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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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Excellence and experimentation

In 2016/17, a number of projects showed excellence and experimentation across the arts, screen and creative industries, with diverse high quality artistic and creative work produced and developed across Scotland. Here's just a few examples.

20 December 2017

Place and quality of life

In 2016/17 we worked in partnership with local authorities and others to ensure that places and quality of life are transformed through imagination, ambition and an understanding of the potential of creativity. Read about a few of these projects.

20 December 2017

Annual-Plan-2017-Final-v3.pdf

View and download the Creative Scotland Annual Plan 2017-18 in PDF format.

14 December 2017

Nae Pasaran: The story of East Kilbride, Chile and international solidarity

Nae Pasaran is a five-year documentary project, which has received development funding from Creative Scotland, about the East Kilbride factory workers who refused to work on engines from Pinochet’s Air Force in protest against his dictatorship in Chile.

13 December 2017

Creative Europe pushes forward with arts funding

In March 2017, Creative Europe caught up with Fiona Ferguson from Imaginate to talk about PUSH: a two-year, small Cooperation Project led by Imaginate (Scotland) in partnership with CCHA (Belgium), The Ark (Ireland), Scenekunstbruket (Norway) and Åbendans (Denmark), for which it received €168,655.

6 December 2017

Collaboration at the heart of Scotland's creative industries

The Creative Industries team at Creative Scotland is focused on supporting the growth of more sustainable creative businesses. As part of this, we supported Creative Edinburgh and Creative Dundee and other partners and businesses during 2016/17 to produce a series of events exploring opportunities to discuss business models, collective working and collaborative approaches between creative industries and other sectors. Here further details on just three of those events.

6 December 2017

Saving the world (...ish) at Chrysalis Youth Theatre Festival

We speak to writer and director Nicholas Barton-Wines, whose production "How to Save the World...ish" will feature at the Chrysalis Youth Theatre Festival from Friday 17 November.

13 November 2017

Final-Full-Report-Mapping-Review-of-Creative-City-Networks.pdf

View and download the full report in PDF format

10 November 2017

YDance: helping young people realise their potential through movement

YDance is the national youth dance organisation for young people aged three to 21. It runs regular Routes events, including Connections (a three-day event for youth dance groups and individuals), and Destinations (a vibrant showcase of youth dance). We spoke to YDance's Kirsty Rough to find out more.

2 November 2017

Sonica: pushing the boundaries of art and sound

Sonica is a year-round programme of events dedicated to world-class visual sonic arts, punctuated by a biennial autumn festival in Glasgow.

1 November 2017

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Excellence and experimentation

In 2016/17, a number of projects showed excellence and experimentation across the arts, screen and creative industries, with diverse high quality artistic and creative work produced and developed across Scotland. Here's just a few examples.

20 December 2017

Place and quality of life

In 2016/17 we worked in partnership with local authorities and others to ensure that places and quality of life are transformed through imagination, ambition and an understanding of the potential of creativity. Read about a few of these projects.

20 December 2017

Annual-Plan-2017-Final-v3.pdf

View and download the Creative Scotland Annual Plan 2017-18 in PDF format.

14 December 2017

Nae Pasaran: The story of East Kilbride, Chile and international solidarity

Nae Pasaran is a five-year documentary project, which has received development funding from Creative Scotland, about the East Kilbride factory workers who refused to work on engines from Pinochet’s Air Force in protest against his dictatorship in Chile.

13 December 2017

Creative Europe pushes forward with arts funding

In March 2017, Creative Europe caught up with Fiona Ferguson from Imaginate to talk about PUSH: a two-year, small Cooperation Project led by Imaginate (Scotland) in partnership with CCHA (Belgium), The Ark (Ireland), Scenekunstbruket (Norway) and Åbendans (Denmark), for which it received €168,655.

6 December 2017

Collaboration at the heart of Scotland's creative industries

The Creative Industries team at Creative Scotland is focused on supporting the growth of more sustainable creative businesses. As part of this, we supported Creative Edinburgh and Creative Dundee and other partners and businesses during 2016/17 to produce a series of events exploring opportunities to discuss business models, collective working and collaborative approaches between creative industries and other sectors. Here further details on just three of those events.

6 December 2017

Saving the world (...ish) at Chrysalis Youth Theatre Festival

We speak to writer and director Nicholas Barton-Wines, whose production "How to Save the World...ish" will feature at the Chrysalis Youth Theatre Festival from Friday 17 November.

13 November 2017

Final-Full-Report-Mapping-Review-of-Creative-City-Networks.pdf

View and download the full report in PDF format

10 November 2017

YDance: helping young people realise their potential through movement

YDance is the national youth dance organisation for young people aged three to 21. It runs regular Routes events, including Connections (a three-day event for youth dance groups and individuals), and Destinations (a vibrant showcase of youth dance). We spoke to YDance's Kirsty Rough to find out more.

2 November 2017

Sonica: pushing the boundaries of art and sound

Sonica is a year-round programme of events dedicated to world-class visual sonic arts, punctuated by a biennial autumn festival in Glasgow.

1 November 2017