Scotland's most ambitious street arts programme

Motion S4M-04118: Joan McAlpine, South Scotland, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 13/09/2012
Congratulating UZ Arts Roofless Project 
That the Parliament recognises what it believes has been the success of Roofless, which it considers to be Scotland’s most ambitious street arts programme; notes that it was launched in 2012 by UZ Arts; understands that it is designed to engage directly with communities across the country; congratulates what it believes to have been fantastic shows in Gatehouse, Moniaive and Ecclefechan; notes that the Halls of Fame finale will take place in Dumfries on 16 September 2012 and that this will consist of free street theatre, performance, installations and the interactive musical condor, Buzzbeak; appreciates the hard work and dedication of all of the UZ Arts team, local artists and community members on the success of the project, and wishes them luck for the final day in Dumfries and Galloway.

Supported by: David Torrance, Richard Lyle, Annabelle Ewing, Kenneth Gibson, Aileen McLeod, Jim Hume, Mike MacKenzie, Rob Gibson, Chic Brodie, Dennis Robertson, Adam Ingram, Colin Beattie, Fiona McLeod, Marco Biagi, Bill Kidd, Jim Eadie

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