Browse or search our full listing of arts and culture policy news, from IFACCA announcements, editorials and international news, to events and opportunities. Use the filters to refine your search by country, theme, topic or date.
Showing 758 results, ordered by Latest first.
Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS) has announced receipt of £770,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) to support a three-year programme to improve the country’s access to culture.
Scotland's vibrant youth arts and youth work community has received almost £1 million in funding through the new Youth Arts Open Fund, designed to make art and creativity more inclusive and accessible to children and young people who may have few other opportunities to engage.
Museums and galleries in Scotland must pay all of their workers at least the real Living Wage to apply for grants, following changes to funding criteria introduced by Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS).
The International Producers’ Breakfast (IPB) provides a crucial opportunity for strategic networking, discussion and exchange between international producers, programmers and creators with a passion for intercultural exchange – facilitating new connections and partnerships for the coming year. The event is free to attend and a staple in the diary of arts professionals during the Edinburgh Festivals.
Commissioned by Creative Scotland and designed around the Scottish Government’s Fair Work policy, the guide will help employers understand how to build and grow workplaces that prioritise good, fair, and decent working practices for everyone – including freelance creatives.
Responsible finance provider, Social Investment Scotland (SIS) has joined forces with Creative Scotland to support the growth of enterprises in Scotland’s creative and cultural industries. The CultureXcelerator Programme will provide eight ambitious cultural and creative leaders with free one-to-one strategic business support over the next six-eight months from SIS’s selected team of experienced business associates. They include entrepreneurs and experts in finance, the third sector, retail, and strategy and board development.