Interpret Scotland

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Interpret Scotland is an inter-agency initiative between Scottish organisations concerned with heritage interpretation. It was begun in 1997 and its key aims are to :

  • Improve the quality and quantity of interpretation in Scotland
  • Promote the co-ordination of interpretation at local and strategic level
  • Share resources, expertise and experience to avoid duplicating effort

The Interpret Scotland journal, which is published twice a year, has been running since 2000 and includes articles on all facets of interpretation. Interpret Scotland can be credited with raising awareness of professional heritage interpretation within Scotland, particularly through inter-agency support and networking.

Together with the Association for Heritage Interpretation, Interpret Scotland established a steering group which planned and carried out The Vital Spark Interpretation Conference.

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The Interpret Scotland steering group has expanded over the years and currently consists of :-

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