Dundee Galleries continued
DUNDEE CONTEMPORARY ARTS 152 Nethergale. 01382 909900. Tue- Wed. Sat & Sun 10 30am 5.30pm;'1‘hu a Fri 10.30am Spin.
lll Communication l'ntil Sun 23 Mar. Nevs and existing vvorks by internationally renovs ned artists including Turner pri/e nominee 1.tain(it11ick. Jeremy 1)e11er. Jenny 11o1/er. Aleksandra Mir and Philippe Parreno. reﬂecting the vyays tn \vhich ctitiununication has been drariiattcally altered \Hlli the growth of internel access and use. LAST CHANCE TO 811:
Gallery Tours Sat 22 Mar. 2pm. (iallery stall lead these informal tours of the 1|1(‘ommumcationexhibition.
Craft Focus l'ntil Stiit 6 Apr t()ne Tvvo l’ive shopi. Jevs e11ery in osidised silver and gold by Andrea Douglas artd a selection o1 domestic tools and utensils by various makers.
The Lockerbie Trial - Nathan Coley Thti 21) Mar. 6.30pm. £3.51) (£21. Nathan (‘oley discusses his role and the challenges he faced as art unofficial artist 11] residence at the Lockcrbie trial in the Netherlands.
Albert Square. 01382 432084. Mon-Sat 10.30am 5pm; Sun 12.30 4pm: Thu 10.30am 7pm.
123M Annual Exhibition of the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour t'ntil Sun 16 Mar. A celebration of vvatercolour painting featuring over 200 nevv vvorks by over 150 established and nevi artists from across Scotland. Artists include Simon Laurie. ('hris Bushe. lili/abeth Blackadder. Philip Reeves and Ian McKen/ie Smith. LAST CHANCE TO SEE
The Beatles in Dundee t'ntil Mon 30 Jun. A collection of photographs from the 1)(‘ Thomson archives and film footage to tnark the 40th anniversary of the Beatles playing in Dundee.
Outside the Cities
DICK INSTITUTE MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY
lilmbank Avenue. 01563 554343. Mon—Tue & Thu Fri 10am 8pm; Wed (k Sat
Journeys l'ntil Sat 29 Mar. Works in mixed tiiedia by (ieorgc lipsvsorth inspired by the idea of journeys.
Pasta and Presents Sat 22 Mar—Sat 3 May. Contemporary craft vvorks inspired by objects in the .\liiseunis' collection. NEW SHOW
NEW LANARK WORLD HERITAGE VILLAGE
.\'evv Lanark Hills. 01555 661345. Daily 11am 5pm. £3.95 (£2.95).
Crystal Kingdom Glasswork Exhibition Sat 22 Mar—Sun 13 Apr. The largest exhibition of Swedish glassvvork shovvn in the LR by avvard-vvinning artists from the Kosta Boda and ()l’l’L‘LUs glassvvorks iti vaeden. The centrepiece of the shovs is The Wall which stands over 5ft high. NEW SHOW.
CRAWFORD ARTS CENTRE
93 North Street. 01334 474610. Mon—Sat 10atn~5pmz Sun 2—5pm.
Enlightened Fri 14 Mar—Sun 4 Slay. (‘onteiitporary lightvvorks front candlepovv er to electricity. including vvork by 13d lglehart. (iillian Johnston. lo Vincent and Jayne Knoyv les. NEW SHOW. Inspired - An Aesthetic Interpretation of All Saints Episcopal Church Fri 14 Mar—Sun 4 May. In celebration of the centenary of All Saints Church. an exhibition of arts and crafts. architecture and applied arts organised by students of museum and gallery studies.
96 THE LIST 13—27 Mar 2003
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Activities and Fun
Playhouse Disney Channel l'nul Fri 14 Mar. 11am. 1.30pm & 3.30pm. Free. Braehead Arena. Kings Inch Road. Renfrevs. 885 1441. Join Big Dave and (Nb ta plus lots of their friends including Winnie the Pooh and Bear frortt Bear in the Big Blue Home for stories. songs and games.
Walk on the Wild Side t'ntil Thu 20 Mar. 2—4.30pm. Linn Park Country Park. Simshill Road. 637 1147. Fun and frolics in the countryside with vsalks. vvildlife spotting. vsoodland history. art and adventure.
National Science Week Sat l5 -Sun 16 Star. (ilasgovv Science Centre. 50 Pacific Quay. 420 5010. National science vveek comes to the (‘ilasgovv Science Centre with a range of vseek'end activities including Wiggly Worms. ligg Drop Challenge. Cockroach Corner and Dragon Feeding.
Pottery Workshops Sat 15 3e 22 Mar. noon—6pm. 5-pIUs. Firevvorks Studio. 35a Dalhousie Street. 332 3738. Children's vvorkshops for ages 4-plus. Paitit pots or have a go on the potter's vvheel.
Young People’s Art Classes Sat 15 Mar. 9.15—1 1am 8; 11.15am—1pm. Lillie Art (iallery. Station Road. Milngavie. 578 8847. Get creative vvith this Saturday morning art class for ages 8-pIUs.
Back to School Sun 16 Mar. 2~3pm. £1.50. Scotland Street School Museum. .\1Useum of liducatioii. 225 Scotland Street. 28“ 0500. Join teacher Miss Bauer for a living history class set in Victorian times. Anne 15 minutes early to dress up in period costume before seeing props. a genuine gas mask and the dreaded belt.
CCA: Family Day Sun 16 Mar. llama-1pm. £5 per family t2 adults and up to 3 children I. (‘CA. 350Sauchieha|1 Street. 352 4900. Artist-led vvorkshops for all the family including music. sculpture. drama and v ideo.
