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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.
Commissioned by Creative Scotland and undertaken by 56 Degree Insight, this report sets out the findings of the fifth wave of the research, with fieldwork undertaken between the 15th and 27th March 2023, and shifts focus to the impacts of rising costs on life and finances. Much like the previous waves, this report aims to update our understanding of public opinion on attending cultural activity.
The Creative Wellbeing Fund, established through the strategic partnership agreement between Education Scotland and Creative Scotland, was made available to support schools to take a creative approach to improve learner wellbeing by working in partnership with a creative partner.
A programme that placed professional artists in older people’s care homes in Scotland for a series of regular creative activities was a positive experience for residents, staff and the artists themselves, a report has found.