North Street, 01334 474610. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 2-5pm.

Paper Clay Plus Fri 3 Nov—Fri 22 Dec. Over 24 national and international ceramicists show new work. Cornucopeia Fri 3 Nov-Fri 22 Dec. A large and colourful array of applied an on sale.



Gallery Talk Wed 8 Nov, 1pm. Free. Hunterian Art Gallery. Curator Peter Black talks about the work of the Dutch printmaker, Nono Reinhold.

Gallery Talks Wed 15 Nov, 1pm. Free. Hunterian Art Gallery. Curator Pamela Roberston talks about the current Whistler and Holland exhibition.

Informal Talk Wed 8 Nov, 5.30pm. Free. Hunterian Art Gallery. Curators Pamela Robertson and Margaret MacDonald give a talk on the Whistler and Holland exhibition.

What's That Glasgow - Riverside City 2 Wed 8 Nov, 6pm. Free. Glasgow Science Centre, 50 Pacific Quay. Tickets from the Lighthouse, 0141 225 8414. Following on from an event earlier in the year, this seminar discusses some of the major new developments which are rejuvenating the Clyde and resulting in some of Glasgow’s most eye-catching contemporary architecture.

Gallery Talk Fri 10 Nov, 5pm. Free. Street Level. Artists from the Satellite Studios in Glasgow talk about their work currently on show in the gallery.

lean-Francois Chevrier Fri 10 Nov, 11am. Free. Glasgow Film Theatre. A talk by Jean-Francois Chevrier, a professor at the Ecole Nationalc Superieure dcs Beaux- Arts. Part of ere Sa We.

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Tom Elder Mon 13 Nov, 12.45pm. £2. The Lighthouse. Tom Elder of Elder and Cannon talks about the Green Field Release for Housing project.

Stephanie Moisdon Wed 15 Nov, 3pm.

Free. Glasgow School of Art (Barns Lecture Theatre). Moison discusses the work of Bureau des Videos and recent curatorial projects. Part of Vivre 50 We.


Keith Thompson Thu 2 Nov, 7pm. Free. Edinburgh Printmakers. Thompson talks about his work currently on show in the allery. Looking At Dutch Lan scape Fri 3 Nov, 12.45pm. Free. National Gallery of Scotland. Colin Cruise from Staffordshire University gives a talk. Britannia, Italia 8: Germania: Taste And Travel 1815-1870 Fri 3 & Sat 4 Nov, £20 (£10). David Hume Tower George Square, 650 6638. For further information contact the Department of Fine Art, University of Edinburgh, 19 George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9LD, 650 6638. A two-day conference looking at art related to travel in the 19th century.

An Introduction To The Scottish Colourists Mon 6 Nov, 12.45pm. Free. National Gallery of Modern Art. Phillip Long introduces the work of the four artists, Peploe, Hunter, Fergusson and Cadell, the subject of a major new exhibition at the Dean Gallery. Significant Others Wed 8 Nov, 12.45pm. Free. National Portrait Gallery. Artist Beth Fisher gives a talk on the current exhibition.

Baciccio and Bernini Fri 10 Nov, 12.45pm. Free. National Gallery of Scotland. Duncan Thomson discusses the work of these two artists.

Alan Davie Sat 11 Nov, 12.45pm. Free. National Gallery of Modern Art. The artist is in conversation with Patriot Elliot.

Engineering and Architecture Mon 13 Nov, University of Edinburgh, Department of Architecture, 20—22 Chambers Street, 650 2306. For further information contact or check out the website on architecture. A conference looking at engineering and architecture organised by the University of Edinburgh’s Department of Architecture. Nationalism and Internationalism In The Work of 1.0. Fergusson Mon 13 Nov, 12.45pm. Free. National Gallery

of Modern Art, Belford Road, 624 6200.

Sheila McGregor from the new Art Gallery, Walsall puts Fergusson’s work under the spotlight.

Design and the Emerging E- Commerce Environment Tue 14 & Wed 15 Nov, University of Edinburgh, Department of Architecture, 20—22 Chambers Street, 650 2306. For further information contact or check out the website on A two-day conference looking at e- commerce.

