Richardson, Craig (2014) Glasgow 1990: A ‘before and after’ in the Visual Arts of a European Capital of Culture. In: SOUND OUT: Discussing European Capital of Culture Legacies. Devised by 126 Artist-Run Gallery in partnership with European Capital of Culture Galway 2020 Bid Team, TULCA Festival of Visual Art 2014 and Adapt Galway, 15 November 2014, Galway, Ireland. (Unpublished)

SOUND OUT is an open, public discussion for Galway's local artists and organisations from both City and County. Arts workers in the visual arts, theatre, dance, literature, music, performance, art education are invited to come together and become informed about the bid process, contribute to the discussion and help identify possible benefits and shortfalls. The event will also highlight how strategic investment in the cultural infrastructure of the city in preparation for becoming a Capital of Culture can result in sustainable benefit to the arts community in Galway.
SOUND OUT will be a platform to ask questions and to learn ...
• How the Capital of Culture could benefit your local community. • What are the cultural impacts and possible long-term benefits of holding the title
“Capital of Culture” • What are the common difficulties that can arise within communities during ECoC. • Learn how you can get involved. • Hear from the European Capital of Culture Galway 2020 Bid Team about the
application process and what to expect over the coming month. • Hear from artists and researchers who have practical experience of the process and
the outcomes.

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