Fife Contemporary is delighted to present our 6th annual New Makers’ online exhibition and the first in-person exhibition open on the 3rd of November 2023. This is a live showcase of work produced by participants in our Materialise programme, and we are collaborating with Glisk Gallery in Burntisland, Fife to share their new work with the public.
Highlights from the exhibition include recycled textile wall panels, vibrant wearable art works, abstract metal sculptures, playful prints, layering fabrics, delicate lace work and more.
The 9 participating artists are: Eleanor Butler, Guy Howe Conners, Kristina Merchant, Layla Chauhan, Lucy Pearl Petts, Megan Moir, Sandra Junele, Millie Collins and Rebecca Boyle.
Fife Contemporary is proud to have collaborated with these talented design and applied arts graduates and we look forward to following their journey to see what they go on to do next.
View the online exhibition here.
The live exhibition at Glisk Gallery in Burntisland, Fife is open from the 3rd-12th November, Friday to Saturday 11am-5pm, Sunday 12-5pm. Other days by appointment: please email email@example.com
How to get there
Glisk Gallery is located on the high street and is just a 4 minute walk from Burntisland train station. The station is regularly serviced by trains between Edinburgh, Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen and the Fife Circle. Plan your journey here.
Visitors from Edinburgh can choose the X58 or X60 bus, changing to a number 7 at Dalgety Bay. From St Andrews, the X58 or X60 bus can be taken to Kirkcaldy, changing at the bus station for a number 7 to continue on to Burntisland. If travelling from Glasgow, take the X27 and change to a number 7 at Dunfermline bus station. For other journeys and route planning, visit the Stagecoach website.
Glisk Gallery’s address is 113-115 High Street, Burntisland KY3 9AA. There are a number of public car parks in Burntisland, with the largest at Links Place situated just a 5 minute walk from the Gallery.
*We encourage you to use public transport where available