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  • 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

  • Celebrating 20 years + 3 years at Fife Contemporary

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    Last August we celebrated Diana and Susan being with Fife Contemporary for 30 years. This month, we celebrate Arlene being with us for 20 years, and Stef being with us for 3 years! Sadly, we don’t have any photographs of… Read More

  • Green Arts Day 2019

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    It’s Green Art Day! Fife Contemporary is proud to be part of the Green Arts Initiative, and you might have noticed the Green Arts Organisation logo at the bottom of our web page. That means that we are committed to… Read More

  • Celebratory Portraits of Fife Youth Groups Well Received

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    As soon as we saw the photographs taken by the St Andrews and Kirkcaldy youth groups with the support of professional photographer, Jannica Honey, we knew they were special. In fact, it seemed quite unbelievable that the 2 groups had… Read More

  • Announcing Our New Sponsored Residency at Cove Park

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    As part of our New Maker support we are delighted to announce that we will be supporting an artist to participate in a residency at Cove Park in March of this year. Cove Park creates residencies in all the art… Read More