Events

Create, collaborate, stay connected. Our innovative events programme offers the perfect platform for connection and exchange through a varied range of events. From our regular Talking Heads and Creative & Corporate Love gatherings to speed networking and one-off forums with our International partners, there’s something to suit everyone. Pop along today and leave feeling inspired and connected.


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Thursday
25 May 2017
19:00 - 23:00

Edinburgh HackLab: Open Night

Edinburgh Hacklab 1 Summerhall Edinburgh Scotland EH9 1PL

One of Edinburgh HackLab's regular drop in open nights, no need to call ahead, just turn up! We'll be tinkering with hardware, hacking some code and probably eating. Feel free to come along with a project or idea for some help, use some tools, or just hang out.

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Thursday
25 May 2017
19.15 - 21.15

Art & Craft Collective: Business Basics - Dipping Your Toe in the Digital Water Workshop

Craigmillar Park Church Hall, 2a Craigmillar Park, Edinburgh

Ross Steedman is a director of Design 33, an Edinburgh agency which designs and build websites and advises on appropriate web presence. He has worked with a range of artists (including Nicky Monaghan – www.nickymonaghan.co.uk), galleries and creative businesses on their digital presence and is working with Linsay on the Art & Craft Collective website. Digital is the way forward, we are all told, but with so many digital choices, how do you decide which to choose and how much resource (time AND money) to devote to them? Website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest? Selling on Etsy, Folksy.......the list goes on and on, and there are only 24 hours in each day, some of which we should spend creating work, eating and sleeping! This workshop will examine the options and give advice on the strengths and weaknesses of each, depending on what you produce. The workshop costs £15, including refreshments and handout. If you would like to make a booking, please send your name, business name and address details so that I can raise an invoice and provide you with payment details: babashuh@zoho.com

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Friday
26 May 2017
10:30 - 12:30

CEO Workshop: The 3 Steps to a Successful Brand with Giles Etherington

Project Room, South Block 60-64 Osborne Street Glasgow G1 5QH

May is all about Marketing at Cultural Enterprise Office & we're bringing you a practical Branding Workshop with our very own Branding Industry Associate, Giles Etherington.

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Saturday
27 May 2017
10:00 - 28/05/2017 17:00

Imaginate Festival: Opening Weekend 2017

National Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1JF

Opening Weekend will once again take place in the National Museum of Scotland. In partnership with the Museum we are inviting proposals from artists who would like to try out a new idea for children and their families within the exhibition and gallery spaces throughout the building. The Festival Opening Weekend is an excellent opportunity to be part of the festival, to try out a new idea and see how audiences respond.

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Monday
29 May 2017
18:30 - 12:00

Edinburgh Lectures: Edinburgh, Capital of the Mind

The Assembly Rooms, George Street, Edinburgh.

Through '2050 Edinburgh City Vision' Edinburgh's citizens are developing an ambitious vision for the future that we can all understand and buy into. Residents of all ages, businesses and groups from all sectors are being asked for their views on the type of city we all want Edinburgh to be. Allan’s discussion will focus on "Edinburgh from festival city to capital of the intellect" and will be followed by a Question and Answer session. This is a Free event taking place at The Assembly Rooms, George Street, Edinburgh. For further information, please contact edinburghlectures@edinburgh.gov.uk

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Tuesday
30 May 2017
19:00 - 21:00

All The Young Nudes Edinburgh: Life Drawing Club @ Cabaret Voltaire

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All The Young Nudes are delighted to welcome you to our weekly drawing session at Cabaret Voltaire in Edinburgh. We run our club every Tuesday from 7-9pm. You can come on in and grab a seat at 6.45pm when the doors open. We'll entertain you with some swell music and three models, normally of varying shapes and sizes. In two rooms, we have models doing short poses (between 2 and 15 minutes) designed to loosen you up and rid you of apprehensions. In another, we have a model doing longer poses, between 10-20 mins. Don't say we don't cater for all! :-) We break at 8pm for that all important pint/glass of wine/herbal tea.

