Fife Contemporary Blog

  • What a Whirlwind!

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    It has been an extraordinary time for Fife Contemporary. Sitting in my home office after the remains of a thunderstorm, breaking a period of unprecedented hot and dry weather across Fife and the whole country, this seems a good time… Read More

  • Annie Lord’s Ecology Centre Residency

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    My mini artist’s residency, supported by Fife Contemporary, has sadly come to an end. Over spring and summer, I had the opportunity to spend time onsite – at first getting to know the people who work or volunteer here, or… Read More

  • In conversation with Cerys Williams

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    Cerys Williams is a young jeweller, based in Methil, Fife. She was awarded a Creative Scotland Youth Arts Fund Bursary with Fife Contemporary earlier this year. Programme Manager, Susan Davis, caught up with her recently to find out how she… Read More

  • Annie Lord – Ecology Centre mini residency, 2022

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    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

  • Time to Reflect, Diana Sykes

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    After 34 years working for the Crawford Arts Centre/ Fife Contemporary, it’s time to look back and look forward. Staying with one organisation for most of one’s career is very unusual within the arts but the experience has been one… Read More