Cupar Arts Festival 2016
Cupar Arts Festival 2016 will take place for one week in June* incorporating the summer solstice or longest day, an example of liminality, a precise point where one phase ends and another begins.
1. Relating to a transitional or initial stage of a process.
2. Occupying a position at, or on both sides of, a boundary or threshold.
Cynthia Dinan Mitchell
PierGiuseppe Di Tanno
An exhibition of drawings on
the subject of LIMINAL, by a
further 30 artists, can also
be found across two of our
Saturday 18 Festival Launch Party / Street food with Christopher Trotter / Caravan Obscura / The Thermos Museum / Anthony Schrag: walk followed by screening event / Music: Stephen Lee and Mark Small / Performance: Jacqueline Bulnes
Sunday 19 Performance: Jacqueline Bulnes / Artist’s Talk: Cynthia Dinan-Mitchell / Music: Dave Webster & Stevie Anderson of Sinderins
Monday 20 Performance: Jacqueline Bulnes
Tuesday 21 Artist’s Talk: Mike Inglis / Performance: Jacqueline Bulnes / Music: Esperi
Wednesday 22 Anthony Schrag: walk followed by screening event / Performance: Jacqueline Bulnes / ‘Feed Me’, Rachel Maclean. Special screening event
Thursday 23 An Evening of Poetry
Friday 24 Music: Wire and Wool
Saturday 25 The Thermos Museum / Shadow Puppet Workshop with Chad McCail / Elm House Concert: Inge Thomson and Fraser Fifield
Performances by PierGiuseppe Di Tanno will take place daily in County Buildings
All events correct at time of advertising. Please visit our Festival Hub upon arrival in Cupar to collect a Festival Map and for further information when planning your visit to the festival.
All exhibitions open Sat. 10am – 6pm, Sun. 10am – 5pm, Mon. – Fri. 10am – 7pm. (with the exception of St John’s Church which opens at 12.30pm on Sunday 19 June).
Visitors are advised to check our website or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding accessibility.
Image Credit: Gayle Nelson. Artwork: David Faithfull