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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Arts and Business Scotland - Consultation

Arts & Business Scotland are in the midst of re-evaluating and revising the services that we provide to support a vibrant and sustainable cultural sector.
We are investigating how we can work more effectively and efficiently across the whole of Scotland through regional programmes that support a cultural place making agenda and are developing services that will help regional communities thrive and attract skilled workforces.  We want to develop a range of training and support services that make the most of regional needs and resources and we invite you to help us do this. 
We would like to invite you to a consultation workshop, followed by a consultation roadshow, at Old Well Theatre in Moffat on Wednesday19th of March. Full details are below.
Date: 19/3/2014
Venue: Old Well Theatre, Moffat
Time1.45 pm (Arrivals from 1.30) to 3.45pm 

The workshop when the Commonty checked is unfortunately sold out, however there are still spaces at the later Consultation Roadshow: 

Consultation Roadshow
Date: 19/03/2014
Venue: Old Well Theatre, Moffat
Time4pm to 6pm ( arrivals from 3.45) followed by networking and drinks
Arts & Business Scotland is hosting seven open Roadshow events to enable us to hear from all our stakeholder groups, current and potential partners to explore the business and development opportunities and challenges you face locally as well as nationally and internationally.  These conversations will help us refine and tailor our future services, and ensure we deliver the right mix of support to your organisations regionally.
We would like to invite you to the next Consultation Roadshow which is being held at Old Well Theatre on Wednesday 19th of March 2014 from 4pm to 6pm and will be followed by drinks/networking.  This event is targeting cultural organisations, businesses and local authority departments that are based in Dumfries and Galloway
Please register for the event on the Eventbrite link below.  Please note, the Roadshow is FREE to attend but is limited to a maximum of 40 participants, so please register early to ensure your place.
For more details hit the Arts & Business Scotland website here

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