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SCAN submits evidence to the Scottish Parliament's Culture Committee on the impacts of Covid-19
We have submitted evidence to the ongoing inquiry by the Scottish Parliament’s Committee on Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs (CTEEA) into the impacts of Covid-19 on the culture sector.
The inquiry, which launched at the end of April and is a rolling inquiry, aims to seek more information about the impacts of Covid 19 on all aspects of the culture sector. Anyone can submit evidence directly to the CTEEA, and we will also continue to add to our submission as the situation changes.
We put our submission together using data from our recent sector survey, as well as additional evidence from discussions with members since March. The aim is to give an overall picture of what we are hearing from our members, in terms of impacts to the visual art infrastructure as well as an overview of the positive work that the contemporary visual art community are continuing to carry out during lockdown.
If you would like to add to this submission, or have views you would like us to share in an additional submission, please let us know.