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Scottish Youth Theatre, Glasgow

Thursday, 28 Mar


This FREE networking event will be our third #CONNECT of the year, following the success of Inclusion in the Arts and Celebrating Young Creatives. We will have an industry expert sharing their experience of increasing sustainability and resilience in a participatory arts environment. We will also have a Q&A with an invited panel linking with the theme exploring topics such as; project promotion, funding, trading and procuring. Details of panel members and special guest to be announced. There will be time woven in for informal networking opportunties and light refreshments. 

Glasgow CAN are delighted to be hosting a year-long programme of training workshops and events in 2019 supported by Creative Scotland. #CONNECT events are FREE, informal and thematic. They are open to Glasgow CAN Members and the general public. #CONNECT will take place each month from our base in Scottish Youth Theatre's building on Brunswick Street in the heart of Glasgow's beautiful Merchant City.

Glasgow CAN is dedicated to connecting creatives to build new partnerships and strengthen the sector. Our events attract a mixture of established and emerging artists and organisations. Each event will include a short workshop or a talk from an industry leader, informal networking time, and the opportunity to share best practice, experiences and learn something new.

These events are FREE but please book a place as they are limited.

If you would like any more information about #CONNECT or have access or dietary requirements please email [email protected]

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Scottish Youth Theatre

Brunswick Street


G1 1TF


Hannah Justad

Glasgow Connected Arts Network is the city’s artistic and cultural hub. Funded by Glasgow City Council, GCAN is invested in encouraging and maintaining public engagement, awareness and understanding of participatory arts in Glasgow. We facilitate skills and resource sharing, and the exchange of ideas, offering our members access to invaluable training opportunties. We encourage collaboration and connection between artists and communities across Glasgow, and we regularly fund arts projects which seek to reach and engage new audiences. We aim to increase participation and learning in arts projects, to promote and advance the economic, social and cultural development of Glasgow, and reflect the diverse communities within it.