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Wednesday
31 May 2017
18:30 - 19:45

Hidden Door: Women in the Creative Industries

The Leith Theatre 28-30 Ferry Road Edinburgh EH6 4AE United Kingdom

A panel of women from the creative industries discuss experiences, struggles and successes encountered in their careers so far. Chaired by Janine Matheson of Creative Edinburgh, the panel will share opinions on representation, role models, and the importance of strong female voices in the industries, considering the main challenges to overcome and how we can collectively promote changing attitudes in the future. Janine Matheson has over 10 years experience working in, and supporting those within the creative and cultural industries. She is the co-founder of Creative Edinburgh, which supports a network of 1800 individuals and businesses, through a diverse range of events and services. Janine is also a freelance creative producer, visual artist and founder of Sierra Metro. Come along to this exciting event at the Old Leith Theatre on Wednesday 31st May, 6.30-7.45pm. Tickets for the whole evening cost £11/£9. Also included in the programme for the evening are site specific theatre company Grid Iron, Ludens Ensemble, BurnTisland and Dispatch Feminist Moving Image.

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Wednesday
31 May 2017
18:30 - 19:45

Hidden Door: Women in the Creative Industries

The Leith Theatre 28-30 Ferry Road Edinburgh EH6 4AE United Kingdom

A panel of women from the creative industries discuss experiences, struggles and successes encountered in their careers so far. Chaired by Janine Matheson of Creative Edinburgh, the panel will share opinions on representation, role models, and the importance of strong female voices in the industries, considering the main challenges to overcome and how we can collectively promote changing attitudes in the future. Janine Matheson has over 10 years experience working in, and supporting those within the creative and cultural industries. She is the co-founder of Creative Edinburgh, which supports a network of 1800 individuals and businesses, through a diverse range of events and services. Janine is also a freelance creative producer, visual artist and founder of Sierra Metro. Come along to this exciting event at the Old Leith Theatre on Wednesday 31st May, 6.30-7.45pm. Tickets for the whole evening cost £11/£9. Also included in the programme for the evening are site specific theatre company Grid Iron, Ludens Ensemble, BurnTisland and Dispatch Feminist Moving Image.

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Thursday
1 June 2017
9:30 - 12:30

Edinburgh Tourism Action Group: Digital Workshop - Advanced Google Analytics

ETAG will be hosting "Advanced Google Analytics" practical workshop. In this workshop you will log onto your existing Google Analytics account and work from that to discover new learnings

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Thursday
1 June 2017
14:30 - 18:00

Arts & Business Scotland: Development Forum - Capital Fundraising

Registration: 2:30pm | Event: 3pm-5.45pm followed by a drinks and networking reception Development Forums provide an opportunity for participants from the cultural, public and private sector to engage and share best practice. This event is open to both members and non-members of Arts & Business Scotland. Topic in Focus: Capital Fundraising

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Thursday
1 June 2017
09:30 - 12:30

ETAG: Digital Workshop - Advanced Google Analytics

16 SAINT MARY'S STREET, EDINBURGH, EH1 1SU

Join Edinburgh Tourism Action Group for this Advanced Google Analytics session which is a practical workshop. In this workshop you will log onto your existing Google Analytics account and work from that to discover the following learnings: - Using Segmentation and Filtering to target specific customer groups by a variety of demographics - Using Goals and the variety of Goals Scenarios available - Linking Google Adwords and Webmaster Tools to receive enhanced reporting - Intelligent Events - Custom Reports (including identification of the best times of the week and day to market to your customers)

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Saturday
3 June 2017
11:00 - 15:00

Street Photography Worksop

Edinburgh

In this workshop you will be learning small theory and a lot of practice of doing Street Photography

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Saturday
3 June 2017
10:30 - 12:30

Hidden Door: EPAD networking event

Leith Theatre, 28-30 Ferry Rd, Edinburgh EH6 4AE United Kingdom

Edinburgh Performance Arts Development are delighted to be hosting our next networking event as part of Hidden Door Festival at Leith Theatre The event will start with a walk around the space, followed by a presentation and Q&A on hosting theatre/performing arts events in non conventional theatre spaces and the practicalities involved. The panel will include David Martin Artistic Director of Hidden Door and Judith Doherty from Grid Iron who regularly create site specific work. This event is part of the Edinburgh Performing Arts Development project (EPAD).

