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Celebrating International Women's Day 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

How Deveron Arts made an entire town its venue

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.

Thank You Scotland: Hinterland

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.

Catching up with Make Works

We hear from Fi Scott, founder of manufacturing platform Make Works...

Discovering Akiha Den Den

We find out about a new unique six-part audio-drama series created in North East Scotland by writer/director Neil Cargill and musician/sound designer Simon James.

Thank You Scotland: Birnam Arts

Hear from Rhona, a participant of classes at Birnam Arts in Perthshire, on why funding for the arts has been so valuable to her and the local community.