Annual exhibition of final year work from fine art, architecture and design at the Glasgow School of Art. Details: 0141 353 4500.
JUNE 26-JULY 17 FRESH AIR 1999 Artist-in-residence, Hilary Kneale, will lead education workshops for all ages from five to undergraduate level on the three-dimensional object at this national sculpture exhibition at Quenington Old Rectory, Cirencester. Other workshops, focusing on numeracy and literacy, will include clay lettering, map-making from the garden and poetry. Free. Details: Lucy Abel Smith, 01285 750358.
JULY 2 THE UPSIDE DOWN SAILOR
The story of Tony Bullimore, the single-handed yachtsman who survived for five days in the hull of his capsized boat, will be performed by the Collegiate Wind Ensemble and pupils from London schools with words and narration by Richard Stilgoe. Venue: the Great Hall, Bishopsgate Hall, London EC2, 7.30pm. Tickets free but bookable in advance from the City of London Festival on 0171 377 0540.
JULY 5-11 ROAD SAFETY WEEK
Teachers and youth club leaders are aiming to help save lives by organising events to encourage people to take more care and to highlight the extent of deaths on our roads. Information pack available from the organisers, Brake, on 01306 741113.
JULY 7 NATIONAL NOISE ACTION DAY
Schools, local authorities and community groups are participating in events to educate and inform noise makers about the health and social implications and impacts of noise. Details: Mary Stevens, National Society for Clean Air and Environmental Protection, 01273 326313; e-mail: email@example.com