Fife Dunfermline Print Workshop is opening its doors to visitors this weekend and next, as part of a new Central Fife Open Studios project to celebrate and recognise the breadth of culture and art in our communities. The workshop will be open this weekend (11th and 12th August) and the following (18th and 19th) between 12 noon and 4 pm. It is located in the basement of the Dell Farquharson Community Centre, Nethertown Broad Street, Dunfermline, just a short walk from Pittencrieff Park and Dunfermline Town railway station.
The Open Studio event allows people to visit the studio space normally open to members of the workshop only and to see first hand the highly specialised printing presses which are used to create etchings, linocuts, screenprints and much more. As well as seeing the presses, visitors will also have the opportunity to talk to artists about their work and buy very affordable original prints editioned in Dunfermline - screenprints, monoprints, etchings and collographs.
Workshop members and Dunfermline residents; Steve Ratomski and Aine Scannell are also individually, opening up their own studios as part of this Central Fife Open Studios event.
Visit their web site links below, for further information
Steve Ratomski http://www.steveratomski.co.uk/
Aine Scannell http://www.ainescannell.com
For a full list of artists taking part in the Central Fife Open Studios and how to find them go to:
For further information please contact: Stephen Ratomski on 01383 724050 or 07941 341999
For further information about the Buckhaven Beehive contact Linda Judge on 01592 591248