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New funds for Touring Theatre and Dance

New funds are available for Scottish based artists, companies, producers and venues for touring live theatre and dance work from the Spring of 2023.

Published: 20 Apr 2022

Alberta Whittle invites audiences to heal with her Scotland + Venice Collateral Event at the 59th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia

The Scotland + Venice partnership is delighted to present Alberta Whittle and her new body of work deep dive (pause) uncoiling memory at Biennale Arte 2022.

Published: 20 Apr 2022

Kim McAleese appointed as Director of Edinburgh Art Festival

The UK’s largest annual festival of visual art has announced Kim McAleese as its new Director. She will take up the position ahead of the 18th edition of the festival, which returns from Thursday 28 July to Sunday 28 August 2022.

Published: 13 Apr 2022

2022 Scotland + Venice Professional Development Programme Announced

Following the announcement of Alberta Whittle’s Biennale Arte 2022 Collateral Event with Scotland + Venice – set to open to the public on April 23rd – students and early career practitioners from nine universities, colleges and arts organisations across Scotland have embarked on a career-defining journey designed to provide them (...)

Published: 05 Apr 2022

Wide Days 2022 announce Showcase acts and latest news

This year’s Wide Days showcase is set to feature a diverse range of artists from across Scotland, including seven acts selected for the international talent development programme and four performing at the opening reception.

Published: 04 Apr 2022

Arts, Migration and Cultural Change: Displaced artists & arts organisations to forge new models of mutual support

Scotland based migrant and refugee artists are invited to take part in an initiative designed to enable artists with first-hand experience of displacement, to sustain and develop their practice.

Published: 01 Apr 2022

Mapping contemporary visual art and design education in Scotland

Engage Scotland and Queen Margaret University (QMU) Edinburgh are delighted to launch a mapping research report and 3 case studies exploring engagement with visual art and design in Scottish secondary education.

Published: 30 Mar 2022

Edinburgh International Festival Launches 2022 Programme

From 5 – 28 August 2022, Edinburgh International Festival celebrates its 75th anniversary - discover some highlights and the full programme.

Published: 30 Mar 2022

Healing Through Creativity

The Aye Festival is one of forty five projects, groups and individuals across Scotland, receiving a total of £1,138,198 in the latest round of Open Fund awards through Creative Scotland.

Published: 30 Mar 2022

The Big Project celebrate creativity in Broomhouse

With funding support from Creative Scotland’s Youth Arts Fund, The BIG Project youth & children’s charity has delivered regular music and drama sessions to all pupils from Primary 1 to Primary 7 in Broomhouse Primary School since May 2021, encouraging creativity in the children and young people living in or (...)

Published: 24 Mar 2022