Art listings

Edinburgh Galleries continued


Traverse Theatre. I() ('aiiibridge Street. 228 5383.

Observed Movements l'ntil Sat 3 Nov. Digital art by various artists who hate worked togetlter under the Artlink (‘oriiniiiriity Fund project ('reuii'i'e lieu- based at the ('ity Art (‘eritre. Isolated Incidents Sun 4 .‘s'm Dec. Photographs by Peter Davies.

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lb Sotitli Fort Street. 478 7810. Mon Sat 1 lam 11.45pm; Sun 1230 1 1.45pm. Our Journey: Fred Sims t'iriit Sat 5 Jan. Recent paintings by Fred Sims inspired by the natural world.


Albioit Business ('eritre. 78 Albion Road. 661 7964.

Wasps Artist’s Studios Open Weekend Sai 3 & Sun 4 Nov.

noon 5pm. Wasps Artist's Studios opens its door to the public for this open weekend featuring painting. drawing. jewellery and tapestry. Among the artists exhibiting are Michael (‘raik. James l.umsden. Ann h’lc(‘luskey. Andrew Mackenzie. Sharon Quigley and Susan Woods.


(forriierly Malcolm liiries (iallcry i. 4 Dundas Street. 558 9544/5. Mon Fri [0am (ipiii; Sat llam lpm.

Mixed Exhibition An ongoing selection of Scottish landscapes. sporting paintings. military oils. watercolours and prints.

Amid The High Hills l'ntil Sat 3 .‘\'o\.. Paintings by a selection of conteriipor'ary artists including lain ()ates. Alastair .’ylakinson. Jonathan Sairisbur'y' and Derek Robertson.

Marion Roberts \\'ed 7 Sat l7 Nov. Watercolour landscape paintings of the Highlands and the Isle of Skye.

Edinburgh Museums

This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details of other permanent attractions, see Edinburgh City Life, page 99.

THE DRAWING ROOM GALLERY 2S (‘harlotte Sqiiarc. lidinburgh. 243 9365. Mon Sat ltlarii 5pm: Siiri

noon 5pm. Free. Not only the Head Office for the National Trust for Scotland. 28 (’harlotte Square also houses a permanent collection of 20th century Scottish paintings featuring work by l’eploc. Hunter and ('adell. Displayed in a domestic selling. the works are coriiplciiierited by a collection of Regency furniture.


Holyrood Road. 55() 7S()(). Daily

l()aiii (ipiri.

Building The Universe t‘niit Sun l8 Nor. A journey of discoy‘ei'y witli six zones to explore including our universe. our body and our earth.


42 High Street. 529 4l42. .\Ion Sat 10am 5pm.

All Aboard For Toyland t‘ntil Sat 3 .\'o\. An exhibition highlighting the enduring popularity of linid lily‘toii's Noddy and his 'l'oy land friends.

MUSEUM OF EDINBURGH rl‘oriiierly lltiritly llottscl. I42 ('ariongate. 5294143. .\lori Sat 10am 5pm. Thomas Nelson And Sons Spreading The Word t‘ntil Sat 19

.laii. An exhibition on the iriiportance of


Art and Antiques (furniture, pictures, prints and ceramics) Thursday I 5 November 2001

Fine Furniture, Clocks and Works of Art (fine furniture, clocks, scientific instruments and works of art) Thursday 22 November 2001

Both sales begin at 11:00 am

Viewing at Phillips Edinburgh from Tuesday I 3 November.

For further information or to order a catalogue please call 0131 225-2266.

. Phillips, de Pury & Luxembourg 65 George Street, Edinburgh EH2 21L Tel: 0131 225 2266 Fax: 0131 220 2547



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Nelson‘s Printing Works of the Old 'l'own and Southside of lidinburgh.

MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND Chambers Street. 247 4219. Mon Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon 5pm; Tue

10am -8pm.

Relief And Revolution: The St Andrew’s Society Of Philadelphia [.'iitil Sun 3() Jun 2002. This exhibition looks at Scottish immigration to North American and the founding of the St Andrew‘s Society of Philadelphia. set up in [747 to care for the sick immigrant Scots.

NEWHAVEN HERITAGE MUSEUM Newhay'en Harbour. 551 4165. Daily noon—5pm.

Hidden Treasures: Volunteer

i Work Of Newhaven People Fast

And Present Until Mon 3] Dec. The United Nations‘ Year of the Volunteer is

; celebrated in this exhibition which looks

at the tradition of volunteering in the Newhayen community.


; 53 High Street. Queensferry. 331 5545.

Mon. Thu. Fri 8; Sat l()aiii- lpm & 2.l5—5pm; Sun noon 5pm. Free.

Food For Thought A look at children‘s diet and eating habits over the past l5() years.


2 Chambers Street. 247 42 I9. Mon Sat l()aiii— 5pm (Tue 8pm); Sun noon 5pm. Free.

Millennium Clock A chance to View Russian mechanical sculptor liduar'd Bersudsky's millennium clock. a kinetic sculpture. measuring nine metres high.

