National Galleries of Scotland have opportunities for freelancers to work with all ages from 3-18 years, delivering sessions with early years groups, families or schools across their 3 sites* in Edinburgh,... Read more
A new exhibition at the 201 Telephone Box Gallery in Strathkinness starts on Sunday 3 July 2022.> > Installation entitled “No Exit”, by Fife based artist Anton Beaver, comprises of found objects such... Read more
What Aesthetica are Looking For> > The Art Prize is open to works in any genre, and on any theme, however, they are particularly interested in works that reflect upon our ever changing world. ...Read more
Cellardyke Community Trust are looking at making their recently acquired phone box at Cellardyke Harbour a space for temporary art and craft installations which engage with relevant environmental themes... Read more
> Are you looking for a public facing studio space to create art, put on an exhibition or host public workshops? We have multiple retail units coming up in a busy and popular shopping centre in Glenrothes.... Read more
In the early days of spring, I begin work on my mini-residency for the Ecology Centre in Kinghorn. This role is supported by Fife Contemporary and will result in the creation of a new artwork for the centre. As an… Read More
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