Research Round Up

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Our regular research round up provides a useful overview of recent research and statistical reports relevant to the cultural sector in Scotland.

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Previous Editions

 

November 2021

Published: 17 Nov 2021

This edition features several ongoing research projects investigating cultural participation and consumption during the COVID-19 pandemic, and what this might mean as we move into a recovery period.

September 2021

Published: 10 Sep 2021

This edition features the findings from the DCMS Covid-19 Events Research Programme and further Covid-19 impact research, plus the Selling Platforms Report for Visual Arts, Craft and Design in Scotland, commissioned by Creative Scotland and a report that explores digital inclusion in the arts and cultural sectors.

June 2021

Published: 29 Jun 2021

This edition features the latest wave of audience intentions research commissioned by Creative Scotland, a report on the post-pandemic landscape of Scottish Literary Festivals plus other COVID-19 impact related reports.

February 2021

Published: 01 Mar 2021

This first edition of 2021 features a summary of findings from our recent COVID-19 Scottish Creative Sectors Survey, research on the Economic Value of Culture and a report on artist working conditions, and the latest research from the Screen sector.

November 2020

Published: 07 Jan 2021

This edition features Creative Scotland commissioned research on audience intentions and the latest Covid-19 research, including UNESCO’S policy guide for a resilient creative sector, and a systematic literature review of studies surrounding singing and brass, woodwind and bagpipe playing.