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The Scottish Government has renewed its commitment to a scheme that encourages private sector investment in the arts.
A bill to establish a new body to support Scottish arts and culture has been introduced to the Scottish Parliament.
Tomorrow I am addressing the Scottish Arts Council's conference entitled Scotland: Creative Nation. It provides a timely opportunity to look forward with anticipation to Creative Scotland, a new body with a vital task: to develop the country's creative talent and excellence.
We've had charters for the arts, national cultural strategies and sons and daughters of both. We're on our seventh arts minister in nine years, and with each new incumbent comes a new tweak of the portfolio.
Support of the arts through state-funded grants could become a thing of the past when Scotland's new culture body, Creative Scotland, comes into being next year.
Scotland's Minister for Culture, Linda Fabiani, outlines key points of her address to the Scottish Arts Council's conference 'Scotland: Creative Nation'.