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RSA MCICH Network & Borders Art Fair Talks 2019

Fellowship Event


Springwood Hall, Springwood Park, Kelso

  • Fellowship
  • Fellowship in Action

The Scotland Borders Art Fair (BAF) is coming up in March 2019, a three-day event celebrating and promoting visual arts across the region and beyond. RSA Fellows and BAF attendees are warmly invited to attend one or all of the upcoming talks taking place, hosted by RSA Borders and Media, Creative Industries, Culture & Heritage (MCICH) Network.

The talks will take place over lunchtime Friday 15th - Sunday 17th March, followed by an opportunity for Q&A. To book a ticket, follow the links below.

The first talk will be on Friday 15th March - Philip Long: “V&A Dundee - A design museum for Scotland”:

The second event in the series is Saturday 16th March - Robin Baillie and Richie Cumming: “Soft Art - The NGS Outreach Programme for Young People”:

The third and final event is on Sunday 17th March - Guy Peploe: “The Edinburgh School & Wider Circle”:


Catering, Parking and Photographs:
On-site catering and local options available. Photographs will be taken at these events and attendees can indicate consent during registration. 
Designated car parking is available for Blue Badge holders near the entrance. 

Travel information is available on the Borders Art Fair website

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let us know by emailing Also, please let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.

To find out more about the RSA Media, Creative Industries, Culture & Heritage Network, follow this link.

Location: Springwood Hall, Springwood Park, KELSO, TD5 8LS, Scotland

The Scottish Parliament Lobbying Register rules will apply in the event of MSP or Cabinet Secretary attendance.  The Lobbying (Scotland) Act 2016 is in force and the Lobbying Register is operational. That Act requires any regulated lobbying of MSPs, Scottish Government Ministers, special advisers, and the Permanent Secretary to be registered on the Lobbying Register. You should note that it is responsibility of attendees to determine whether the nature of their participation triggers a requirement to register under the Lobbying (Scotland) Act 2016. Scottish Parliament guidance, FAQs and common scenarios are available here including a helpful information leaflet.

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