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Saturday 4 May Why not pop down to Brighton to see Dazzle By The Sea Again, a jewellery exhibition previously held at the Royal National Theatre, London.

Saturday 4 May

Why not pop down to Brighton to see Dazzle By The Sea Again, a jewellery exhibition previously held at the Royal National Theatre, London. One of Europe’s largest jewellery exhibitions, Dazzle comprises more than 1000 pieces of work from more than 50 jewellers, metalsmiths, clock and mirror makers. Until 2 June.

Venue: Royal Pavilion,

Contemporary Gallery, 4-5

Pavilion Buildings, Brighton.

Details: 01580 852503.

Sunday 5 May

Or how about taking a look at Carl Andre’s sculptures at Oxford’s Museum of Modern Art? In the exhibition, 15 of the American’s works, made from raw materials such as sand lime, will be on display. Until 30 June.

Venue: Museum of Modern Art, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford

OX1 1BP.

Details: 01865 728608.

Monday 6 May

Opening today is A Fire Island Journal, a photographic exhibition by Peter Harrison, in which he remembers 31 years of summers with family, friends and firemen on the beaches of Fire Island. Until 14 June.

Venue: Pentagram Gallery, 11 Needham Road, London W11.

Details: 0171-229 3471.

Tuesday 7 May 6.30pm

Two lectures are taking place tonight, the first is the Architect’s Journal Annual Lecture by Hungarian architect Imre Makovecz. He is internationally known for the Hungarian pavilion at Expo 92 and the cultural centre at Sarospatak in Hungary.

Venue: RIBA Architecture Centre, 66 Portland Place, London W1.

Details: 0171-580 5533.

Tuesday 7 May 6.30pm

The second is the Design Business Association’s lecture, Clients on Buying, focusing on what clients think about the way design is sold. Taking part is Miriam Mawle, head of research and development at Hasbro Europe, David Mercer, head of design at British Telecom and Jon Turner, head of global design for The Body Shop.

Venue: The Elizabeth Suite, The Spanish Room, 34 Wood Street, London EC2.

Details: 0171- 3123.

Wednesday 8 May

Still time to catch Transformations, an exhibition of landscapes, nudes and still life photographs by David Whyte. Until 15 May.

Venue: The Mall Galleries, 11 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1.

Details: 0171-733 98415.

Wednesday 8 May

How about Try? A show curated by five final-year students on the Royal College of Art’s MA course in Visual Arts Administration. The artists have produced work involving collaboration, game playing and interactivity.

Venue: Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7.

Details: 0171-584 5020.

Thursday 9 May

Two exhibitions opening today at the Barbican are Eve Arnold: In Retrospect and Derek Jarman: Artist, Film-maker, Designer. More than 200 colour and black and white photographs by Eve Arnold will be displayed and the Jarman retrospective will cover all areas of his career from stage design to examples of Super8 film. Until 18 August.

Venue: Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2.

Details: 0171-638 8891.

Future Dates

Wednesday 15 May 6.15pm

An education evening at the

Letter Exchange features a lecture tonight. The seminar focuses on lettering education today with representatives from lettering courses at City and Guilds of London Art School, Reigate School of Art and Design and Roehampton Institute.

Venue: Art Workers Guild,

6 Queen Square, London WC1.

Details: 0171-585 3783.

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