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Scottish Government emergency funds for Youth Arts

18 Youth Music and Youth Arts organisations have received a total of £1,053,000 to help the recovery of Youth Arts across Scotland and ensure creative opportunities for children and young people continue despite the Covid-19 pandemic. 

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Scottish Government emergency funds update: Culture Organisations and Venues Recovery Fund

A broad range of 203 organisations and venues across Scotland have received a total of £11.75million in emergency support through the Scottish Government’s Culture Organisations and Venue Recovery Fund. Support has been provided to a range of venues and organisations working in comedy, festivals, music, nightclubs, performing arts, publishing, visual arts, as well as the cultural support infrastructure. 

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Culture Collective Launches

New £1.5million initiative launches today: Wed 4 Nov 2020 

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Edinburgh creative projects share in over £1.6m National Lottery funds

The development of picture books for children with complex additional needs, a project to sustain community singing and an exhibition about life after lockdown are among the Edinburgh-based projects and research and development initiatives sharing in over £1.6million of National Lottery funding through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Fund awards.  

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Fife creative projects share in over £1.6m National Lottery funds

A newly conceived poetry festival and a series of music pieces exploring mental health are among the Fife-based projects and research and development initiatives sharing in over £1.6million of National Lottery funding through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Fund awards.  

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Glasgow creative projects share in over £1.6m National Lottery funds

A celebration of African and Caribbean dance, a nationwide digital youth theatre initiative, and a programme to commemorate the work of Alasdair Gray are among the Glasgow-based projects and research and development initiatives sharing in over £1.6million of National Lottery funding through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Fund awards.  

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Over £1.6m National Lottery funds reach creative projects

A nationwide digital youth theatre programme, a celebration of African and Caribbean dance and a newly conceived poetry festival are among 82 projects and research and development initiatives sharing in over £1.6million of National Lottery funding through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Fund awards.  

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Arts organisations act to broaden diversity

New opportunities to help broaden socio-economic diversity in the cultural sector 

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Scottish Government Emergency Funds

Delivery Partners confirmed for £5million Hardship Fund for Creative Freelancers 

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Visual Artist and Craft Maker Awards open for applications

Bursaries of up to £750 available

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Over £2.8m for Creative Freelancers and Organisations

Latest National Lottery awards made through Creative Scotland’s Open Fund: Sustaining Creative Development  

Fund receives additional £3.5m Scottish Government boost 

Fund threshold to rise to £100,000

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Maoinean èiginn Riaghaltas na h-Alba a’ ruighinn ionadan ealain-cluiche na Gàidhealtachd

Tha ionadan ealainean-cluich air feadh na Gàidhealtachd - Ionad Ealain Lyth, Ionad Nibheis agus Ionad Coimhearsnachd is Ealain Inbhir Narann ​​- air £236,000 fhaighinn uile gu lèir bhon ghairm fhosgailte airson tagraidhean gu Maoin Faochaidh Ionad Ealainean-cluich Riaghaltas na h-Alba tro Alba Chruthachail.