The Artist's Mother Wed 15 Nov, 12.45pm. Free. National Portrait Gallery. William McTaggart’s portrait is examined by Molly Donachie.

Ami Barak Thu 16 Nov, 11am. Free. Edinburgh College Of Art, 79 The Grassmarket, 221 6000. Director of the Frac Languedoc-Roussillon, Ami Barak presents an overview of recent curatorial activities. Part of ere 50 We.

Matthieu Laurette Thu 16 Nov, noon. Free. Edinburgh College OfArt, 79 The Grassmarket, 221 6000. The artist talks about his recent work. Part of Vtvre Sa Vie.


Gallery Talks Wed 8 Nov, 2—3pm. Free.

Duncan of Jordanstone College. Artists Janet Stoyel and Marlene Ivey discuss trends in new technology and how it will affect the traditional methods for producing textile design.



MUSIC PREVIEW Adventures In Music

Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, Sat 11 Nov.

Anyone who caught the RSNO Kids Prom earlier this year will know that Paul Rissman is a natural with children. Although to be fair, his easy charm wasn't lost on the adults either. So it’s good news all round that Rissman has taken over responsibility for the new improved Children's Classic Concerts. artistically programming the entire series and hosting three of the five concerts between now and March. A joint partnership between CCC and the RSNO, Adventures In Music looks set to do for classical music what Johnny Ball did for maths. 'Classical music is something that is sadly missing from most children's Iives,’ says Rissman. 'And going to a concert is almost compared with going to church or eating all your greens. What we want to show is that children can have a lot

of fun with classical music.’

That fun comes via lots of interaction with the orchestra and plenty of audience participation. But when the audience ranges from 4-12 year-olds. all of whom have adults with them who also want to be entertained, you've really got your work cut out. 'It is difficult.’ admits Rissman. 'You have to fire out lots of different hooks to the audience, so that everyone can be drawn in.’

The opening concert is all about rhythm, and Rissman has programmed an exciting range of music to demonstrate his point. 'Rhythm is the most important element in music - it makes works from different parts of the world and different periods in time sound different,’ he says. 'So the 'Time Travel' concert explores how rhythm has changed over the years, starting in the 16th century with Purcell and ending up with the theme from Mission Impossible.’

Edinburgh audiences will have to wait until December for their first look at the new-style concerts, when the RSNO return to their spiritual home in the Usher Hall with the second Adventures In Music outing, entitled 'Toy Stories’.

'There's a huge surprise in that concert which the kids are going to love,’ says Rissman. ‘Although it's quite scary, because I've never done a kids concert in the Usher Hall - but it's great that the first concert the RSNO perform back in that venue is for children; that‘s a really good start.’ (Kelly Apter)

We welcome submissions for this section, but cannot guarantee inclusion. Please send details to our offices at least ten days before publication. Kids listings compiled by Maureen Ellis.

Actrvrties And Fun

Saturday Art And Drama Camp Sat 4 Nov & Sat 11 Nov, 2.30—5.30pm. Napiershall Street Centre, 39 Napiershall Street, 341 0024. Ages 5—10. Advance booking necessary. A nine-week course for children in arts. craft and drama. Children's Saturday Art Workshops Sat 4 Nov & Sat 11 Nov, lOam—noon & 1-3pm. £25 for 8 weeks. Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, 82 Hillhead Street, 330 5431. Advance

booking necessary. An eight-week arts and crafts course for children centred around the Whistler and Holland exhibition. On Sat 4 Nov, children can embark on an ‘Amsterdam Journey’ and draw their surroundings, whilst on Sat 11 Nov, the ‘Tulip Night Light’ involves making a lantern or night light using stencils, acetates and coloured tissues. The Twenty Pence Club Wed 8 Nov & Wed 15 Nov, 4.30—6pm. Barrnulloch Community Centre, Wallacewell Quadrant, 287 5529. Varied after-school activities mixing arts and crafts with athletics, games and drama.

Looking At Paintings Through Dance Mon 13—Fri 17 Nov, 10am-noon. Free. Collins Gallery, University of Strathclyde, 22 Richmond Street, 548 2558. Rosina Bonsu runs workshops for children interpreting paintings through dance.