Digital Real, a range of electronic learning packages developed by The Lighthouse in partnership with some of Scotland’s digital media groups, will show until 13 January 2002. The packages include lighting and sound design, DJ mixing and screen arts, and the exhibition features films and ‘learning bytes’ on the subjects listed.

Venue: Young Designer’s Gallery, The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow G1.

Dutch designer Hella Jongerius takes over the Design Museum Tank to display My Soft Office, showing how technology could be integrated into homes in the future, until 30 January 2002. The exhibition forms part of the museums’ major winter show Web Wizards: Designers who define the Web, until 21 April 2002.

Venue: Design Museum, 28 Shad Thames, London SE1.

Paintings by Mark Gilbert from his residency at the Royal London Hospital are on show at Saving Faces until 18 January 2002. Gilbert studied surgeon Iain Hutchinson’s patients before, after and sometimes during facial reconstructive surgery. The Saving Faces project was set up by Hutchinson in 1999 for research into prevention and treatment of oral cancer and facial deformity.

Venue: Glasgow School of Art, 167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G3 6RQ.

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