Friday 31 May
On display at The Royal Photographic Society is an exhibition titled Living Apart – South Africa under Apartheid. This major retrospective of Ian Berry’s work coincides with the launch of a book of the same name published by Phaidon, price 45. Until 21 July.
Venue: The Royal Photographic Society, The Octagon, Milsom Street, Bath BA1 1DN.
Details: 01225 462841.
Saturday 1 June
For all you Giacometti fans the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is holding a major exhibition of his work. On display will be a variety of his surrealist sculptures, drawings and his famous standing figures. Until 22 September.
Venue: Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Belford Road, Edinburgh EH4 3DR.
Details: 0131-556 8921.
Sunday 2 June
Recently published by John Wiley & Sons is Bucky Works: Buckminster Fuller’s ideas today by J. Baldwin, price 22.50. The book marks Fuller’s centenary, his ideas and work.
Monday 3 June
Pop into Tap Ruffle and Shave, an interactive installation designed to stimulate and challenge the senses, ideal for sensory-impaired people.
Visitors can experience ice zones, heat chambers and explore a variety of tactile surprises. Until 7 July.
Venue: Main Foyer, Royal
Festival Hall, London SE1.
Details: 0171-921 0600.
Monday 3 June
Or how about a visit to Degas: Beyond Impressionism? This is the first major exhibition of late work by Degas. Both public and private collections are brought together to present a coherent picture of Degas in his later life. Until 26 August.
Venue: The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2.
Details: 0171-839 3321.
Thursday 4 June 9.30am
Organised by the Design Business Association, this one-day course titled Design and the CDM Regulations on guidelines for the construction industry takes place today.
Venue: Congress Centre, 23-28 Great Russell Street, London WC1.
Details: 0171- 3123.
Wednesday 5 June 7.30pm BBC On the box tonight is the first of the 1996 BBC Design Awards programmes, which looks at the shortlisted entries in product design. The two following programmes – on architecture and environments and graphics – are to be screened later this month, presented by Janet Street-Porter.
Tuesday 11 June 7pm
Book now for the Chartered Society of Designers’ lecture by Dale Russell called Underground to Overground – an event which focuses on sub culture, colour and design.
Venue: The Leisure Lounge, 121 Holborn, London EC1.
Details: 0171-831 9777.
Wednesday 12 June 7.15pm
Continuing the British Design and Art Direction President’s Lectures, tonight Dave Stewart – songwriter, musician and photographer – is speaking.
Venue: The Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore,
Details: 0171-582 6487.