RSA Lunchtime Talks (with V&A Dundee, Creative Scotland and The Scottish Gallery)

Fellowship Event

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Springwood Park, Kelso

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Between Friday 16 - Sunday 18 March, you are most warmly invited to attend a Lunchtime Talk with the RSA Fellows’ Borders and Media, Creative Industries, Culture & Heritage Networks, in support of the Borders Art Fair 2018, which has recently been reconstituted as a Community Interest Company.

The talks will sit alongside demonstrations and workshop activities as well as the sixty-strong exhibitor stands. The Fair is open 10am-4pm. 

The three talks, each commencing at 12pm, are to be given by:

Janet Archer FRSA, CEO, Creative Scotland (Friday 16 March) - 
Contemporary Art: A Creative Scotland Perspective
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Guy Peploe, Director, Scottish Gallery (Saturday 17 March) - 
A 100 Years of the Scottish Art Market
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Philip Long, Director V&A Dundee (Sunday 18 March) - 
A New Design Museum for Scotland (with reference to Kengo Kuma's design for the museum, and how it will tell the story of Scotland's extraordinary design history and inspire new creativity) 
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Delegates should note that photographs may be taken at the talks: any attendee requesting exclusion should please state this clearly on registration on the day. The venue is accessible. There is parking on-site nearby or adjacent. All enquiries to MCICH Network organiser Ann Packard via [email protected].

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: [email protected]

The MCICH Network thanks RSA Scotland for grant aid towards the support of these Talks. Delegates may also be interested to read of the RSA's long association with design issues both via its annual awards and the Faculty of Royal Designers for Industry.

Location: Springwood Park, Kelso, TD5 8LS

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