Join us with Fife Contemporary Director, Kate Grenyer, for a relaxed talk and tour through the Crafted Selves exhibition, on Wednesday 31 January at 11am.
Kate will guide us through the exhibition at St Andrews Museum, introducing each of the artists and discussing themes of Dual-Identity and craft. This relaxed and informal tour will allow time for questions and conversation, and the audience are welcome to move about, enter and exit freely throughout.
Spaces are limited – book on Eventbrite here
11am, Wednesday 31 January 2024
Suitable for ages
St Andrews Museum
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The exhibition Crafted Selves: The Unfinished Conversation takes its title from a continuing discourse between curator Cat Dunn and the 13 Scotland based artists featured. Working in sculpture, painting, ceramics, textiles, installation, moving image films and creative writing responses, the artists all in some way carry a Dual-Identity. Many have a sense of their own self born from having a cultural heritage which is both Scottish and one which is rooted in another cultural home. The exhibition also explores other dualisms and expressions of identity, including artists who express their sexuality, disability, or trans and non-binary selves through their work.