Amanda started her career as a theatre stage manager before moving into producing theatre and dance. She worked for many years at Scottish Dance Theatre based at Dundee Rep.





Photo of Carolyn Scott


Carolyn is a Fine Art Graduate from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Industrial Design.

Using still photography and film, she leans towards documentary, often presenting the work as an installation.



Claire Heminsley is a textile designer and illustrator working under the name Incahoots.  A graduate of Glasgow School of Art, she has taught in higher and further education part time, for many years. Drawing and the design process are at the core of both her creative and teaching practice

Diana A Sykes is Director of Fife Contemporary Art & Craft which organises activity for the public and support for artists across Fife from a St Andrews base. Helping with OTRA is therefore rather like an enjoyable buswoman’s holiday (especially as in a past life she was a Curator/Driver).

Grant is a local artist resident in Ladybank. He is interested in exploring all artistic expression, particularly abstract and the use of reclaimed materials, using different mediums to weave together and create new ideas and textures.


Sheila Page is graduate of Glasgow School of Art, and taught art and design in colleges for many years before becoming an education inspector. She is now a full-time artist with a focus on drawing and painting. Her subject matter ranges from rusty old carpentry tools to landscapes and more abstract work

Theresa is a graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art. Until recently Theresa was a teacher of Art and Design in a secondary school. She is now a full-time artist, spending her time painting portraits and landscapes. Theresa also teaches adult classes in drawing and printmaking.