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“Time to Shine” Youth Arts Strategy

Part of the debate – in the Scottish Parliament on 14th May 2014.

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Photo of Liam McArthur Liam McArthur Liberal Democrat

The cabinet secretary has—quite rightly—drawn attention to the big noise projects in Raploch and Govanhill. However, she will recall that a while ago the Education and Culture Committee took evidence from Creative Scotland in which it conceded that difficulties exist in expanding access to the broad range of arts and culture beyond those who already have such interactions. Can she point to any examples that suggest that the new initiatives might make more progress than we have been able to make to date?