At the world premiere of Kate Davis’ Margaret Tait Award commission Charity (2017) on Monday 20 February, Glasgow Film Festival presented the 2017 Margaret Tait Award to Glasgow-based artist Sarah Forrest.
A special screening of Niall McCann's documentary Lost In France, exploring the rise of Scotland's independent music scene in the 90s, will be showing at 25 cinemas across the UK and Ireland as part of the Glasgow Film Festival.
Through the International Showcase Fund, Scottish artists are among the acts being supported to perform at the annual SXSW event in March, which combines music, film and interactive conferences and festivals.
Designed to encourage international publishers to translate works by Scottish writers, the Publishing Scotland Translation Fund has allocated £25,000 to overseas publishing houses from a variety of locations including Greece, Bulgaria, Estonia, Norway, Germany and France.
The second edition of the biennial Dance International Glasgow (DIG), which runs from Friday 21 April to Sunday 21 May, will feature a stunning range of work from some of today’s most exciting choreographers, directors and companies.
Across 18 incredible days Celtic Connections 2017 saw 2,375 musicians from 50 countries performing 800 hours (48,000 minutes) of music across 26 stages in venues throughout Glasgow over the course of the festival.