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Creative Scotland Research

Implications of the EU referendum for the creative and cultural sector in Scotland

Published: 07 Nov 2016

This report summaries the responses to a survey Creative Scotland conducted to better understand how the EU referendum result might affect the work of organisations and individuals within Scotland’s arts, screen and creative industries.

Creative Learning Review

Published: 28 Jun 2016

Creative Scotland undertook a review of our creative learning remit during 2016/17. This review intended to support Creative Scotland and the wider sector to develop a shared understanding of creative learning so that it can be effectively embedded across all of our work and across the work of the organisations we fund. The review will inform Creative Scotland’s future priorities for work in this area over the next five years.

Mapping Film Exhibition in Scotland

Published: 10 Jun 2016

The results of research into public screening facilities across Scotland are outlined in a report by Drew Wylie Ltd for Creative Scotland.

Screen Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion Survey Findings

Published: 26 May 2016

As part of the Screen Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion Review, this wide-ranging survey gathered practitioners’ experiences and views on perceived barriers to participation and progression in the Sector.

Arts and Criminal Justice Programme Evaluation

Published: 04 Feb 2016

This evaluation focusses on a number of arts projects within both the criminal and community justice systems funded through the Arts and Criminal Justice Programme.

Time to Shine - the story so far

Published: 16 Nov 2015

A brief overview of the work to date on Time to Shine, Scotland’s National Youth Arts Strategy.

Evaluation of Youth Music Initiative

Published: 07 Oct 2015

A new report reveals the positive and wide reaching impact on young people of the nationwide Youth Music Initiative.

Evaluation of Cashback for Creativity Phase 2

Published: 14 Sep 2015

An independent evaluation report on phase 2 of the Cashback for Creativity programme.

Evaluation of Luminate 2012-14

Published: 30 Jun 2015

This final report builds on the findings of the previous interim report to present a complete evaluation of the first three years of the Luminate Festival.

Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme Evaluation

Published: 08 Jun 2015

The XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow provided Scotland with a significant opportunity to create a long-lasting, meaningful cultural legacy that would reinforce the contribution a strong, vibrant cultural offer brings to our all our lives, as well as enhancing how we are perceived nationally and internationally. This evaluation of the Cultural Programme was jointly commissioned by Creative Scotland and Glasgow Life.