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Scottish Alternative Music Awards (SAMA) announce 2021 nominees

The nominees for the 12th annual Scottish Alternative Music Awards (SAMA) are revealed today, with the winners announced at an exclusive live ceremony at Glasgow's Saint Luke's on Saturday 27th November 2021.

Published: 01 Nov 2021

Independent Venue Week announces ambassadors for 2021

Independent Venue Week announces three additional ambassadors who will lead the way in championing independent venues across their respective nations. Joining Wet Leg, Joesef will be Independent Venue Week 2022’s official ambassador for Scotland.

Published: 29 Oct 2021

Vision Mechanics 10 metre tall puppet STORM will walk in Glasgow for COP26, 10 November 2021

Fresh from her tour of Scotland, STORM comes to Glasgow to share her message of the oceans in crisis during COP26. STORM will walk in Govan, greeted by community and arts groups along the way who will amplify her message.

Published: 29 Oct 2021

Future Funding for Organisations - October Update

Read the latest update on our work to improve the way we fund organisations.

Published: 28 Oct 2021

SpACE, a platform for architecture, carbon and the environment opens in Edinburgh

Scotland is launching a platform for architecture, carbon and the environment, with the opening of SpACE in Edinburgh as a long-needed public forum with a clear focus on how the built environment is critical in addressing the climate emergency.

Published: 27 Oct 2021

Creativity at work across Scotland backed by over £1M National Lottery funds

41 creative projects across Scotland are taking place thanks to £1,019,613  National Lottery funding through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Fund Awards.

Published: 26 Oct 2021

Mogwai's 'As The Love Continues' wins the Scottish Album of the Year Award

The winner of Scotland’s national music prize, The Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award, is Mogwai – ‘As The Love Continues.' The win was announced at a stunning award ceremony in Edinburgh’s Usher Hall on 23 October, as the country’s music industry reunited once more after a turbulent 18 (...)

Published: 26 Oct 2021

Go See Share fund opens for applications

Individuals, organisations and creative businesses are invited to apply to the Go See Share fund – a small fund supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland.

Published: 26 Oct 2021

Over £270,000 for early career artists and creative practitioners aged 18-24

Over 30 opportunities for early career artists and creative practitioners aged 18-24 are being supported across the country thanks to a new Youth Arts Bursaries scheme with funding from the Scottish Government through Creative Scotland.

Published: 20 Oct 2021

New funds for Scotland’s Hip Hop Artists

From Dundee to Glasgow, Aberdeen to Edinburgh, fifteen Scottish based Hip Hop artists working in music, visual arts, dance and film have received bursaries totalling £16,379, thanks to a new pilot programme run by Sunny G, UP2STNDRD and 644 Studios, with backing from The National Lottery through Creative Scotland.

Published: 13 Oct 2021