Presentations and Notes from SSF Development Day 2024

2024-04-TRACS-Storytelling in the Community_M Bennett01 Development Day Presentation Storytelling and Drama in Scottish Prisons Presentation We’ve all got a story Cooking Tales  

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SSF Statement of Accounts and Activity 2022/23

SSF REPORT& ACCS 2022-23 SIGNED

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Twenty Year Syne

A sense o the past, in ballad and tale, Buried ower deep, it whiles can seem frail But it aye wants tae thrive, tae dance an tae sing Tradition’s a chiel that juist winna ding   Sae let’s hae a cheer for the auld clootie well A cheer for the Hogmanay pairty an aa A … Continued

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Traditional Dance Forum of Scotland Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2023

Preview and download Traditional Dance Forum of Scotland Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2023 here.  Enjoy the first of the four-page online publication featuring the highlights of our activities and download the entire Highlights publication here.

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Trad Dance Highlights 2022-23

What does a year in the life of Traditional Dance of Scotland look like? Rewind back to relive our Traditional Dance Forum of Scotland highlights for the year April 2022 – March 2023. Spot some of the dance activities we initiated, produced or supported. Check the facts and figures, including of our reviews, newsletters, socials … Continued

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Illustrated Freelancer’s Guide

“We are encouraged to become… microentrepreneurs of the self, acting as if we are our own, precarious, freelance microenterprises in a context in which we are being steadily deprived of employment rights, public services and welfare support.” Gary Hall in “The Uberfication of the University”   This is the fitting preface of The Illustrated Freelancer’s … Continued

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Traditional Music Forum – Statement of accounts and annual report 2021-2022

TMF Statement of accounts and annual report 2021-2022

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Ceilidh and Autism

This is a 30 minute video introduction to an inclusive ceilidh with a specific focus on autism. It includes edited highlights narrated by Bernie Hewitt following our Traditional Dance Forum of Scotland Autism-friendly Ceilidh event, which was held on 16 October 2021 at Dysart Community Hall, Fife to an invited audience from across Fife. It … Continued

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Towards a Scottish Traditional Music Archive – Report

A day conference took place on Saturday 11th June 2022 at the Scottish Storytelling Centre in Edinburgh, to discuss what steps we might take towards the establishment of a Scottish Traditional Music Archive. Click here to read the report

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Year of Stories’ Blog: A Kist Full of Gems – by Jess Smith

Jess Smith- 1st blog

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