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  • Fife Contemporary at Fife Pride 2019

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    Fife Contemporary were invited back to this year’s Fife Pride, to help provide some craft activities in the Youth Zone at Adam Smith Theatre. Kirkcaldy town centre was again awash with colour and noise as the parade wound its way… Read More

  • We’re Flying the Flag for Human Rights this Week

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    For the next 6 days, from 24 to 30 June 2019, we’re marking the 70th anniversary since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was made. In fact, it was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris on 10… Read More

  • Banner Exhibition – All About Shipping Containers!

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    They’re pretty ubiquitous nowadays – hundreds of thousands cross oceans every day; you see them being used as offices on building sites, or rusting away on waste land, their original purpose forgotten. But what do you know about the average… Read More

  • Robinson Crusoe at 300

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    Just over a week ago, on 25 April 2019, a gathering of 30 or so people came together in Kirkcaldy Galleries to mark the 300th anniversary since Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe was published. It was such a festive occasion, we… Read More

  • Was Alexander Selkirk the Model for Robinson Crusoe?

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    There’s a statue in Lower Largo, Fife, of local man Alexander Selkirk (originally Selcraig). His claim to fame is that he was a sailor who was marooned on a remote island off the coast of Chile for just over 4… Read More