TIME OUT LIST
0 THE MACKINTOSH HOUSE GALLERY Mackintosh Cabinet Designs to end Oct. Open as above but closed for lunch 11.30-12.30.
0 MAIN GALLERY Permanent collection. Whistlers. old masters and Scottish modern paintings.
0 MAIN FINE ART The Studio Gallery.
16 Gibson Street. 334 8858. Tue—Sat i
10am-5pm. Sun 2-5pm. Times a Reilections Until Sat 2 Nov. An exhibition of oils. pastels and watercolurs of Hungary by Alasdair Urquhart. a young Scottish painter who spent a'post-graduate year at the Budapest Academy of Fine Arts. 0 MCLELLAN GALLERIES Sauchiehall Street. Mon—Fri 10.30am—6.30pm. Sat & Sun 2—6pm. 124th Annual Exhibition oi the Royal Glasgow Institute oi Fine Arts Until 2 Nov. Includes a memorial exhibition 6f sculpture by Benno Schotz. works by recent Fine Art graduates from the Glasgow School of Art and ‘To Pastures New'. otherwise known as ‘The Goose Girl’ by Sir James Guthrie. 0 THE MITCHELL LIBRARY Kent Road. 221 7030. Mon—Fri 9.30am—9pm. Sat 9.30am-5pm. Hungarian Music Level 5. A small exhibition ofexamples ofworks of Hungarian musicians who visited Glasgow. including Bartok. Kodaly and Liszt. Modern Scottish Writers foyer. Until end Oct. Finding a Job 2nd ﬂoor. Until Oct Andersonian Society Centenary Exhibition 3rd Floor. Until Christmas. Guild oi Spinners, Weavers and Dyers 4th ﬂoor. 0 PEOPLE'S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. 554 0223. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm. History on the Walls Until 9 Nov. Political posters from 1945. itayatad Sculpture Park Maquettcs. drawings and related documentation. Dates as above. 0 THE SCOTTISH DESIGN CENTRE 72 St Vincent Street. 221 6121. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm. Sat 9am—5pm. Rouse Styles Until Thurs 24 Oct. In Tune with Design Until Wed 30 Oct. Design in the music industry. Scottish Selection Until Wed 30 ()ct. A small exhibition of Scottish products. Octopus Books Competition Until Wed 30 Oct. ’
Gwyneth M Leech's portraits on show
O SCOTTISH EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE CENTRE Finnieston . 248 3000. Two restaurants. five bars. open all day. Also snack bars and bank. Access via ramps.
Modern Homes Until Sun 20 Oct. Mon—Sat lpm—10pm. Sun lpm—6pm. Admission Adult £1 .50. Scottish SIti Show 25—27 Oct. 12—9pm Fri 25. 10am—9pm Sat 26. 10am—6pm Sun 27. £ 1 .50 Child 50p. The Peter Stuyvesant Aerobatic Freestyle Display Team. which includes current world champion Lloyd Langlois. will perform 4 times a day using a 12 metre high ramp resembling a supersonic Concorde aircraft. A dry ski slope run by Edinburgh‘s llillend Ski Centre gives children and first-time skiers the opportunity to try the sport under the direction ofsome of the most experienced ski instructors in Europe. Over 80 stands will display the most up-to-date goods and services available from ski manufacturers. distributors. retailers. clubs. hotels and transport companies. together with some major Tourist Boards. Creche facilities for 2—5 year olds available. sponsored by Neilson Holidays in association with the Jolly Giant.
O THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. Tue—Sat 10am—5.30pm. Sun 2-5.30pm. Cafe. [D] The Third Eye has the pick ofthe exhibitions ofcontemporary Hungarian art and a beautifully installed show ofsculpture by one of Hungary's leading post-war sculptors. Erzsebet Schaar (1908—1975) Gallery 2 Until 9 Nov. Her later haunting figures with their realistic. even hyperrealist heads are trapped in cases ofwhiic plaster. isolated from each other — symbols of human loneliness in the modern world. The show is in effect a small. but well-chosen retrospective of the artist's work. Gallery 1 is dominated by installations by three artists (until 9 Nov) who draw their inspiration from their Hungarian heritage. whether folkloric as in the case of Geza Samu. peasant as in the case of lmre Bukta or even gastronomic as in the case of Sandor Pinczehelyi. It is precisely their Hungarian-ness which gives their works. at least to a western eye, their individuality and richness. Geza Samu‘s forest of stripped and partially carved branches is particularly memorable.
at the Comers Gallery are all lowi. In her iirst solo exhibition she lovineg tocuses on the peculiar characteristics ot Bantam Belles, Sebright Cocks and Six Ribbon Game liens. ‘lt all began when i walked Into the poultry tent at last year’s Royal Highland Show’, says the 25 year old artist irom Pennsylvania. ‘I never dreamt there was such variety'.
