John Byrne’s portrait 01 Robbie Coltrane as Danny McGIone in Tutti Frutti. Sho People‘s Preview (an exhibition of contemporary art from Glasgow’s new Gallery of Modern Art) at the Fringe Gallery. Castlemilk and Easterhouse Community Education Centre.
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celebrating the common goals of different Christian denominations in the city.
I SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 429 1202. Mon—Sat iOant—Spnt; Sun 2—5pm. Cafe. [D].
The History or Haute Couture Until 14 May. Outﬁts from 20th century designers. front the museum's collection.
Travelling Ifittil Stiit 14 May. Work by the Glasgow South Integrated Training Project. based at I.cverndale Hospital.
I STREET LEVEL 26 Kiitg Street. 552 2151. Mon-Sat Ilium—5.30pm,
Positives And Negatives Until Sat 6 May. A ground-breaking exhibition of contemporary Native American photography. demolishing popular western Hollywood-induced stereotypes. The work is as diverse as the artists’ individual relationships to their personal and social history.
I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 28 King Street. Trongate. 552 48 I 3. Tue—Sat 11am—5pm.
New nose Hotel Until 20 May. A challenging group show bringing together the work of artists and designers to reinvent the gallery as a meeting place. Featured are contemporary designs and furniture. computer imagery and wall drawings. Part of Mayfest.
I ART GALLERY 8: MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE 357 3929. Mon—Sat IOam-Spm; Sun 11am—5pm. Cafe. [D]. Voluntary guides are available free of
HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY UNIVERSITY of GLASGOW
29 April - 24 June (closed 8 May)
Mon - Sat 9.30 - 5.00
ADMISSION FREE 0141 330 5431
Extended public access supported with funds from Glasgow City Council
charge to conduct parties or individuals round the ntain galleries. Ask at the enquiry desk.
I MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Kelvin Hall.
? Dumbarton Road. 221 9600. Mon-Sat
. IOam—Spm; Sun 11am—5pm. A museum ‘ crammed with buses. trams. lire-engines. ships and other transportation. devoted to
the history oi~ transport.
I PEOPLE’S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. 554 0223. Mon—Sat 10atn—5pnt; Sun 11am—5pm. [D]. Cafe.
j This well-loved institution is currently undergoing a face lift. which promises to " make it more relevant to Glasgow people.
the city aitd its history. The new-look Palace should be ready by 1998. iit time for its centenary.
I PROVAND’S LDRDSHIP 3 Castle Street. 552 8819. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sun
The only surviving medieval house iit Glasgow. built in 1471. Period room displays range from 1500 to 1918.
I DUEEN’S PARK SYNAGOGUE Falloclt Road. Battleﬁeld. 632 1743. Open Stilt 2—5pm. Worth visiting to see 22 pictorial stained glass windows by John K. Clark based on the symbolism of Jewislt festivals.
I ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART 2 Castle Street. 553 2557. Mon—Sat IOant—Spm; Sun 11am—5pm. Free. [D].
A museum of world faith. featuring a zen garden. priceless art works from the world‘s six major religions. Dali‘s Chris! ofSui'nr John oft/re Cross attd the story of religion in Scotland through words and pictures.
I SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 429 I202. Mon—Sat IOam—Spm; Stiit 2—5pm. Cafe. [D]. Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now ltortte to archive material on education in Scotland front 1872 onwards. Reconstructed classrooms give a ﬂavour of Victorian. Edwardian. World War 11 and 1960s schooldays.
I SPHINGBURN MUSEUM Atlas Square. 557 1405. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat lOam—4.30pm; Sun 2-5pm. [D].
The Tenement Folk Until 31 Jan 1996. Exploring tenement life in Glasgow. an exhibition featuring reconstructions of a tenement kitchen. a back court. a l920s school room and a cludgie. or shared water closet. They are based on photographs by 83-year-old former Glasgow Corporation architect Andrew Lillie. who is also exhibiting 26 watercolours depicting his childhood haunts.
