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Filmmakers and artists head to Hawick for Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival

Over 50 filmmakers and artists from around the world will land in Hawick in the Scottish Borders on 2 March for the seventh edition of the Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, we find out from Creative Director Richard Ashrowan what to expect.

16 February 2017

#sugarwater - behind the scenes of Deaf and disabled theatre

The Glasgow Film Festival is screening #sugarwater - an eye-opening documentary following the first ever performance by pioneering Deaf and disabled theatre company, Graeae. Director and Producer Jo Lewis tells us why she felt this was an important tale to tell.

13 February 2017

Global makers to gather in Edinburgh

This March, makers from across the globe will gather in Edinburgh to exchange knowledge and ideas across cultures and borders. Maker Assembly Edinburgh will offer a range of talks, workshops and activities for anyone people interesting in making.

8 February 2017

Sharing Little Sparta

We find out more about the 2017 Sharing Little Sparta summer residency programme, open for applications until 17 February.

31 January 2017

Defying expectation: 404 Ink

We speak to Laura Jones and Heather McDaid, founders of new, alternative, independent publisher 404 Ink ahead of the publication of their debut book Nasty Women.

26 January 2017

Scottish makers go global with Etsy Resolution

For many craft makers, online sales are a vital part of their business. We hear from a couple of Scottish makers who have benefitted from an initiative to guide creatives on the process of starting their first online shop.

19 January 2017

2017: A year to celebrate Scotland's history, heritage and archaeology

Find out how you can explore Scotland's past throughout 2017, the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology.

19 January 2017

Scot:Lands heralds new year with celebration of Scottish culture

As Edinburgh stirs on New Year's Day, heavy-headed from the sparkling celebrations of the night before, the historic Old Town will be dusting itself off and throwing open the doors to more merriment in the shape of Scot:Lands - an ambitious celebration of Scotland's culture across nine mystery locations.

21 December 2016

Entertaining young audiences in Banchory at MiniFest

MiniFest was piloted in Banchory's Woodend Barn in 2015 and 2016. Here, producer Heather Fulton tells us about how the programme brought high quality performances to children, as well as their parents and carers, in the area.

15 December 2016

The Inventors of Tradition II

We hear more from Panel about their new publication with Atelier E.B that explores Scotland’s recent cultural past and how style can function as part of a broader political, social and cultural discourse.

12 December 2016

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

Results from our first Games Industry Survey

We are excited to share the results from our first survey to map the Games industry in Scotland, which ran from 22 January to 8 February 2016.

6 June 2016

The art is in the detail

Alison Stirling on Artlink's Ideas Team project

12 March 2015

We May Not Possess the Genius of Mr Holmes...

Lauren Neilly is one of 13 young people recently selected to be a member of Youth Arts Voice Scotland. Here she discusses the importance of giving young people a voice in Scotland's National Youth Arts Strategy, Time to Shine...

17 November 2014