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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Download the Equal Pay Statement 2021 in pdf format

6 May 2022


Download the Gender Pay Gap report in pdf format

6 May 2022


Download the Gender Pay Gap report in pdf format

6 May 2022


View and download the Creative Scotland Board Minutes from 19 July 2021 in PDF format.

28 April 2022

Imaginate publishes research on primary schools engagement with theatre, dance and drama

The research, carried out by Wellside Research Ltd between Oct 2021 and Feb 2022, aimed to understand how primary schools in Scotland engage with theatre, dance and drama and provide data to improve the access and quality of expressive arts experiences for school learners.

25 April 2022


View and download a PDF of the Creative Scotland Board Minutes from 24 February 2022.

19 April 2022

April 2022

This edition features the latest wave of audience intentions research commissioned by Creative Scotland, alongside new survey results exploring COVID-19's impact on cultural participation conducted by Insights Alliance and Purple Seven, and an Arts Council England evaluation of projects which aimed to reduce loneliness and isolation during lockdown through creativity and cultural activity.

13 April 2022


Download the summary report findings from Wave 4 of the COVID-19 Population Survey

7 April 2022

COVID-19 Population Survey: Wave 4

Read the findings of the fourth wave of our COVID-19 Population Survey research.

7 April 2022