Fife Contemporary Blog

  • Not able to visit REFUGIO? Download our free leaflet instead!

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    We do of course appreciate that it’s not always possible to visit every exhibition you might want to. Neither do all exhibitions work with lots of text panels and captions included in the actual layout. So we often produce some… 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

  • 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