Pecha Kucha 20 x 20: Thursday 10th May, 1900

Pecha Kucha is a networking event for creative people. During a Pecha Kucha evening, a number of presenters will make an accelerator pitch for their business or idea by showing 20 slides of 20 seconds each, thus the title ‘Pecha Kucha 20×20’.

DCL&G is delighted to host a Pecha Kucha evening, with 9 presenters aiming to present their ideas in as concise a way as possible in 400 seconds.

Presentations are designed to be informative and entertaining.


Afternoon teas now being served at Heaven Scent café at DCL&G!

We’re delighted to announce that we are now serving afternoon teas at our café at Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries.

With a mouth-watering range of sandwiches, scones, cakes and macarons washed down with house tea and coffee, our afternoon teas make a fantastic treat as well as a great way to celebrate.

Click here for more details, and email us at DCLG@heavenscentcoffeeshop.co.uk to book.


The Glasgow Boys – A Spirit of Rebellion: Every day until 29th April

Find out about these fascinating Glaswegian artists who became one of the most significant groups of painters working in Britain in the 19th Century. Linked by friendship and a shared desire to rebel against the artistic traditions of that time in Scotland, many of these artists went on to enjoy critical and commercial success, both at home and abroad.

The exhibition features 30 works by 17 different artists, including Arthur Melville, W Y Macgregor, E A Hornel, John Lavery, D Y Cameron, James Guthrie and George Henry, and charts both their evolving style and their impact on the art world at large.


Gaelic / Scots Bookbug: First Tuesday of every month

Join us at Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries on the first Tuesday of every month for a special bilingual Gaelic and Scots Bookbug session. Learn Gaelic through nursery rhymes and songs together, no experience of Gaelic is neccessary to enjoy these sessions, or sing along with some traditional Scots songs.

Bookbug is a free story, song and rhyme session for children aged 0-4 and their families.  Theres no need to book for theses sessions.

If you’d like to know more about these sessions please contact Kirsty Strachan at Kirsty.strachan@fife.gov.uk