RGU Cultural regeneration workshop / consultation 1st April

March 5, 2014

The Principal of the Robert Gordon University has established a working group consisting of academics drawn from a wide variety of disciplines across the university to develop ideas to re-animate the cultural strategy of the region.  This group has identified a number of suggestions as to how different organisations might play a part in such cultural regeneration but, prior to publishing a final report, the group should like to take the opportunity to share its thinking and seek the views of others.  As such, the university is inviting those involved in the arts and creative industries to a workshop where a short presentation on our current thinking will be provided, followed by the opportunity for general discussion.  This workshop will take place on Tuesday 1 April commencing at 10am and concluding with a light lunch at 1pm.  The workshop will take place in room N204 in the new Riverside East building on the RGU Garthdee Campus.   I would be grateful if you could confirm your attendance with Elaine Macpherson at e.macpherson1@rgu.ac.uk  by Friday 28 March at the latest.

We hope that you are able to come along, and we would be grateful if you could also forward this invitation to any of your relevant contacts who you think may wish to attend.

Kind regards

Duncan

Dr Duncan Cockburn

Director of Planning and Policy Development

Office of the Principal and Vice-Chancellor

The Robert Gordon University

Garthdee House

Garthdee Road

Aberdeen  AB10 7QB

tel: 01224 262194

e-mail: duncan.cockburn@rgu.ac.uk

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