I BOURNE FINE ART 4 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon—Fri IOam—opm; Sat 10am—1pm.
Recent Acquisitions: Spring 1995 Fri 5-31 May. Work by artists including William Brodie. Sir William Gillies and James Pryde.
Scottish Sketches And Studies Fri 5--3t May. Including work by Alexander Nasrttyth. John Krtox aitd Alexander Fraser thr.
I CALTON GALLERY 10 Royal Terrace. 556 1010. Mon—Fri 10am46ptn: Sat IOarn-I pttt.
Mixed Exhibition Until 31 May. A selection of Scottish. English and European works. plus an extensive range of marine paintings artd French 19th century sculpture. Includes work by 1". C B. Cadell. Kate Cameron. .1. I). Ferguson and Aleksander Zyw.
I CENTRAL LIBRARY Edinburgh Rootn. Central Library. George IV Bridge. Mon—Fri 9aitt—9pnt; Sat 9am—lpnt.
St Bernard’s Football Club 1878—1942 Until Fri 5 May. Marking the centenaron St Bernard‘s FC winning the Scottish Cup. art exhibition of memorabilia and photographs relating to the history of one of Edinburgh's grand old football clubs.
I CITY ART CENTRE Market Street. 52‘) 3955. Mon/Tue. Sat I()artt—5.30pitt; Wed—Fri 10am—9pm: Sun noon—5pm. £3.50 (£2); fantin ticket £9 (two adults arid two children).
Dream City: The Past, Present And Future 01 James Craig’s New Town Sat t3 M ay—I
Jul. An exhibition charting the conception '
and creation of Edinburgh's New Town. the result ofart architectural competition to solve problems of overcrowding. The 23-year-old winner was James Craig. This show. 200 years after his death. assesses his work and the history of the New Town.
Star Trek: The Exhibition Until Sun 7 May. Art orgy of Trekkiedom. including sets. costumes. props. film. photographs artd illustrations from the Star Trek movies and television series.
I CITY LAB 35 Dundas Street. 556 7822. Mort—Fri 8.30am—5.30pm.
Travels With A Camera Until 14 Jurt. Photographs by Ken Paterson. depicting places and people encountered on his travels.
I COLLECTIVE GALLERY 22-28 Cockburn Street. 220 1260. Tue—Sat 11am—5pm or by arrangement.
Mixed Exhibition Sat 6—27 May. Collaborative drawings by Hannah Horsfali and Malcolm Bell. artd paintings by Lynn Ahrens.
Gayle Bray Tue 16-27 May.
Janet Henderson Until Sat t3 May.
I CONTACT GALLERY Grindlay Court Centre. Grindlay Street Court. 229 7941. Mon-Fri 10am—3.30pm.
The Papermakers Tue 9 May—I J on. Handmade paperworks and prints by Anne Robb. Margaret Cameron. Moira Mcleod and Gail Mcleod.
I DANISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE Carisberg House. 3 Doune Terrace. 225 7189. Mon-—Fri lOant—Spm.
Bentemarie Kleldbaek Mon 15 May—23 Jun. Paintings by Danish artist Benteittarie Kjeldbaek. blending figurative and abstract styles.
I EASTERN GENERAL HOSPITAL Main aitd outpatient corridors. Seafield Street. 536 7259. Mon-Sun 9am—8pm.
Mixed Exhibition Until 26 May. Work by seventeen artists from WASPS studios. Edinburgh.
I EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place. 221 6000. Mon-Thurs 10aitt—8pm; Fri 10am-5pm; Sat lOam—2pnt.
Work In Progress Until Fri 5 May. Art exhibition of work by the art school’s department of visual communications — graphic design. illustration. animation. film and photography.
I EDINBURGH GALLERY 18a Dundas
Street. 557 5227. Mon—Fri 11am-5pm; Sat IOant—Ipitt.
