Part of Margaret Tait Commission
We are offering BSL interpreted information sessions to discuss any aspect of the Margaret Tait Award nomination and Margaret Tait Residency application processes.
These information sessions are dedicated to D/deaf and Hard of Hearing people who use British Sign Language (BSL). The meetings will take place online with the support of a BSL interpreter.
We ask that people who do not require BSL interpretation book one of our other information sessions here
We are offering information sessions to discuss any aspect of the nomination and application processes. These 20 minute one-to-one meetings with Annie Crabtree, Project Manager, and a BSL interpreter, are aimed at the following people:
Those wanting to make a nomination for the Margaret Tait Award 2023.
Artists who are eligible for the Margaret Tait Award 2023.
Artists interested in applying for the Margaret Tait Residency 2023.
Information sessions are available on Wednesday 19 October at the following times: 2pm, 2:30pm, 3pm.
Once you have booked via Eventbrite we will email you directly to arrange a video link for the meeting.
After your meeting, we’ll ask you to complete a short, anonymous feedback form so we can monitor how useful the sessions are.
Image description: a black and white film still depicts a close up of a hand writing on a pad of paper with a pencil. We cannot decipher what the person is writing, only see a vague outline of words across the top of the page.
Signed in BSL BSL interpretation provided by SignLive.
The Margaret Tait Commission is a LUX Scotland commission delivered in partnership with Glasgow Film, with support from Creative Scotland.