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International Opportunities - January Round Up

Read our January 2022 round-up of international opportunities, resources and information.

A Guide to What’s on this Winter

This Christmas might not be the return to the normal festive season we all anticipated – nevertheless we’re here to celebrate all things creative with our curated guide to the markets, events, exhibitions, and shows taking place this winter.

Arts Culture Health and Wellbeing Scotland

We spoke to Robbie and Claire from Arts Culture Health and Wellbeing Scotland about the network and why it's such an important community to become a part of.

LGBT+ History Month: What’s on

This LGBT+ History Month, learn about the past and champion equality for the future through these events taking place online from the arts in Scotland.

A Guide to What's On This Winter

Though an unusual festive season is upon us, brighten your winter with this round up of things to do, see, listen to and buy from across Scotland.

FOTAM 2020: Redefining Value in the Art Market

Can value in the art market be reconfigured beyond the privileged few? What would be the economics of such models? These were the questions being answered at FOTAM 2020: Redefining Value in the Art Market.

Applying to arts commissioning programme Unlimited

Find out all about the Unlimited arts programme, which supports the development of exceptional new work from disabled artists, opening for applications on Thursday 1 October.

From Inverleith House to Climate House

Emma Nicolson, Head of Creative Programmes at Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh, talks about Climate House and the new strategy, By Leaves We Survive.

Safeguarding Online Practices: Indepen-dance

Part three of our series on safeguarding online practices focuses on Indepen-dance. Indepen-dance is an award winning inclusive dance company for disabled and non-disabled people to enjoy, express, and fulfil their potential through dance.

Circular Arts Network

CAN is a circular economy tool created to support the arts. Designed it to be a ‘go-to’ location that helps people working in the arts reuse and recycle easily; while also supporting other sectors to recycle their excess materials in a different way.