* What is a box? Find out at Boxes, a Victoria and Albert Museum course for teachers at Cromwell Road, London SW7, February 5-6. Sculptor JuliaManheim will discuss her box collection; and boxes from Vamp;Acollections, such as Italian marriage chests and reliquary caskets, will be examined. Fee: pound;100, pound;55 (Friday only). Also at the Vamp;A, Dress, March 17, will demonstrate how to use Vamp;A collections to inspire KS3-4 andpost-16 projects, how to cut and construct a T-shaped garment using examples from the Chinese andJapanese collections, and highlight important points in fashion history.Fee: pound;55. Details from theVamp;A's education department,tel: 0171 938 8638.
* Frank Lloyd Wright and the Living City at Glasgow Museum and Art Gallery, Kelvingrove, February 19-April 11, forms part of Glasgow 1999: UK City of Architecture and Design. It examines Wright's work, including his applied art and town planning. The centrepiece is a model of Wright's ultimate vision, The Living City. Another exhibition, Vertigo: the strange new world of the contemporary city, runs February26-May 16 at the Old Fruitmarket, Albion Street. It looks at 10 significant building projects around the world and their impact on the changing way we live in cities. Free admission. For detailstel: 0141 287 7346; e-mail:info@glasgow 1999. co.uk;www.glasgow1999.co.uk * The 1999 Design and Technology Education Show will be at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, from November 4-6. Details: ICHF Ltd, Dominic House, Seaton Road, Highcliffe, Dorset BH23 5HW.
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