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Succession, starring Emmy Award-Winning Scottish actor Brian Cox (Medici, War & Peace, Churchill) will feature scenes shot in Scotland in two episodes over the next fortnight which used Scottish-based crew, including three trainees through Screen Academy Scotland’s Screen NETS Programme, who worked in the locations, grip and costume departments.
On Friday 27 September (18:30), An Lanntair on the Isle of Lewis will host a special screening of Charlotte Prodger’s new major single channel video work SaF05. Tickets are available here: https://tinyurl.com/yxd69sol
Scottish artists, bands and ensembles are invited to apply for funding to take up new international touring opportunities secured during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe through the Made in Scotland Onward Touring Fund which has to date supported 91 productions to tour across six continents, visiting 42 countries.
Tha Alba Chruthachail air Plana Cànain Gàidhlig na buidhne fhoillseachadh, le fios air gealltanasan a thaobh taic do chànan agus cultar na Gàidhlig tarsainn nan ealan, sgrìn agus gnìomhachasan cruthachail thairis air an ath trì bliadhna. https://www.creativescotland.com/resources/our-publications/plans-and-strategy-documents/gaelic-language-plan
Creative Scotland has published its Gaelic Language Plan, detailing commitments for support of Gaelic language and culture across the arts, screen and creative industries over the next three years. https://www.creativescotland.com/resources/our-publications/plans-and-strategy-documents/gaelic-language-plan
David Smith, Managing Director of Glasgow-based TV production company Matchlight has been appointed as Director of Screen at Screen Scotland.
Artist residencies, public exhibitions and performances at Edinburgh’s Royal Botanical Gardens; a new play from award winning playwright Julia Taudevin, created in collaboration with acclaimed writer Kieran Hurley; and a giant 10m puppet and a programme aimed at developing young people’s skills in textiles, are among the 40 projects sharing over £600,000 of National Lottery funding through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Project fund awards
Visual Artists and Craft Makers across the country are invited to apply for a new round of grants of between £500 - £1,500 for the development of their practice.
A new initiative to help improve the lives of older people through creativity, is being launched today, Tuesday 27 August , by Luminate in partnership with the Care Inspectorate, Creative Scotland and the Baring Foundation. Application deadline: noon, Wednesday 11 September 2019: https://gapi.io/65VP