Our website uses cookies. See our cookies page for information about them and how you can remove or block them. Click here to opt in to our cookies

Regular Funding Network 2018-21

Drake Music Scotland

The aim of Regular Funding is to provide three-year funding support for a range and breadth of organisations that make a vital contribution to the current health and future development of the arts, screen and creative industries in Scotland. This route to funding is also a vital contributor to the delivery of the ambitions set out in our 10-year plan, Unlocking Potential, Embracing Ambition.

The 2018-21 Regular Funding Network consists of 121 organisations, of which 19 are new to Regular Funding and 102 continue their Regular Funding relationship, supported by £101.6m Grant in Aid funding and a three-year budget commitment from the Scottish Government.

Image: Drake Music – Same River Twice / Photo: Ian Watson, Studio Scotland

Regular Funding Organisations 2018-21

Download a list of Regularly Funded Organisations 2018-21 - including art form, location and award breakdowns - in Excel format.

Regular Funding Network 2018-21 Overview

Overview of the Regular Funding Network 2018-21 of 121 organisations, supported by £101.6m Grant in Aid funding, in PDF Format. (...)

Regular Funding 2018-21 Art Form and Theme Overviews

The Regular Funding Network 2018-21 consists of organisations working across craft, dance, literature, music, screen, theatre, visual art and other specialisms. See how each of these is represented and contributes to both the network and broader arts and culture in Scotland.

Regular Funding 2018-21 Info Sheets

We’ve produced the following visuals regarding the Regular Funding Network 2018-21, to provide key data at-a-glance.

Regular Funding 2018-21 FAQs

Answers to common questions about the Regular Funding Network 2018-21.

The Process

The Regular Funding programme opened for applications on 16 January 2017, with a deadline of 3 April 2017. The network of Regularly Funded Organisations (RFOs) for 2018-21 was announced on 25 January 2018.