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Dumfries and Galloway interactive arts project shares in Scottish Government funds

A new interactive art project for Dumfries and Galloway has been awarded £14,994 development funding from the Scottish Government through Creative Scotland’s Open Fund: Sustaining Creative Development

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Glasgow’s creative freelancers and projects share in over £377K of National Lottery and Scottish Government funds

Two community arts programmes aimed at celebrating and fostering creativity, and a multi-artform project drawing links between Glasgow’s past and its present are among the Glasgow-based projects and research and development initiatives sharing in over £377,155 of National Lottery and Scottish Government funding through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Fund awards. 

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Scottish Government emergency funds for Youth Arts in East Ayrshire

East Ayrshire Council has received a total of £35,000 to help the recovery of youth arts provision across East Ayrshire, ensuring employment for youth arts practitioners and creative opportunities for children and young people continue despite the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Over £848K of National Lottery and Scottish Government funds for Creative Development and Activity

47 projects are sharing in over £848K of National Lottery and Scottish Government funding through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Fund awards.  

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Scottish Government emergency funds for Youth Arts in Renfrewshire

PACE Theatre Company and SambaYaBamba have received a total of £47.5K to help the recovery of youth arts provision across Renfrewshire, ensuring employment for youth arts practitioners and creative opportunities for children and young people continue despite the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Scottish Government emergency funds for Youth Arts in South Lanarkshire

Action for Children have received £50K to help the recovery of youth arts provision in South Lanarkshire, ensuring employment for youth arts practitioners and creative opportunities for children and young people continue despite the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Scottish Government emergency funds for Youth Arts in North Lanarkshire

Action for Children have received £50K to help the recovery of youth arts provision in North Lanarkshire, ensuring employment for youth arts practitioners and creative opportunities for children and young people continue despite the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Scottish Government emergency funds for Youth Arts in Moray

Fèis Rois and Findhorn Bay Arts have received a total of £98K to help the recovery of youth arts provision across Renfrewshire, ensuring employment for youth arts practitioners and creative opportunities for children and young people continue despite the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Scottish Government emergency funds for Youth Arts in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire

Fèis Rois and Aberdeen City Council Creative Learning have received a total of £98K to help the recovery of youth arts provision across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire, ensuring employment for youth arts practitioners and creative opportunities for children and young people continue despite the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Scottish Government emergency funds for Youth Arts in the Borders

Scottish Borders Council have received £50K to help the recovery of youth arts provision across the area, ensuring employment for youth arts practitioners and creative opportunities for children and young people continue despite the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Scottish Government emergency funds for Youth Arts in Fife

Fife Cultural Trust has received a total of £50,000 to help the recovery of youth arts provision across Fife, ensuring employment for youth arts practitioners and creative opportunities for children and young people continue despite the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Scottish Government emergency funds for Youth Arts in Glasgow

Three youth arts and civil society organisations have received a total of £103K to help the recovery of youth arts provision across Glasgow, ensuring employment for youth arts practitioners and creative opportunities for children and young people continue despite the COVID-19 pandemic.