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Since 2003, the Scottish Government has delivered an increase in children’s engagement with music across Scotland through its Youth Music Initiative (YMI). YMI’s purpose is to help children and young people in Scotland achieve their potential through music education and activities.
Creative Scotland has released details of more than 6,200 awards to cultural and creative organisations and freelancers across Scotland who have received a total of £54 million in emergency COVID-19 funds from the Scottish Government in the first few months of 2022.
The Illustrated Freelancer’s Guide is a practical resource for the increasing number of artists, makers, writers and other creatives working freelance in Scotland today, now updated for 2022/23.
Arts organisations will have to demonstrate how they are tackling the climate crisis in order to secure funding under a drive to ensure Scotland has a “net zero” culture sector by 2045.
Today, to coincide with Earth Day, 22 April 2022, Creative Scotland publishes its bold new Climate Emergency and Sustainability Plan.
Creative Scotland published a statement in support of Ukraine to Instagram, published here in full.