Colloquium on Steiner’s Architecture: A Discussion of Past and Future Trends Sun 9 Nov. 9.30am-5pm. £45 (£40). A discussion chaired by Sebastian Tombs with guest speakers Dennis Sharp. Christian Thal- Jantzen and Nicholas Pople.
ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN lnverleith House. Inverleith Row. 552 717]. Daily 10am—5.30pm.
Inverleith House is closed for refurbishment. See Artbeat.
Charmain Pollock - Papermaking L'ntil Sun 9 Nov (lixhibition Hall). Charmain Pollock explores the landscape of both rural and urban central belt Scotland. collecting materials and investigating found objects within her papertnaking. This exhibition will incorporate workshops and demonstrations.
ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE
(irindlay Street. 248 4848.
A Nation in Search of a State limit Sat 15 Nov. Photography by Mark Naftalin documenting daily life in a hill-tribe village in northern Thailand.
ROYAL OVER-SEAS HOUSE Landings (iallery. l00 Princes Street. 225 1501. Mon—Fri l0am~-6pm.
The Competition limit i-‘ri 3| ()ct. Specially commissioned ‘behind the scenes‘ photographs of recent R()SI. Annual .‘vlusic Competition finals by photojournalist Richard Smith. Christmas Show Tue 4 Nov-“Fri to Jan. Paintings. prints and drawings by past R()Sl. exhibitors including Matthew Burrows. Bella liaston and Christopher (iiIvan-Cartwright.
Christmas Show Tue 4 Nov—t-‘ri lo Jan. Paintings. prints and drawings by past ROSL exhibitors including Matthew- Burrows. Bella liaston and Christopher Gilvan-Cartwright.
ROYAL scornsn ACADEMYW ‘
The Mound. 624 6200. Daily l0am—5pm.
If I Could Go Anywhere . . . Mon 3—Sun 23 Nov (Info: 225 6671). The Royal Scottish Academy present the work of 15 Alastair Salvesen Art Scholarship winners from 1989 to present day featuring works by lidward Summerton. Paul l‘urneaux. Claire Banks. Angus Mcliwan. Mark Gilbert and Delia Baillie.
l6 Dundas Street. 558 1200. Mon—Fri l0am—6pm; Sat l0am—4pm.
Barbara Rae Mon 3—Wed 26 Nov. New paintings by Barbara Rae inspired by the west of Ireland. NEW SHOW. Jack Cunningham - On the Line Mon 3—Wed 26 Nov. New jewellery by Jack Cunningham. who is best known for his quirky brooches. Jane Hamlyn - Empty Vessels .‘vlon 3—Wed 26 Nov. New salt-glazed ceramics by Jane Hamlyn.
SCOTTISH POETRY LIBRARY
5 Crichton‘s Close. Canongate. 557 2876. Mon—Fri l0am—6pm; Sat noon—4pm.
The Hirta Portfolio limil Sat l Nov. An exhibition of a hand-made limited edition portfolio of hoetry and etchings by writer Bill Duncan and artist Susan Wilson. inspired by the life and history of the main St Kilda island.
Reiach and Hall Architects. 6 Darnaway
Street. 225 8-144. Mon-Fri 2—-5pm. The Square Root of 2 limit Fri 3] ()ct. A site-specific installation created by Charles Avery comprising a sculpture work and wall-based drawings.
THE SOUTHSIDE GALLERY 58 Ratcliffe Terrace. 667 I966. Mon—Sat l()am-6pm.
Breaking the Mould Sat l—Fri 21 Nov. New work by Max Hague.
ST BRIDE’S CENTRE
10 ()rwell Terrace. 346 1405. Mon—Sat l0am—4pm.
Carolyn Burchell Until Fri 14 Nov. Acrylic paintings of the sea and coast. exploring reflected light. movement. texture and pattern.
Michelle Knight Until Fri 14 Nov. Works featuring Midlothian and the Highlands inspired by natural light. colour. form and the ever-changing environment.
STILLS 23 Cockburn Street. 622 6200. Daily
Welcome Back L'ntil Sat 22 Nov. Stills welcomes back four of the 27 artists who contributed to Zemmtap. Scotland first pavilion at the Venice Biennale. Beagles & Ramsay present Unrealin Dreams. a poster of unrealisable artists' projects in the visual style of Leonardo da Vinci. Katy Dove presents a short digital film You and Dan Norton‘s RAMS/tack is one of six internet-speciftc works which will be presented in an installation setting. Scotland Now Sun 2 Nov. l—5pm. £10 (£5). Contemporary art forum with a focus on the support and training opportunities for young artists in Scotland as well as a review of the. Visions for the Future series.
TAG TEAM EXPERIMENT 2l Lismore Crescent. Parsons Green. 620 334-1.
John Timberlake Until Fri 21 Nov. Recent work.
Proudtoot L'ntil Fri 19 Dec. A mixed media installation.
TALBOT RICE GALLERY
University of Edinburgh. South Bridge. 650 22l0. Tue—Sat 10am—5pm.
Frances Walker: Passing Islands Until Sat 1 Nov. A new series of drawings and paintings resulting from recent visits to some of Scotland's uninhabited islands. From St Kilda and Staffa to the islands of Neave and Roan. her works capture the magic and mystery of these formerly inhabited places.
Marianne Created: Coast Until Sat l Nov (round room). Co-founder of Glasgow‘s Switchspace. Marianne Greated presents a series of drawings and paintings on the theme of coastal pollution and erosion of Scotland‘s coastline. The work is a collaborative science and art project and includes scientific analysis by Professor Clive Created.
0 John McLean - New Works Sat 8 Nov—Sat 13 Dec. New paintings and early works on paper by leading British abstract painter John McLean. See Hitlist. NEW SHOW.
John McLean in Conversation Fri 7 Nov. 3pm. Abstract painter John McLean gives a talk on his work.
0 Andrew Mackenzie Sat 8 Nov—Sat 13 Dec. (round room). A pedestrian footbridge on a beach near Dunbar is the starting point for this series of site-specific works on paper by Andrew MacKenzie. See Hitlist. NEW SHOW. Andrew Mackenzie in Conversation Sat 8 Nov—Sat 13 Dec. Andrew Mackenzie talks about his works on paper on show in the round room.
36 Dundas Street. 556 6366. Mon—Fri
l lam—6pm; Sat 10.30am—6pm.
Doreen Williams and Ken
Robertson Until Sat 1 Nov. Recent aintin ys.
Gillian Goodheir Sat 8—Sat 22 Nov.
Advertising genius and art collector (Not Charles Saatchi)
Ashley Havrnden (1903-1973) Drink Daily, The Food of Foods. Poster for Milk Marketing Board. 1936 Estate of
Advertising & the Artist The work and collection of Ashley Havinden
Long before Charles, there was Ashley. Ashley Havinden put the art into advertising beautiful works with the proceeds. Come and see it all in one place at the Dean Gallery. You might even bump into you-know-who.
Until 18 January 2004
Dean Gallery, 73 Belford Road, Edinburgh Open daily loam-5pm. Thursday until 7pm Admission free
and collected some
3O Oct—13 Nov 2003 THE LIST 101