Works inspired by Guillo Camillo’s Theatre of Memory by Kate Robinson

in education. the aim of the conference is to look at the interdisciplinary and international character of digital media in the 2 l st century. For further information check out the website or call 0141 434 I500.

CADE 2001 Digital Creativity lIntil Fri 4 May (Mackintosh Gallery). To compliment the CADI-Z conference. this exhibition discusses and highlights the role of computers in art and design educahon.

Contemplations On The Spiritual lintil Mon 3() Apr (Corridor of Mackintosh Building). A photographic exhibition documenting the work of five artists ~- Jo Yarrington. Nicholas Kripal. Alan Greenberg. Therese Chabot and Jeffrey Mongrain who took part in the city-wide project celebrating 55() years of Glasgow University. The artists have created installations at the University Cloisters. the Chapel at Scotus College. Glasgow Cathedral. St Margaret‘s Church and Garnethill. responding to the architectural spaces and sites which have been devoted to religious worship through the centuries.

Printmaking Department Exhibition Tue l7—Wed 25 Apr (Newbery Gallery). An exhibition of work by students from the printmaking department.


3 Park Circus. 332 2555. Mon—Thu l()am—7pm; Fri—Sat l()am~ l pm. Absent Myths Until Thu l2 Apr. An installation and photographs by Holger Mohaupt taken at the Ferrari factory in Maranello. Italy.

Current Media Art From Germany Until Thu l2 Apr. A survey of the current trends in Germany media art featuring works on video. CD-Rom and the internet.

HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. 33() 5431. Mon—Sat ‘).3()am—5pm. Free.

David Wilkie L'ntil Mon l6 Apr. Etchings and drawings by Sir David Wilkie ( 1785—18“ ) including the gallery's latest acquisition. an oil portrait of the Nursey family.

The Howarth Gift Until Wed 9 May. A commemorative selection of work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his contemporaries. donated by Dr Thomas Howarth ( [QM—2000). a leading scholar and collector.

Whistler In Venice Fri 20 Apr—Sat I Sep. An exhibition of James McNeill Whistler‘s outstanding etchings and

at Collins Gallery

pastels. This display comprises a selection of these drawn from the Hunterian's world-renowned Whistler collection. NEW SHOW.

Palaces In the Night: Whistler In Venice Wed 25 Apr. 5.30pm. Dr Margaret MacDonald from the Whistler Centre gives a talk in connection with her forthcoming book.


18 King Street. 552 2540. Mon—Sat noon--6pm.

Angel Dust Until Sat 28 Apr. John Beagles and Graham Ramsay collaborate with nine other artists for a group show of paintings. drawings and sculptures based on visions for the future depicting imaginary worlds. Featured artists include Jim Ward. Maureen Mackenzie. Alan Michael. Dan Wilson. Kate Daw and Stewart Russell.


l82 Bath Street. 333 l99]. Mon—Fri l().3()am—5pm; Sat l().3()am—lpm. Mixed Exhibition A changing selection of traditional and contemporary paintings including works by E.A. Walton. Carlo Rossi. John Bellany. John Houston. William Miller Frazer and Sir William MacTaggart.


l 1 Mitchell Lane. 221 6362. Mon. Wed. Fri & Sat l().3()am—6pm; Tue

1 lam—6pm: Thu l().3()am—8pm; Sun noon—5pm. £l (includes entry to all exhibitions).

The Glasgow Collection Until Sun 24 Jun (Gallery One). The Glasgow collection. launched in 1999. is an initiative to develop Glasgow‘s design economy. This exhibition highlights the project’s successes and the contributions since its launch.

RSA Student Design Awards 2000 Until Fri 27 Apr (Young Designers Gallery). A showcase of the best in young talent from design schools across the UK including an interactive CD-Rom presentation which contains a full review of the winners in [999 onwards.

55degrees Until Sun 27 May (Review Gallery). An exhibition highlighting the work of Glasgow-based 55degrees. a content solutions initiator and provider. Scottish Design Awards 2001 Tue 17 Apr—Thu 24 May. An exhibition showcasing the nominations for this year's Scottish Design Awards which is open to designers working in Scotland. Scottish design clients and designers from outside Scotland working with

Scottish clients. The panel is chaired by internationally acclaimed designer. Javier Mariscal. who is best known for his creation of 'Cobi'. the mascot for the Barcelona 92 ()lympic Games and his work at the Lighthouse. NEW SHOW.


Station Road. Milngavie. 578 88-17. Tue—Fri l()am-lpm. 2—5pm; Sat & Sun

2 -5pm.

