Wednesday March 7th from 7pm - 9pm
at The Belted Galloway, Riverside View, Newton Stewart DG8 6NQ
This is an evening of performance and discussion initiated by the Creative Arts Business Network (CABN)* aimed at bringing creative people with a shared interest in these fields together.
Local harper Wendy Stewart (Music Advocate) and Judith Johnson (Performing Arts Advocate) of Centre Stage Youth Theatre will be present and the evening will be led by Lesley Rogers ( CABN Development Officer, Dumfries and Galloway Council). With two Creative Place award winning communities in the area – Creetown and Wigtown – and Stranraer's bid to become a music town, there is an ever strengthening recognition that cultural activity can be both fundamental to people`s well being and sense of worth, and an impetus for regeneration in Dumfries and Galloway. The creative advocates know what the arts have done for them and want to hear what you would like for yourself and your community. Come along, share your views and have your voice heard.
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*CABN is a project developed in partnership by Dumfries and Galloway Council and Scottish Borders Council to support individuals and businesses in the Creative Arts Sector across the South of Scotland. Its aim is to put in place a lasting framework of support through raising the profile of creative sector and recognising its contribution to our area, improving infrastructure, networking, communication and promotion, providing advice and information and promoting collaborative working.