Projects

Projects

CABN develops high quality and imaginative projects, often in partnership, which create opportunities for creatives, and impacts for audiences and the wider community.

Here are some projects, past and present, as well as some events. You can choose to click on the buttons below to filter specific project and events.

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e-Publishing

On Saturday 1 September 2012, CABN hosted a seminar on what was then a fairly recent innovation - e-publishing. Speakers ...
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Haining at Home

Haining at Home was a showcase of some of the Scottish Borders finest applied arts in an inspirational setting.   The ...
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How to Spread the Word: Writers’ day on marketing, social media and e-publishing

How to Spread the Word was coordinated by CABN Literature Advocate, Jules Horne. This was an opportunity to find out how ...
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Writing a Review – A Practical Workshop with Mary Brennan

This was a wonderful opportunity to spend a day with Mary Brennan, one of Scotland's most respected performance critics and ...
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Intellectual Property

'Do you have an invention, idea, creation or trade secret you want to protect? Join us for an introduction to ...
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How Music Works 2

How Music Works 2 took place on Friday 5 December 2014 and followed on from the How Music Works event ...
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Scott’s Treasures

Scott’s Treasures was an exciting partnership project between the Abbotsford Trust and CABN. The project, which ran through 2014, built ...
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Research Trip to Australia – Mary’s Show and Tell

In March 2014, CABN Leader Mary Morrison was selected to take part in a research trip/curatorial visit to Melbourne and ...
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How Music Works I

How Music Works I was an event devised by CABN Advocate for Music – James Mackintosh – for makers, producers, ...
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Resource

Resource built on CABN’s partnership with Heriot Watt University, School of Textiles and Design in Galashiels established through previous initiatives ...
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Re-imagining Place

New perspectives on the role of creative practice, public art and place making projects on regional culture, economy and policy. ...
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Page to Stage

Page to Stage ran from September 2013 to November 2014, and was developed by CABN Advocate Jules Horne in partnership ...
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Social Media Strategies That Get Results

In 2014-15, CABN delivered several events in partnership with Business Gateway Borders. Social Media Strategies That Get Results (in association ...
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Borders Poets Showcase

In 2013, CABN began a fruitful partnership with the Abbotsford Trust, to bring contemporary writing into the heart of Sir ...
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Poets’ Day

Poets’ Day was a professional development day of inspiration and practical advice, developed by CABN Literature Advocate Jules Horne, this ...
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The Mill

The Mill is an ambitious project to realise a creative hub in Galashiels – breathing life into the former Abbotsford ...
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Archival Enactments: New Constellations

Archival Enactments: New Constellations is a an ambitious partnership project developed by Panel with Live Borders (CABN), The Barony Centre, ...
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Hawick Flood Protection Scheme

Since early 2016, CABN has been working closely with the Hawick Flood Protection Scheme (HFPS). This is an exciting opportunity ...
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