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Stephen Palmer

Visual Arts Officer

Creative Scotland

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Creative Scotland

249 West George Street

Glasgow, Glasgow,G2 4QE

United Kingdom

Company Description

Creative Scotland is the public body that supports the arts, screen and creative industries across all parts of Scotland on behalf of everyone who lives, works or visits here. We enable people and organisations to work in and experience the arts, screen and cr...more

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Scottish Arts Council


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Interim Head of Place, Partnerships & Communities e:stephen.palmer@creativescotland.com t: 0131 523 0078


FCA&C's Artist Forum 2015 | Events | Scottish Contemporary Art Network

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The afternoon will comprise of 2 sign-up sessions - choose between taking part in a Problem Solving Surgery with either Business Gateway Fife, Stephen Palmer (Creative Scotland), or Marcus Wilson, or in a Critique-ing Session with either Graham Fagen, Gayle Nelson, or the day's chair Carol Sinclair (where you bring along a piece of work to be critiqu-ed supportively).


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Gaelic English Stephen Palmer Interim Head of Place, Partnerships & Communities Telephone 0131 523 0078 Email stephen.palmer@creativescotland.com Areas of responsibility Stephen leads on partnerships with local authorities in the context of Creative Scotland's ambition for Place. Background and experience Stephen has significant experience of working within the arts sector in Scotland and North East England in a range of roles and within many cultural organisations, particularly focusing on film and gallery development. He has been with Creative Scotland (then Scottish Arts Council) since 2007 working within the Visual Arts team supporting artists, curators and organisations, leading on Curatorial Development, Artist-Led Groups and Visual Arts and Craft Award schemes with Local Authority partners across Scotland. In recent years he has worked on Creative Scotland's youth employment initiatives developing Apprenticeships, Internships and Traineeships with partners and organisations in Scotland.


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Stephen Palmer
Stephen has worked in a range of capacities within the arts for many years particularly within film and the visual arts. Since 2007 he has been working at Scottish Arts Council and Creative Scotland developing the visual arts sector in Scotland through leading programmes on Curatorial Development, Artist-Led Groups, Collecting as well as through organisation and artist support. More recently he developed a youth employment initiative aiming to support young people getting paid experience and opportunities within the arts and creative industries and is currently working on Creative Scotland's Visual Arts Sector Review which is in its initial mapping stage.


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