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Emergency Scottish Government relief funds to support performing arts venues reach Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre
Dundee Rep Theatre and Scottish Dance Theatre has received £480,907 from the Scottish Government's Performing Arts Venues Relief Fund.
Twenty venues across Scotland have received a total of £7.5m from the first strand of the Scottish Government’s £12.5m Performing Arts Venues Relief Fund.
Following today’s announcement by the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon of a £2.5m increase to the Scottish Government’s Performing Arts Venues Relief Fund, taking the total available through the fund to £12.5m, Creative Scotland has, today, published guidance on how to access this fund.
Today, Wednesday 29 July 2020, the Unlimited arts programme - which supports the development of exceptional new work from disabled artists - has published their Fund guidance ahead of an application open date of Thursday 1 October 2020.
Creating Inclusion: new support to tackle under-representation in the arts, screen and creative industries
A theatre project about the lived experience of disability, album recordings and a film project highlighting the experiences of LGBTQIA refugees are among the 25 projects to receive support in the latest round of Create: Inclusion funding, through Creative Scotland.
Maoineachadh às ùr airson ceòl agus dannsa traidiseanta Albannach do dhaoine òga anns a’ Ghàidhealtachd agus na h-Eileanan
Tha Ceòlas Uibhist agus Fèisean nan Gàidheal air maoineachadh fhaighinn bho Mhaoin Leasachadh Òigridh Tàtu Armailteach Dhùn Èideann tro Alba Chruthachail, gus cuideachadh a bhrosnachadh do dhaoine òga gus an sgilean agus an tàlantan a leasachadh ann an ceòl agus dannsa traidiseanta na h-Alba.
Two projects in the Borders have received new funding from The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo Youth Development Fund through Creative Scotland, to enhance opportunities for young people to develop their skills and talent in traditional Scottish music and culture.
An Ayrshire project has received new funding from The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo Youth Development Fund through Creative Scotland, to enhance opportunities for young people to develop their skills and talent in traditional Scottish music and dance.
Three projects across Edinburgh and the Lothians have received new funding to offer local young people the chance to get involved in traditional Scottish music and dance.
Sound Waves (SCIO) has received new funding from The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo Youth Development Fund, in a partnership with Creative Scotland, to bring together young musicians from across Mull and beyond to celebrate the island’s rich tradition of fiddle-playing, helping to sustain it for the future.