Conferences & Maker Training

Go See Share - a Creative Scotland event

A series of short presentations from the ten makers with an opportunity to meet the presenters.

Closing date: 30 Apr 2019

As part of our work in supporting the growth of sustainable creative businesses over the past year, we have provided 11 businesses with small grants to ‘go and see’ and now we are bringing these people together to share their learning and experiences more widely. The event will consist of a series of short presentations from the 10 projects with an opportunity to meet the presenters. 

Find out more about the Go See Share Creative Industries Fund here.

Speakers will include: 

Loch Ness Knitting who went to the Netherlands to undertake research into companies that specialise in sustainable textiles production.

404 Ink who went to New York to better understand the USA’s book industry.

Take Me Somewhere (TMS) who went to Brussels, Bristol and Hamburg to learn from three organisations committed to year-round support of cutting edge performance.

Hilary Grant who went to Northern Europe to research the contemporary Nordic design industry and routes to market.

Ross Little who went to Brussels with Georgia Horgan and Florrie James to undertake research into artist-led production companies.

In the Works who undertook an exchange with Irish spoken word agency Boundless & Bare.

Strange Town Theatre who went to Ljubljana, Slovenia to gain a better understanding of how European Theatre companies work with young people.

Dundee Ceramics Workshop who went to art studios, workshops and facilities in England and Wales that provide a resource for the local community and for artists.

Aboretum who went to visit the Aroma Lab at Mediamatic in Amsterdam.

AC Projects who went to Melbourne Australia to explore models for sustaining creative practice and the potential for Scottish artists working in contemporary experimental music to showcase their work internationally.

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Creative Scotland
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