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The large increase in the state's cultural budget 2020 due to covid-19 is noticeable in this year's report on how state cultural expenditure is distributed regionally.
This report is the result of a two-year research initiative exploring the multifaceted creative practices of artists who engage with digital technologies. The research examines the creative infrastructure supporting tech-focused artistic practices and provides insight into the existing challenges and opportunities faced by artists and organizations working at the intersection of arts and technology. Tech as Art is part of an Arts & Technology Field Scan conducted by the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with the Ford Foundation and the Knight Foundation.
As artificial intelligence (AI) advances across economies and societies, stakeholder communities are actively exploring how best to encourage the design, development, deployment and use of AI that is human-centred and trustworthy.
Surveying a representative sample of the population in Scotland, this is the third wave of research, following the first wave which was completed in August 2020, and the second wave which was completed in November 2020.
Findings from independent research by Colmar Brunton into New Zealanders’ attitudes to, attendance at and participation in the arts in 2020.
The 2019 population survey undertaken by 56 Degree Insight for Creative Scotland clearly illustrated the importance of arts and creativity to the Scottish population prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. During 2019 over four in five adults living in Scotland took part in creative activities or attended or watched arts or creative pursuits. Specifically, almost half regularly attended the cinema (47%) and visited museums (44%) while over a third regularly visited historic properties (38%), attended live music events (34%) or went to galleries (33%).