Tag "Rothes Halls"

‘Making Memories’ – an exhibition of artwork by patients of Victoria Hospice, Kirkcaldy

Right now at the FifeSpace Gallery at Rothes Halls, there is a rare opportunity to view inspiring works created at Victoria Hospice, Kirkcaldy. ‘Making Memories’ showcases the talents of patients attending the day hospice and features fused glass, paintings, textiles, mixed media and printmaking. Victoria Hospice provides specialist palliative care to those in Fife with cancer and other life limiting illnesses and the art on show has been produced during

Never Go Forwards Without First Looking Back: Aase Goldsmith remembered in Glenrothes

Borrowing a phrase from Bertold Brecht for its title, this retrospective of the much admired Danish born photographer Aase Goldsmith is currently on show at the Rothes Halls in Glenrothes. Goldsmith, who died in 2015, lived in the Fife town from many years and her documentary work principally portrayed life and living in North East Fife at the turn of the millennium. The work on show here has been exhibited

Some great writers coming to Fife for Book Week 2015

If you are bookish, hungry, thirsty or still have a thing for John Gordon Sinclair as Gregory, the following Book Week events may be for you.  On 24 November, novelists John Gordon Sinclair and Frank Muir talk about their work at Beer, Book and Burger at Rothes Halls, Glenrothes. The event will be hosted by acclaimed crime writer and critic Russel D McLean and, as the event title suggests, you can