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Process Of Black Communities Tchaiovna Cafe. ()tago Lane. 946 6851. 8.30pm. The Colombian social movement who were involved in the Seattle and Prague demonstrations discuss the US militarization of Colombia and its effects on local communities.
Deafblind Scotland Ceilidh Marriott Hotel. Argyle Street. 777 61 l 1. £25. Help raise funds and celebrate the launch of Dealblind Scotland at this ceilidh with music supplied by Conundrum.
Audiovisual Show On The Sarthe Alliance Francaise De Glasgow. 7 Bowmont Gardens. 339 4281. 7pm. £2. An introduction to the Loire region using a synchronised presentation. The area is best known for the 24-hour races in its capital of Le Mans. but the show will illustrate its many castles. wine-growing areas. and afterwards. there will be a chance to try regional specialities and cider. If only we could sample a little bit of the weather.
Clydebank Asbestos Group Protest Rally Town Hall. Clydebank. 951 1008. 10.30am. A demonstration calling for a public enquiry into events leading up to the liquidation of Chester Street Insurance Holdings LTD. The Clydebank Asbestos Group are protesting on behalf of thousands of workers who are suffering from the effects of asbestos. and speakers include Bill Speirs. Lloyd Quinan MSP and Tommy Sheridan MSP. Meet at Queen's Square.
Rangers v Dundee United lbrox Stadium. Edmiston Drive. 0870 600 1993. 3pm. £18 (£13); children £10. Rangers meet the side which effectively ended their season by knocking them out of the Scottish Cup. United are scrapping for their lives at the foot of the table and still managing to play some decent football. so don't discount another shock.
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Hogganfield Bird ‘n’ Bike Day Hogganfield Loch. off Cumbernauld Road. 763 1863. 1 1am. Free. Discover the hundreds of birds at the loch Using the binoculars supplied by the countryside rangers.
Primrose Gleniffer Braes Country Park. Glen l.odgc.G1entield Road. 884 3794. 2pm. A seasonal walk to discover the sights and sounds of spring. Meet at Glen Lodge.
Legalise Cannabis Rally 13th Note Club. 260 Clyde Street. 243 2177. 2pm. SSP organised rally in response to the Daily Remnl's recent anti-drugs campaign.
30/20 Craft Fair Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 0131 661 6600. l().30am—4.30pm. 90p (60p). A chance to buy sortie of the best contemporary craft work sold directly from the makers.
Craft Fair New Lanark World Heritage Village. Lanark. 01555 661345. 1 lam—4pm. 60p. A selection of stalls with crafts from all over Scotland.
Gavin Bell - A Road Less Travelled Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. lprn. £3. See photo caption.
Philosophy Cafe Waterstone‘s. 153—157 Sauchiehall Street. 3329105. 7pm. Free. Regular get together in Costa Coffee. Waterstone‘s. for those who would like to discuss the philosophical points in life.
Ian Rankin W.H. Smith. 53~55 Argyle Street. 204 0636. l—2pm. Free. Rankin will be signing copies of his new Rebus novel. The Falls (Orion Publishing £16.99).
Sauchiehall Street Reading Group Waterstone's. 153—157 Sauchiehall Street. 332 9105. 7pm. Free. The group will discuss Michael ()ndaatje's The English Patient.
Did Things Get Better? Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 287 5511. 7pm. £3. 1n the run up to the forthcoming general election. this
THE SCHOOL OF SOUND RSAMD, Glasgow 4-7 Apr; GFT.
Glasgow 5—7 Apr.
Question: What have the films 0 Brother Where Art Thou?, Being John Malkovich and Rob Roy got in common? Answer: Carter Burwell composed their soundtracks. His first score was for the Coen broth- ers' 1984 debut Blood Simple, and he’s provided the tunes for their films ever since. Burwell’s coming to Glasgow to speak at The School Of Sound, the fourth in a series of
high profile international sympo- siums examining the relationship between sound and vision in film.
When I phone him in his home city, New York, Burwell’s applying the fin- ishing touches to the Coens’ next film, working title: The Barber Project. ‘Half of it is made up of Beethoven piano sonatas, half is scores I’ve writ- ten for piano and strings,’ he says. ‘It’s introspective; not unusual for Coen
What does the picture sound like?
