The New Generation Show Until Fri 31 Aug. In association with the (‘ompass Gallery. a selection of the best of this year‘s graduates frotn the four Scottish art colleges.
MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
Kelvin Hall. I Burnhouse Roatl. 287 2720. Mon Thu & Sat 10am—5pm; Fri & Sun 1 Iain 5pm.
Fire! Until Mon 3| Dec. The history of firefighting in the west of Scotland is documented in this exhibition.
PAISLEY MUSEUM 8x ART GALLERIES
High Street. 88‘) 3l5l. Tue—Sat l()am--5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Free.
High Street Art Until Sun l6 Sep. Writer and artist Duncan Brown joins forces with Sheila Faber to present his poetry in the form of pictures. utilising items like tnatchboxes labels and barcodes.
Riot And Rebellion t’ntil Sun 16 Sep. An exhibition commemorating the events of the Radical War of 1820 in Scotland and the deaths of the Radical leaders James Wilson. Andrew llardie and John Baird.
PEOPLE’S PALACE 8: WINTER GARDEN
Glasgow Green. 55-10223. Mon Thu 84 Sat 10am 5pm; Fri & Sun I lam-~5pm. TRUE football Fri 31 Atig Sun 28 ()ct. Budweiser present an exclusive collection of photography capturing the fans. historic moments. greatest tackles and goals frotn the beautiful game. NEW SHOW.
QUEEN’S CROSS CHURCH
870 Garscube Road. 946 6600. Mon-Fri 10am 5pm: Sun 2 5pm.
Resau Art Nouveau Network Until Stm l6 Sep. Set up in 199‘). the Resau Art Nottveau network links various liuropean cities rich in art nouveau heritage together.
ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART
2 (‘astle Street. 553 2557. Mon -'l‘hu & Sat 10am—-5pm: Fri & Sun I lam 5pm. One Planet, One People Until Sun 2l Get. An insight into the Baha'i faith. one of the fastest growing world religions with a belief that Baba'ullah. a l‘)th century Iranian nobleman is the messenger of God for humanity.
THE TALL SHIP AT GLASGOW HARBOUR
100 Stobcross Road. 33‘) 063 1. Daily l0am---5pm. £3.50 (£2.95); accompanied children free.
When Ships Were Ships Until Sun 30 Sep. A tribute to the maritime heritage of the (‘lyde featuring prints by Gordon Bauwens.
DUNCAN OF JORDANSTONE COLLEGE
University of Dundee. l3 Perth Road. 0|382 345330. Mon Fri 9.30am~8.30pm; Sat & Sun 9.30am---4.30pm.
A Private View Until Sat 25 Aug (Lamb Gallery). New writing inspired by and including items frotn the University of Dundee Museum collections. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
DUNDEE CONTEMPORARY ARTS
I52 Nethergate. 01382 606220. 'l’ue & Wed. Sat & Sun l0.30am ~ 5.30pm; 'l'htt & Fri 10.30am 8pm. Free.
0 Trauma L'ntil Sun 2 Sep. The experience of traumatic events and situations is explored by twelve international artists in this major touring exhibition. Including work in a variety of media from drawing and painting to film and installation. featured artists include Martin Boyce.
Willie Dohetty. Kendell Geers. Maria Lindberg. Tracey Moffatt. Anri Sala and (‘hristopher Wool. See llitlist. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Gallery Talks Sat 25 Aug. 2pm. Suzanne Zeedyke frotn the Department of Psychology at the [Tniversity of Dundee gives a talk on the current exhibition.
Albert Square. 01382 43208-1. Mon Sat 10am-5pm; Stm 12.30 4pm; Thu 10am 7pm.
Double Take: Dundee 50 Years Of Change L'ntil Sun 2 Sep. A local history documentary exhibition contrasting a series of watercolottrs of Dundee in the 50s and 60s with photographs of the satire views today. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Open Forum: Urban Renewal Challenges Of The 21st Century Thu 30 Aug. 6.30pm. Present your own views and listen to the experts in an open forum chaired by (‘l|r. Robin Presswood. (‘onvenor of Arts & Heritage and Planning & Transportation (‘ommittees at Dundee (‘ity (‘ouncil.
