interpretation of the .\luseum’s permanent collection. NEW SHOW.
PEOPLE’S PALACE & WINTER GARDEN
(ilasgow (ireen. 554 0223. Mon Thu & Sat l()am 5pm: l‘ri & Sttn 11am 5pm. Old Ways and New Directions l'ntil Auttnnn. An exhibition of historic mental ltealth items collected by (ilasgow .\lttsetltns since l995.
ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART
2 ('astle Street. 553 2557. Mon Thu & Sat l()am 5pm: l’ri a Stilt l lam 5pm. Milestones to Amritsar t'ntil Sun 4 Atig. This exhibition charts the journey of l’reston-born storyteller Roop Singh as he trayels through India to the (iolden Temple of Aim'itsar in Punjab.
THE TALL SHIP AT GLASGOW HARBOUR
l(l() Stobet'oss Road. 55‘) ()(i5 l. l)uily‘ l()am 5pm.£4.501£3.251; accompanied children free.
Five Thousand Days at Sea An exhibition on board the only (‘lydebttilt sailing ship still afloat in the l'K. documenting her adyentures on tile ltigh seas between 1897 and 1919.
The Story of Glenlee This new permanent exhibition proyides an insight into what life was what like for sea tray ellers in 189(i through a combination of graphic panels. audio trails and reconstructed areas.
Story in the Stones il’umpliouse .‘ylain (iallery 1. An exhibition looking at the impact of the industrial ages on (ilasgow’s harbour.
Morse and More il’uinphuuse
|.ow er (iallery 1. A hands-on exhibition. aimed at children. looking at the world of communication.
BOURNE FINE ART
(i l)undas Street. 557 4050. Mon l-‘ri l()am (ipm: Sat llatn 2pm. Scottish Watercolours and Oil Paintings t'niil Wed 31 Jul. A selection of watet'eolotlt's and oil paintings including works by lloratio .\lc(‘u|loch. William Mc'l‘aggart. Waller llugh l’aton. l).\'. (’ameron. Anne Redpath. Willie Wilson and William (iillies.
0207 713 5600. Thu Sun l()am (tplll. Access Expo 2002 Sun 23 Jun. Medecins Sans l'rontieres' touring exhibition allows ordinary people to experience what it feels like to be sick with no treatment. Spin the wheel of misfortune to learn yottr fate as one of the millions of people around the world who cannot afford treatment for curable diseases. See also Parliament Square.
l‘lat l. 10 Bruntsfteld Ay entte. Daily noon 5pm.
Magnifitat and Other Rooms Fri 21 Sttn 23 Jun. llotised in a Hat in Bruntslield. an exhibition of work by Lucy Sacker. .Annette Knol and Kim (’oleman. NEW SHOW.
10 Royal Terrace. 550 Ill“). Mon Fri l()am ()pm; Sat by appointment. Mixed Exhibition l’ntil Wed 31 Jill. Paintings front stock inclttding works by (ieot‘ge Houston. .l.|). l‘ergusson. Maclauchlan .\lilne and l’.W. Adam.
CITY ART CENTRE
2 Market Street. 529 3993. Mon. Tue. l~'ri A; Sat l()am (rpm: Wed ck Thu
l()am 8pm: Sun noon 5pm. £0 (£4.50):
family ticket £15.
The Art of Star Wars l'ntil Sun 8 Sep. The only Scottish showing of this major touring exhibition which goes behinds the scenes to witness the creation of the storytelling. science- iiction. film and entertainment phenomenon that is Slur Hints. The show features more than 200 original objects drawn from the archives of (ieorge Lucas including original conceptual drawings of R2-l)2 and ('- 31’0. costumes for Luke Skywalker and Darth V'adar attd artwork frotn the new film Slur ll'urs.‘ Episode II .'\II(I('/\' ()f ll‘llt' ('lmu'x.
22 28 (‘ockburn Street. 220 12(i0. Wed Sat 10.30am 5pm; Sun 3 5pm. 0 Kirsty Whiten - Right-on Mum l'ntil Sttn l4 Jttl. .A first solo show of new work by lidinburgh ('ollege of Art graduate Kirsty Whiten. The show features ftguratiye drawings and paintings and includes work from the ('ollectiy e (iallery’s Sc/u'nting pro- ject in which fottr artists were selected
to work with residents in I)umbiedykes.
Babak Ghazi l'ntil Stilt l4 Jtil. .\'ew work in the project room by Bahak (iha/i.
tlr‘ormerly (iallery 41 1.41 l)undas Street. 5.57 450‘). .\lon l'it'i
10.30am 5.30pm: Sat 10.30am 5pm. Mixed Exhibition t'ntil Wed 10 Jul. \ew paintings by l)runnnond .‘ylayo. Anne Anderson. .\lary l);t\'idson and Brian Keany.
THE DAVID YOUNG GALLERY
at Marie ('urie House. 29 Albany Street.
478 7050. Mon Sat l()am 5pm. Text Messages t'ntit Sat 22 Jtm.
(iregory Robison organises this exhibition of woodblock prints by artists who were imited to prodttce an original work based on any yerse in the gospel.
THE DEAN GALLERY
Belford Road. 024 (3200 (recorded information 332 22661. .\lon Sat
From the Colourists to the Blackout l'ntil Sun l4 Jul. A comprehensiye survey of Scottish art from 1900 1940 featuring over ()0 paintings and drawings drawn mainly from the collection of the Royal Scottish Academy. Artists inclttde the Scottish (‘olourists. James (‘owie. William Strang. James (’adenhead. Anne I‘inlay and sculpture by .\lary Phyllis Bone. l’ercy Portsmouth and Tom Whalen.
Eduardo Paolozzi: Bunk! t‘ntil Sttn 29 Sep. l’aolo/li's suite of prints based on the images used in his lecture Bunk? at the l('A. London in 1952 which celebrated popular culture.
A Library for a Justified Sinner l'ntil Sun 8 Sep. A display highlighting the work of a number of artists who have emphasised the social and political content of their work.
THE DI ROLLO GALLERY
27 Queensferry Street. 220 4150. .\lon Sat 9.30am 5.30pm; Sun
Recent Acquisitions A selection of the gallery's recent purchases.
I 1 (iaylield Square. 558 71 10. Thu Sat l lam 6pm or by appointment.
David Connearn Thu 20 Jun Sat 27 Jul. .\'ew works by l)ayid ('onnearn. a research fellow at lidinburgh ('ollege
of Art. NEW SHOW.
Belford Road, Edinburgh Admission free
Sponsored by Deutsche Bank
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This major summer exhibition of over 150 artworks will illustrate the Gallery's wide-ranging acquisitions of contemporary British art. The diversity of media used by artists today will be shown from painting, sculpture and printmaking to installations, a DVD projection and photography. The exhibition spills out of the Gallery and into the grounds where important sculptures have recently been installed.
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It" Changes, No One Pays (detail), 2000
Just Like Daddy (detalo, 1998
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