Some of our SFS members are delighted to be attending the forthcoming Creative Industries Federation Glasgow Roadshow event on Tuesday 10 November 2015 at the Royal Glasgow Concert Hall.
Although the CIF are a membership organisation, on this occasion they are extending the invitation to industry representatives who have not yet joined.
“The Creative Industries Federation looks forward to meeting members of Scotland’s arts, creative industries and cultural education as we visit Glasgow on Tuesday November 10.
Our roadshow will feature: a keynote speech from Fiona Hyslop, Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs; the launch of a new publication, Intellectual Property: Tales from the Drawing Board, by Creative Scotland and University of St Andrews; and a panel discussion and Q&A on “the new Glasgow miracle” and the issues, challenges and opportunities facing the city’s creative future.
Working with partners including the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and The Glasgow School of Art, we would be delighted to welcome you to the event at the Royal Scottish National Orchestra’s new home.
Speakers & Panellists Include
– Fiona Hyslop – Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs.
– Janet Archer – Chief Executive, Creative Scotland.
– Professor Tom Inns – Director, The Glasgow School of Art.
– Janice Kirkpatrick – Designer & Founding Director, Graven.
– Brian McLaren – Managing Director, EKOS.
– Jill Miller – Director of Cultural Services, Glasgow Life.
– Dr Krishna Thiagarajan – Chief Executive, Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
Please feel free to share this inviation with colleagues.
There is no charge to attend, but places are limited so please register early. Step-free access will be available.
You can find out more about the agenda for the event at their website. If you are a member of Scotland’s creative industries sector do consider attending: www.creativeindustriesfederation.com/events/uk-roadshow-glasgow
To request attendance please contact: email@example.com
You can follow the event on Twitter by following the Creative Industries Federation on Twitter: @Creative_Fed
During the evening, ICC and Creative Scotland will launch Tales from the Drawing Board: IP wisdom and woes from Scotland’s creative industries, our book of IP cases based on the interviews that Eilidh Young conducted with you and other leaders of the creative industries in 2013-2014. After 10 November it will be available as a free download.
SFS member Rage Music were one of the case study contributors to this publication.