Dedicated support for the creative arts sector in the Scottish Borders

CABN - Creative Arts Business Network, supports the professional creative sector in the Scottish Borders, with a focus on creative micro-businesses across all artforms. We also engage with, and provide support to sectoral organisations and community groups, and work with a range of partners to develop further opportunities.

CABN supports primarily through its core function as a Network – providing information relevant to the creative sector through the CABN website, weekly e-bulletin and Social Media. If you would like to be added to the e-mail network list to receive our weekly bulletin, or have your event/opportunity shared through our bulletin, please contact Kay McCluskey.

Developing a Culture Strategy for Scotland

As part of the Programme for Scotland 2016 to 2017, the Scottish Government have committed to creating a culture strategy for Scotland based on the principles of access, equity and excellence. This strategy is being created in collaboration with artists, cultural organisations and ...

Made in Grey Britain

Made in Grey Britain (MIGB) is looking for editorial contributions from people in all areas of employment within the creative and industry sectors about the work they do. This content will be one of the main features in the forthcoming MIGB ...

August Gathering of the Scottish Borders Cultural Forum

1.00pm* - 3.00pm, Thursday 3rd August 2017 *with an opportunity to view Gill Walton's house & studio from 12.30pm Allanbank Arts, near Duns, TD11 3PY The Scottish Borders Cultural Forum supports the work of the local cultural sector by creating a ...

New Look CABN Bulletin Coming Soon!

Look out for our new look bulletin which will be launched in the week beginning 10th July! The new bulletin will be more user friendly featuring lots of images and enabling you to view on a variety of devices. If ...