This exhibition celebrates the ideas, working methods and continuing influence of the late Kinghorn based Scottish artist Robert Callender’s substantial creative output. Still recognised as the ultimate in the craft of art making, Callender’s work employs an exquisite level of precision to explore the relationship between environment, inhabitants and coast.
Featured within the exhibition will be the newly published A2B limited edition work. This is a box holding a rich collection of books, film and many other items including a specially editioned original print.
A programme of themed children’s workshops will run on Mondays at the Scottish Fisheries Museum, linked to A2B. All have limited spaces, so places should be booked (firstname.lastname@example.org / tel 01333 310628). Each workshop costs £3 per child:
‘Plarn’ workshop with Woolly Brew
Monday 13 July (ages 8+)
Taking inspiration from Robert Callender’s Plastic Beach, come along and get creative with ‘plarn’ (plastic bag yarn). Learn how to make this fun recycled material and experiment with a variety of crafty ways to use it.
Cardboard art workshops with Charlotte Duffy a.k.a. Waste of Paint Productions
Monday 20 July (ages 4-8)
Monday 27 July (ages 8+)
Cardboard is a material Robert Callender used frequently in his art. Join artist Charlotte Duffy for
an exciting workshop where you will make your own 3D cardboard boat and help to recreate a
Collage workshop with Marion Smith
Monday 3 August (ages 8+)
Beachcombing was a favourite pastime and inspiration of Robert Callender’s. In this workshop, Marion will show you how you too can be inspired by the sea and the coast to make a collage with a variety of
materials, including bits and bobs combed from the beach.