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  • Symposium satisfaction

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    Thanks to all our speakers and participants who turned out for FCA&C’s Causing  Chaos symposium on Saturday.  The sun shone for Roddy Mathieson’s excellent pewter casting workshop at St Andrews Museum and enabled everyone to have a pleasant trot down… Read More

  • Day Symposium with Causing Chaos exhibition

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    A special day-long Symposium is being planned to coincide with FCA&C’s next exhibition, ‘Causing Chaos’, curated by artist Claire Barclay and due to open at St Andrews Museum on Sat 11 September 2010.

  • One week left for PNG exhibition

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    If you haven’t yet managed to pay a visit to FCA&C’s exhibition of Papua New Guinean contemporary art in the University of St Andrews Gateway Galleries, you’ve just one week left to do it!

  • Young artists inspired by Papua New Guinean art

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    Recently MUSA (Museum of  the University of St Andrews) ran a series of art workshops for children in which they explored a variety of print techniques, using images of FCA&C’s exhibition,  ‘Double Visions – Contemporary Art from Papua New Guinea’ … Read More

  • Alec Finlay Birdboxes in the Botanics

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    If the school holidays are starting to drag a bit now, you could do a lot worse than pay a visit to  St Andrews Botanic Garden.