Trailblazing GLITCH Film Festival returns for its second edition, running from 24 March to 1 April 2017.
24 March 2017
TAKTAL Director Helen Teeling tells us more about the art, design and architecture summer school and event programme.
21 March 2017
We hear from some of the designers and makers who showcased at the American Craft Show Baltimore in February 2017.
16 March 2017
Faslane is a unique one-woman show about the UK's nuclear deterrent, written and performed by Jenna Watt. Following an award-winning Edinburgh Fringe debut last year the show is now preparing for its UK tour. We caught up with Jenna and producer Callum Smith to hear about the journey so far.
15 March 2017
We recognise just some of the female practitioners working across the arts, screen and creative industries in Scotland today who are creating bold work and leading change.
8 March 2017
Contemporary painter Marissa Stoffer tell us about the work created during a month-long residency in the Finnish countryside that will be exhibited as part of the Syn Festival in Edinburgh from Thursday 9 March until Wednesday 22 March.
7 March 2017
A new exhibition of weird and wonderful costumes and humorous, made-up slogans has been created by a group of artists, some who have learning disabilities. We spoke to the group to find out how they've found the ideal conditions for creativity.
7 March 2017
We speak to artist Ilana Halperin and curator Naoko Mabon ahead of the opening of their geothermal art/science project Geologic Intimacy (Yu no Hana) at Aberdeen's Peacock Visual Arts on 30 March 2017.
28 February 2017
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
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
Morgan Petrie, Creative Industries Manager, provides an update on our efforts to better understand Scotlandâs Games Industry, and reports on future plans to take this work to the next level.
2 March 2017
Creative Learning Officer Sarah McAdam takes a look at some of the creative initiatives aimed at helping young people in care.
28 February 2017
The Glasgow-based producer explains what Creative Scotland's Equality Matters Review could mean for Scotland's Screen Sector.
31 January 2017
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