2012 - 2014
Cultural Celebration From 2012 – 2014
Our Cultural Plan for London 2012 and Glasgow 2014 aims to promote Scottish culture and creativity on the world stage and develop Scotland’s creative sector over this unique three year period. Beginning in 2012, the Year of Creative Scotland, and continuing into 2014, the cultural showcase will provide opportunities for the whole nation to take part in the celebrations.
The London 2012 and Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme and the Year of Creative Scotland will feature inspiring high quality events and artistic work that reaches out and engages with Scotland’s communities and visitors. It will involve the breadth of cultural life in Scotland - the people, the buildings, the streets, the cultural fabric and the landscapes of the nation. It will connect with the people of Scotland and Olympic and Commonwealth networks - forging international and national partnerships and helping us to understand our own diversity and identity.
- develop and present an inspiring programme of exemplary activity that provides meaningful cultural experiences for Scotland’s communities
- strengthen, support and sustain the cultural sector by creating new opportunities, increasing profile and nurturing collaborations
- challenge and inspire ambitious professional development within the cultural sector and across other sectors (sport, health, science, tourism, natural and built environment, education etc)
Keep checking these pages for the latest project news along with details of what's happening in your area and visit our funding section to find out if your project could qualify for funding from Creative Scotland as part of the 2012 - 2014 celebrations.
Main Image: Andy Manley, Rob Evans, macrobert and Imaginate's Mikey & Addie, part of the London 2012 Festival. Photo: Tommy Ga-Ken Wan.
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