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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.

The tabs, tags and search options below should allow you to quickly narrow down your search, alternatively you can browse by category on the left of the page.

Also see our Publication Scheme which sets out the key information that we routinely make available and how to access it.

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December 2017

A focus on the Creative Industries, with new stats showing significant growth in the sector, and reports on the design and games sectors. Plus, we delve into reports on cultural diplomacy, theatre producers, creative ageing and a number of reports exploring the role and experience of the cultural workforce.

21 December 2017

Annual Review 2016/17

This report is our Annual Review of Performance covering the period from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017.

20 December 2017

International

Examples of creative individuals and organisations that we supported in 2016/17, who are operating in a broader national and international context, helping to make Scotland a distinctive creative nation connected to the world.

20 December 2017

Annual-Review_2016-17-FINAL.pdf

Download our 2016/17 Annual Review as a PDF document.

20 December 2017

Access and enjoyment

We are committed to increasing the quantity and quality of opportunities for people of all ages to experience and learn from, the arts, screen and creative industries, wherever they are in Scotland. Here's some of the 2016/17 projects which contributed to that ambition.

20 December 2017

Leadership and workforce

Profiles of a few of the many 2016/17 projects that brought ideas to life by a diverse, skilled and connected leadership and workforce that is more confident, knowledgeable and connected, helping to develop more sustainable business models.

20 December 2017

Break into film and TV drama with Hit The Ground Running

For 10 years, Hit The Ground Running has been providing training for people interested in working in film and television drama, with alumni going on to work on Outlander, Shetland, Penny Dreadful and others. We spoke to organiser Linda Fraser to hear more.

20 December 2017

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December 2017

A focus on the Creative Industries, with new stats showing significant growth in the sector, and reports on the design and games sectors. Plus, we delve into reports on cultural diplomacy, theatre producers, creative ageing and a number of reports exploring the role and experience of the cultural workforce.

21 December 2017

Annual Review 2016/17

This report is our Annual Review of Performance covering the period from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017.

20 December 2017

International

Examples of creative individuals and organisations that we supported in 2016/17, who are operating in a broader national and international context, helping to make Scotland a distinctive creative nation connected to the world.

20 December 2017

Annual-Review_2016-17-FINAL.pdf

Download our 2016/17 Annual Review as a PDF document.

20 December 2017

Access and enjoyment

We are committed to increasing the quantity and quality of opportunities for people of all ages to experience and learn from, the arts, screen and creative industries, wherever they are in Scotland. Here's some of the 2016/17 projects which contributed to that ambition.

20 December 2017

Leadership and workforce

Profiles of a few of the many 2016/17 projects that brought ideas to life by a diverse, skilled and connected leadership and workforce that is more confident, knowledgeable and connected, helping to develop more sustainable business models.

20 December 2017

Break into film and TV drama with Hit The Ground Running

For 10 years, Hit The Ground Running has been providing training for people interested in working in film and television drama, with alumni going on to work on Outlander, Shetland, Penny Dreadful and others. We spoke to organiser Linda Fraser to hear more.

20 December 2017