Our Project Partners

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Murray Barnett, of G. H. Barnett & Son, Bakers, Cellardyke.

Mihai Cocris, Blacksmith, Anstruther. As a blacksmith, Mihai is dedicated to the design and execution of quality, forged metal work. Whether the project is home furnishings, garden ironwork, architectural elements or fine art, each piece he creates is forged individually, using traditional, hand techniques.

Stuart Minick, of Minick of St Andrews, Artisan Butcher. Minick’s was established more than 30 years ago by a father and son team who come from a long line of family butchers. They visit farms in person, and handpick the best livestock available before butchering the animal on our premises in the traditional way. Their butchers train apprentices from scratch to preserve techniques and traditions handed down over generations.

St Andrews Photographic Society. The original “St Andrews Photographic Society” came into existence around 1907 and the modern society was founded in 1958-1959. Today it is a vibrant and active photographic club with many members living in St Andrews and northeast Fife, as well as further afield. They welcome photographers of all abilities, and include beginners as well as those with many years experience in their membership.

MakLab is a charity based in Glasgow. It focuses on providing resources for people from all backgrounds, of all ages and all abilities to use making as a tool for social empowerment, regeneration, inclusion, economic growth and social capital. MakLab Dundee will open in winter 2016.

The Special Collections Division of the University of St Andrews Library. The University has been collecting books and manuscripts, and its own archives, for its entire six centuries, and the photographic collections have been developed since the birth of photography in the early 19th century. The reading room is open for use by visiting scholars and the general public, as well as staff and students of the University.