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Tuesday
6 June 2017
17:30 - 19:30

Cultural Enterprise Office: CEO Legal Masterclass

Drygate Brewery 85 Drygate Glasgow G4 0UT

Join Cultural Enterprise Office and their two speakers: Philip Hannay from Cloch Solicitors and Alan Eccles from Brodies LLP for a Legal Masterclass to talk about the reasons why creatives need legal support - IP, Business Structures and Contracts, as well as when they need to engage with a lawyer and how it's affordable. This will be supported and explained through the use of creative case studies from each speaker.

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Tuesday
6 June 2017
8:30 - 10:00

Edinburgh Tourism Action Group: Technology Tuesday - How to Protect your Data

ETAG will be hosting a breakfast to learn more about data risks and security. We share our own data and we gather customer data daily, much of this data and information is personal and financial. In several ways, the availability of data drives business efficiency and competition – but, how do we know it’s safe? Whether it’s our own personal data, customer data or business data – what’s the risk? We will help equip you with some of the basics for data security and help you understand the right questions to ask!

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Wednesday
7 June 2017

XpoNorth: Festival 2017

Inverness

The annual Inverness-based XpoNorth Festival, until 2014 known as goNORTH, is Scotland's leading creative industries festival. A hot-bed of creative activity, XpoNorth takes place over two exciting and energising days and nights in the Highland capital of Inverness. The only festival of its kind in Scotland covering crafts, fashion and textiles; writing and publishing; screen and broadcast; and music. XpoNorth is a unique event in the UK's cultural calendar. The festival base will again be Eden Court Theatre & Cinema in Inverness for the daytime programme, as well as various venues across the city during the evenings for the music showcase, receptions and other festival events.

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Thursday
8 June 2017
19.15 - 21.15

Art & Craft Collective: Business Basics Workshop - Back Office Toolbox – dealing with the stuff we really don't want to do!

Craigmillar Park Church Hall, 2a Craigmillar Park, Edinburgh

The Art & Craft Collective's own bookkeeper will take a practical look at what you NEED to run your craft business efficiently and easily – it may be as simple as a pad of graph paper and a pencil or you might benefit from an off the shelf accounting system like Sage One or QuickBooks which will help you calculate and file your tax return online. We'll look at the best ways to organise your receipts and expenses to make sure you record everything properly and take full advantage of your legitimate tax allowances (do you, for example, keep your parking receipts and record your mileage when you 'pop' to the art shop for paint or glue? You should!) The workshop will also cover keeping inventories and raising invoices to shops and customers. We all know we should do it but many of us throw everything in a box and tell ourselves we'll think about it later. Places are limited to ten attendees, so that enough time is available for discussion and everyone has the opportunity to ask questions. The workshop costs £15, including refreshments and handout. If you would like to attend all three seminars and book them together, the cost is £35, a saving of £10 on booking individually. If you would like to make a booking, please send your name, business name and address details so that I can raise an invoice and provide you with payment details: babashuh@zoho.com

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Thursday
8 June 2017
09:00 - 16:00

Growing Scotland’s trade with the USA

Hilton Glasgow 1 William Street Glasgow G3 8HT

Connect your business to the USA Meet USA trade experts for a ‘whistle-stop’ tour of Scotland’s top export destination. Discover which States offer the best opportunities for your products and services. Plus, get practical tips and guidance to help you set up, grow and develop your business in the USA.

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Friday
9 June 2017
17:00 - 21:00

DesignMarket @ Fruitmarket Gallery

45 Market Street Edinburgh, EH1 1DF United Kingdom

Open Friday 5–9pm, Sat and Sun 10am–6pm The Fruitmarket Gallery annual design fair returns, in cahoots with our event partner Creative Edinburgh, filling the galleries with all manner of print, jewellery, fashion and homeware goodness. A carefully chosen line-up of more than 35 designers will present their work for sale, and there will be opportunities for visitors to try their hand with workshops in designer-led events over the weekend.

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Tuesday
13 June 2017
9:30 - 16:30

Arts & Business Scotland: Introduction to Fundraising (Edinburgh)

First Floor, Rosebery House 9 Haymarket Terrace EH12 5EZ Edinburgh United Kingdom

This one day course is aimed at individuals in Arts and Culture organisations who are new to or starting to fund raise and wish to build their knowledge, skills and confidence.

