For all ages
On Monday 17 May 2021 we moved to Level 2 under the Scottish Governments new structure of local Covid protection levels.
As we move to Level 2 restrictions we will re-open services under the phases we published on 14 April – details of this can be found (here – https://www.liveborders.org.uk/book/coronavirus/ ).
At Live Borders we offer a range of arts and creative programmes and services for those looking to get involved in the arts. Whether you’re a budding author, an up-and-coming musician or the next great stage actor – then we could have a programme or service to meet your needs.
The team promotes and develops arts and cultural activities with schools, community groups, voluntary organisations and businesses providing access to a wide range of quality arts activities and programmes, including guidance and advice on funding, training and learning. The service works with the professional and voluntary arts sectors and is accessible to the general public. Our work covers most art forms including music, dance, drama, digital media, literature, touring theatre, events and audience development.
Key principles of our activity
We are committed to ensuring that all work and activity considers health, well-being and equality.
Partnership working – providing local arts provision by strategically nurturing and coordinating partnership working between local partners, national organisations, arts providers, local communities, schools and further and higher education.
Advocacy & development – providing leadership and advocacy on arts and creative issues of relevance to Live Borders and its priorities. Aiming to strategically influence other stakeholders and policies with a view to developing provision for the arts locally, providing opportunity, social inclusion and economic benefits
Creative Arts Business Network – providing support, advice and funding to creative businesses and organisations. More info is available HERE.
Contact us at: St Mary’s Mill, Level Crossing Road, Selkirk, TD7 5EW
Tel: 01750 726400