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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.
Screen Scotland, the dedicated partnership for screen in Scotland, has today announced the launch of a new Screen Professional Development Fund to help screen professionals to further their skills in their chosen field.
Today sees the launch of a recruitment process to appoint up to four new Board members. Appointed by the Scottish Government, the Board is responsible for steering the strategic direction of Creative Scotland, overseeing its effective governance, financial accountability and its delivery of value as a public body.
An international project to develop new creative work and collaborations between Scottish and Canadian artists and festivals has been awarded £80,000.
Creative Scotland and Young Scot have launched a new report examining how young people across Scotland can shape their creative future.