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Windswept Windmills and Serene Seascapes | By the Seaside

Windswept Windmills and Serene Seascapes | By the Seaside

30 July 2021 10:07 - 30 July 2021

Summer by the Seaside - a series of creative family events promoting mindfulness and well-being

Take some inspiration from the Anstruther seaside and our By the Seaside exhibition to make your own windmills and then take them out to the beach to spin in the wind. You can also let us see how your ideal day by the sea looks by creating some seaside-inspired pictures..

At our family craft stations, build your own toy windmill and create your seascape with our craft materials.

We all love a trip to the seaside, so what does your ideal day by the sea look like?

11 am - 12 pm or 1 - 2 pm, 30th July 2021

Entry by Donation. Book online via Eventbrite

If you have any questions ahead of booking or attending the event please contact andrea@scotfishmuseum.org. Each ticket is for a family of up to 4 people from 1 household/bubble.

Exhibitions
By the Seaside: Heritage, Healing and New Horizons

The role the sea plays in emotional, mental and physical well-being.

Merchant's Room : The East Neuk in Watercolour

Yolande Kenny captures life in the villages and natural world of the East Neuk

Loss + Resilience

Loss + Resilience

23 August 2021

A study in photography and film into the social world of Hull’s fishing community by Simon Sharp

Merchant's Room : Arthur Nuttall Autumn Exhibition

We are really happy to welcome back retired Anster fisherman-turned-painter Arthur Nuttall to our Merchant’s Room this September.

Superstition and Witchcraft  in Scottish Fishing Communities

Merchant’s Room display exploring some of these longstanding practices and beliefs.

Merchant's Room : Emily Noakes and Caroline MacDonald Winter Exhibition

A new selection of photographic scenes from two of our regular exhibitors

Knitting the Herring

Knitting the Herring

10 December 2021

The history, uses, creativity and traditions held within fisherman’s ganseys and incorporating SHOAL, an artwork created by knitters from across Scotland and beyond.

When it Rains we Harvest | Cuando Llueve Cosechamos

El Niño and Abundance in a Peruvian Fishing Community

Loving Earth Project

Loving Earth Project

18 March 2022

Caring for the World We Love

Merchant's Room : Snapshots of Memory

Photographs of Anstruther’s Past exploring change and memory.

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