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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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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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What's Going on Now report

What’s Going On Now? (WGON) is a major and once-in-a-generation examination of music education and youth music-making in Scotland.

26 February 2019


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20 February 2019


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14 February 2019

Brexit - links to key information

To help keep in touch with the process of Brexit and the advice being published, we have created this page to link to relevant information.

6 February 2019

Cultural Cities Enquiry report

We welcome this report of the Cultural Cities Enquiry and its focus on how strategic investment in culture can drive inclusive growth in cities. It demonstrates how more support for culture will realise major gains for the UK's economy and urban populations.

5 February 2019

A star event on Lewis: The Hebridean Dark Skies Festival

On Friday 8 February, The Hebridean Dark Skies Festival begins on the Isle of Lewis. Running until Thursday 21 February, many events take place at An Lanntair, with everything from stargazing, talks and workshops by leading scientists, to film screenings, live music, theatre, family events, and much more happening over two weeks.

5 February 2019

Imaginate's Paul Fitzpatrick: How IPAY put the spotlight on Scotland's work for young audiences

Imaginate's Chief Executive Paul Fitzpatrick reflects on the power of the Scottish presence at IPAY 2019 - the International Performing Arts for Youth showcase event in Philadelphia.

25 January 2019


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21 January 2019

Annual Review 2017/18

This report is our Annual Review of Performance covering the period from 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018.

21 December 2018


Examples of creative individuals and organisations that we supported in 2017/18, who are operating in a broader national and international context, helping to make Scotland a distinctive creative nation connected to the world.

21 December 2018