Visit: John Cage at The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery

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Saturday 26 February 2011 - 10:30 until 12:30

There will be a visit to 'Every Day is a Good Day'; the first major exhibition devoted to the prints, watercolours, and drawings of John Cage, the American composer, writer and artist. Mungo Campbell, the Deputy Director of the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery will give an introduction to the exhibition before the visit commences. Cage was one of the leading avant-garde composers of the twentieth century, most famous for his silent work of 1952 entitled 4'33. The exhibition will include over 50 works on paper by Cage and his extraordinary Ryonaji series. The exhibition comes to the Hunterian from the Hayward Gallery in London.

There will also be an opportunity to view a recent acquisition: John Runciman's oil sketch of Haggar and Ishmael. The supporting works on show include at least two works acquired with the support of the Art Fund.

Venue information

Opening times

Hunterian Art Gallery Tue–Sat 10am–​5pm, Sun 11am–​4pm. Mackintosh House Guided tours Tue - Fri, 10am - 12.30pm. Self guided from 1pm and at weekends. Last entry 4.15pm (3.15pm Sun).

Entry details

Tickets £10

10.30 am

Contact John Johnston on 01436 678 775 or email rhuarden@btinternet.com

"Art Fund" is the operating name of the National Art Collections Fund, a charity registered in England and Wales (209174) and Scotland (SC038331)