The Fribourg Declaration

The launch of the Fribourg Declaration on Cultural Rights was held May 7, 2007 at the University of Fribourg and May 8, 2007 at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. The text was presented by the Observatory of Diversity and Cultural Rights (which headquarters are at the Interdisciplinary Institute of Ethnics and Human Rights at […]

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Culture Collective

The Culture Collective is a Scottish Government pilot programme which has established a network of creative practitioners, organisations and communities, working together to create a positive difference locally and nationally in response to COVID-19. Have a look at the other projects that are involved below: culturecollective.scot

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Robert Rae

Robert Rae is the project’s embedded artist. As the embedded artist Robert is not creating his own work but utilising his skills as a socially engaged theatre practitioner, film director and writer to devise an exploratory route to unpick and rethink what cultural rights mean in Scotland.

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Ghazi Hussein

Ghazi is a poet and a teacher who has taught Arabic poetry and calligraphy for many years. He studied philosophy and Arabic grammar and went on to teach a range of different age groups and abilities in schools and universities.

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Shatha Altowai

Shatha has been creating art since 2014. She has presented at several art galleries in Yemen and beyond, and has won multiple awards for her art, including the John Byrne Award in April 2021. Much of Shatha’s work reflects aspects of life in her society, and the suffering caused by the ongoing civil war in […]

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Elaine Cheng

Elaine Cheng (she/her) is a composer/sound artist from Edinburgh, Scotland and from Hong Kong descent. Her practice is currently based around producing drone music from analog and modular synthesisers and has come from a compositional background in electroacoustic music.

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14-04-22: The Great May Day Cabaret

Fair Pley Productions in association with Art27scotland invites you to The Great May Day Cabaret. Join us for a fabulous get-together for International Workers’ Day and the 125th anniversary of the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC). When: Sunday 1 May, 19:30 At: Southside Community Centre 117 Nicolson Street Edinburgh EH8 9ER For press tickets, please […]

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