Monday, 23 March 2015

Meet Your Maker at Cambo Estate

Sunday 22 March 2015, 10am to 5pm

In an effort to raise awareness of future opportunities at Cambo Estate, a day of craft demonstrations and workshops for all ages will be held on Sunday 22 March 2015. The event will offer visitors an opportunity to see work being created, join in with workshops and buy craft.

Six makers will be on hand to demonstrate their work and hold workshops, giving visitors a behind-the-scenes look at their practice in this unique location. The makers work will also be available for sale, and the plans for the conversion of the Stables building at Cambo Estate will be on display, allowing visitors the chance to discover the potential for future arts and craft activities at Cambo.

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Art Exhibition

Following the success of an art exhibition held in the Cambo stables for the popular Snowdrop by Starlight event, organiser Frances Erskine has decided to extend the exhibition at Cambo house until the end of April 2015.

A variety of work from two Fife art collectives, East Neuk Open Studios and Open Studios North Fife, was displayed throughout the beautiful old stable buildings on Cambo estate for the duration of the woodland illumination event. A number of pieces were sold so the display has now been extended and moved down to the pblic spaces of the main house starting next to the Cambo café.

Following a well attended atrist preview night last Thursday,  the exhibiton is now open to the public. A wider selection of pieces in a variety of mediums celebrating Fife’s rich artistic culture are now on display at Cambo and will be until the 30th of April and will feature the following artists.

Alexandra Warsop, Mo McKiddie, John Davie, Jonathan Dowling, Kate Laundon, Florence Royer, Heather Cunningham, Marlene Patrick, Ann Watson, Kate Hajducka, Susan Forsyth, Frazer Reid and Siv MacArther.

Meet Your Maker

Sunday 22 March

Meet Your Maker is a national celebration of Scottish craft making.

Meet your Maker is part of Craft Scotland's flagship campaign to connect craft makers at work with the public. It's a campaign that aims to showcase the skill, quality and creativity of Scotland's talented makers.

During the event, makers give a rare, behind the scenes, look at their craft work. Demonstrations and workshops will on ongoing throughout the day.  

Meet the makers and learn about their inspiration, practices and profession. See the design, process and techniques behind their craft. Discover their creativity, skill and dedication.

Find out more about our markers below. 

Cally Booker -  Julia Complin - Leonie Macmillan - Paul Dodman - Sally Grant - Sarah Jacobs

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