What will Burwell deliver at the Glasgow event? ‘l’ll be showing clips from films before and after the music has been written for them,’ he says, ‘and show different musical approaches that were tried and rejected. 80 people have a sense of what the process is like, and what my criteria is for what makes a successful theme or cue in a film. I won’t use musical language, that’s so specialised. I’ll discuss music in the way I talk with directors, in terms of drama and emotion.’
Burwell’s going to be in good company. The symposium’s impressive roster includes filmmaker Nic Roeg, Atom Egoyan’s composer of choice Mychael Danna, jazz specialist Dick Fontaine and Peter Greenaway collab- orator Louis Andriessen, among others. Go treat your ears.
I The weekend is pricey (£465 for pro/essrona/s; £788 for students). but there are hefty discounts available (check with Scottish Screen 0 747 302 7700 and Learn Direct 0800 072 0625). it's also possrb/e to share a place With a friend/colleague. Lastly, the CW is running a series of tie-in talks/screenings
(0747 332 6535).
debate will be chaired by Ian MacWhitter and attended by Polly Toynbee and David Walker of The Guardian. Tommy Sheridan MSP. Tim Luckhurst MP and John Curtice of the University of Strathclyde. The panel will discuss the performance of Tony Blair‘s first administration and the criticisms found in the book of the same name written by Toynbee and
The School Of Sound RSAMI). 100 Renfrew Street. 020 7323 3437. 9.30am—6pm. £465 (£188). A four day School Of Sound symposium raising the profile of creative screen sound production. This year it highlights music with the moving image and includes guest speakers such as Carter Burwell
Sauchiehall Street. 332 9105. 7pm. Free.
Launch of a new anthology of Scottish Gothic stories with readings from contributors lattice Galloway. Toni Davidson. Christopher Wher and Raymond Soltysek.
Conferences The School Of Sound RSAMI). 100 Renfrew Street. 020 7323 3437.
9.3(1anr-6pm. £465 (£188). See Wed 4.
Glasgow Art Fair George Square. 553 1937. 10.30am-8pm. £3.50 (£2.50); under 10s free. A wide selection of contemporary art to browse and buy. For more information on the show go to www.glasgowartfair.com. See preview. pages 76.
Bright ideas StiCC. Finnieston
Quay. 0870 040 4000. l 1am—9pm. £5.50 (£4). Interior design show
featuring tips on this season's styles
Damage Land Watersione‘s. 153—157
Tim-wng ~ "t ‘5 ﬁr.;1‘;m.€ I ’l' Art Gallery a Museum, Kelvingrove
Argyle Street. 287 2699. Mon—Thu 8. Sat toam—Spm: Fri 8 Sun 11am—5pm. Free. This fine example of late Victorian architecture houses a permanent collection of work by such names as Rembrandt. Botticelli. Whistler and Cadell.
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plus numerous histori- cal artefacts and animal displays.
Burrell Collection 2060 Pollokshaws Road. 287 2550.
Mon—Thu 8 Sat toam—Spm: Fri 8. Sun 11am—5pm. Free. Sir William Burrell's world famous collection of beautiful art objects
from around the globe.
housed in a specially deSIgned. award-Win- ning building. Glasgow Botanic Gardens
730 Great Western Road. 334 2422. Daily 11am—4pm. Free. This 19th century garden and glasshouses are home to an interesting and educational selec- tion of plants. as well
as featuring in the film Jude.
Glasgow Cathedral Cathedral Street. 5:32 8198. Mon-Sat 9.30am-4pm; Sun 2—4pm. Free. A stone- DUilt church has stood on this site since 1136 and the lower church contains the shrine of St Mungo. who died around 612; however most of the present building dates from the 13th or 15th centuries. the most notable exception being the stained-glass van- dows. renowned as One of the finest post-war
collections in the com- try.
House For An Art Lover
Bellahouston Park, 10 Dumbreck Road. 353 4773. £3.50 l£2.50i. lnitially deSigned by Charles Rennie Mackmtosn for a compe- tition in 1901, this unfin- ished work has been completed by modern- day architects and designers in true Mackintosh style. Hutchesons’ Hall 158 Ingram Street. 552 8391. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Free. BUlll