ArtWorks Scotland is a national professional development initiative for artists working in participatory settings. It is one of 5 projects across the UK that are part of ArtWorks: Developing Practice in Participatory Settings - a special initiative from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation - and is partnership funded by Creative Scotland.
The ArtWorks Scotland Action Plan is now available to view. It will be delivered through a series of pilot projects between March 2013 and the end of the project in October 2014.
The ArtWorks initiative aims to generate a step change in the availability of information and training provision for artists, through engagement with Higher and Further Education providers, cultural organisations and employers - as well as the artists themselves.
Artists, higher and further education institutions, cultural organisations and others who commission and employ artists will be able to take part in ArtWorks Scotland through a series of consultations and other events, and by keeping in touch with online postings and discussion.
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The ArtWorks initiative is a workforce scheme that seeks to meet the needs of artists at different stages in their careers - from the aspiring young artist embarking on training, to experienced practitioners who wish to progress their output. It is seeking to build on good practice to enhance the existing development infrastructure.
ArtWorks Scotland is part of UK wide programme of funding, ArtWorks: Developing Practice in Participatory Settings by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation (PHF) with support and funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, Creativity Culture & Education (supported by Arts Council England) and the Cultural Leadership Programme.
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