Carnegie Students’ East End Artwork

Students from Dunfermline’s Carnegie College have visited East End Park to survey their wall-mural intended to capture the spirit of Dunfermline.
At the request of Visit Dunfermline director, Thomas Moffat, the Design and Digital Media students depicted an array of local heroes on the mural, now installed at the east stand in the home of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club.
Bill Walker, SNP MSP for Dunfermline, praised the students’ work:
“The students have obviously put a lot of thought and effort into their mural. It looks great, and I think they have succeeded admirably in their aim.
“I’m glad that Visit Dunfermline approached them to take part in this project, which pupils of Queen Anne High School also designed a mural for. It has given them a valuable opportunity to gain experience in their chosen profession.”
The students used their design and digital computing skills to produce the artwork, which will now be a permanent fixture at East End Park. The local heroes they chose include the writers John Burnside and Iain Banks, musicians Barbara Dickson and Stuart Adamson, and college namesake Andrew Carnegie.

Carnegie College students' mural of Dunfermline heroes

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