Fire Station Creative
Fire Station Creative is an exciting new facility that was opened by John Byrne in July 2015 in Dunfermline. Fire Station Creative aims to gather the community around creativity in all its forms. With a gallery space, artists’ studios, classroom and cafe the Fire Station is a lively cultural hub for the town and an inspiration for young talent.
This iconic building, designed by James Shearer, was errected in 1936 and housed the Fire and Rescue Service for many years until their move in 2010 to new premises.
It lay empty for several years but thanks to a dedicated group of local business people and artists and the generous support of Fife Council, Creative Scotland, The Roberston Trust, Fife Environment Trust, Barcaple Foundation, Community Union and Educational Institute of Scotland, the facility is now open to the public and available for all things creative!
Open Wednesday to Sunday all yearVisit Fire Station Creative