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Friday, November 8, 2013

Scottish Contemporary Art Network

Dear Commonty 
I'm emailing you with regards to the Scottish Contemporary Art Network. 
SCAN aims to establish itself as the leading representative voice for the visual arts sector in Scotland and through a programme of advocacy, information sharing & networking, professional development and research help support the further development of an effective, sustainable and innovative visual arts sector. SCAN was formed in 2012 out of the VAGA Scotland steering group, you may or may not have participated in some of their events over the last seven years. The group was previously coordinated by my predecessor Ben Spencer.
Simon Starling - Autoxylo
SCAN is currently 'consulting' with our members and the wider sector to help us identify development priorities for the visual arts sector that SCAN can potentially focus on in our future programming. I'm contacting you to invite you to complete our E-survey.  This is the 'nuts and bolts' data that we hope to start collecting on an annual basis so that we can track trends and benchmark the sector.   Following this SCAN will be coming out on the road to host some open meetings across the country to speak directly to those working across the visual arts. Please feel free to pass on to your colleagues, or tweet the link on.
The survey takes between 10 and 15 minutes to complete. 
Please feel free to drop me a direct mail if you want to hear more about our plans or potentially co-host one of our open meetings. You can sign up to our general mailing list here, or read info on membership here
Best wishes, 
Seonaid Daly

t +44 (0)141 204 0035
m    +44 (0) 7984281989

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