Is the future bright for culture in the North East?
March 2, 2015
Culture in the North East: Life after the Referendum
We all know Scotland’s political and cultural landscape has changed since last September but what does this mean for culture in the North East? Have you got a question you want answered or issue you want discussed? Then come to our next AB+ event taking place on Thursday 5 March over lunch at Café Zeste, The University of Aberdeen.
To attend and/or submit your question please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org a.s.a.p.
Our Chair will be Fiona Stalker, radio and TV presenter and she will be joined by;
– Janet Archer, CEO of Creative Scotland
– Cllr Marie Boulton, Depute Leader & Spokesperson for Culture, Aberdeen City Council
– Mark Fisher, theatre critic, editor and freelance journalist
– Professor Chris O’Neil, Head of School, Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University
Stewart Aitken, Chair, AB+
CULTURE IN THE NORTH EAST: LIFE AFTER THE REFERENDUM
Date: Thursday 5 March 2015
Timings: 12pm registration for a 12.30pm start. Debate will be followed by a light networking lunch (which is free thanks to the generosity of the University of Aberdeen).
End time: Approximately 2.30pm
Venue: Café Zeste, (within Crombie Hall, just off the High Street), King’s Campus, Aberdeen, AB24 3DS
RSVP to attend and submit panel questions: email@example.com