Tag "Lochgelly Centre"

And the award for best picture goes to…Fife Independent Film Expo

Have you made Scotland’s answer to Birdman or Whiplash? If so dust off your dickie bow and shake out your slinkiest gown because you could be going to an awards ceremony. Fife Independent Film Expo is a grassroots film screening event run by Fife Cultural Trust, showcasing the best of independent micro budget films in Scotland. The deadline for submissions is 16 March and screening will take place at Lochgelly

In search of Storione: Lochgelly and the ghosts of Little Moscow

by Fife Psychogeographical Collective Today’s post is a brilliant reminder not to judge a place by its house prices. The Fife Psychogeographical Collective take a walk around from the former mining communities of Lochgelly and Lumphinnans to Cowdenbeath and uncover some of the area’s fascinating stories, stories of intellectual endeavour, political radicalism and high achieving women. This is an abridged version of an article that appeared in Fife Psychogeography in

Fife Dunfermline Printmakers Summer Exhibition

The Fife Dunfermline Printmakers summer exhibition is on now at the Lochgelly Centre and runs until 14 August. All works are for sale. (Above) Untitled by Bill McKechnie and below, Every Cloud has a Silver Lining by Claire Yarrington. Above, The North Shore Anstruther by Clive Ramage and below, Found Affinity by Jai Llewellyn Below, Shutters by Thora Clyne If you are interested in becoming a member of the printmakers workshop, please