Finding Patterns in Nature


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Fife Contemporary appointed artist Annie Lord to an artist’s residency with The Ecology Centre on Kinghorn Loch in March 2022.

Since then she has visited several times to get to know the Centre, who uses and visits it, and what they do. On Saturday 14 May she will be running her first public workshop there for everyone aged 7+.

Finding Patterns in Nature
In this hands-on, free workshop, you’ll learn drawing, printing and stencil-making. You’ll all go on a short walk to take inspiration from the shapes and colours found in plants and birds, then head inside to get creative. Whether you’re a regular to the Ecology Centre or this will be your first visit, we’d love to have you here.

For everyone aged 7 and above – no experience required and all materials will be provided. Children must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the workshop (and we’d love for you to get involved too!).

The art that you create at the workshop will be used as inspiration for the final community artwork which will be unveiled at the centre later in 2022.

If you have any access requirements please contact admin@theecologycentre.org.

A lunch break will be provided so it is advised to come prepared with a packed lunch or take advantage of The Ecology Centre’s onsite Cafe.

Spaces are limited, so please book your free space on The Ecology Centre’s website.