FCA&C’s education work is integrated with its programme. Throughout the year, this includes practical workshops for adults & young people; work with schools and other community groups; and specialist interest events such as symposia which link to a specific exhibition. Not all educational activities are open to the public as they depend on the nature of each exhibition/project to which they’re connected.
Fri 1 September, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy
A conference to introduce craft & design Graduates and New Makers to Scottish arts organisations that offer support, funding and opportunities. Wondering what to do next? Just finished and haven’t even thought about it? Are you looking to create professional… Read More
If you attended February’s symposium in St Andrews, organised as part of the events accompanying Jasleen Kaur’s exhibition at St Andrews Museum, or even if you weren’t able to attend, we are pleased to announce that the films of the… Read More
FCA&C have produced education packs around specific exhibitions & projects, such as 100 Buttercups (David Bellingham/Laurie Clark); Placement (ceramic connections: Wales & Scotland); and The Kingdom of If (art & sustainability in Fife). These are aimed at either a primary or secondary audience with the Scottish curriculum for excellence in mind.
We are now pleased to offer them as downloadable pdfs. Click on the links below to access the files.
– 100 Buttercups [2.3MB]
(David Bellingham/Laurie Clark ‘s book project featuring drawings of 100 different buttercups; pack gives practical art & writing composition ideas)
– Kingdom of If [3MB]
(Art & sustainability in Fife project which toured Fife on board MAC)
– 100 Buttercups [3MB]
(As above but with content more suited to Secondary age pupils)
– Placement [2MB]
(Created to accompany an exhibition of Scottish & Welsh contemporary ceramics, this pack investigates ceramics both historical & contemporary)
– W Barns-Graham [2.6MB]
(In partnership with the Barns-Graham Trust, this pack looks at the life and work of major Scottish artist Wilhelmina Barns-Graham)
If you have trouble accessing these files or require more information, please get in touch.