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RSA Fellows & Creative Arts Business Network: Scottish Borders Cultural Forum 2019

Fellowship Event

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Trinity Centre, Melrose

This March, all RSA Fellows with an interest in culture, heritage and the arts is invited to the second Scottish Borders Cultural Forum of 2019.

The Cultural Forum supports the work of the local cultural sector by creating a space for networking, sharing concerns, ideas and resources and finding solutions to common problems. The forum is an informal event, offering a chance to network and find out about projects and initiatives.

There will be some introductory remarks on 2019 being International Year of Indigent Languages. Then the Cultural Forum will start with short presentations to stimulate discussion and questions, followed by a chance to discuss any topics relating to culture, upcoming events of projects. There will also be an update from last month’s Cultural Forum in Galashiels too. See more information on each of the speakers by below, and full event details on the Eventbrite page.

 

Catherine Holden, Chair of Craft Scotland
Catherine is an independent strategic consultant, who has worked for museums, galleries, theatres and other national cultural organisations in Scotland and London. She chairs the Craft Scotland Board, which aims to promote the contribution of craft to Scotland's cultural, economic and social well-being.

Professor Máiréad Nic Craith FRSA
Máiréad is Professor of European Culture and Heritage, Department of Languages and Intercultural Studies at Heriot-Watt University

Ann Packard FRSA 
Ann is the Founder and Chair of the RSA Fellows' Borders Network, and also the Media, Creative Industries, Culture & Heritage Network (since 2007.) 

 

To register to attend, please follow the 'Book now' link above or call 01750 726400. Registrations close at 9am on the day of the event. The event is free but, but for reasons of capacity and to meet fire regulations, places must be booked in advance.

 

Location: Trinity Centre, High Cross Avenue, Melrose, TD6 9SU

Accessibility: The Trinity Centre is fully wheelchair accessible and parking is in adjacent streets. There are bus stops in each direction in High Cross Avenue which is well served by buses. Full details on the Eventbrite page.

Refreshments of tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided. If you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies, please advise the organisers (CABN) when booking. Please also let CABN know if you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments.

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