Creative Scotland Research

Assessing the European Union's contribution to the arts, media and creative industries in Scotland

Published: 14 Jun 2017

Creative Scotland commissioned Euclid to identify EU funded projects focused on or linked to the arts, media and creative industries across the last ten years.

A Review of Touring Theatre and Dance in Scotland

Published: 29 May 2017

This Review has been undertaken to better understand how touring theatre and dance in Scotland operates, how it has changed in recent years and what impact Creative Scotland’s funding has in this area.

Animation Sector Review

Published: 22 May 2017

Published in March 2017 as the first comprehensive review of the Animation Sector in Scotland, this independent study was commissioned by Creative Scotland and carried out by BOP Consulting.

Equality Matters

Published: 30 Jan 2017

The first comprehensive Review of Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion within Scotland’s Screen Sector, published Tuesday 31 January 2017.

Evaluation of TTS.Digital

Published: 20 Jan 2017

An evaluation of the TTS.Digital programme, which aimed to inspire digital creativity in young people. This report was produced by Research Scotland between February 2016 and September 2016.

Evaluation of the Implementation of Time to Shine

Published: 01 Dec 2016

Key findings, full report and case studies from an evaluation of the first two years of the Time To Shine programme from April 2014 to September 2016.

Youth Music Initiative Impact Report 2015/16

Published: 22 Nov 2016

Key findings, full report and case studies from an impact focused review of the Youth Music Initiative during 2015/16.

CashBack for Creativity Phase 3 Interim Report

Published: 15 Nov 2016

An independent interim report on phase 3 of the Cashback for Creativity programme.

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.