We have been in contact and I hope the information you received was helpful. However, if you look at my latest blog you will find a comment from one of last year's Robert Louis Stevenson Fellows.
Making our cultural organisations more environmentally sustainable saves money, reduces carbon emissions and is what funders, audiences and staff all want - but where do you start, how do you do it and who can help? Ten cultural organisations running 21 venues in Newcastle/Gateshead have already achieved great things by collaborating closely on environmental sustainability work. Stephen Little (Head of Building Services at Sage Gateshead and Chair of the Newcastle and Gateshead Cutural Venues…See More
con-TEXT RESIDENCIES - PRESENTATIONMonday 19th March 201210.30am-1pm followed by lunch and networkingcon-TEXT RESIDENCIES - AN INVITATION TO A PRESENTATION OF NEW WORKHeriot Watt University, School of Textiles, Galashiels - FREE EVENTYou are invited to attend a presentation of new work produced by the 5 con-TEXT residents - and to hear more about their experience and how this has contributed to their individual creative practice. It promises to be a really interesting session and will also…See More
I'm one of the consultants who have been commissioned to carry out the evaluation of the Creative Futures programme. I'll be in touch with projects and residents throughout the programme to gather information on the impact of your work.