Exhibitions are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to email@example.com. Listings compiled by Robin Lee.
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Tout est trop familier pour leindre l’onirisme (Everything’s Too Familiar to Fake Onirism) t'ntil Tue 5 Dec. Free. (‘lemence (‘ocquet narrates a speciﬁc and female personal liistor)’. her illustrations coming off the page in a giant abacus. And graphic artist Mike Kilkellv’s stills and animations lind that private. dark teenage pains still resonate toda}.
350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900. Tue Fri 11am 6pm: Sat l()am (ipm.
Migratory Projects 000. t'ntil Sat 18 Nov. I-‘ree. Alistralian artist Andrew Sunlev Smith explores migration and survival. via records ol‘journevs through :\tl\tt‘ztllit. The integration ol' evervdav lite and art is at the core: domestic items such as tables. chairs and even a piano are dragged along deserted. midnight roads in a video installation. and a van is transformed into a portable home with a garden growing tomatoes and herbs on top.
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Mon Wed & Sat l()am 5pm; Thu
lllam 8pm: Fri & Sun llam 5pm. Artists without Walls t'ntil Sun 1‘) Nov. Free. A video documentary ol‘ a collaborative event between Israeli attd Palestinian artists. sltowing lite on either side of the controversial ‘securitv wall'. LAST CHANCE TO SEE
GoMA Open Community Exhibition l'ntil Sun 1-1 Jan. l-‘ree. ln How (irml 'I‘liou :lrrs. west (ilasgow communitv group art classes attd workshops exhibit. and in Our ].I\'t’.\ our (‘ommrrnily art activities bring together 'I‘or_vglen residents.
I GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
48 King Street. 552 070-1. Tue Sat
10am 5.30pm. Free.
Ashley Cook l'ntil Sat 25 Nov. New work lrom the (ilasgow artist. illustrating and parodving lil'e’s emotional and spiritual quandaries. LAST CHANCE TO SEE
Dimple Shah l'ntil Sat IX Nov. litchings. digital prints and paintings exploring the dichotom} between body and mind for the artist. LAST CHANCE TO SEE
I GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART Atrium (iallerv. 1-‘oulis Building. 167 RCltlt'c‘W Street. 353 4731. Mon l‘ri l()am 5pm; Sat lllam Ipm. l'rce. Committere 'l’ue 2| Nov Sat lo [)ec. The (iSA's School of Design looks at the process of working to commission. with silversmith Helen Marriott. textile designer Joanna Kinnersl)‘-'I'avlor. multimedia installations from Russell Mills. attd interactive designs from the Pavillion Design Studio. NEW SHOW
The Mackintosh (ialler). 1(37 Renl‘rew Street. 353 4500. Mon Fri 10am 5pm; Sat 10am 7 2pm. Free.
Doug Cooker: Nouns of Europe l'ntil Fri 1 Dec. Free. New works in response to site investigations in northern liuropean port cities. (‘oeker investigates the materials and process of constructing. carving and weaving.
I HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY l'niversitv ol‘ (ilasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. 331) 5431. Mon Sat 9.30am 5pm. Doves and Dreams: The Art of Frances Macdonald and J Herbert McNair l'ntil Sat l8 Nov. £3 (£2). A F
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I Some of Scotland’s artists have donated paintings, prints, drawings and photographs to be exhibited and sold to raise funds for Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland, which is now part of the UK’s leading HIV and sexual health charity. The exhibition ‘Positive Pictures: Scotland’s Artists on HIV’ sees a diverse mix of artists in Scotland drawing attention to the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Exhibiting artists include Amy Whitten, David Shrigley, Rob Churm and David Bellingham. The work will be exhibited at a new gallery space and café in Glasgow’s Art De Cat and will run from Thursday 23 November until Friday 1 December, World AIDS Day.
I The Royal Scottish Academy has announced two new and improved Scholarships — The RSA Alastair Salvesen Scholarship and three Hospitalfield Residencies. The Salvesen Scholarship awards 3310.000 as a painting and travelling award. and is the largest independent art scholarship in Scotland. The money is to cover 6 months travel that will culminate in a solo show at the RSA. and the deadline for applications is 17 January. The Hospitaltield residencies provide £1666 to each artist. and offer accommodation and for the three month period. The deadline for applications is Friday 1 December. For more information see royalscottishacademyorg.
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