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Hidden Archive Revealed Online

The Scottish Fisheries Museum is delighted to announce the launch of a new online database designed to host its photographic collection.

Positive Currents Blog 1: Avian Flu in the Forth

In this blog post, we take a look at how organisations are responding to the outbreak of avian flu, and what you can do to help while still making the most of the Forth coast and its islands.

White Wing visit to Portsoy

Members of the Scottish Fisheries Museum Boats Club sailed the White Wing up the east coast to attend the Traditional Boat Festival at Portsoy

Join our Team!

We currently have vacancies for staff and volunteers as we prepare for the summer season ahead.

Audio Guide App

The Scottish Fisheries Museum has a new interactive tool to enhance visitors’ experience of its displays and galleries

Behind the Scenes at the Museum - Scout: A Companion in More Ways Than One

Scout is Joleen’s, the Scottish Fisheries Museum’s Kickstarter Apprentice, assistance dog. Joleen has worked with him since he was only 13 weeks old, and he is now three! Scout has become a great addition to the team here at the museum and brings light and joy to the office with a big smile and a wagging tail. In this blog post, Joleen shares the impact Scout has made on her everyday life.

FishNet Blog #2:

It was a difficult task to choose just ten photos out of a list of over sixty candidates for the “Snapshots of Memory” exhibition. Anna, our Digitisation Project Officer, writes again about the process of selecting the photographs that got displayed, while reflecting on those that were shortlisted.

FishNet Blog #1: Making

“Snapshots of Memory” is a new exhibition on show throughout April in the Scottish Fisheries Museum’s WAVES Café. To mark the occasion, Anna, our Digitisation Project Officer and curator of the exhibition, gives her insight into the inspiration and message behind the photographs on display.

Go Industrial seeks creative practitioner for Second World War project

As part of the Imperial War Museum’s Second World War and Holocaust Partnership Programme (SWWHPP), Go Industrial are working with the Devil’s Porridge Museum and the Scottish Fisheries Museum to hire an engaging creative practitioner that can work with local groups and can produce artwork, bringing together communities from across Scotland.

Fundraising Officer Opportunity

A full-time post, grant funded for one year by the Museum Development Fund from Museums Galleries Scotland

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