Come along to a free and informal evening at the Lochgelly Centre, to hear the story behind the creation of FifeWeather.co.uk.
Website founder, Graham Smith, will share his journey; from his interest in the local Scottish Weather, his technological background and how this led to the creation of www.fifeweather.co.uk, the UK's only mobile weather lab (www.weatherevents.net), the timelapse recordings and Youtube channel.
Learn how Graham's timelapse recordings were the basis of a commissioned piece of work by artists Thomson and Craighead as part of Fife Contemporary Art & Craft's 'Weather Project', which took place in Levenmouth and resulted in the creation of 'Six Years of Mondays' short video.
Fife Contemporary Art & Craft will also share how the short video work takes us through a visualisation of six years of Mondays where each 'year' is soundtracked differently offering a range of contexts from which this contemplative landscape can be viewed.
There will be a chance to ask questions at the end of the event with both Graham Smith and Fife Contemporary Art & Craft.
The event, entitled "An Audience with Graham Smith", will be held on Tuesday the 29th of April at 7pm. Admission is free, but tickets must be booked.
Full details and online booking information can be found at the On at Fife website: http://www.onfife.com/events/audience-graham-smith or by calling the Lochgelly Centre box office on 01592 583303.