Creative Scotland is holding a series of events around Scotland to explore new ways to fund arts and creative activity.
These events are an opportunity for professional and voluntary creative practitioners, managers of creative organisations and businesses, and members of the local communities to inform the development of Creative Scotland’s overall approach to funding.
Each event will be a hands-on discovery workshop that explores priorities for public funding and how Creative Scotland should distribute the money it receives from the Scottish Government and the National Lottery.
The Dumfries conversation on Tuesday 25th June can be booked through Event Brite.
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Wigtown Festival Company is seeking an individual with a keen interest in developing a career in literature and the arts to support its year-round programme of activities for children and young people. The successful candidate will support activities including: the young adult programme at Wigtown Book Festival and during the year; Big Wig Children's Festival; Big DoG Children's Festival; and will have a particular focus on reviewing and developing the young people’s programme structure.
This is a temporary post, from July 2019 to 31 March 2020. It's part-time (28 hours per week), with a salary of £9,282.
Closing date is Monday 17 June at 12 noon, and interviews will take place week beginning Monday 24 June.
Download the full job description and application form or contact the office by telephoning 01988 402036 for paper copies.
Find out more from the Wigtown Festival Company.