Glasgow Galleries continued
3()(i() Pollokshaws Road. 387 3550. Mon» ’I’hu & Sat l()am 5pm: Fri & Sttn l lam <5pm.
Treasures From The Store: 19th Century European Paintings l'ntil further notice. a new selection of oils is on displa)‘ highlighting the range of Sir William Burrell's taste. l’eatured works include paintings by Bomin. Rihot and Millet and a rarely seen oil by Henri I.e Sidaner.
Medical Matters At The Burrell Thu 34 Jan. I I.3()am. Themed guided tour of the Burrell (‘ollection with Dr Keir Fisher.
HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER
Bellahouston Park. H) l)umhreck Road.
353 4773. Daily l()am 5pm.
Mixed Exhibition l'ntil 'I‘hu 3| Jan.
A selection of works h} contetnpot‘at') Scottish artists in association with the (‘ompass (iallery.
MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Kelvin Hall. I Burnhouse Road. 387 373i). .\lon-r'l‘hu 6’; Sat l()am 5pm: Fri 6’; Sun 1 lam 5pm.
Fire! The history of firefighting in the west of Scotland is documented in this exhibition featuring a l.e_\‘land liircmaster engine given to the museum by the Strathclyde l-‘irc Brigade and objects from the past and present.
PAISLEY MUSEUM 8: ART GALLERIES
High Street. 83‘) 3l5 1. Tue Sat
l()am 5pm: Sun 3 5pm. Free.
Old Friends And New Acquaintances t'niil Sun I4 Apr. Portraits and figuratixe works drawn from the museum's collection featuring works by Alan I)a\'ie. Wendy .\lc.\lurdo and two new acquisitions by John Byrne. National lt'li'el and The Slur/in.
Govancroft l‘ntil Sun 3S Apr. A small display celehrating the late lamented pottery situated in the east end of (ilasgow.
Paisley Photographic Society
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l‘ntil Sun 37 Jan. Recent work by members of this photographic group. Spin A Yarn l'ntil Sun 37 Jan. An exhihition featuring textiles h)‘ the Paisley Quilters pltis works made h)- people in Renfrewshire as part of the SPIN 3()()l festix‘al.
PEOPLE’S PALACE & WINTER GARDEN
(ilasgow (irecn. 554 ()333. .\ton 'l‘hu & Sat l()am 5pm: l-‘ri & Sun
Old Ways And New Directions l'ntil Autumn. An exhihition of historic mental health items collected hy (ilasgow' .\ltiseums since 1005. Glasgow Green Renewal t'niil Mon 1 Apr. An exhihition highlighting the current project to renew and Upgrade this popular (ilasgow landmark.
ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART
3 (‘astle Street. 553 3557. Mon 'l'hu & Sat l()am 5pm: l"ri & Sun llam 5pm. In The Shade Of The Tree t'niil Sun 3S Apr. Internationall) renowned photographer Peter Sanders’ photographic insight into the world of lslam. Sec rex iew.
THE TALL SHIP AT GLASGOW HARBOUR
l()() Stohcross Road. 33‘) ()(i3 1. I)ai|} l()am 5pm. £4.50 (£3.35): accompanied children free.
Five Thousand Days At Sea An exhihition on hoard the onl) ('l}ilc‘litiilt sailing ship still afloat in the l'K. documenting her adventures on the high seas hetween 1807 and l‘)l‘). The Story Of Glenlee This new permanent exhihition pl’o\ ides an insight into what life was what like for sea tra\ ellers in lS‘)(i through a combination of graphic panels. audio trails and reconstructed areas.
Story In The Stones it’umphouse .\lain (ialler‘) l. An exhihition looking at the impact of the industrial ages on (ilasgow' harhour.
Morse And More (Pumphouse Lower (iallery). A hands-on eshihition. aimed at children. looking at the world of communication.
3t)a l)undas Street. 557 5003. Mon l‘ri l()am (ipni: Sat l()am 4pm.
Mixed Exhibition t'ntil 'l'hu 3| Jan. A selection of conteinporar} paintings
by galler} artists.
