Dedicated support for the Creative Arts Sector in the Scottish Borders
NEWS UPDATE – until end November 2023
Between now and the end of November 2023, CABN is in a transition period as we work to evolve the current model of how we deliver support. We will keep you fully updated on this work and how you can be involved in it through the CABN website, bulletin and social comms. During this process the CABN Team will be reducing project activity and may take longer to answer enquiries. We will be keeping our connection with you going through our communications.
Thank you from the CABN Team
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 CABN.
10am - 12pm, Wednesday 8 November 2023 Eyemouth Hippodrome, Eyemouth Book your place here A meet up for creative businesses in the Scottish Borders. Come and meet up with other designer makers and creative businesses working in the Scottish Borders! This will be a …
Applications open for CABN Board (Co-) Chair and CABN Board Trustees (Voluntary roles - three years) Introduction The main aim of CABN is to develop the professional creative sector in the Scottish Borders through a diverse programme of support and advocacy, and to …
10 - 11:30am, Thursday 14 September 2023 Innerleithen Memorial Hall, Innerleithen Book your place here A meet up for creative businesses in the Scottish Borders. Come and meet up with other designer makers and creative businesses working in the Scottish Borders! …