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OPEN MON—SAT, 10 a.m.—-5.30 p.m.
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" “Ii-'TTTE PEOPLE CAN’T GET To THE ' GALLERY, WE TAKE THE GALLERY TO THE PEOPLE.
The Travelling Gallery is just one way we go and concert tickets is paid for before you pay
out of our way to make art more accessible to for them.
people. The rest is met by the Scottish Arts Council, Another is the fact that, thanks to subsidies, local authorities and private sponsors.
most galleries are free. Arts subsidies aren’t just for artists. They/re And much of the real cost of theatre for everyone.
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