Serizawa - Master Of Japanese

Textile Design t'niil Sun 4 Nov. £3 (£1.50): children under 12s free. The first European exhibition of Seri/awa Keisuke's ( 1895 I984) work for a quarter of a century. Declared a ‘liy'ing national treasure' in 1956. Keisuke made his name as a textile designer. using traditional stencil-dyeing techniques. The exhibition features over 100 works including folding screens. kiriiorios. tablecloths. book covers and ceramics. l’uri (i/‘Ju/iun 2001 festival. LAST CHANCE TO SEE. Prehistoric Japan: The Archaeological Collections Of Neil Gordon Munro t'niil Sun 27 Jan. A collection of prehistoric Japanese artefacts discovered by Neil (iordon Munro. a Scottish medical doctor resident in Japan at the beginning of the 20th


; Gifted: Five Years Of The Inches

Carr Scottish Crafts Awards Until Sun 13 Jan. An exhibition showcasing the work of the winners of the liiclies (‘arr' Trust Award which enables craft makers to concentrate on a particular aspect of their work. Recipients of the award include Peter (hang. Malcolm Appleby. Keiko Miikaide and Alison Kinnaird.

WRITERS’ MUSEUM Lady Stair's House. Lady Stair"s’ ('lose. 529 4901. Mon— Sat lilam 5pm. Free.

Spirit Of Greatness t‘niil Sat 3 Nov.

A documentary exhibition looking at writers front Dumfries and Galloway both

past and present. 3 A Revolutionary Writer: Lewis

Grassic Gibbon 1901-1935 Sai l() Nov—Sat 13 Apr. A documentary exhibition looking at the life and work of one of Scotland's greatest 20th century writers. Lewis (irass'ic (iibbon

(I901 1935). author of the classic Sriiisel

' Song. NEW SHOW.


University of Dundee. l3 Perth Road. (H382 345330. Mon Fri 9.30am 8.30pm; Sat & Stiii 9.30am 4.30pm.

The Alan Woods Collection l'ntil Sat l'/ .\'o\ i( 'ooper ( ialleiyi \rr exhibition drawn lrorri the \|.iri \\oods Bequest (ittllt‘r‘llttll ()l oyei .’(m artworks by contemporary artists including lidward Stirrirriertoii. l'litlttt' Scheiitilt. (‘allurri liiries. lair llariiiltori Finlay. l’eter ( ir‘eenaway and many others. \‘y'oods was a lecturer in history and theory at the school ol line art and tlte bequest was giltcil to [lie lllll‘ ei‘sity after his death in March 24H)“. \lso on show are a group ot \y orks by. \\.'oods hiiiiself together with selected published writings.


l5: Nethergate. HHS.) (“Nil”).

Tue Wed. Sat A Sun

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Here + Now: Scottish Art 1990-2001 l'ntil Sun 4 Not. lakiiig place concurrently at trye \eritres in Aberdeen and Dundee. the loirrtli and final exhibition in the series \y liieh traces the history of Scottish art \lllct' 1945. focuses on the y ears I‘NH to 2001. lineoiiipassing a \ariety ot media including painting. sculpture. installation. photography and that» irrg'. the show features the work ol artists whose careers hay e dey eloped in Scotland. (‘hristine Horlarid. \larirri Boy cc. Roddy Hucliariari. Dal/rel r Sctillioii. l)oiiglas ( ioidorr. ( 'allurii lnnes. ('liad .\lc( 'ail. l)a\ id Slit it‘ley. Ross Sinclair. :\ll\ttll \\att and Richard \Vright are lost some ol the riarries Hi this iiiipressiy e line up. i "sf ;l ’r "1’: t

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25 26 Mid \Vyrid Industrial I state. (H382 2259S2. lliu Sun 1 (rpm Here + Now: Scottish Art 1990—2001 liritil Siiri 4 Now See l)(‘A.


Albert Square. HHS] -l 3.‘(iSl

Mon Sat lttarii 5pm; Sun I.“ so lprri: 'l‘hu 10am 7pm.

Here 4- Now: Scottish Art 1990-2001 l'ritil Suit l\.o\ I)('A.

Outsie ‘e Oties Aben‘oyle

GREEN GALLERY Main Street. ()lS'I’V 3S2S y'. «Q l'iri Sun llarii 5pm.

A Double Feast t'nrit Sun is '\ii\. New figuratiy e works by lackie Anderson. .\larrori l>iirriiriiorid. .lerniiier Anderson and .loe llargarr. plus new works by John l.o\\ r ie .\lttl'|lsiill and .i range of applied arts by \aiioiis artists


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noon Spur lclosctl llltll

Five Scottish Seniors 1 rrttl \\.-d 2l .\'o\'. Paintings by .liiiiiiiy (ia‘ rri. Alastair Scott. ls’ab Snow deri. it re Rediiiorid and Deiiriess .\1or'iori. allot whom studied at l'tliribuigh School ot Art in the l95tis.

Touching Rock I not \yed .'I \o Scottish landscapes and Iigiiratiy e works by lidiiibur'gh based artist Jacqueline \Vatt.



«1 \Vc‘sl .Sll'c‘t‘l. lll‘HirS (i 'SSlli \ltiri Sal l()aiii 4pm.

Farg 8: Form Mon S .‘\.o\ sat I Dee. An exhibition oi works 111 Ill! .ed media including paintings. photography. glass and cerariires by Freda Hayiie. ('atherriie l'It‘t'lltlttl. l lla llipkiri and Jane lselly.