Gwyneth Leech has just completed a Postgraduate Diploma at the Edinburgh College oi Art and hopes to go to China on a travelling scholarship later this year. tier work will be on show at Corners, Gibson St, until November 2. (My Ash)
GERRY Mc( ANN
o In this issue we otter a guide to country walks in the Glasgow and Edinburgh areas.
0 Wild Watchers Guided Walk. Pollok Country Park. Glasgow 10am—12 noon. Meet at Countryside Rangers Centre.
o Pollok in Ages Past Guided Walk. Pollok Country Park. Glasgow. 2-4pm. Meet at Countryside Rangers Centre.
0 Upthe Ben West Highland Way Ranger Service. 11am—5pm (approx). A strenuous day‘s walk up Ben Lomond. starting from Rowardennan car park. beside West ‘ Highland Way notice board. Bring boots. waterproofs. warm clothing and packed lunch. No dogs.
0 Ben Lawers Day Walk C-n-do (Scotland) Ltd. £4.50. Booking essential. Alva 61696.
e Glenhednock-Ardeonaig (Loch Tayside) Day Walk C-n-do (Scotland) Ltd. £4.50. Booking essential. Alva 61696.
0 50+ Club Pollok Country Park. 24pm. Ranger Service field visit to Linn Park. Meet at Mansion House. Linn Park.
SATURDAY 0 Bird Walk Caldergien Country Park. East Kilbride. 9am. Looking at Autumn/Winter migrants. Meet 9am in car park at Torrance House. East Kilbride.
o Loch Lubnaig/Monarch ol the Glen Stirling District Ranger Service. 10.30am. A walk among the autumn-tinted hills in search of the roaning deer stags as the rut begins. Start from Loch Lubnaig North car park. Grid Ref587122. Bring boots. waterproofs and packed lunch. Lasts about five hours.
0 Guided Walk Ranger Service at Lochane Meadows Country Park. Fife. 2pm. Meet at the centre 2pm. Lasts about 2 hours.
0 Looking at Birds Strathclyde Park. Leaves Golf Driving Range Car Park at 2pm. Lasts 2 hours.
o Kelburn Country Centre The estate ofthe Earls ofGlasgow. Gardens. nature walks. and pony trekking. Open 10am—6pm until 20 Oct. but all year for season ticket holders. Free minibus from Largs station at 11.30am and 2.30pm weekdays. 11am and 2pm Sundays. On A78
between Largs and Fairlie.
o Pollok Demonstration Garden Public demonstrations at 10am on topics such as ‘Horticultural Fun Quiz‘ (26 Oct). ‘Poppy Talk' (9 Nov) and ‘Christmas is coming‘ (23 Nov). ln Pollok Country Park.
0 Antonine's Wall Visible at many locations between Clydebank and Falkirk: remains of fort. bath house. and well at Bar Hill. Twechar. near Kirkintilloch; preserved section of wall at Duntochar. near Clydebank: Rough Castle fort. 3 miles west of Falkirk.
o Culzean Country Park17 miles of walks through 560 acre park. which includes cliffs. foreshore. deerpark and Castle. Open all year (Castle open 12noon—5pm until 31 Oct).
c Park Centre open 10am-4pm until
31 Oct. as are restaurant and shop. 12 miles south of Ayr on A719.
0 Greenbank Garden 16 acres in total. with 2'/: acre walled garden. around (closed) Georgian house. Gardening advice centre and special garden for disabled people. At Flenders Road. Clarkston. Glasgow. 6 miles south of city centre.
o Priorwood Garden Small. formal garden with orchard walk. Specialises in ﬂowers suitable for drying. Closed between 25 Dec and I May. ()rehard especially attractive during October. At Melrose. on A6091.
0 Branklyn Garden ‘The finest two acres of private garden in the
, country" according to one
description. Outstanding collection of rhododendrons and herbaceous plants. ()pen until 31 Oct. On A85 at Perth.
0 Falkland Palace Hunting residence of the Stuart monarchs. Present garden based on a historic print. and contains oldest Royal Tennis Court in Britain. Open until 31 Oct. 11 miles north of Kirkcaldy. on A912. 0 Hill oiTarvit Designed in 1906 by Sir Robert Lorimer specifically as a setting for the adjacent House. Includes woodland walk to hilltop viewpoint. 2 miles south ofCupar. Fife. off A916.
0 StAbb’s Head National nature reserve with important sea bird colonies. Anglian and mediaeval archeological sites. Spectacular cliffs. Near Eyemouth. Berwickshire. offAl 107.
0 Grey Marc’s Tail 200ft waterfall — care should be taken when travelling narrow path from car park. Many wild ﬂowers and herd ofwild goats. 10 miles from Moffat. off A708.
O The Pineapple Woodland. orchard. and large walled garden. overlooked by garden retreat with 45ft pineapple on roof. Architect unknown. built in 1761.7 miles east of Stirling. off A905. then B9124.
The List 18—31 October 31