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Resources

This section contains a database of all Creative Scotland's publications as well as a growing list of external resources for the arts, screen and creative industries.

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Away with the Birds

Away with the Birds gave a unique insight into Gaelic song exploring the close relationship between bird, human and ecology on the Isle of Canna.

10 December 2015

Burgh Hall refurb to reinvigorate Dunoon

The redevelopment of a historic 19th Century hall into a vibrant cultural centre is intended to stimulate wider regeneration in the coastal town of Dunoon.

10 December 2015

New partnerships unlock Aberdeen’s creative potential

Embracing the contribution that places make to a creative Scotland, the Aberdeen Place Partnership looked to work with key partners across the city to address the challenges and opportunities facing its cultural sector.

10 December 2015

Glasgow hub tackles gap in youth arts provision

Glasgow Youth Arts Hub was established by Glasgow Connected Arts Network and partners to provide organisations and young people with a central point for learning, signposting and engagement in the city and beyond.

10 December 2015

Playtime adventures at Baltic Street

Baltic Street Adventure Playground is a supervised child-led adventure playground for children from 6 to 12 years.

24 November 2015

Annual Plan 2014-15

The Annual Plan for 2014-15 details our activities for the year, budgets and performance measures. It also explains how we will deliver our work to support the ambitions and priorities set out earlier this year in Creative Scotland’s 10-year shared plan, Unlocking Potential, Embracing Ambition.

11 June 2014

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Inspire Process Evaluation Executive Summary

The Scottish Arts Council commissioned an evidence based process evaluation of the Inspire and Inspiring Communities fund. The evaluation focused on the development of the Inspire and Inspiring Communities fund, in particular the development of the vision and aims, the design and establishment of the fund, the resources involved and the management and ongoing development of the programme.

1 April 2010