A View From Afar l'ntil Sat 21 Apr. Drawn from the Lillie Art Gallery‘s permanent collection. a selection of works by artists inspired by the landscape and culture of [iurope and the ()rient. Featured artists include Robin Philipson. lilizabeth Blackadder and Iona Montgomery.

Young People’s Art l'ntil Sat 21 Apr. Paintings. drawings and sculpture by participants who attended the gallery‘s art classes.


2()() Bath Street. 331 ()722. Tue—Sat 9am—6pm.

Pippo Until Thu 3 May. Glasgow-based painters Samantha Murray. Julie Scott. Jenny ()‘Boyle and Victoria Morton (who recently had a sell out show at Sadie (‘oles HQ in London) show new work expressing their personal approaches to abstract painting.

MARKET 322 Duke Street. 556 656‘) ext 2l2. Tue—Sat l lam—5pm. 60 Second Interlude Until Sat 14 Apr. The first in a series of two projects which explore aspects of the contemporary urban landscape. In a solo show of work by Michael McGraw. the artist presents work based in New York offering a bird’s-eye-view of urban intersections. and a piece commissioned by Market and influenced by urban surveillance. Digitally altered images. layered transparency light boxes and architectural models feature in the show. See Hitlist. LAST CHANCE TO SEE. Brown Field Until Sat 28 Apr. Rob Tufnell curates the second of this two-part project featuring a group exhi- bition of work by six international artists. Through drawing. painting and sculpture. Franz Ackermann. Laura limsley. Katrine Hjeld. Hayley Tompkins. Alan Michael and Don Van Vliet (aka Captain Beefheart) reinterpret the artistic landscape tradition. See review and Hitlist. In Discussion Sat 14 Apr. 2—4pm. Free. Artists Michael McGraw. Hayley Tompkins. Alan Michael and Rob Tufnell are in conversation with Jim Harold. All welcome.


Bell Street. 632 l‘)5(). Mon—Fri & Sun noon—8.30pm; Sat l()am—-8.3()pm. Dazzle Until Sat 5 May. International jewellery exhibition Dazzle celebrates its 2lst anniversary with the work of 55 of Europe's leading contemporary jewellery designers. ()ver 3()()() pieces are included in exhibition. from hand-made clocks to watches. necklaces and cufflinks by some of the world's leading designers.


()n-line gallery.

Miniatures One The opening exhibition for this new on-line gallery which showcases the work of up-and- coming artists from Glasgow and Edinburgh with all works available to buy.

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Centre For Developmental Arts. I8

Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon—Fri l()am—5 m.

John ocoua, Robert Clyde, Jim Hillis and Duncan Grey Until Fri 2() Apr. Recent work.


Liz Arnold Worlds inhabited by women scientists and monkey-like creatures. Liz Arnold‘s quirky. sci-ti paintings launches the round room, Talbot Rice Gallery‘s reinvented exhibition and project space. See preview. The round room, Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, Fri 20 Apr—Sat 26 May Brown Field The second of a two-part project curated by DCA‘s assistant curator Rob Tufnell. Reinterpreting the artistic landscape are Hayley Tompkins, Franz Ackermann, Laura Emsley. Katrine Hjeld. Alan Michael and Don Van Vliet otherwise known as Captain Beefheart. See review. Market, Glasgow, until Sat 28 Apr. Lucy McKenzie and Paulina Olowska Glasgow—born artist McKenzie was the youngest artist selected for last year's British Art Show. Together with Polish artist Olowska. the two show paintings, video and sculpture. See preview. Inver/eith House, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, Sat 14 Apr—Sun 27 May.

Tracey Moflatt One of Australia’s leading artists. the internationally renowned Tracey Moffatt, last showed work in Scotland back in 1992 at the CCA. In her biggest solo UK presentation of work to date, the Fruitmarket hosts a survey of her film and photographic work. Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sat 79 May.

David Bailey: Birth Of The Cool Last chance to see this wonderful collection of photographs by Britain's best- known snapper. Concentrating on the early years of his career from 1957—1969. the exhibition features his ground-breaking fashion shots and his portraits of 605 icons. Dean Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sun 22 Apr.

Mirror’s Edge Final few days of this major touring show of contemporary art curated by Okwui Enwesor. From Henrik Hakansson's live chirping crickets to Carlos Garaicoa's installation of found objects in cut glass. the works comfortably fill Tramway's immense exhibition space. Tramway, Glasgow, until Sun 75 Apr.

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