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Friday, April 26, 2013

Posh Nosh with Creative Scotland High Heid Yins

All are welcome!
The latest installment in the Creative Scotland's innovative residency project in Dumfries and Galloway sees the Board (yes THE board) coming to Dumfropolis for their next meeting on 2 May 2013. 
The Board and Senior Management Team of Creative Scotland are keen to meet the region's Arts, Screen and Creative Industries community and would like to invite you to attend an evening Reception (with fork buffet) in Easterbrook Hall, The Crichton, Bankend Road, Dumfries DG1 4TA on 2 May 2013 from 6.30pm-8.30pm. This is a general invitation to the arts sector, so please pass it on, but anyone who would like to attend must RSVP to to confirm attendance together with any dietary requirements and access needs on or before 26 April 2013.

1 comment:

  1. One cannot help but be moved by the way the darling faces of the committed young artist folk now shine with the radiance of renewed hope and solidarity. Just 6 weeks ago they were planning to ride their child-sized bicycles into mortal combat with the previously vile beast that was Creative Scotland and now their cycle bells ring out in a chorus of celebratory rebirth.

    So where does this leave my nephew Big Phil Miller - will he, his beau Ma Broon and sidekick Nasty Ferguson drink from the quaich of peace and reconcilliation, retire to spend more time with their families......or does Big Phil have one last sexed up dossier to draw from his wizard's sleeve.

    We are a close family - but since he was a wee boy Phillip E has always sought solitude to consider the big decisions (no one in the family will ever forget the tension as we waited to hear whether he would remain in the Take That fan club after Robbie went solo).
    So - my furry little provincial friends - watch this space (as we journalists say when something big is happening and we find ourselves out on a limb)