The two talk about the ethos and ideas behind Helm, and the need to support, advise, and offer help to artists of all kinds.
Kirsty relates Helm Arts to experiences in her own career, including the numerous collaborations, multi-disciplinary events, and other projects with which she has been involved over the years whether as producer, curator, or artist – sometimes all three.
It’s a fascinating insight into a life lived in the arts, a role which is vital to the well-being of any culture and its people.
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We will continue to bring you many and varied SWH! podcasts over the coming weeks and months. In the meantime you can always check out our back catalogue of over 160 interviews with some of the most interesting names in Scottish culture, including our Scottish Opera series and the Glasgow Film Festival 2020 podcasts.