West Henderson Wynd. ()l382 225282. Mon Sat 10am 4pm: Sun llatn 4pm. £2.
Digiface l'ntil Sun l6 Sep. £2. Digitally manipulated self-portraits by - collaboration of artists frotn the White Top (‘entre and Dudhope Adult Resource ('entre.
VISUAL RESEARCH CENTRE Dundee (‘ontemporary Arts. 152 Nethergate. 01382 348060. 'l'ue & Wed l0.30am 5.30pm: Thu & Fri
l0.30am 8pm; Sat 8; Stm
012: Sol LeWitt l'ntil Stm 2 Sep ((‘entre for Artist Books). A founder of bookstore Printed Matter in New York. internationally recognised artist Sol LeWitt's work was recently featured in a major retrospective exhibition held at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The exhibition features a survey of his books. curated by collector. curator and critic John Janssen. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Outside the Cities Stirling THE CHANGING ROOM 35 The Stirling Arcade. 0l786 47936]. Tue Sat llatn 4.30pm. Same Time, Different Place Until Sun 30 Sep. A group show of work in a variety of media by four Edinburgh-based artists: Fiona Macalister. Helen Stringl‘ellow. Anna Ray and Karen Loughridge.
CRAWFORD ARTS CENTRE
()3 North Street. 0|33-l 474610. Mon Sat 10am 5pm; Sun 2-5pm.
Celebrating Scotland’s Crafts lintil Strn 26 Aug. The National Museums of Scotland's touring exhibition focusing on Scotland‘s indigenous crafts including textiles and woven work. forms of basketmaking and Highland dress.
Crafted Until Stm 26 Aug. (‘ontemporary crafts by fourteen makers from across Scotland featuring knitted and woven items. jewellery and ceramics. Wilhelmina Barns-Graham Fri 31 Aug Stm 2l ()ct. To celebrate the Wilhelmina Barns-Graham‘s award of an MBF. and the publication of her biography. a retrospective exhibition highlighting key works created earlier in her career. NEW SHOW.
Mark Dally and Tessuti Fri 31
Aug Stm 2| ()ct. Black and white ceramics by Mark Dally accompanied by new printed textiles by lidinburgh designer Fiona McIntosh ('l’essuti ).
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Activities And Fun
Sculptures At GoMA Thu 23. Sat 25 & Sun 26 Aug. 1 3pm. Free. Gallery Of Modern Art. Queen Street. 22‘) 1996. Ages over 8. After considering the sculptures in the gallery. create your own artwork with the help of an expert.
TREASURE ISLAND Sat 1 Sep, 2pm. £3. Palace Theatre, 9 Owen
Dramarama Sat 25 & Sun 26 Aug.
Sat l & Sun 2 Sep. Western Baths Club.
(‘ranworth Street. off Byres Road. 357 5 I87. Fun drama classes for children aged from 6 to teens with instruction frotn a qualified drama teacher. Photographs At GoMA Sat 1 & Sun 2 Sep. l---3pm. Free. Gallery Of Modern Art. Queen Street. 22‘) I996. Ages over 8. Artists will be on hand to help you look at the photographs on display in the gallery and create your own artwork inspired by the collection. Charity Family Dog Fun Day Sun 2 Sep. Linn Park Country Park. Simshill Road. 637 1H7. Bring along Rover for a day of fun competitions. activities and entertainment in aid of charity.
Street, Kilmarnock, 01563 523590. Ages 8+. Wee Stories
adaptation of Stevenson’s children’s novel goes on tour around the
country. This five star show begins with two men stranded on a desert island with a copy of Treasure Island, and they become so engrossed in the novel, they begin to act it out. It’s a gruesome, rib-ticklineg funny and compelling drama
Stuart Dufﬁn.A Sense of Innocence Lost. oil on linen
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OPEN: TUES - SAT IOAM - 5.30PM
3| AUGUST - 6 OCTOBER
Gallery | Stuart Duﬂin - Sacred Science
Murray Robertson - Uncertain
Gallery Ill Ian McNicol - NewWork
Tricia Murray - Scratching the Surface
Weekend and Evening Classes in printmaking. Please call 0|4l 552 0704 for details and booking form.
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