THE BELLEVUE GALLERY
4 BL‘llL‘VUC (‘rescenL 553 3363.
Wed Sun noon opin.
Revolution l'ntil Sun 3() Jan. A group show of new work including painting and sculpture h} the recent masters of fine art graduates. Painters include \aoko Sliihu}a. Stishil Mangaonkar and Michael ('raik. with work h} sculptors Duguld Peters and \ao Koha}ashi. [ASl CHANGE l0 Si l]
30a ('hamhers Street. 034 4545. Dad}
1 lam llpm.
Artesian Exhibition l'ntil Thu 31 Jan. Arts organisation Artesian presents an exhibition of ‘hrut art/raw art' h} \ai'iotis artists.
BOURNE FINE ART
(3 l)undas Street. 557 4050. Mon liri l()am (ipm: Sat llam 3pm.
Scottish Paintings t‘niil 'l‘hu 3| .lalt. :\ selection of paintings l3) Scottish artists featuring \Villie Wilson. Anne Redpatlt. l)..\l. Sutherland. l).Y. ('ameron. .lames Mclic} and (ieorge llUllstUtl.
It) Rosa] 'l'erracc. 55o l()lt). .\lon l’ri l()am (ipm: Sat h)’ appointment. Mixed Exhibition l'ntil 'l'hu 3l .lan. .\n e\hihition of paintings from stock lltL‘ltltliltg‘ \\til‘l\s ll} (ic‘tit‘gt‘ lltitlsttitl. ll). l‘ergusson. Maclauchlan .\lilnc and P.\\'. Adam.
CAMEO CINEMA BAR
3S llUlllL‘ Street. 2.38 4 l—l l. I)ail} I345 llpm.
Neill Russell l'ntil ’l‘hu 3l .lan. Influenced h} William Klein. Rohert l-‘rank and the New York School of Photograph}. .\'eil| Rtissell's lirsl
photographic eshihition features black and white studies of the cit}.
CITY ART CENTRE
3 Market Street. 53‘) 3003. Mon Sat l()am 5pm; Sun noon 5pm.
The Quest For Camelot: The Arthurian Legend In Art t'ntil Sat 3o Jan. £3.5(ltL‘l ); famil) ticket £5: season ticket £4.50. This major e\hihition traces the impact of the .-\rthurian legend on artists throughout the centuries. l)i\ ided into three sections. the first esamines how the legends lt;t\ L‘ permeated stic‘ict). The second section looks at the Victorian era when 'I‘Cllll'VStlllls l(/'\'//\ (HIT/Iv King
re\ i\ ed the in} th. influencing the work of the Pre-Raphaelites. Rossetti and William Morris. The final part concludes with the earliest known literar} reference to Arthur. the epic poem l' (im/Ht/r/fll. composed h} Aneirin in the late (ith century. lASl CHANG l0
Raise The Banners High t'niil Sat lo l‘eh. An eshihition coinciding with the puhlication documenting the (‘it_\ ‘s hanner collection and the 75th anni\ersar} of the general strike.
The Orange And The Green thin 34 Jan. 13.30pm. l)r Boh .\lcl.ean assesses the impact of the hanners of the ()range and llihernian ()rders on Scottish sticict}.
Nine For The Days In The General Strike 'I'liu 3| .lan. l3.3(lpm. 'l‘err} Brotherston assesses the lessons of the (iencral Strike of .\la\ l‘)3(i. I
33 3S ('ockhurn Street. 33” Iloo. \Ved Sat 10.30am 5pm; Sun 3 5pm. QNew Work Scotland Programme l’ri l8 Jan Sun l7 lieh. the final two stilt) slitiws itt tllc‘ New Work Scotland series. featuring lidinhurgh ('ollege of Arts graduates [aura ()uarmh} and Richard Btass. ()uarnih} esplores the cults of self imprmement and self empowerment in her strange htit will) \ ideo works. Blass tackles the relationship hetween parent and child offering an insight into his own latltil} life. See llitlist. Nil...’
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Janice McNab’s Greenock Factory Project documentary paintings go on show at Tramway