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UNTIL MAY 31. INTERNATIONAL WOODEN BOAT SHOW

A re-enactment of Nelson's victory at the Battle of Trafalgar will form the finale of this show at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, along with an afternoon of drama and an open-air concert featuring the Band of the Corps of Royal Engineers. Children can paddle coracles in the boating pool, build their own model boats and make flags, pennants and paper boats. Dinghies, canoes, skiffs, day boats, yachts and motorboats are on display. Details: 0181 858 4422.

UNTIL JULY 12. ROBERT CAPA: PHOTOGRAPHS

Described as "one of the great poets of the camera", Capa not only recorded such momentous events as the Allied landings on D-Day and the siege of Madrid, but also moments with a timeless, universal quality. There are 160 photographs and 30 vintage prints in this exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh. Details: 0131 624 6200.

UNTIL AUGUST 16. THE WARHOL LOOK: GLAMOUR STYLE FASHION

Drawn from the Andy Warhol Museum collection, this exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery, London EC2, traces the development of Warhol's output from the 1940s-1980s, illuminating how contemporary fine art and film influenced his style and fashion work. Sixty other artists and designers, including David Bailey and Versace, are also featured. Associated events include: "Famous for 15 minutes", family Factory day, June 28, and a schools' programme. It forms part of "Inventing America", the Barbican's year-long festival of American culture. Details: 0171 588 9023.

JUNE

BONNY BABIES AND KNOBBLY KNEES

Filmed mementoes of British holiday camp life are being shown at the Museum of the Moving Image, London SE1, on June 10. Other illustrated talks include travel and aviation from a bygone age and a look at silent and sound versions of Conan Doyle's The Lost World. Children can use pinhole cameras to make their own Victorian photographs at half-day workshops, June 8-12, fee pound;90 for key stage 2-3 groups up to 30; and GCSE students can focus on screen adaptations of Macbeth, June 23, pound;6 including admission. Details: 0171 928 3232, minicom 0171 620 2025.

JUNE 4,6,8,10

THE ASPERN PAPERS

The Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Silk Street, London EC2, presents the UK premi re of Dominick Argento's The Aspern Papers, 7pm. Tickets: pound;14, pound;10 concessions. Details: 0171 638 8891.

JUNE 5-11

BRADFORD ANIMATION FESTIVAL

The latest animated film from Japan, workshops for young people, short films and major figures from the industry will be featured at the Pictureville Cinema and National Museum in Exile, Bradford. Awards, including first prize of an animation workshop, will be presented to the winners of this year's schools' competition. On Cinema Day, June 7, the Pictureville will join cinemas nationwide in selling tickets for only pound;1. Details: 01274 732277.

STARTING JUNE 8

INSET COURSES

The Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1, is running day courses on assessment in the early years, June 8; storytelling in the early years, June 9; effective teaching in the primary school, June 26; the importance of planning in the primary school, July 3; and career-related work at key stages 1-3, July 3. Fees: pound;50-pound;85. Details: Lyn Griffiths, 0171 612 658991.

JUNE 8

AN EVENING WITH ADRIAN HENRI

See the Merseyside poet, painter and performer at Edge Hill University College, Ormskirk, 7.30pm. Organised by the United Kingdom Reading Association. Tickets: pound;6, pound;4 members available in advance from 01695 584480. Details: Norma Mudd, 01704 893607.

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