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Scotland’s oldest purpose built cinema, a community hub in Inverkip and a citizen group tackling social isolation in Dundee are among the 10 community groups from across Scotland to receive new funding to transform the local cinema going experience.
New Rona Munro drama ‘James IV - Queen of the Fight’ to tour large scale Scottish venues, April - June 2021
Tha sreath dràma TBh sa Ghàidhlig do chloinn agus prògram aithriseach mu mar a tha èiginn na gnàth-shìde ag aonachadh choimhearsnachdan anns na h-Eileanan Siar agus anns a’ Ghraonlainn am measg an raoin eadar-mheasgte de choimiseanan susbaint ùra a chaidh ainmeachadh le companaidhean riochdachaidh neo-eisimeileach Albannach tron Mhaoin Susbaint Craolaidh aig Sgrìn Alba.
Cultural organisations across Scotland are today, Thursday 5 December, invited to take action to broaden socio-economic diversity and inclusion in the arts, by hosting paid, year-long creative Fellowships through the Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries programme.
Adaptation of Bestselling Novel Elizabeth is Missing helps trainees get their start in Scotland’s TV industry
Elizabeth is Missing starring double Academy award-winning actress Glenda Jackson (Women in Love, A Touch of Class) in her first on-screen role for over 25 years will feature scenes shot on location in Glasgow when it airs on BBC One on Sunday at 9pm.
A bestselling children’s book, a new Gaelic language children’s TV drama series and a documentary about the climate crisis uniting communities in the Scottish Hebrides and Greenland are among a diverse mix of new content commissions announced by independent Scottish production companies through Screen Scotland’s Broadcast Content Fund.
A new round of funding has been announced today, to support talented young Scots traditional musicians and dancers.
A Govanhill-based community space dedicated to DIY publishing, a community theatre project telling the stories of daily life in coastal communities, and the 38th edition of New Writing Scotland are among the 41 awards made in the latest round of National Lottery funding through Creative Scotland’s Open Project Fund.
First program details unveiled:
Over 150 performances between January and March 2020 by Scotland’s finest Traditional, Gaelic and Celtic musicians at over 70 Australian festivals and venues, in more than 60 towns and cities, nationwide.
With many more to be announced in the new year…
Award winning, internationally acclaimed Aberdeen artist’s film receives homecoming screening at Belmont Filmhouse
Aberdeen’s Belmont Filmhouse will host a special film screening this month of new work by award winning, internationally acclaimed artist, Charlotte Prodger.
Cromarty Lighthouse art installation to illuminate stories of female scientists after receiving National Lottery Funding
Cromarty Lighthouse will be seen as never before next March with a new art installation inspired by pioneering women scientists which is being supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland’s Open Project Fund.
Rising stars of Scotland’s traditional music scene, Ryan Young and Jenn Butterworth are to receive top slot at the World Music Expo, WOMEX, in Tampere, Finland this Thursday, 14 October 2019.