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Creative companies receive funding to Stay, See, Share

Seven creative businesses from across Scotland have been selected to participate in the Stay, See, Share initiative, supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland. 

Helen Sedgwick (copyright Michael Gallacher)

Helen Sedgwick appointed 2021 Dr Gavin Wallace Fellow

Writer Helen Sedgwick has been appointed as the 2021 Dr Gavin Wallace Fellow, supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland.   

Youth Arts Fund Bursaries

Youth Arts Bursaries: £300K for early career artists and creative practitioners aged 18-24

Today, Tuesday 13 July, Creative Scotland publishes details of funding from the Scottish Government to support early career artists and creative practitioners aged 18-24 across Scotland in the wake of Covid-19.  

Glasgow image - Sequoia band

Glasgow projects share over £300,000 for creative development

24 Glasgow-based projects are sharing in over £300,000 of Scottish Government and National Lottery funds through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Fund awards.  

Edinburgh image - Oskar Kirk Hansen as his alter ego Mystika Glamoor credit Liam Bakker

Edinburgh projects share over £145,000 for creative development

Nine Edinburgh-based projects are sharing over £145,000 Scottish Government and National Lottery funds through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Fund awards.  

Dundee image - Taylor Dyson and Calum Kelly from Elfie Picket Theatre

Creative Scotland Open Fund supports Dundee-based theatre projects

Two Dundee-based theatre projects are sharing over £16,000 of Scottish Government and National Lottery funds through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Fund awards.  

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Aberdeen creative community projects share in over £94,000

Two Aberdeen-based projects are sharing in over £94,000 of Scottish Government and National Lottery funds through the latest round of Creative Scotland’s Open Fund.  

National Release - Oi Musica core band credit H. Longwell

Over £732,000 of National Lottery and Scottish Government funds for creative projects and development

45 projects are sharing in over £732,000 of National Lottery and Scottish Government funding through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Fund awards. 

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Climate Challenge: 1.5 Degree Films to Launch Summer 2021

Youth groups, schools, community organisations, activist groups and individuals of all ages, abilities and filmmaking experience will soon be invited to take part in a major Challenge to create 90‑second short films in response to climate change, to be screened in and around this November’s UN Climate Change Conference (COP26).

Further emergency funding

Further emergency funding for Culture Organisations and Performing Arts Venues

For immediate release 10 June 2021

Today, Thursday 10 June 2021, Creative Scotland announces details of £25m additional emergency funds to help cultural organisations and venues prevent insolvency or significant job losses due to the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. This funding was confirmed by the Scottish Government on 02 June.

Rebecca Wade, Abertay University

‘Climate Beacon’ to link creativity and climate change in Tayside for COP26

Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre, the James Hutton Institute, V&A Dundee, Dundee Museum of Transport and others are coming together to inspire public engagement and positive action in the Tayside in the run up to and beyond the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference, taking place in Glasgow this November.  

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‘Climate Beacon’ to link creativity and climate change in the Outer Hebrides for COP26

An Lanntair arts centre, Taigh Chearsabhagh museum and arts centre, Community Energy Scotland, Western Isles Libraries and others are coming together to inspire public engagement and positive action in the Outer Hebrides in the run up to and beyond the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference, taking place in Glasgow this November.