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  • Double Visions – Contemporary Art from Papua New Guinea

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    In 2010 we presented what was probably the first exhibition dedicated to contemporary art from Papua New Guinea (PNG) in Scotland. The impetus was the University of St Andrews hosting the European Society of Oceanists’ conference. Its organiser Dr Tony… Read More

  • Artist Stories No 5 Philippa Johnston

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    Philippa Johnston is a metalsmith and textile artist who works with recycled tin, wire, wood, textiles, paper, mosaic and found objects to create 2D and 3D pieces for exhibition, commission and to sell. Her work draws inspiration from folk and… Read More

  • Lockdown Posts 2

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    We are missing so many anticipated exhibitions – and online content cannot replace the shows we didn’t manage to see before lockdown, which may never re-open to visitors. The minor grieving we experience for these, recalls how we feel about… Read More

  • Artist Stories No 4 Tales of Lockdown from Jill Skulina

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    Artist Jill Skulina graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Interior and Environmental Design, 2003, she then went on to complete her MFA in 2007. Jill makes work depicting memories of life events. In recent years… Read More

  • 100 Buttercups: Children’s Art Week 2020

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    Several years ago, Fife Contemporary worked with artist Laurie Clark on her project with David Bellingham (WAX366) ‘100 Buttercups’. Over 100 days, Laurie made 100 drawings of 100 unique buttercups which were then published by David as a limited edition… Read More