The Culture & Historic Environment Division of The Scottish Government have been developing the Culture Strategy for Scotland. The Culture Strategy will be developed over a number of phases. The strategy is currently at the engagement phase, gathering ideas and views through Scotland wide culture conversations and on line. This phase will help shape a draft of the Strategy which will form the basis of a formal public consultation next year.
As part of the engagement phase the Culture Division will be running several public events. The following public events are now confirmed and will conclude the early engagement phase of the Strategy. There are still opportunities to feed into the Strategy at this stage either by attending one of these Culture Conversations or by sharing your ideas online via their discussion forum.
- Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree, 25 October 2017
- Skye, Portree, Venue tbc, 2 November 2017
- Edinburgh, Venue tbc, 21 November 2017
- Dunfermline Carnegie Library Museum and Gallery, Fife 6 December 2017
In partnership with Young Scot and the Scottish Youth Parliament the Cultural & Historic Environment Division are hosting:
- A Culture Strategy for Scotland: future of culture in Scotland Facebook live event, 29 November 2017
More information will follow on how to join in the conversation on the division’s website: https://beta.gov.scot/
policies/arts-culture- heritage/culture-strategy-for- scotland/
If you need any further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.