Philanthropy, Culture, Arts and Heritage
On Monday, 17th October, The Centre for the Study of Philanthropy & Public Good held a roundtable discussion exploring the relationship between philanthropy, culture, arts and heritage. This was hosted at the offices of Anderson Strathern LLP in Edinburgh and co-organised with the Royal Society of Arts Fellows’ Borders and MCICH Network Chairman, Ann Packard. Bringing together key representatives and stakeholders from the areas of philanthropy, culture, arts and heritage, the event: gauged individual and organisational perceptions and experiences of the area, identified knowledge gaps and research needs, and highlighted opportunities for development and collaborations.
From left to right, our picture shows: Dr Deborah Mays, CEO of The Heritage Place, Dr Tobias Jung, Director of The Centre for the Study of Philanthropy & Public Good, Ann Packard FRSA HonFRIAS, and Stuart Beattie, Director of Scotland’s Churches Trust.