Join us online for our Annual General Meeting on Thu 7 October at 1.30pm. If you’re attending The Big Meet-Up you can access the AGM via our event platform. Otherwise, sign up here:
Our Access Fund is now open, offering grants up to £50 to help with travel costs, caring responsibilities, loss of income or disability requirements. We’re committed to helping you access inspirational events across Scotland! Email email@example.com to apply.
Delighted to see Supported Programme shows out there in the real world! This October you can catch The Grandmother’s Grimm by Some Kind of Theatre at Craignish Village Hall, Nairn Arts Centre and Dunoon Burgh Hall; Horse MacDonald at Strathearn Arts, Rockfield Centre and Cove Burgh Hall; and
Nicolette McLeod with The Sea and Me at Craignish Village Hall. It’s not too late to book one of these shows for your venue – email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our rolling Transition Fund is continuing to help members get back on their feet. Recent recipients include: Taigh Chearsabhagh: TAIGH CUIUL 2020-2021 (Gaelic: House of Music); Argyll Arts Collective, Ocean All Over; Orkney Arts Society, Trio Ecossaise in Kirkwall and Song and Dazzle in Stromness; Raymond Mearns in Everybody Hates Raymond at Dunoon Burgh Hall and An Evening of Music and Gratitude at Seaboard Centre.
Eden Court are seeking performers of all ages to mark the opening of the COP26 climate negotiations. Get involved:
Universal Hall Promotions are seeking a recent graduate to join them as Arts Project Officer. Find out more.