Hugh McIntyre And Ted Stuart Until 22 May. Intpressionistic paintings based on a trip to Goa by Hugh McIntyre. and welded sculptures by Ted Stuart.
I EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS WORKSHOP 23 Union Street. 557 247‘). 'I‘tie-Sal IOam—(tpm.
Prints From Studio Artists t'ntit Sat 27 May. A selection of work by lidinburgh printinakers.
Common Ground Until ‘1 May. ittilttltg forces are five [‘i'iiltitiaket‘s from Dundee and five from Utrecht in the Netherlands. ‘ exploring common themes and concerns.
} I THE FIRTH GALLERY 35 William Sil't‘t‘l. ‘ 225 2l96. Illt‘ I‘ii‘i 11am 6pm; Sat
I I 1am 4pm.
i Opening Exhibition l‘i'tlilt '1 tie 9 May.
5 .aunclting this new gallery is an
l exhibition of work by five Scottish artists. Joltii Brown‘s paintings are inspired by
everyday objects; ’I'Itoia (‘lync's \\t)1'l\ is inspired by a trip to northern Transylvania , aitd l’anI I"iii‘itt‘;itix's work focuses on his experiences in Mexico. Scottish [ landscapes inspire the work of Alan I Kilpalrick arid Archie Stiller Wait. a ! student of Gillies at Iidinbui'gh t ‘ollea' oi iArt. paints in the tradition of Scottish i landscapists. [ I THE FRUITMARKET GALLERY 2‘) Market 5 Street. 225 2383. Tue-Sat ; I0.30am-5.3()pin; Sun noon 5pm. 3 2010: Textiles And New Technology that 10 .Itiit. Documenting the intluenee oi Ilt".\' technology on traditional textile methods. '2 with exhibits ranging from textured fabrics combining woven with thermoplastic materials. to computer designed tapestries. I HANOVER FINE ARTS 22a 1)undas Street. 556 21.81. Mon l-'ri 10.30am 6pm: Sat I()aitt—4pm. Tenth Anniversary Exhibition By Gallery Artists Until 27 May. A selective retrospective of work by some of the artists who have exhibited since the gallery opened iit 1985. I INSTITUT FRANCAIS D’ECOSSE 13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mott—Fri 9.30am-6.30pm; Sat IOam—l.30pm. -3O Until 22 May. Highlighting recent trends iit French photography. part one of art exhibition focusing on winners of the Moins Trente award. targeted at under- 30s‘. Part two is 1—20 Jtirt. I INSTITUTO ITALIANO DI CULTURA 82 Nicolson Street. 668 2232. Mon—It‘ri l()am—5pm. Guaricci, Designer IJittiI 2 Jutt. Iixploring the graphic and industrial designs of Rortteo Guaricci. with drawings ranging frortt initial concepts to the finished design. I KINGFISHER GALLERY 5 Northumberland Street Latte .\'orth West. 557 5454. Tue—Sat Main-4.30pm Party Pieces Until I‘) May. Iiigui‘es‘. ﬂowers arid still life paintings by Andrew Sittitlt. African Sculpture From Nigeria limit 10 May. Kasali Akangbe's imagery is primitive arid exotic. his figures inspired by semi-divine ancestral figures. This exhibition displays the talent of a sculptor with a growing international reputation. I THE MATTHEW ARCHITECTURE GALLERY University of Iidinburgh. Department of Architecture. 20 Chambers Street. 650 2342. Mort-Fri ltiam—Spm; Sat/Sun I().30am—2.3()pm. Hans Scharoun 1893—1972 tjntit 19 May. The most important architect to remain iit Germany through the Nazi repression. Harts Schat'oun re-emcrged to a ittajor career in the I960s. He dedicated his creative energies to a social ideal. believing iii the pursuit of a common cause for the sake of society as a whole. This exhibition explores his work. I MORNINGSIDE PUBLIC LIBRARY 184 Morningside Road. 447 1180. Mon—Fri 9am—8pm; Sat 9ant-- 1 pm.
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