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Wednesday
14 June 2017
9:30 - 16:30

Museums Galleries Scotland: Sharing Collections Symposium

The National Museum of Scotland

Join your hosts Museums Galleries Scotland and National Museums Scotland for a one-day symposium focusing on the themes of lending, borrowing, and touring exhibitions. We'll be exploring the barriers and opportunities surrounding inter-museum loans and the sharing of collections, while identifying what support is available nationally and internationally. Participants will be introduced to current practise, new ideas, and innovative initiatives, with the symposium acting as a springboard for a six-month follow-on skills development programme delivered by partners or commissioned by Museums Galleries Scotland.

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Wednesday
14 June 2017
9:00 - 18:00

Common Purpose: Edinburgh Profile 2017 [June 14th - 15th]

Common Purpose Profile is an intensive short programme, held over two days, for senior leaders who want to understand the city where they live or work. Profile doesn’t take place in a classroom: it takes place outside at a variety of city venues. You will gain a valuable overview of your city and make connections across sectors to help you work together more effectively. Exploring the leadership issues around the integration of Health and Social Care in the city; looking at the changing nature of Edinburgh’s economy and we will investigate Edinburgh as a city of innovation looking at some of the new sectors that are emerging and the people who are making change happen.

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Thursday
15 June 2017
18:00 - 18/06/2017 21:00

Product Forge: Cancer Data Dive

CodeBase, 38 Castle Terrace, Edinburgh, EH3 9DZ

Product Forge and the Cancer Innovation Challenge are running an open cancer "data dive" event at CodeBase in Edinburgh from Thursday 15th to Sunday 18th June 2017. Entrepreneurially minded data scientists and analysts, clinicians, designers, and software engineers will spend 3 days and 3 nights side by side developing data focused projects to improve cancer care in the NHS in Scotland. Participants form small cross-functional teams to work on a product prototype with support from subject matter experts and the wider technology community. Whether you already have an idea that you would like to prototype or you would just like to make new connections, we invite you to come along and meet talented people with a shared interest in innovation in cancer care. Use this opportunity to develop your career, gain new skills, network with professionals, meet potential employers or even kick-start your own company while working on an important subject that affects many lives. All our participants receive mentoring, 10 free meals and 24 hour access to the venue, and the top ranking teams can access support to develop their concept beyond the event, including further access to NHS experts and data.

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Tuesday
20 June 2017
9:00 - 17:00

Crowdfunding4Culture Conference

Hotel Bloom, Brussels

Registrations are now open for the Crowdfunding4Culture Conference. Around 200 creatives, cultural organisations, crowdfunding platforms, backers and policy makers will come together to discuss the use of crowdfunding by the cultural and creative sectors in Europe. The conference will take place in Brussels on June 20th.

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Wednesday
21 June 2017
9:00 - 12:30

Arts & Business Scotland : A General Tax Guide for Arts and Heritage (Glasgow)

Scott-Moncrieff 25 Bothwell Street Glasgow G2 6NL

This half-day seminar is a must for all financial or budget holding staff and anyone who wants to know how tax affects (and can benefit) arts and heritage organisations and individuals in Scotland.

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Thursday
22 June 2017
9:00 - 16:00

BSI: Standards Matter

Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, 1 Festival Square, Edinburgh EH3 9SR

Join the British Standard Institution on Thursday 22 June 2017 for an exciting and interactive day exploring some of the big questions coming up in standardisation. They have a number of sessions planned across four broad themes: Standards supporting global growth, innovation in a digital world, future of standards development, and our future society.

