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Cultural Coordinator programme

The Cultural Co-ordinator Programme supports access to  a wide range of opportunities to develop creativity and ambition.

The programme supports the development of expressive arts in schools working closely with national partners Creative Scotland and Education Scotland.

Through key partnerships with schools, agencies, community and youth services, external funders and Scotland's Creative, Cultural and Learning Workforce, the programme maximises the potential contribution of cultural participation within East Dunbartonshire.

Creativity

Creative Learning

Developing Creative approaches to learning and teaching are at the heart of this programme. This is best achieved through collaborative work enabling the provision of artist led opportunities.

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Music

Youth Music Forum

Supporting development of the Expressive Arts by enabling staff to meet the needs of young people through the provision of a range of learning outcomes within the framework of Curriculum For Excellence.

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Trails and Tales   

Trails and Tales is a three-year arts and heritage learning programme engaging and working with the eleven towns and villages in East Dunbartonshire to explore their local history and heritage.

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Made in Kirkintilloch

Made in Kirkintilloch is an EDLC Trust project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, which will create an Industrial Heritage Centre within the newly restored Town Hall.

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