ARTISTS AND EXHIBITORS

Introducing this year’s artists, a kaleidoscope of creativity and talent! 

This year, we are thrilled to have five amazing artists that exemplify excellence across various mediums. You can explore the work of Pauline Burbidge, Charles Poulsen, David and Robert Mach, and Liam Dickson.

We also have more than 140 Exhibiting Artists this year - representing a wealth of talent to discover in the nooks and crannies of our East Neuk village!

We also are delighted to feature our Henderson Award Winner, ceramicist Jennifer Alford. This is the first time a ceramicist has won the award, and we are keen to see more of Jennifer's work.

This year, we also feature “Filamentous (our kind multiplies)” by Eileen Herlihy - a living installation to be created especially for the 2024 Pittenweem Art Festival, as well as work from the Neuk Collective.

OUR 2024 INVITED ARTISTS

Pittenweem Arts Festival has attracted some of the best artistic talent in the UK. This year is no different - with five fantastic faces!

OUR 2024 EXHIBITING ARTISTS

Response to our call for Exhibiting Artists this year was huge - with over 140 artists in all sorts of quirky venues across the village.

HENDERSON BURSARY AWARD WINNER

We are delighted to introduce our Bursary Award Winner, Jennifer Alford who specialises in the most exquisite ceramics.

FILAMENTOUS

“Filamentous (our kind multiplies)” is a living installation to be created especially for the 2024 Pittenweem Art Festival.

NEUK COLLECTIVE

Neuk Collective is a new collective of neurodivergent artists, funded by Creative Scotland’s Create:Inclusion project

PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOHN MURRAY JNR.

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