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A live literature experience, a public realm print exhibition, and a nature-based design project are amongst 68 projects across Scotland that have received a total of £1.6million from The National Lottery through Creative Scotland’s Open Project Fund, to reimagine work and create new opportunities during COVID-19.
A new group formed to deliver Scotland’s culture strategy is to meet for the first time.
This report details the findings of the independent Advisory Group on Economic Recovery which was established by the Scottish Government in April 2020 to provide expert advice on supporting the different regions and sectors of Scotland’s economy to recover from the impacts of Covid-19. Published on 22 June the report contains a series of recommendations directed at both the Scottish Government and other actors in Scotland’s economy identifying interventions to support Scotland’s economic recovery and facilitate the transition towards a greener, fairer and more inclusive economy with wellbeing at its heart.
Young people across Scotland are set to access a wide range of music making activities and opportunities thanks to £1.3m funding through Creative Scotland with backing from the Scottish Government’s Youth Music Initiative (YMI).
Our CEO, Iain Munro, writes on the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement and Creative Scotland’s commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.
Creative Scotland has announced a new project in collaboration with Crowdfunder - the UK’s largest crowdfunding platform - offering expert coaching and Creative Scotland match funding, to support Scotland’s creatives to run crowdfunding campaigns.