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The People's Bank of Govanhill

Glasgow-based visual artist Ailie Rutherford and her community project The People’s Bank of Govanhill aims to explore new and alternative forms of local currency for Govanhill, inviting members of the community to re-imagine the local economy and re-define notions of value, worth and distribution.

21 June 2017

Changing lives through singing

We find out how FDAMH's Freedom of Mind Choir is having a huge impact on adults from Falkirk and the surrounding areas recovering from or living with mental ill-health, as well as reducing stigma and spreading the word about the importance of self-care.

15 June 2017

Hacking the Android Circuit

Bob Moyler's adaptation of Tom McGrath's sci-fi comedy, The Android Circuit, is a unique fusion of science and theatre. We hacked Bob's neural networks to find out more about the production, his inspiration, and the challenges of working with robots.

13 June 2017

Artists from Scotland making waves at major international events

Scotland is a distinctive creative nation connected to the world. We take a look at artists from Scotland who are presenting work at major international events and other venues this summer.

8 June 2017

New musical experiment The Secret North to tour Scotland

Six world-class musicians from Scotland, Northern Ireland and Scandinavia come together in a cross-cultural celebration of new music that bridges the divide between folk, classical, traditional and avant-garde in six new compositions.

7 June 2017

We're rolling... new life for the Screen Machine

The Screen Machine is rolling again after undergoing a major refit of the vehicle, which has added a minimum of six more years to its operational life. We went along to the opening screening in Brodick, Arran to find out more.

6 June 2017

Scotland at London Craft Week 2017

We look back at the Scottish presence at the third edition of London Craft Week that took place from Wednesday 3 to Sunday 7 May.

22 May 2017

Double Scottish success at Prestigious RPS Music Awards

East Neuk Festival and 14-18 Now's co-commission Memorial Ground picked up the Audiences and Engagement award and Lammermuir Festival saw success in the Concert Series and Festivals category at the highly prestigious annual awards ceremony.

10 May 2017

Glasgow-based theatre-makers bring Daphne Oram's legacy to life

From 10 May to 2 June, the award-winning Blood of the Young present their first touring stage production ‘Daphne Oram’s Wonderful World of Sound’.

9 May 2017

Music is Torture

Music is Torture is a new piece of darkly comic, gig-theatre featuring live music and new songs by Glasgow art-poppers A Band Called Quinn.

8 May 2017

Scotland's music on the world stage

In this article originally published by The Herald on Friday 9 June 2017, our Head of Music Alan Morrison reflects on Scotland's music's place on the global stage...

13 June 2017

Alan Morrison: Showcasing Scotland at The Great Escape 2017

Alan Morrison, Head of Music at Creative Scotland, reflects on two busy days of Scottish Showcases at The Great Escape in Brighton...

20 May 2017

Craft Scotland becomes a Scottish Living Wage employer

In this guest post, Craft Scotland explores the wide-reaching benefits of the Scottish Living Wage Accreditation.

4 May 2017

Surveying Scotland's Games Industry - The Next Level

Morgan Petrie, Creative Industries Manager, provides an update on our efforts to better understand Scotland’s Games Industry, and reports on future plans to take this work to the next level.

2 March 2017

Getting creative with care

Creative Learning Officer Sarah McAdam takes a look at some of the creative initiatives aimed at helping young people in care.

28 February 2017

Rosie Crerar on why Screen Equalities Matter

The Glasgow-based producer explains what Creative Scotland's Equality Matters Review could mean for Scotland's Screen Sector.

31 January 2017

Guest Blog: Jo Verrent welcomes Tramway's Unlimited Festival

Jo Verrent is a speaker, writer, activist and the senior producer for the UK Unlimited Commissions programme. As we look forward to Tramway's Unlimited Festival opening tomorrow, Jo shares some thoughts on the festival running from 15-25 September…

14 September 2016

Anticipating the Edinburgh Book Festival

Kaite Welsh, Literature Officer, gives us a few reasons why she's looking forward to this year's Edinburgh International Book Festival.

12 August 2016

Guest Blog: "Why do we need diversity?"

We share Cloudberry MacLean and Nosheen Khwaja from Glitch / Digital Desperados powerful opening statement from the Equalities panel at the Scotland Screen Summit 2016.

19 July 2016

Primary School wins 2016 Creative Learning Award

Creative Learning Coordinator Sarah McAdam shares an update from the 2016 Scottish Education Awards, where St Albert's Primary School in Glasgow picked up the Creative Learning Award.

8 June 2016