THE SOUTHSIDE GALLERY
58 Ratclil‘l‘e Terrace. 667 Who. Mon Fri 9am (tpilt; Sat l()am» 5pm.
Mixed Show l'ntil Fri 3! Jan. ()riginal artworks by various artists including new works by Viswalli.
THE STAND COMEDY CLUB GALLERY
5 York Place. 07775 97-1452. Molt Still
Jewellery Exhibition and Sale l'ntil Tue 24 Dec. Alt exltibition and sale of work by nine new jewellery designers.
TAG TEAM EXPERIMENT
2l l.ismore Crescent. 620 334-1.
Wed ~l-‘ri by appointment only.
Colin Andrews lfntil Fri 20 Dec. Edinburgh-based artist (‘olilt Andrews shows a video work entitled The (h'l’tll [ism/w IGerman/linglis/ti wltich reworks the familiar World War ll prisoner of war epic.
Eiii Watanabe l'ntil l-'ri 3| Jait. Japanese artist liiji Watanabe present work made from pltotographic material gatltered on a previous trip to Edinburgh.
TALBOT RICE GALLERY L'niversity ol lidiltburgh. Sotitlt Bridge. 65007-16. 'l‘ue Sat lllam 5pm. Richard Wilson: Irons in the Fire l'ntil Sat l-l l)ec. Ricltard Wilson is best known for his seminal installation 20:50. w lticlt llooded the gallery space with a sea of sump oil. For over 2() years. lte ltas been making site-specilic sculpture and inspired architectural interventions and this touring exhibition reveals the complex workings behind ltis ideas. Sketchbooks. drawings and maquettes are presented within liliitg cabinets altd shelving specially created by \Vilson. LASl CHANCE TO S“... David Connearn: 24 Hours t'ntil Sat l-l l)ec (round roollti. Drawings made for a contemporary Book of Hours (illustrated religious texts originating iii the Middle Ages which served as gtlides tor personal contemplative use). Aloltg w itlt drawings by David (‘oltnearlL written contributions include John Burnside. Alec l-‘iltlay‘. l‘rancis .‘schey. Louise Milne and Jayne Wilding.
The Booths by Paul Martin is on show at Bourne Fine Art
36 l)undas Street. 556 6366. Mon l‘ri
l lambpm: Sat lt).3()ant-1pm. Christmas Exhibition t'ntil Sat l 1 Jan. Paintings by over 7() gallery artists and jewellery by Sheana Stephen.
('ale Bar. 10 ('alttbridge Street. 228 5383.
Re-order l'lttil Thu 2 Jan. Abstract paintings inspired by Japanese architecture altd urban landscapes by Louise Anderson.
lo South Fort Street. 47S 78“).
Mon Sat 1 lam~l l.-15pm: Stilt
Leith. Living the Life l'ntil Sun 5 Jan. A photographic exhibition by- l)avid Morrison documenting lil'e ilt Leith.
4 I)ultdas Street. 558 9544/5. Moll l-‘ri l()am ()pilll Sat llam 4pm.
Mixed Show l'lttil l’ri 3| Jan. A selection of sporting altd natural history paintings.
This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details of other permanent attractions, see Edinburgh Lite, page 113.
MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD
42 High Street. 529-1142. Molt Sat Illant Split.
The Golden Ages of Toys l'nlil Sat 7 Jtill. Sltare the magic ol' Meccaito. Horltby train sets. teddy bears and the wonderful array ol~ toys that cattle to lil‘e between 1890 and l‘)3().
MUSEUM OF EDINBURGH
H2 ('altollgate. 529-ll-13. .‘yloit Sat Illam 5pm.
Season’s Greetings tfiitil Sal I I Jait. An exhibition exploring the history and design of Christmas and New Year cards.
MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND ('halttbers Street. 247 421‘). Mon Sat l()altt 5pm; Stilt noon 5pm; 'ltle lllam Split.
Arctic Highlanders l'nlil l-‘ri 3| Jan. A single case display highlights the Scots altd the littlit ol. the Arctic’s long liistoi'.‘ ol‘ contact througlt whaling. trade altd e\plot‘aliolt.
NEWHAVEN HERITAGE MUSEUM .\'ewhavelt llal'botir. 55l JIbS. .\lolt Stilt itoolt 4.45pm.
They’re Handed Doon hail the 3| Dec. Alt exhibition lookiltg at the history ol. the Paisley shawl aitd its adoption by .\'ew haven lishw ives.
2 (‘halitbers Street. 247 42 l‘). .\lolt Sat lllam 5pm l'l'ue Spill); Stilt noon 5pm. Free.
Millennium Clock A chance to view Russian mechanical sculptor liduard Bersudsky 's millennium clock. a kinetic sculpture. measuring nine metres high. Mediating with Spirits, Shamans in Korea l'lttil Stilt 30 Mar. All exhibition exploring sltalitaltism. alt illtltol'taltt element ol' the Altaic culture that came to Korea ilt tlte l3th century B('. The show l'eattlres dioralilas and ritual objects used by shamans. litany ol which have been donated to tlte National .\ltiseultls ot' Scotland by tlte Korean goverlllltent.
Illustrating Scotland’s Past l’litil Stilt 2o Jait. An exhibition highlighting the work ol archaeological illtistrator. .‘vlariolt O'Neil. including exact repl‘eselitatioits ol‘ original objects such as the (illllll-year-old bow from Rotten Bottom ilt l)ulttl'riessltire. Game On l'lttil Stilt 2 lieb. £5 03); tamin ticket L'll); under 5s and NMS litembers tree. (ill/m' ()n is the lirst major exhibition devoted to the \ ideogailte. lt‘ullll'lllg over |2() to try out. l‘rollt tlte lirst ever game Spare llhr.’ created ilt l‘)(t2 to tlte latest l.ara (‘rolt 'Iiuli/t Rull/i'r. the exhibition explores tlte history. culture and l'tittire ol the industry.
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