Holly O’Hara’s hats are on show at the Lighthouse

Textile Department Exhibition

'I'ue it) Fri l3 I)ec (New bery (ialleryl. An exhibition of work by students from the textile department.


3 Park (‘irctis. 332 2555. Mon 'l‘hu ltlam ‘opni; l-‘ri ltlam» 4pm.

Gunter Grass: on Drawing and Writing t'iitil \y‘ed l8 I)ec. A documentary exhibition to celebrate the life and work of (iunter (irass. one of (iermany's most important contemporary writers.


lX2 Bath Street. 333 1991. Mon l’ri 10.30am 5pm; Sat lt).3()am lpm. Winter Selection Mon 2 Dec Fri 3] Jan. A season selection of paintings including works by Anne Redpath. Mary (iallacher. llamish McDonald. Peter Nardini and John (’unningham. NEW SHOW.


lfniversity of (ilasgow. 82 llillhead

Street. 3305-131. Mon Sat 9.30am 5pm.


Intimate Friends: Scottish Colourists at the University of Glasgow l'ntil Tue 1 Apr. An extensive exhibition highlighting the liniversity of (ilasgow ‘s important Scottish ('olourist collection. featuring rarely seen works by (‘adell. l-‘ergusson. Hunter and Peploe.

Season’s Greetings Hi 2‘) Nov" Sat l l Jan. A group of light—hearted cards donated by New York collector Phillip Bruno. featuring works by Red (irooms, Milton Avery and Leonard Baskin. NEW SHOW.


l8 King Street. 552 2540. Tue Sat

l 5pm.

Digital Harmony l’ntil Mon 23 Dee. MFA graduates from (ilasgow School of Art. Belinda (iuidi and Maria Doyle present new work achieved through animation. Doyle is interested in storytelling and shows a series of

animated drawings drawn from her everyday experiences. (iuidi. who is researching the idea of light. presents a series of light animations tisiiig computer and sound.


ll Mitchell Lane. 22l (3362. Mon. Wed. Thu. l-‘ri & Sat [0.30am 5pm: Tue

1 lam 5pm: Sttn noon 5pm. creativescotland t'niil Mon 2 Dec. 'I'hroughout the year. the Lighthouse will be showcasing a changing display of the work of Scotland‘s creative entrepreneurs in advertising. architecture. fashion. design. film. video. music and digital media.

Who Wants to Be a Milliner? t'ntil Sun 8 Dec (Alcove level 2). Holly ()‘llara Millinery' presents her latest hat designs influenced by the glamorous styles of Audrey Hepburn. Ingrid Bergman. Marilyn Monroe and Margot l‘ontaine.

Dare to Be Digital t'ntil Stm ts’ I)ec (Young I)esigners (iallery l. An exhibition showcasing the work of education initiative. Dare to be Digital which offers students studying at Scottish universities and art colleges the chance to work as part of a team on a paid interactive project. Sooper Double D t'niil Molt (v Jan ((‘irculation areal. Dundee-based graphic design consultancy Sooper Double I) review the emergency exit sign at the Lighthouse in this ('l)-Rom presentation. GIA Annual Awards 2002 l'ntil Sun 12 Jan (Gallery 4). A display of the shortlisted projects for the Annual (ilasgow Institute of Architects Award which included the categories liousing. offices. healthcare and education. Discodog Limited - Talkshop l'ntil Sun l2 Jan (Alcovc. level 4). An exhibition highlighting the work of discotlog limited w ho provide a range of internet services. Tait & Style l'ntil Sun l2 Jan ((‘irculation area). A focus on the work of ()rkney --based textile company. 'lait it Style. In recent years. Paul Smith. John Rocha and Shirin (Build have connnissioned fabrics for their own collections.

Bennetts Associates t’ntil Sun 26 Jan (Review (ialleryl. A specially commissioned exhibition focusing on three recent projects by aw ard-winning architectural practice. Bennetts Associates: the Loch I.omond (iateway' (‘entre. the Astronomy 'l‘echnology (‘entre in Scotland and the llampstead Theatre in London. Glasgow Design - 2nd Batch l'ntil Fri 3] Jan (Various spaces). New designs from The (ilasgow (‘ollection's 2nd Batch including a permanent installation of Mil Stricev ic’s .Sunlr' lis‘lu bench.

The Axia Chair Thu [2 Dec Stiii l‘) Jan (Alcove: Level 2). A display highlighting the Axia chair. designed and manulactured in the Netherlands and supplied by Scotland-based company Amus Beech. NEV‘.” SHOW.

Projector 2002 Hi 2‘) Nov.

