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Top floor. 64 Osbome Street. 552 1472. Tue—Sat noon—5pm.

View From The Inside Sat 1 Sep. 7—9pm. For one night only. an installation of wall drawings and sculptural pieces by Maria McCavana.

THE GLASGOW ROOM Ground Floor. Princes Square. Buchanan Street. 221 8162. Mon—Sat l()am—6pm: Sun 11am—5pm.

New Artists A varied selection of work by up-and-coming artists featuring sculpture. textile design. photography. paintings and jewellery.


The Mackintosh Gallery. 167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am—noon.

OSatoshi Watanabe - Hidden Landscapes Until Sat 25 Aug (Mackintosh Gallery). Recent paintings by MFA graduate Satoshi Watanabe. an up- and-coming artist from Japan. Painting landscape and architecture. Watanabe‘s unique process involves laboriously adding hundreds of dots onto the canvas. and then removing them. creating yet another image of his original work. See Hitlist. Part of Japan 2001. LAST CHANCE TO SEE. Paintings 2000-2001 Until Sat I Sep (Mackintosh Gallery. Studio 39). New paintings by artist-in-residence Peter Lynch. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.

The War Years At Glasgow School Of Art (1939-1945) Until Sat 15 Sep (Studio ~12. Mackintosh Building). Archival documents. artefacts. photographs. films and artwork produced by graduates and staff of the period combine to illustrate what life was like at GSA during the war years. Featured artists include Joan Eardley. Margot Sandeman. Tom Gardner. Carlo Rossi. Cordelia ()liver. Hugh Adam Crawford and many more.

HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. 330 5431. Mon—Sat 9.3()am~5pm. Free. OWhistIer In Venice Until Sat I Sep. Drawn from the Hunterian's world- renowned James NcNeill Whistler collection. a new display focusing on a group of Venetian etchings completed by Whistler when he travelled to Venice in 187‘). The exhibition coincides with a new publication by Dr Margaret MacDonald entitled Palaces In The Night: ll’histler In Venice. See review and Hitlist. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.

Glasgow 1901 Until Thu 13 Sep. For Glasgow‘s International Exhibition of 1901. Charles Rennie Mackintosh submitted plans and designs for the architectural competition of 1898 which had a brief of creating exhibition buildings - a concert hall. industrial hall and machinery hall. ()n show are .‘vlackintosh‘s submitted plans. which with their simple features. radically differ from the winning work by James Miller.

Hidden Treasures Until Sat 1 Sep. To celebrate the University‘s 550th anniversary. a specially selected display of prints. drawings and watercolours drawn from the gallery‘s collection. Featured artists include J.M.W. Turner. Marc Chagall. lidward Burne-Jones, BA. Walton. James Guthrie and Alexander Runciman. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.


140 Queen Margaret Drive. 586 815‘). Mon—Sat I—4pm or by appointment. Kate Foster and Stephanie ConnelIy Until Thu 23 Aug. Recent Glasgow School of Art environmental art graduates create an installation for the gallery space.

The Lighthouse and 0X Youth Fri 24—-Thu 30 Aug. The Lighthouse in conjunction with QX Youth present work based on the LN rights of the child to play. Mixed Exhibition Thu 30 Aug— Thu (1 Sep. A collection of work by senior citizen art groups from North Kelvin.


‘lrauma From Tracey Moffat‘s tragi-comic series of photographs Scarred For Life // to Maria Lindberg’s disturbing drawings. the experience of trauma is explored by twelve international artists including Glasgow‘s Martin Boyce. Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, until Sun 2 Sep.

Satoshi Watanabe - Hidden Landscapes Last few days to see Japanese artist Satoshi Watanabe's recent paintings whose unique and laborious painting process involves sticking hundreds of dots over the image on the canvas. Glasgow School Of Art, Glasgow, until Sat 25 Aug.

London Photographic Awards Commercial, fine art and student photographers from ten countries respond to lmtiaz Dharker's poem Whim in the fourth year of this annual photographic award. Street Level, Glasgow, until Sun 22 Sep.

Jerwood Painting Prize From Ian Davenport's sumptuous poured paintings to the winning works of constellations by Katie Pratt. the Jerwood Painting Prize tours to Glasgow for the first time. with a strong line-up of shortlisted artists. Gallery Of Modern Art, Glasgow, until Sun 27 Oct. Whistler In Venice Drawn from the Hunterian's extensive collection, a group of Venetian etchings and pastels by James NcNeiIl Whistler, which almost exude his enthusiasm and indulgence in his chosen medium. See review. Hunter/an Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, until Sat 7 Sep.


18 King Street. 552 25-10. Mon—Sat noon—6pnt

Three Painters L'ntil Sat 25 Aug. Painters Henry Guy. Nikola lrmer and Matthew Storstein. who all studied at Glasgow School ofArt but are now living in Glasgow. Edinburgh and Berlin are brought together for this group exhibition of still life and landscapes.

Village To City: Designs On Indian

Folk Art Mon 3—Sat 22 Sep. The Scottish Academy of Asian Aits celebrates its silver

jubilee with an exhibition of work inspired

by a collection of Tribal Indian folk art paintings from ()rrissa and Bengali communities of the Gujarat. NEW SHOW.


182 Bath Street. 333 1991. Mon -1-‘ri l().3()am-~5pm: Sat 1().3()am— 1pm.

Mixed Exhibition A changing selection of traditional and contemporary paintings including works by li.A. Walton. (‘arlo Rossi. John Bellany. John Houston. William Miller Frazer and Sir William Mac'l’aggart.


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Masterclasses in RSAMD 6 and 10 Sept 6.45pm 11 and 14 Sept 1.15pm

Recitals in RSAMD 7-9 Sept (stage 1) 1.15pm, 6.45pm 12 and 13 Sept (stage 2) 1.15pm, 6.45pm

Concerto Final Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Sunday, September 16, 6.45pm The Royal Scottish National Orchestra Conductor Alexander Lazarev

Telephone Bookings: RSAMD - 0141 332 5057 Concert Hall - 0141 353 8000



Girvan Connections, the Social Inclusion Partnership for the South Carrick area, are pleased to have recently been awarded funds for a programme of art projects that will help deliver the Partnership aims.

We are seeking bids from professionally established arts companies who can deliver across a broad spectrum of art disciplines.

Any organisations wishing to tender should, in the first instance contact the Girvan Connections Partnership Officer for a Tendering Pack. Please address your applications to:

Gus Collins, Partnership Officer Girvan and South Carrick Social Inclusion Partnership The Townhouse GIRVAN KA26 9AG Tel: 01465 710415

Any tenders must be returned by 5.00pm on the 14.09.01

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