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Friday 7 June How about visiting Garrard the Crown Jewellers to see the exhibition new silver? On display is silverware by Steve Ottewill and Justin Richardson, members of New Designers In Business.

Friday 7 June

How about visiting Garrard the Crown Jewellers to see the exhibition new silver? On display is silverware by Steve Ottewill and Justin Richardson, members of New Designers In Business. All work is for sale. Until 22 June.

Venue: Garrard the Crown

Jewellers, 112 Regent Street,

London W1.

Details: 0171-734 7020.

Saturday 8 June

As football fever sweeps the nation, why not pop into Soccer City: The photographs of David Trainer, consisting of portraits of London’s football fans since the early Nineties. Until 7 July.

Venue: Museum of London,

London Wall, London EC2.

Details: 0171-600 0807.

Sunday 9 June

If you’re a sucker for soccer and you happen to be in Manchester, visit three exhibitions at the Cornerhouse. Kick Racism out of Football is an exhibition of photographs, quotes, fanzines and memorabilia. Nick Hancock selects… relives past glories with 50 photographs from the Football Archive Collection and Welcome, Willkommen, Bienvenue focuses on the parallel between artists and footballers. Until 21 July.

Venue: Cornerhouse, 70 Oxford Street, Manchester M1 5NH.

Details: 0161-228 2463.

Monday 10 June

And for those of you already sick of football mania, how about Claes Oldenburg: An Anthology? Oldenburg is known for transforming everyday objects into soft sculptures and giant objects. Until 18 August.

Venue: Haywood Gallery,

Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, London SE1.

Details: 0171-721 0600.

Tuesday 11 June

Or perhaps the Kazuyo Sejima 1987-1996 exhibition at the Architectural Association appeals? Sejima is one of Japan’s leading female architects and has created an installation with 20 tables for 20 of her projects, including the Saishunkan Seiyaku woman’s dormitory and a multimedia studio in Oogaki. Until 21 June.

Venue: Architectural Association, 34-35 Bedford Square, London WC1.

Details: 0171-636 0974.

Wednesday 12 June 4pm

Today sees the first in a series of lectures by La Conch lighting. This evening will look at Lighting In the Hotel & Leisure Environment, presented by Maurice Brill, who will explain how to achieve the best effects and highlight the latest developments in hotel and leisure lighting. Meanwhile, Brian ,McKiernan will discuss Lighting Under Control – why control systems are a necessity in the commercial environment.

Venue: TBA.

Details: 0181-961 0313.

Wednesday 12 June 6.15pm

Today’s second talk is a typography lecture titled Typographics design and all that jazz by Charles Stewart and Company.

It will focus on applied lettering, typographic design and working with design groups, advertising agencies and television companies.

Venue: Art Workers Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1.

Details: 0171-729 9678.

Future Dates

Tuesday 18 June

Book now for the Promostyl’s trend lecture English and Pop, which projects socio-cultural influences, colours and fabrics for winter 1997/98 through two presentations.

Venue: The Lecture Theatre, Victoria and Albert Museum, Exhibition Rd, London SW7.

Details: 0171-437 8726.

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