We are delighted to be shortlisted for the Arts and Business Scotland 30th Annual Awards in two categories. Business Creativity sponsored by Inksters Solicitors and International.
Launched in 2015, the Business Creativity category recognises a business for taking the lead in establishing and developing partnerships with one or more cultural organisations in order to drive and develop commercial opportunities for both parties which impacts the wider community.
The International category recognises a partnership that has supported the cultural organisation’s international activities or that has leveraged international support for the cultural activities of an organisation within Scotland. We are recognised for our partnership with the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts.
Read the article in the Herald on the shortlist here.