Forgan Arts Centre
A home for traditional craft and contemporary art in North East Fife
Coorie Community Café
Every 1st and 3rd Saturday enjoy the Coorie Community Café, a creative space in which to spend time at Forgan Arts Centre. There’s always tea in the pot, coffee brewing, juice and snacks, all free of charge.
Each week centre staff organise art and craft activities, or you’re welcome to bring your own project. The cafe is for people of all ages and is an opportunity to explore the grounds and gardens and meet new people.Find out more
Gardening for the Future
Every 1st and 3rd Saturday we host an open volunteer meet-up in the gardens at the centre. Everyone is welcome, no experience necessary. The meet-up is led by gardener, grower, and environmentalist Dr Helena Simmons who will support people to get involved.
The activities include building raised beds, learning about ‘no-dig’ growing, planting vegetable and flowers, harvesting, and the never ending weeding and pruning to keep the gardens tidy. All activities relate to the sustainability, improving biodiversity, and tackling the climate emergency.Find out more
Have your say
We are planning Forgan’s future and are keen to hear from you. What does your community need and want from Forgan Arts Centre? What issues are important to you? What does an art centre in North East Fife mean to you?
We are partnering with tialt (there is an alternative), a person-centred social research and evaluation organisation, to ask our communities a few questions to help us plan for future activities at Forgan Arts Centre. Sign up to our newsletter to find out how to participate.
Forgan Arts Centre is undertaking the redevelopment of its premises and grounds, and we need your help. Donate to us to help create a centre of excellence in arts and crafts and a hub for the whole community.
You can donate by contacting us on email@example.com or by donating in person at an event or class. Every penny we raise will go towards making sure Forgan Arts Centre’s future is assured.