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  • Voluntary Arts Scotland – working behind the scenes on your behalf Here are Voluntary Arts Scotland, we know that the real stars of the show are you – the thousands of cultural groups getting creative across Scotland every week. But while we’re busy promoting and supporting what you do, we’re also beavering away behind the scenes to ensure the environment in which you create is as fertile ...
  • Love film? Have your say in the BFI’s future Deadline: Thursday 8 September 2016 The British Film Institute is developing its strategy for 2017 – 2022, and they need your input. One of their current priorities, which they hope to continue in the future, is expanding education and learning opportunities, to encourage people to have a life-long relationship with film. And new themes for the future include ...
  • Inter-generational dance company looking for new members Area: Glasgow Are you aged between 7-90 years old? Do you love to dance? Would you like to dance, meet new people and have the opportunity to perform? Following the success of Barrowland Ballet’s previous inter-generational participatory dance projects, including Bunty & Doris and The River, the company has decided to start its very own free inter-generational company, led by acclaimed ...

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  • Voluntary Arts Scotland – working behind the scenes on your behalf Here are Voluntary Arts Scotland, we know that the real stars of the show are you – the thousands of cultural groups getting creative across Scotland every week. But while we’re busy promoting and supporting what you do, we’re also beavering away behind the scenes to ensure the environment in which you create is as fertile ...

 

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  • Press release: Culture Ministers congratulate 2014 Epic Award Winners 27 February 2014For immediate release  Culture Ministers congratulate 2014 Epic Award Winners  Voluntary arts achievement awarded at inspirational ceremony  A drumming group born out of the London 2012 Olympics; knitting project that transformed a Welsh town; arts festival that brought creativity to rural Scotland; and a group of poets who held recitals in their local park have all ...

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Voluntary Arts is the operating name of The Voluntary Arts Network (VAN) which is registered in Scotland as Company No. 139147 and Charity No. SC020345. Registered Office: The Creative Exchange, 29 Constitution Street, Edinburgh EH6 7BS.