From the Archive

If you’re interested in Fife Contemporary’s ‘back-catalogue’ of exhibitions, project & events, this is where to look!  (Links to the Crawford Arts Centre’s past programme, 1978 – June 2006, as pdfs, can be found on the right.)

  • Home to a King (3) – Installation by Alec Finlay

    19 March 2009, 10:00 am - 22 March 2009, 5:00 pm
    St Andrews Botanic Garden, St Andrews

    Thurs 19 – Sun 22 March 2009, South Street trail, St Andrews, Byre Theatre to Town Hall, 10am to 10pm – Follow a unique route between StAnza venues where six nest-boxes with poetic crossword clues on the names of trees… Read More

  • Three Craws an Aa – Poetic Ceramics by Susan McGill

    18 March 2009, 10:00 am - 20 April 2009, 5:00 pm

    Extended until 20 April 2009 Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, St Andrews (FCA&C display cases, level 2 foyer), check with theatre for full opening hours (tel 01334 475000) – Wheel thrown and hand built ceramics decorated with black underglaze scratched through… Read More

  • Re-creation: artists and the animal kingdom

    17 January 2009, 10:30 am - 8 March 2009, 4:00 pm
    St Andrews Museum, St Andrews

    17 January – 8 March 09, St Andrews Museum, Kinburn Park, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews; winter opening hours (Oct-Mar) – daily 10.30am-4pm; admission free; Museum tel 01334 659380 – Organised by Fife Contemporary Art & Craft, this contemporary visual art… Read More

  • Brown Linen – Jeanette Sendler

    13 September 2008, 10:00 am - 2 November 2008, 4:00 pm
    St Andrews Museum, St Andrews

    13 Sept – 2 Nov 2008 at St Andrews Museum. Following the success of a highly productive artist’s residency with Fife Arts Co-operative in Newburgh, Jeanette Sendler has put together a body of work which is inspired by the town,… Read More

  • Floor Felt & Floor Cloth – Jeanette Sendler

    28 June 2008, 10:00 am - 13 July 2008, 5:00 pm
    The Steeple, Newburgh

    28 June – 13 July 2008 at The Steeple, Newburgh. Jeanette Sendler arrived in Newburgh as a trained tailor with a background in theatrical costume design. She brought her own patterns with her for tailoriing, knitting and crocheting. Over the… Read More