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23 MAY


CABN’s first PechaKucha Night of 2019 is taking place on Thursday 23rd May.  The theme for this night is 'Connected' or 'Connection' in relation to wellbeing and mental health as part of the Scottish Mental Health & Arts Festival

We are delighted to have presenting:

Graeme Nisbet, Artist & Coordinator of Think Thrive!

Mandy Rose, The Empowered Women Project

Lara Greene, Artist & CABN Advocate

Kirstyn Jane Boyle, Artist & Coordinator of Uneventful

Steph Mackenzie, NHS Health Improvement Specialist - Mental Health

Chris Kent, Artist

Tom Murray, Writer

This is a great networking opportunity and the bar will be open!

To RSVP for this event, please contact CABN or please go to our eventbrite link to book your free ticket.   You can rock up on the night too - but if you can pre-book it helps us know how many folks to expect when setting up the space.

Please note - the Event is Free but with suggested donation of £2 towards the PechaKucha Global Fund which supports PechaKucha events and administration internationally.

@ Mac Arts
Bridge St
Galashiels Scottish Borders TD1 1SP
May 23, 2019
7:00pm - 9:00pm
200 seats available
Tom Murray
Writer, Self-Employed in Galashiels
Kirstyn Jane Boyle
Visual Artist, Freelance in Galashiels
Graeme Nisbet
Artist; Writer; Researcher; Facilitator; Director and Trustee, Think Thrive! CIC in Galashiels
Steph Mackenzie
Health Improvement Specialist (Mental Health), Health Improvement Team, Public Health Directorate, Scottish Borders Council / NHS Borders in Galashiels
Chris Kent
Artist, Self-Employed in Galashiels
Lara Greene
Artist, Self-Employed in Galashiels