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Plans & Strategy Documents

Annual Plans

Our Annual Plans set out our priority areas of work, our funding and our budgets for the current financial year. This plan will set out in detail the work that we will deliver in our role as a funder, developer, influencer and advocate for the wide range of sectors that (...)

Arts Strategy 2016-17

This Arts Strategy sets out Creative Scotland’s commitment to increasing the reach, relevance and contribution that artists and art make to life in Scotland.

Creative Industries Strategy 2016-17

This Creative Industries Strategy is one of three, sitting alongside the strategies for Arts and Screen. It focuses on supporting creative companies and businesses aiming to be self-sustaining. All three strategies will be reviewed and refreshed in 2017.

Creative Scotland on Screen: Film Strategy 2014-17

The Film Strategy explains how we will work with the sector and public partners within the context of the ambitions set out in our 10-year plan, Unlocking Potential, Embracing Ambition, in the context of film.

Creative Scotland's Corporate Parenting Plan

This Action Plan sets out what we will undertake up to April 2018 in order to fulfil our statutory duties as a Corporate Parent, under The Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014.

Creative Scotland's Strategic Plans

Creative Scotland has a 10-year plan setting out a shared vision for the arts, screen and creative industries in Scotland. The plan also sets out our ambitions for the next 10 years, underpinned by the priorities that will frame our work over the next three years.

Gaelic Language Plan

This is the second Creative Scotland Gaelic Language Plan and it will cover the years 2017-22. This Plan will be published in draft form on 17 August 2017 and will be open for public consultation until 14 September 2017.

Scotland's Creative Industries Partnership

Scotland's Creative Industries Partnership (SCIP) was established in 2009 by the Scottish Government and remitted to Creative Scotland to chair.

Scotland's Creative Learning Plan 2013

Scotland’s Creative Leaning Plan is the result of work by a partnership of organisations working across Scotland in education and creativity and sets out an ambitious vision for creativity in education over the next 10 years.

Scots Language Policy

Creative Scotland's first Scots Language Policy, underlines our commitment to supporting the language through our own work and the work that we fund across the arts, screen and creative industries.

Time to Shine Resources

Published on 8 November 2013, Time to Shine is Scotland's first National Youth Arts Strategy.