Events - Festival 2021

StAnza Before The Storm

Wednesday 10 March, 12:00 - Sunday 14 March, 16:00
Preservation Trust Museum, North Street - Upstairs gallery
Free/Ticketed
Tickets on sale January/February

From the sketchbook of Katrine Lyck, StAnza’s 2020/21 artist in residence

Danish artist, Katrine Lyck came on board as our artist in residence for StAnza 2020/21. You may have noticed her in Parliament Hall and elsewhere around the festival last March, with her paintbox and sketchpad. We’re delighted to have selected prints from Katherine Lyck’s sketchbook on show. These pages were made back when we could still move freely and even shake hands. She gathered impressions from the beautiful city of St Andrews as well as live painting the poetry readings using liquid inks. The live paintings of the poets hopefully express those emotions created by reading your own poetry out loud, and the paintings of the city hopefully reflect a poetic and dreamy view of it.

 

Please note that live viewing of the exhibition depends on, and will be managed to comply with, Covid-19 regulations on social distancing in place in Fife in March 2021, and requires pre-booking for individuals or household groups. Please book your slot on the museum’s website by clicking here.

Please read our position on Covid-19 safety and compliance.

Images from the exhibition will also be available online during the festival. See the separate listing for a link to the virtual exhibition.

This exhibition is presented in partnership with St Andrews Preservation Trust

Participants: Katrine Lyck

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Venue

Upstairs gallery – Preservation Trust Museum, North Street

Photo: Jiye Lee

Location: On the north side of the eastern end of North Street, next to The Castle Tavern

This venue is an 18th century Scottish town house which was restored in Arts & Crafts style in the early part of...