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Archive of: 2017

Museum Launches new website

Welcome to the new website of the Scottish Fisheries Museum.

We have upgraded our site to make it responsive for mobile phones and tablets. You will find all the information you need still here on the site, so please explore our new menus.

We are still finalising the pages so, if you do notice any problems or glitches, please let us know or contact the site developer Allan Winter at: winterak@winterscomputing.co.uk

Museum seeks Learning and Access Officer

A vacancy has arisen for this dynamic post at the Scottish Fisheries Museum

The Museum is seeking an outgoing, dynamic person for the post of Learning and Access Officer.

Museums receives funding for major exhibition

Museums receives funding for major exhibition - Stories, Stones and Bones: Scottish Fisheries Museum celebrates £10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund grant as part of the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology 2017.

East Neuk Unearthed

East Neuk Unearthed

06 May 2017

To celebrate the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology we travel through time to discover the history that lies hidden all around us and in the earth beneath our feet. Using objects from our own collections, plus local finds borrowed from National Museums Scotland and other collections in Fife, the exhibition will provide lots of opportunities for visitors to get hands on with history.

Opportunity to work with National Historic Ships

Opportunity to work with National Historic Ships

Project vacancies available

Project vacancies available - We are looking for two people to work on “Casting the Net”, a joint project with Clyde Fishermen’s Association

Shipshape 2 Project wins funding boost

Shipshape 2 Project wins funding boost National Historic Ships UK has secured Heritage Lottery Fund support for the second phase of this skills training project in which the Scottish Fisheries Museum is a partner.

The Navigatio

The Navigatio

06 March 2017

Explore the mysteries of the North Atlantic at an exhibition at the Scottish Fisheries Museum from 6th March.

The series of drawings, by Fife artist Alan Watson, depicts scenes from ‘Brendan the Navigator’s’ epic sea voyage in a curragh around the North Atlantic in the early medieval period.

Schools Art Competition 2017

Schools Art Competition 2017

01 February 2017

The Scottish Fisheries Museum invites all children in Fife aged 3 - 14 to take part in its annual Art Competition!

To tie in with our upcoming temporary exhibition The Navigatio (4th March – 23rd April 2017), by artist Alan Watson, this year’s theme is Journeys.

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