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Scotland’s largest literary network, Literature Alliance Scotland (LAS) is urging arts organisations that engage freelance writers, editors, event organisers and arts administrators, proof readers, educators, publishers and programmers to value them better by offering fair and fast pay and fair working practices – or risk losing them from the sector completely.
Literature Alliance Scotland (LAS) is launching a research report on the worrying state of the literary freelance workforce in Scotland that is sending them to a financial precipice.
New strategy sets a vision for collective action.
A new initiative delivering arts projects in communities throughout Glasgow will benefit local people and their areas.
Teenage Engineering’s innovative handheld music devices are about to transform children's early music making experiences thanks to the Scottish Government’s backing of the Youth Music Initiative (YMI) through Creative Scotland. Applications for Access to Music Making and Strengthening Youth Music funds open Thursday 3 November, with a deadline of 2pm, Thursday 8 December. The announcement also coincides with the publication of new research findings into the 2021-2022 YMI initiative which highlights how it continues to address inequality by forging and sustaining partnerships with third sector organisations to support children and young people most in need.
A new independent report published today, Thursday 11 August confirms that emergency COVID-19 funds of £85.3m from the Scottish Government, distributed through Creative Scotland, reached individuals and organisations working in Scotland’s culture and creative sector, between March 2020 and September 2021.