RSA Scotland: A Perspective on Culture and Heritage - RSA

RSA Scotland: A perspective on culture and heritage

Fellowship events / Online


Online via Zoom

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RSA Scotland Fellows are warmly invited to attend an online talk with Angus Robertson MSP, Cabinet Secretary for the Constitution, External Affairs and Culture in the Scottish Government.

In this event, organised by the RSA Fellows' Media, Creative Industries, Culture and Heritage (MCICH) network, the Cabinet Secretary will offer his perspectives on the role and importance of culture and heritage in Scotland's life.

Questions for the Cabinet Secretary may be submitted in advance to [email protected] by 12:00 BST on 5 October for collating by theme.


An Aberdeen graduate born in 1969, Angus Robertson was appointed Cabinet Secretary for the Constitution, External Affairs and Culture. He joined the SNP in 1984. He worked as a journalist in Vienna, both as BBC Vienna correspondent and as News Editor, Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF). His book Vienna: The International Capital is due out in October. He served as MP for Moray 2001-2017, later becoming SNP leader in the House of Commons. He was elected to the Scottish Parliament in May 2021 to represent Edinburgh Central.

Details of the areas covered by his brief can be found here

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