13th June 2017

The CPG on Culture was held on Tuesday 13 June 2017 at the Scottish Parliament, with the theme Making the Makers: Skills Development in the Craft Sector.

The session was introduced by Fiona Logue, Director Craft Scotland and David Martin, Key Sector Manager – Creative Industries, Skills Development Scotland. Panelists were Maggie Broadley, Chief Executive, Craft Town Scotland; Fi Duffy-Scott, Founder, Make Works; Alec Galloway, Glass Artist/Lecturer; Gehan Macleod, Co-founder/Programme Director, GalGael Trust; Carol Sinclair, Chair, Applied Arts Scotland; and James Wilson, Industry Academy Head, Faculty of Creative Industries, City of Glasgow College.

Watch the CPG on Culture back, timecodes are provided below the video:

  • Approval of minutes from previous session (00.00-00.53)
  • Manifesto for Music Education in Scotland – an overview (00.54-03:33)
  • Introduction to the session from: Fiona Logue, Director Craft Scotland and David Martin, Key Sector Manager – Creative Industries, Skills Development Scotland (03:34-24:24)
  • Panel discussion, featuring: Maggie Broadley, Chief Executive, Craft Town Scotland; Fi Duffy-Scott, Founder, Make Works; Alec Galloway, Glass Artist/Lecturer; Gehan Macleod, Co-founder/Programme Director, GalGael Trust; Carol Sinclair, Chair, Applied Arts Scotland; and James Wilson, Industry Academy Head, Faculty of Creative Industries, City of Glasgow College (24:25-01:08:10)
  • Group Discussion (01:08:11-01:50:28)