Culture Counts members meet twice a year at Core Members Meetings. The next meeting will take place on Wednesday 27 February 2019 at The Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow. This event is invite only, for Core Members of Culture Counts. If you can't attend, but know a colleague who would like to come along, please email Andy firstname.lastname@example.org
10:15AM - Welcome Tea/Coffee
10:30AM - Core Member Slot: One of our Core Members requires your attention for 30 minutes.
11:00AM - Visa Policy: Collaborative Build Policy Workshop: Help design the Visa system that our sector needs.
12:30PM - Lunch (Provided)
13:30PM - Norway: Guests from Norway's Cultural Scene give us an insight into working with the EU as a non-member state.
2:30PM - Tea/Coffee Break
2:45PM - Lucky Bag: Keynote Interview to be announced.
3:30PM - Close
The Cross Party Group on Culture, hosted by Joan McAlpine MSP, invites you to the next group meeting.
The next Cross Party Group on Culture topic is 'Radical Futures for Cultural Freelancers in Scotland'. The group will discuss;
What are the barriers to working successfully as a Cultural Freelancer in Scotland?
What changes can we make to better support freelancers?
Networking: 5.30 PM - 6 PM
Meeting: 6 PM - 8 PM
Emma Jayne Park, Practitioner, IETM Network Member
Maria Oller, Lung Ha
Robin Patel, Ergadia
Use #CPGculture to follow and join in the discussion online.
Who is this event for?
The Cross Party Group on Culture is open to all. If you haven't attended before; Cross-Party Groups (CPGs) provide an opportunity for Members of all parties, outside organisations and members of the public to meet and discuss a shared interest in a particular cause or subject. The cross party group on culture meets twice a year at the Scottish Parliament. The purpose of the group is to discuss cultural matters and ideas.
Book your free tick using the box below or on Eventbrite.
Video of the Cross Party Group on Culture Meeting on 25 September 2018 at the Scottish Parliament. The Topic of the meeting was; Connection: Impact of the Referendum on EU Membership on Scotland's Cultural Sector. Online soon.