Congratulations to those of our members who have been awarded Creative Scotland open project funding this month!

Aros Community Theatre have received funding to support a partnership project engaging Aros Community Theatre, the Aros Centre and Cleas to present a visual and performing arts programme alongside community engagement in Skye & Lochalsh. The programme will include a series of visual arts exhibitions at the Aros Centre Gallery and a programme of over 40 dance, theatre, music events and workshops.

Lyth Arts Centre have received funding to support Scotland’s most northerly mainland arts centre to present its 2018-19 public programme. The programme will include theatre, music, dance, outdoor arts, film and digital arts, supporting Lyth Arts Centre in its development as a regional cultural hub in Caithness.

And although not members of The Touring Network, congratulations also to to Live Borders, who have received funding to support Live Borders to deliver a new phase of Borders Live Touring (BLT) and to introduce Borders Young Creatives (a Youth Promoters network).  BLT works across village halls, community centres and theatres in the Scottish Borders.  BLT will  market live performances, offering training and networking opportunities both locally and nationally and taster opportunities to sample showcasing of productions.

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