Friday 9 July 2010

Collective - Consultation with artists and audiences

Arts Hub Feasibility Study

You may know that City of Edinburgh Council is Collective’s landlord.  As part of its strategies for cultural planning and property asset management, the Council is looking at the idea of creating an ‘arts hub’ on a gap site next to City Art Centre. The preliminary concept would be to house Collective, Edinburgh Printmakers and Stills together in the arts hub.

Collective want to consult our own artists/artistic community and we would value your opinions regarding possible opportunities and challenges afforded by a move.

We are inviting you to participate in a discussion/focus group on Friday 16th July. A summary of the discussion will form part of the Arts hub Feasibility Study which is currently in progress by City of Edinburgh Council.

If you can participate, please click the link below to Doodle and check as many time slots as you can make. If you can’t make it, I’d be grateful if you could drop me a quick email to let me know. All travel costs out with Edinburgh will be reimbursed and we will feed and water you.

Thank you in advance for your time and opinions.

Jill Brown
Collective Gallery | 22-28 Cockburn Street  |  Edinburgh  |  EH1 1NY   |
t: ++44 (0)131 220 1260  |  e:  |  |
5 June – 18 July 2010
Torsten Lauschmann
Thursday 24 June, 8 - 9pm
The Filmhouse, Lothian Road.
One–off performance/screening event. In association with EIFF.
Opening Times: Tues – Sun 11am – 5pm
Admission free.
Collective Gallery Ltd
Registered in Scotland Company No 93812
A Non Profit Making Organisation with Charitable Status Scottish Charity Number SCO09405
           Funded by The Scottish Arts Council and The City of Edinburgh Council
Edinburgh College of Art (eca) is a charity registered in Scotland, number SC009201