This online programme, involving a
series of engaging interviews and Q&A discussions with thought leaders in the Gaelic cultural sector, augmented by online learning. It will take you on a journey, exploring cultural identity and reflecting on how this shapes our creative activities.
Who is it for?
This is a programme for Future Leaders in Creative Communities.
Bho 9mh an Iuchair 2020 -
6.30f – 7.30f.
Webinar meetings run from 6.30pm - 7.30pm
9 July 2020
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Format of programme: Four one hour webinars plus online learning.
Cost: Fully funded by Bòrd na Gàidhlig and the Scottish Government. Available to learners at no cost.
By understanding and celebrating our cultural identity, we can begin to use it as the basis for creative enterprises in our communities
- A programme for Future Leaders in Creative
- Hear from thought leaders in the Gaelic cultural
- A series of engaging interviews and discussions
with key thought leaders in the Gaelic cultural sector
As well as being a well-known traditional Gaelic singer who has performed and tutored all over the world, Anne Martin runs Whitewave – Skye’s Outdoor Centre with husband John White.
Find out more about Anne here.
Lorna Jamieson | 01463 871219 | firstname.lastname@example.org