Holiday on Ice “In Concert’ \s’etl 26«Sun 30 Mar. £14 £24 t£7 £12). SliCC. Finnieston Quay. 0870 040 4000. Skating extravaganza vs ith sounds and moves from all over the vsorld vsith light shovys and projections.
Theatre and Dance Clowning Around Sat 15 Mar. 2pm. £3.50 £4. Scottish Mask and Puppet Theatre Centre. 8~10 Balcarres Avenue. Kelvindale. 339 6185. Fun. games. laughter. music. magic and audience tartici iation vs ith .\1r (iig 'les the ('lovv n. he Singing Kettle: edleval Madness Sun 16 Mar. noon ck 3.30pm. £9 (£71; family ticket £25. SliCC. Finnieston Quay. 0870 040 4000. A host of nevv songs and crazy capers as vse join the Kettlcrs in by gone times. The Stones Thu 2ti—Siit 22 Mar. Thu 1.30pm; Fri 1.30pm 61' 6pm; Sat 2.30pm. £5 t£3i. Tron Theatre. 63 Trongate. 552 4267. Travelling Light Theatre Company presents The Stones. a true story by Tom Ly'cos and Stefo .\'antsou. circling around the death of a young man vvith tense. high energy action. For ages 12 and over
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Customise your favourite books from a new feature on the Scottish Book Trust's websne — downloadable book plates. You can Currently choose from fOur deSigns by local artists. print them off. colour them in and stick them in your books. This design is by Julie Lacome who has JUSI won the Scottish Arts OeunCiI Children‘s Book Award for Ruth/es Big Old Coat.
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The Little Lost Dragon Sat 22 .\l.ii. 2pm £3 50 £4 Scottish .\1ask arid Puppet Theatre ('entre. S 10 Balcar'res Avenue. Kelvtndale. 339 61S5 Ages 4 9 Kenspeckle Puppets presents the tale ot an adsenturous young dragon vs ho bra\es \simer tti Dragonland in a least ol glitter. music and colour
Utter Nonsense Sat 22 Star. 5pm
£3 £5 The Stand. 333 \Voodlands Road. 11371000 6055 Blueboat Theatre return vsttlt tnore fantastical childsplay from Turn Turn Tinker and tales of Dougie the Dangerous Duck. Horace the Handsome Slug and Super Super Secret Story xvith their usual concoction of puppets. animation. music. film and storytelling See prev revs
Liberty X Fri 14 Mar. 2 30pm £16 50 Clyde .-\udttortum. Finnieston Quay. 05"” 0404000. 1-resh limit their Brit .-\\\.lt't1 tor Best Single tup against stilt competition from a number o1 sappy cover versionsi. Liberty X rump oit the Sugababes' bandvvagon and get Richard X to create a nevy track for them lrotn tvvo old soil:-‘\ the result. ‘Betng Nobody ‘. is art amalgam of ('haka Khan's 'Atn't \obody' and the Human League's 'Being Boiled'
Star Trek X: Nemesis i 12A: Sal l5 Mar. 12.45pm. £2 25 Mice vvith (ilasgovv Kid/club card! and Angel for May tP(ii. Sat 22 Mar. 10.30am £2.25 ttrec
vv ith (‘ilasgovv Kid/club cardi. (ilasgovy Film Theatre. 12 Rose Street. 332 S123 See Filtn 1nde\.
Human Body 1 1’(il; Everest i l ' l. Dolphins tt‘ i; Into the Deep il‘i. Cyberworid tcert the 1. times may check Filiti listings for sliovsitig times. £5 t£3.50i 1.\1A.\' Theatre. (ilasgovv Science Centre. 50 Pacific Quay. 420 5000.
Lord Kelvin: A Life in Science l'ntil Wed 31 Dee Free. 11untertan .\liiseum. l'niversity Avertue. 330 4221 An exhibition of the scientific instruments. inventions and patents Used by (ilasgovt 's famous professor of physics, William Thomson.
Young Talent 2003 l'ntil Sun 23 Mar Free. Art (iallery and Museum. Kelvingrove. Argyle Street. 21-17 2699. To mark the liuropean Year o1 Disabled People. (ilasgovy ‘s Protect Ability curate this exhibition of art vvork by children and young people vsith autistic spectrum disorders.
Activities and Fun Stariab Fri 14—Sat 15 Mar. 7 t£1.85i; family ticket £6. Royal Observatory Visitor Centre. Blacktord 11111. 668 S404. (‘ravsl inside the inflatable planetarium and go on a trip to the stars learn about the night sky and discover the myths behind constellations.
The Big Frieze Sat 15 Mar. 174pm Free. Royal Museum. 2 Chambers Street. 247 4219. Help recreate an ligyptian lrte/e Using a projector. felt-tip pens and your imagination in this drop-in art activ ity. Legend of the Saltire and Lion Sat 15 Mar. 11am. noon. 2pm (‘5; 3pm. £8 t£2--£6i. lidinburgh Castle. Royal Mile. 225 9846. Living History Scotland tell the story behind the saltire and the lion rampant of our national and royal flags, Sllkpaintlng Workshops Sat IS a: 22 Mar. 2—4pm 6.; 4.30—6.30pm. £7. 16 Cassels Lane. Leith. 553 2129. Sarah-Ann Askevs runs relaxed vyeekly vvorkshops in the art of silkpainting. First session for ages 6—11 years. second for ages 12 and above. Booking essential.
The Art Cart Sun 16 6.; 23 Mar. 2-4prn. Free. Royal Museum. 2 Chambers Street. 247 4219. The Royal MUseurn and Museum of Scotland have a “CU. roving Art Cart vvith free art materials to Use. Tying in