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Six creative organisations and businesses across the country are piloting new initiatives to improve working conditions for people with caregiving responsibilities in the arts, screen and creative industries. Projects are receiving grants of up to £15,000 from The National Lottery through Creative Scotland’s Radical Care action research programme.
Scotland’s cultural secretary has pledged that full capacity events will be allowed to return “as soon as possible” once the country emerges from the “acute” phase of the Omicron variant.
Details of a financial package worth £65 million for culture and major events have been confirmed by the Culture Secretary Angus Robertson.
Scotland’s culture sector has been given £20 million of funding, announced by first minister Nicola Sturgeon
Creative Scotland is delighted to be working with organisations across Scotland, providing support through a new programme to build a skilled, inclusive, and fair creative and cultural sector.
“We need to have courage, doubt slows us down” was the rousing take-away from a fellow participant at our recent Climate Change:Culture Change Summit. It speaks of hope as we approach COP26 and our ongoing work to support the role that art and creativity plays – and must play to ever greater effect – in developing action-driven solutions to the climate emergency that we all face.