Pittenweem Arts Festival

AUGUST 1st-8th 2020

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February 8th 2020

Along with many other things we’re doing at this time, one is the new poster for 2020. We’ve used this design for our advertising so you’ll see it in various magazines and online.

‍The first submissions from artists are coming in with work from Colin Jack, Derek Robertson and  John Nelson who are all regular exhibitors. Also exhibiting will be Marianne Hazlewood, who showed at Pittenweem for the first time last year.


‍Take a look at their work which can be easily tracked down from the menu above. There’s not too much scrolling involved as  entries are at this time naturally, quite thin on the ground.

Artists clockwise from top left: Paul Bartlett; John Nelson; Marianne Hazlewood; Colin Jack; Derek Robertson

September 18th 2019

‍Each year during the Festival, groups and individuals set out to raise money for their chosen charities. This year, visitors and residents gave the impressive total of: £ 6789. Many thanks to the following who created this total.


  • ‍• Jane McLelland:  Charity Teas

‍Macmillan Cancer Support-£325.75; Mary’s Meals-£236.84. Total: £526.59


  • ‍• Aileen Campbell:  Charity Teas

‍Marie Curie Nurses–£1000


  • ‍• Bathia O’Hara: Sale of Craft

‍CHAS–£310; Pittenweem Arts Festival–£30.00  Total: £340


  • ‍• Vanessa Lamond: Picnic Garden

‍Maggies–£900


  • ‍• Prof Anthony Lodge: Guided talk

‍Priory Gatehouse Restoration Fund–TBA


  • ‍• Pittenweem Community Crafts: Sea & Shore

‍Parkinson’s UK in Scotland; The Reaper Scottish Fisheries Museum–£2422 shared


  • ‍• Jennifer Stewart: Cafe

‍Marie Curie–£400; Macmillan–£400; Cancer Research–£400; Alzheimer’s Scotland-£400; 

‍Total: £1600

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