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Music industry professionals from across the globe will gather in Rotterdam from 15 - 18 May 2018 for Classical:NEXT, the world’s biggest contemporary classical showcase and expo.
Scotland’s creative sector and the general public are being invited to attend a series of events across Scotland to consider the value of public funding for arts and creative activity; help identify the strategic priorities that will best support Scotland’s creative life, and explore new ways to fund arts and creative activity.
Scotland’s inaugural Cymera Festival of science-fiction, fantasy and horror writing joins 40 artists, dancers, choreographers, musicians, writers, theatre makers, festivals and organisations to receive a share over £850,000 National Lottery funds in the latest round of Creative Scotland’s Open Project funding awards.
An inquiry led by members of the Scottish Parliament will examine public and private sources of revenues for artists and focus on how funding should be distributed to create a sustainable future for the sector.
Scotland’s arts links with Japan are being supported by over £100,000 from a partnership between British Council Scotland and Creative Scotland. Following an open call for proposals, which drew 24 responses from individuals and organisations working across the Scottish arts sector, 11 projects have been chosen to receive a share of the funding.The successful bids cover several art forms including theatre, music, visual arts and cross-disciplinary practices.
Over £1.5million funding from National Lottery Awards for All Scotland has gone to 204 community, sports and arts projects across the country, supporting a wide range of creative initiatives.