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Resources

This section contains a database of all Creative Scotland's publications as well as a growing list of external resources for the arts, screen and creative industries.

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One-woman Fringe show goes nuclear as it prepares for tour

Faslane is a unique one-woman show about the UK's nuclear deterrent, written and performed by Jenna Watt. Following an award-winning Edinburgh Fringe debut last year the show is now preparing for its UK tour. We caught up with Jenna and producer Callum Smith to hear about the journey so far.

15 March 2017

Creative-Learning-Review_FINAL.pdf

In 2016/17, Creative Scotland undertook a review of our creative learning remit, intended to support us and the wider sector to develop a shared understanding of creative learning, and to inform future priorities for work in this area.

14 March 2017

Learning disabilities no barrier as Midlothian artist collective gets creative

A new exhibition of weird and wonderful costumes and humorous, made-up slogans has been created by a group of artists, some who have learning disabilities. We spoke to the group to find out how they've found the ideal conditions for creativity.

7 March 2017

Creative Scotland's Corporate Parenting Plan

This Action Plan sets out what we will undertake up to April 2018 in order to fulfil our statutory duties as a Corporate Parent, under The Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014.

28 February 2017

CS-Corporate-Parenting-Plan-2015-18.pdf

Download the Corporate Parenting Plan in PDF format.

28 February 2017

A spot of culture can make a huge difference to our sense of wellbeing

In this guest post, Bill Ward, Executive Director at Macrobert Arts Centre in Stirling, talks about how culture and the arts can have a positive impact on health and wellbeing.

17 February 2017

Filmmakers and artists head to Hawick for Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival

Over 50 filmmakers and artists from around the world will land in Hawick in the Scottish Borders on 2 March for the seventh edition of the Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, we find out from Creative Director Richard Ashrowan what to expect.

16 February 2017

February 2017

The role of culture in placemaking and urban regeneration is a focus of a major report from UNESCO, a report from IFACCA looks at the relationship between national and local government in relation to cultural policy, and international research includes festivalisation, internships and audience development.

15 February 2017

Screen Sector Leadership Group

A Screen Sector Leadership Group (SSLG) was established in 2016 to facilitate engagement with the screen industry and to enable public bodies to understand and respond to its needs better. Creative Scotland administers the group.

13 February 2017

SSLG_Final-Report_January2017.pdf

An overview of the Screen Sector Leadership Group’s (SSLG) analysis of the issues affecting the sector, its conclusions and recommendations.

13 February 2017

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One-woman Fringe show goes nuclear as it prepares for tour

Faslane is a unique one-woman show about the UK's nuclear deterrent, written and performed by Jenna Watt. Following an award-winning Edinburgh Fringe debut last year the show is now preparing for its UK tour. We caught up with Jenna and producer Callum Smith to hear about the journey so far.

15 March 2017

Creative-Learning-Review_FINAL.pdf

In 2016/17, Creative Scotland undertook a review of our creative learning remit, intended to support us and the wider sector to develop a shared understanding of creative learning, and to inform future priorities for work in this area.

14 March 2017

Learning disabilities no barrier as Midlothian artist collective gets creative

A new exhibition of weird and wonderful costumes and humorous, made-up slogans has been created by a group of artists, some who have learning disabilities. We spoke to the group to find out how they've found the ideal conditions for creativity.

7 March 2017

Creative Scotland's Corporate Parenting Plan

This Action Plan sets out what we will undertake up to April 2018 in order to fulfil our statutory duties as a Corporate Parent, under The Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014.

28 February 2017

CS-Corporate-Parenting-Plan-2015-18.pdf

Download the Corporate Parenting Plan in PDF format.

28 February 2017

A spot of culture can make a huge difference to our sense of wellbeing

In this guest post, Bill Ward, Executive Director at Macrobert Arts Centre in Stirling, talks about how culture and the arts can have a positive impact on health and wellbeing.

17 February 2017

Filmmakers and artists head to Hawick for Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival

Over 50 filmmakers and artists from around the world will land in Hawick in the Scottish Borders on 2 March for the seventh edition of the Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, we find out from Creative Director Richard Ashrowan what to expect.

16 February 2017

February 2017

The role of culture in placemaking and urban regeneration is a focus of a major report from UNESCO, a report from IFACCA looks at the relationship between national and local government in relation to cultural policy, and international research includes festivalisation, internships and audience development.

15 February 2017

Screen Sector Leadership Group

A Screen Sector Leadership Group (SSLG) was established in 2016 to facilitate engagement with the screen industry and to enable public bodies to understand and respond to its needs better. Creative Scotland administers the group.

13 February 2017

SSLG_Final-Report_January2017.pdf

An overview of the Screen Sector Leadership Group’s (SSLG) analysis of the issues affecting the sector, its conclusions and recommendations.

13 February 2017