Coming to the Scottish Fisheries Museum in March 2022, this exhibition will explore how the desert communities of northern Peru have adapted to the impact of El Niño, the shifting band of warm ocean found on the Pacific coast of South America.
Blending archaeological evidence from the Moche and Chimu cultures, modern-day objects from Peruvian fishing communities, and contemporary artwork by Scottish artist Frances Law, ‘When it Rains, We Harvest’ is a timely study of community, heritage, climate change and fishing.
Planning Your Visit
The Scottish Fisheries Museum is situated beside the harbour in the town of Anstruther in the East Neuk of Fife.
The Scottish Fisheries Museum
KY10 3AB, Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
Winter (November to March)
Wednesday – Sunday: 10am – 3pm
Summer (April to October)
Wednesday – Sunday: 10am – 4pm
Adults: £9 Concessions: £7
Accompanied Children: Free!
(Up to 16 years, up to 5 per family)