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Saturday
24 June 2017
11:00 - 18:00

Grow Wild Get Creative Takeover Exhibition 2017

Summerhall, Summerhall Place, Edinburgh, EH9 1PL

A showcase exhibition of young artist work from our Get Creative youth awards Grow for It. Inspired by the importance of wildflowers and native plants. Over 15 young artists are showcasing their work. Wild flowers and plants can bring colour and beauty to where you live. You might have seen wild flowers along railway lines or out in the countryside. In the UK we’re lucky to have some amazing wild flowers, but they're in danger: we’ve lost 97% of wild flower meadow habitats since the 1930s. Wild flowers provide food for the UK’s pollinating insects, such as bees, butterflies and moths, which are responsible for pollinating many of our food crops. Without wild flowers and insects the world could not produce enough food. Reacting to the above statement, young people aged 12-25 applied for funding to produce works of art to raise awareness about the importance of UK native wild flowers and plants. Their fantastic work will make up our youth takeover exhibition of the Sciennes Galleries at Summerhall in Edinburgh. Grow Wild is the UK’s biggest-ever wild flower campaign, bringing people together to transform local spaces with native, pollinator-friendly wild flowers and plants. Supported by the Big Lottery Fund, Grow Wild is the national outreach initiative of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Competition Take action for wildflowers now. Go to www.growwilduk.com/sowingmap to sow a virtual seed, pledging your support for more wild flowers in the UK (as a thank you, you’ll be entered into a prize draw for a chance to win a Forest Holiday worth £500). Please note that are young artists are confirmed for 2017 but keep watching for future Get Creative Grow Wild opportunities.

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Saturday
24 June 2017
10:00 - 16:30

Live sound workshops for musicians

EH6 4AD

Introduction to live sound Sat 24th June 10am - 12.30pm at The Sonic Lodge, Edinburgh Aimed at musicians and people who want to use a pa system but don't know where to start. In this workshop you will learn: • About the different types of equipment that make up a pa system including different kinds of microphones, cables, speakers etc, • How to plug things in • How to set levels correctly on a basic mixing desk • What to do and what not to do when doing live sound Basic sound engineering for musicians Sat 24th June 2pm - 4.30pm at The Sonic Lodge, Edinburgh In this workshop we look at mixing techniques, you will learn: • What all the knobs do on a mixing desk • How to use an EQ to improve sound and avoid feedback • Learn about different makes of microphones and placement for specific instruments • How to create a balanced mix • Using foldback monitors so musicians and singers can hear better These workshops are led by Dr. Mark Neal who co-runs the Sonic Lodge. He has a PhD in Musical Acoustics and huge experience in live sound from both from behind the sound desk and as a performer. There will be plenty of time throughout the workshops for you to ask any questions. Book for one course for £15 or go to both for £25. To book email: workshops@soniclodge.co.uk and we will send you information about payment. Please note that if there is a high demand for these workshops we will move to a bigger venue - details will be confirmed by email nearer the time. These workshops are run in conjunction with Soundpost Arts: www.soundpostarts.com Find out more about The Sonic Lodge recording studio: www.soniclodge.co.uk

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Thursday
29 June 2017
11:00 - 15:30

ArtWorks Scotland: Care and Create - arts and older people

City of Edinburgh Methodist Church 25 Nicolson Square Edinburgh EH8 9BX

Care and Create will bring care professionals, artists and cultural organisations together to create a shared understanding of good practice and explore opportunities to work together. This event will include presentations of inspring arts projects for older people experiencing care, facilitated discussion sessions and a networking lunch. It will enable artists, cultural organisations and care professionals to explore the opportunities and challenges of delivering creative projects in the care community, broaden their understanding of good practice and discuss ways of connecting and working together.

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Friday
30 June 2017
10:00 - 18:00

Glasgow Comic Con: 9 Panels - Comics Industry Conference

Centre for Contemporary Arts 350 Sauchiehall Street Glasgow G2 3JD United Kingdom

Glasgow Comic Con is pleased to present the return of 9 Panels, an all-day industry conference. Whether you’re a student, amateur or semi pro, all aspiring comics creators can enjoy talks and workshops on a variety of topics, from making to marketing. You’ll have the opportunity to pitch your ideas to publishers, ask advice from experts covering all corners of the industry and mingle with like-minded delegates. Expect special guests.

