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The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced that it is now imperative that everyone should comply with the message to “Stay at Home” for the duration of January.
An additional £7.1 million to secure the future of as many grassroots music venues and independent museums as possible has been announced by Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop.
47 projects are sharing in over £848K of National Lottery and Scottish Government funding through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Fund awards.
From today, Thursday 10 December 2020, applications are invited from the dance, theatre and multi artform sector for a share in £600K National Lottery funding through Creative Scotland, for live performance tours from Spring 2021.
Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) is a key priority for Creative Scotland. In addition to our legislative responsibilities in tackling inequalities and eliminating discrimination, the prioritisation of EDI is crucial to the quality and richness of creative activity and ensuring that as many people as possible can access and participate in arts and culture across Scotland.
The Scottish Government is seeking to appoint four new board members to Creative Scotland.