13/08/2019

Radical Weave Exhibition Launch

This Thursday at 6pm, we’ll be launching our latest exhibition in the gallery space at 44 King Street. Our latest exhibition will be taking a look at weaving, providing a detailed look at the history of it in Stirling and how it’s still being done through local Stirling makers like Mairi Breslin […]
08/08/2019

Film at 44 King Street

Film has always been an important part of Creative Stirling’s programming – we’ve been doing pop-up cinema events since we started back in 2012, from family friendly outdoor screenings to cult films with a unique twist. It’s been a while since we’ve held some pop-up screenings, and we’re thrilled to be able […]
30/07/2019

Community Speaks: culture symposium event at 44 King St

We asked 4 questions that emerged from the culture symposium. Read on to see what folk said… It was lovely to see so many familiar face from the culture symposium on Thursday night for our revisiting of the event. It was even better still to welcome some new people too, who were […]

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27/03/2019

Stirling’s Culture Symposium

If you had a discussion with someone about Stirling’s creative identity in 5 years time, what would you like to hear them say? What will you say?  In 2018 Stirling became a Place Partnership area. This is a collaboration with Stirling’s Cultural Partnership, Creative Scotland and Stirling Council. The aim of Stirling’s Place Partnership […]
18/03/2019

All About Pecha Kucha

PechaKucha is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The slides proceed automatically and you talk along to the images as they go. It gets away from overly wordy presentations, keeps them short and sweet, and sometimes makes for an entertainingly speedy presentation!
29/11/2018

Place Partnership, an introduction

Today marks 4 weeks into my role as the Place Partnership project manager, 12 days in to be precise. If you’ve not heard about the Place Partnership yet, it’s a collaboration between Stirling Council and Creative Scotland that aims to develop connectivity and opportunity to enhance Stirling’s creative economy. You can read […]
29/11/2018

Window Wanderland – developing relationships with ‘top of the town’

Over the weekend of 10th/11th of November, windows of homes, shops and pubic buildings were illuminated as part of Mercat Cross Community Council and Creative Stirling’sWindow Wanderland project. Working with Allans primary school and nursery, Tollbooth, The Haven and the Darnley coffee house, two artists and members of the local community came […]