0.30am Spin. Scotland’s only dedicated animation festival. showcasing the best animated short films from arotmd the world and a series of masterclasses from top industry professionals.


Station Road. Milngavie. 578 88-17.

'l'ue Sat lllam lpni & 2 5pm. Christmas Art Show t'ntil Hi 2() Dec. A festive selection of paintings. prints. ceramics and textiles by Scottish makers.

Making Faces t'ntil Wed 12 l’eb. An exhibition exploring portraiture from self-portraits to studies of family and friends. Artists include John Bellany. Danny l-‘erguson. Lesley Banks and Joan liardley'.

LLOYD JEROME GALLERY 2()() Bath Street. 33] ()722. Tue Sat 9am (ipm.

A Closer Look Sat 7 Dec vvca t2 l-‘eb. Nature-inspired prints by Sue Palmer. ex w ife of the singer Robert Palmer. NEW SHOW.


322 & 32-1 Duke Street. l)ennistoun. 56-1 oo()2. 'l‘ue Sat noon hp”).

0 Call for Entry t'ntil Sat l4 Dec. After a substantial period of redevelopment. Market reopens with a group show of work which celebrates the diversity of contemporary art practice. The eight selected artists are at various stages of their careers and features video works by Sally (‘hapman. sculpture and photography by ('athy Richmond and Norma 'l‘hallon. footage of youthful anarchy by ('alum Stirling and Mick Peter shows his oversized ‘lijector Sea'. See review.


2() North Street. 287 209‘). Mon 'l‘hu |().3()ani (i.3()pm: l‘ri Sat

lt).3()am 4pm.

Still Seeing Red t'ntil Sat 30 Nov. An exhibition of Third Lanark Football ('lub’s memorabilia. photographs and programmes celebrating their 130th anniversary. (‘ollector and fan Bert Bell will be at the exhibition from 2 5pm every liri afternoon to discuss his collection.


73 Robertson Street. Suite (i. Floor 1. 248 37] l. 'I'ue l-‘ri noon 5pm. Mai-Thu Perret Thu 28 Nov liri 2() Dec. Recent work by Swiss artist Mai- 'l'hu Perret who had a recent show at (ilassbox in Paris and who is currently on a residency in New York. NEW SHOW.


22l West (ieorge Street. 248 9755.

Mon Fri l()ani 5.30pm: Sat ltlam 2pm. D.Y. Cameron t'ntil Mon 23 Dec. Paintings.

A Christmas Exhibition t'ntil Mon 23 Dec. A festive selection of paintings by various artists.

James McNaught t‘ntil Mon 23 Dec. Still life paintings.

listings Art

Leonardo da Vinci: the Divine and the Grotesque The new Queen's Gallery opens at the Palace of Holyroodhouse with an exhibition of over 70 drawings by Da Vinci that reveal the artist's lite-long obsession with the human form. See feature. The Queen's Gallery, Edinburgh. Sat 30 Nov—Sun 30 Mar.

Visions for the Future IV Glasgow-based artists Graham Fagen and Victoria Monon are next up in the Fruitmarket Gallery's latest instalment of newly commissioned work. See preview. Fruitmarket Gallery. Edinburgh, Sat 30 Nov—Sat l 7 Jan.

CCA Exhibitions Three new exhibitions for the CCA including new work by Belinda Guidi. CCA commissioned work by Lucy Skaer and Hanneline Visnes and 704 Pairs of Shoes which highlights domestic abuse and violence against women. CCA, Glasgow, from Sat 30 Nov.

Martin Boyce In Our Love is Like the Flowers, the Rain, the Sea and the Hours. Boyce goes all romantic and poetic on us. by creating an indoor parkscape inspired by utopian ideals. Tramway, Glasgow. until Sun 79 Jan.

Adam BarkersMill A five-star show from the internationally acclaimed light artist Adam Barker- Mill who continues his investigation into the nature of light and colour. See review. Sleeper. Edinburgh. until Mon 23 Dec.

Call for Entry Dennistoun's Market gallery reopens after a period of redevelopment with a group show of work that celebrates the diversity of contemporary art practice. See review. Market. Glasgow. until Sat 74 Dec.

Eija-Liisa Ahtila: Real Characters, Invented Worlds Love. sexuality. jealousy and anger are explored in this major solo show of video and photographic works. See review. Dundee Contemporary Arts. Dundee. until Sun 72 Jan.

Ladies’ Rock Artists based in Edinburgh and Glasgow help celebrate the gallery's fifth anniversary in this group show. See review. The Changing Room, Stirling. until Sat 27 Dec.


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