Introducing new FRSAs to the Sctland team, plus presentations from two RSA Fellows; Richard Atkins and Phil Worms.
Meet the Scotland Team
Whilst all RSA Fellows (FRSAs) are invited and most welcome, an especial invitation is extended those who have recently joined the Fellowship. The evening is designed to afford an opportunity, over refreshments, to meet Tanya Hine, elected Fellowship Council Member for Scotland and Ann Packard, elected RSA Scotland Chair. Mrs Hine will also be able to speak about both the RSA Scotland Venture Fund and the RSA Catalyst Fund.
New Glasgow Network
There will also be an opportunity for Fellows to volunteer to run a new Glasgow Network, which we anticipate will meet bi-monthly or quarterly, with one or two speakers on a subject of relevance to the RSA. Expressions of interest in such active volunteering should be addressed to Ann Packard. It will seek to complement the Wellbeing Thematic Network run out of Glasgow by Mic Starbuck.
Richard Atkins FRSA, architect, will speak about the Scottish Ecological Design Association (SEDA) publication, 100 Sustainable Scottish Buildings, which SEDA is running for the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) Festival of Architecture linked to the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design, and will explain how Fellows may become involved.
Phil Worms FRSA, will speak about Helensburgh Heroes, a pilot project to celebrate the lives and achievements of many Scots, both men and women of all disciplines, initially from Helensburgh. It is anticipated the project will later be developed in other parts of Scotland and should therefore interest Fellows irrespective of domicile, discipline or place of work!
This event is free to attend but please do register your attendance at the top of this page. Fellows and guests should note that MAKLab is not wheelchair accessible.
If you have any questions, please contact Ann Packard: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: MAKLab, Charing Cross Mansions, 30 St George’s Cross, Glasgow, G3 6UJ