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Tuesday
4 July 2017

Just Festival: Against The Current

St John's Church (Princes Street/Lothian Road) and the Quaker Meeting House (Victoria Terrace)

2017 edition of Just Festival will be held under the theme #AgainstTheCurrent. We will host conversations, talks and performing arts events that present people, movements and ideas that challenge(d) the status quo. They will reflect on the three historic events and their anniversaries: 500 years since the Protestant Reformation, 100 years since the Balfour Declaration and 70 years since India declared its independence. We will be joining all Festival participants in celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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Tuesday
11 July 2017
10:30 - 16:30

Arts & Business Scotland: In Focus - Trusts & Foundations (Edinburgh)

Arts & Business Scotland 1st Floor, Rosebury House9 Haymarket Terrace Edinburgh, EH12 5EZ United Kingdom

This event will explore case studies from the sector and provide top tips in making applications as well as developing and maintaining your relationship with a trust. The session will include a networking lunch. The event will also include fundraising surgeries where feedback on either a case for support document or a draft funding application will be provided. The surgeries must be booked in advance, please email Ailsa for further information and to book your slot – ailsa.macfarlane@scotheritage.org

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Sunday
16 July 2017
13:00 - 14:00

Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy: National Summer School for Arts Fundraising and Leadership

Weetwood Hall Conference Centre & Hotel Otley Road Leeds West Yorkshire LS16 5PS

[ July 16th - 21st 2017 ] Led by the University of Leeds in partnership with Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy, this week-long residential course for arts managers and fundraisers is led by renowned academics and senior arts sector professionals. It offers a breadth of insight, ideas and skills in how to lead arts organisations, and achieve long-term fundraising success, in ever more challenging economic times. To complement other fundraising courses that teach the ‘nuts and bolts’ of fundraising, the Summer School focuses on arts fundraising and leadership, addressing key topics such as Cultural Policy, Managing Change, Building Resilience, Cultural Leadership and Changing Business Models. As well as a week of intensive study and practical activity, the Summer School also offers time out for reflection – a rare chance for delegates to step back from the day-to-day pressures to encourage and facilitate new thinking and strategic planning.

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Saturday
29 July 2017

Edinburgh Blues ‘n’ Rock Festival

After the resounding success of the 2016 Edinburgh Blues ‘n’ Rock Festival, the festival is back at the Corn Exchange on Saturday 29 July 2017 with the following line-up: -MIKE SANCHEZ BAND - ROCK ‘N’ ROLL, RHYTHM & BLUES, BOOGIE WOOGIE PIANO BAND -THE PRETTY THINGS -THE STEVIE NIMMO TRIO -MIRACLE GLASS COMPANY -GERRY JABLONSKI & THE ELECTRIC BAND -MIRROR SPEAKS THE TRUTH -THE DEKE McGHEE BAND -BLACK CAT BONE Tickets are available for £25 or £20 for Edinburgh Blues Club members online at:https://www.ticketweb.co.uk/event/275287 and all Edinburgh Blues Club shows.

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Thursday
12 October 2017
9:00 - 16:00

Museums Galleries Scotland: Conference 2017 Inequalities - Bridging the Gap

The MGS' conference aims to offer a cost effective platform through which Scotland’s museums and galleries can network and engage with practical and relevant content, helping the sector to develop and work towards delivering against the National Strategy aims and objectives. The overarching theme of our 2017 Conference will be Inequalities: Bridging the Gap and it will focus on the work that museums are doing to address inequalities.

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Saturday
16 December 2017
09:00 - 20:00

International Conference "Theatre Between Tradition and Contemporaneity"

Austria, Retzhof Castle

International Conference : "Theatre Between Tradition and Contemporaneity" is the annual international multidisciplinary conference researching the Bridge between Tradition and Contemporaneity in performing arts. The conference offers the unique opportunity: to exchange experience and share ideas in contemporary performing arts education and training, rehearsal process and performance practice; to become familiar with diverse methods and techniques in contemporary performing arts inspired and formed in the connection with the world traditional heritage; to meet colleagues from all over the world, establish new contacts and lay the foundation for future networking and collaboration in multicultural and multilingual artistic environment. The conference creates the unique encounter of different arts in multicultural and multilingual artistic environment and offers a great platform for performers, performing arts educators and teachers to find new collaboration partners from all continents! The conference working language is English. At the moment the conference is accepting presentation proposals. Register and submit your proposal here: http://www.performingartsconference.org/registration

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