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
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
We hear more from Panel about their new publication with Atelier E.B that explores Scotlandâs recent cultural past and how style can function as part of a broader political, social and cultural discourse.
12 December 2016
Deveron Arts is a contemporary arts organisation based in Huntly, a small market town in the north east of Scotland. Working with the people of the town since 1995, we spoke to director Claudia Zeiske as they prepare to celebrate the organisation's 21st birthday.
29 November 2016
On 2 December exhibition Every Woman Super Woman opens at Edinburgh's Central library, marking the culmination of two projects that saw Stills and Edinburgh Art Festival work with Young Saheliya, a support service for young BME women. We find out more about the projects and the upcoming exhibition.
23 November 2016
A platform for ambitious performance by young theatre-makers, the Chrysalis Festival returns from Friday 18 to Sunday 20 November 2016 at Edinburghâs Traverse Theatre. We find out more from Youth Theatre Arts Scotland CEO Kenny McGlashanâ¦
16 November 2016
This Global Entrepreneurship Week (14-20 November) BAFTA award-winning filmmaker Carol Cooke launches a ground-breaking documentary campaign - Barefoot in Business - that follows the fortunes of Ugandaâs growing band of businesswomen.
14 November 2016
NVA's Hinterland is the latest project to be featured in a series of specially commissioned films highlighting the breadth and depth of National Lottery arts funding in Scotland.
10 November 2016
From 9 - 13 November the NEoN Digital Arts Festival will explore how physical urban space and virtual information space are inseparably intertwined as it hosts exhibitions, workshops, talks, conferences, live performances and public discussions across the city of Dundee. We spoke to associate curator Sarah Cook about the inspiration behind the festival, now in its seventh year.
8 November 2016
We hear from four of Time to Shineâs national youth arts advisory group Youth Arts Voice Scotland about their experience of helping to deliver the youth-led TTS Unconvention.
4 November 2016
Jo Verrent is a speaker, writer, activist and the senior producer for the UK Unlimited Commissions programme. As we look forward toÂ Tramway's Unlimited Festival opening tomorrow, Jo shares some thoughts on the festival running from 15-25 Septemberâ¦
14 September 2016
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
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
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
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
Alison Stirling on Artlink's Ideas Team project
12 March 2015
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