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Fife Contemporary Art & Craft aims to present the highest quality of contemporary visual art and craft activities to the widest possible public across Fife, with a significance extending to the rest of Scotland, to the UK and EC. As an agency we are establishing opportunities for the people of Fife to experience quality exhibitions and take part in ambitious projects by local, national and international artists and makers. FCA&C is also providing new means of supporting the development and networking of artists and makers based in Fife through an annual Forum and information newsletters and newsflashes.
FCA&C is funded by Creative Scotland & Fife Council.
St Andrews, UK
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This traineeship is supported and funded by the Scottish Arts Council as part of its cultural diversity implementation strategy. The position will offer the opportunity to curate a contemporary visual art exhibition for FCA&C at St Andrews Museum and work on further projects with FCA&C around Fife for individuals of African, African-Caribbean, Asian or Chinese descent.
This traineeship is covered by Section 37 and 38 of the Race Relations Act (1976) as amended. Read full listing…
4 month part-time and 2 month full-time residencies accompanying MAC, Fife's mobile museum, to complement exhibition on where and how artists and makers work touring throughout Fife to schools and other community venues. Project organised by Fife Contemporary Art and Craft in partnership with Fife Council Museums (subject to confirmed funding). Read full listing…
Making Spaces, an exhibition touring Fife in MAC, Fife Councils mobile museum, was on the road by March 2008. The exhibition explored examples of different working spaces used by artists and makers past and present. Making Spaces includes Read on…