21 January – 4 March 2012, St Andrews Museum (Kinburn Park, Doubledykes Rd, St Andrews, KY16 9DP, tel 01334 659380); open daily 10.30am-4pm, admission free.
Both artists and anthropologists reveal aspects of the world and human interaction through their work. They help us to understand and see differently. This exhibition brings together Fife based artists Will Maclean and Marian Leven with social anthropologists Stephanie Bunn and Peter Gow from the University of St Andrews. Artwork and artefacts from different cultures provide a starting point for dialogue between disciplines.
Accompanying events include:
- Felt workshop with Jeanette Sendler for 8-12 year-olds – Thur 16 Feb, 11am-1pm, cost £3 per child (booking required – please phone St Andrews Museum 01334 659380)
- Storytelling for children with Judy Paterson (Highland stories) – Fri 17 Feb, 11am-12 noon, free but booking required – see above
- Storytelling for adults with Judy Paterson (Highland stories) – Fri 17 Feb, 1-2pm, free but booking required – see above
- Family Fun Day – Sat 18 Feb, 12 noon – 3pm (free and no booking required)
There will also be activities associated with the exhibition in the Activity Space next door to the gallery.