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The TRACS mailing list provides information on news, events and opportunities across Scotland’s traditional arts. We collect your email address and postcode to send you information on an ad-hoc basis.
TRACS Training & Development (Quarterly)
This newsletter provides information on upcoming workshops and skills development opportunities, including storytelling, dance, music and wider creative skills. We will collect your email address and postcode to send you appropriate information on a quarterly basis, with some additional opportunities as appropriate.
This newsletter provides information about upcoming events at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, including music, dance, storytelling and visiting performances. We collect your email address and postcode to send you information on a weekly basis, delivered on Monday mornings.
This newsletter provides information on all upcoming children’s events taking place at the Storytelling Centre, which includes all performances appropriate for ages 0 -18. We collect your email address and postcode to send you appropriate information monthly.
This newsletter provides useful information in the run-up to the festival, as well as further news throughout the year, plus highlights during the SISF, to ensure you are up to date with all the Storytelling Festival news. We collect your email address and postcode to send you information on an occasional basis.
Scottish Storytelling Forum Newsletter (Monthly)
This newsletter provides information on development opportunities, upcoming events, projects and highlights of storytelling news from across the national network and beyond. We will collect your email address and postcode to send you appropriate information monthly.
This newsletter provides updates on TRACS’ People’s Parish initiative, which is a neighbourhood project connecting local stories, traditions and cultural memory through local voices. We will collect your email address and postcode to send you appropriate information on an occasional basis.
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The TMF is a network of around 80 music organisations supporting Scotland’s vibrant traditional music community.
The Scottish Storytelling Forum was founded in 1992 to encourage and support the telling and sharing of stories amongst all age groups and all sectors of society.
Traditional Dance Forum of Scotland is currently being developed with the aim to support all Scottish traditional dance forms as well as other traditional dance forms established in Scotland.
We host a variety of courses and workshops to give you access to quality teaching and resources for the traditional arts and Scottish culture.