“We’re delighted to be hosting such an exciting delegation of poets from the Scottish Isles to perform at StAnza’s online, hybrid festival.”
Creative Scotland is continuing its support for Tasgadh in 2020-21 offering grants of up to £1,000 for traditional arts projects.
Nursery and Primary 1 classes in Orkney are experiencing the acclaimed children’s theatre production Potato Needs a Bath in an exciting new way at school.
Soulisquoy Printmakers in Stromness has been awarded £10,000 from the Scottish Government emergency funding which supports a wide variety of creative organisations during the Covid19 pandemic.
Delivered in partnership with local partners across Scotland, these one-off grants aim to support the creative development of visual artists and craft makers at all stages of their career.
The Pickaquoy Centre, has been awarded £150,000 from the open call for applications to the Scottish Government’s Performing Arts Venues Relief Fund through Creative Scotland., as a performing arts venue.
Local live music venue, The Sound Archive in Kirkwall, has received £10,870 in emergency funding from the Scottish Government’s Grassroots Music Venues Stabilisation Fund through Creative Scotland
Applications have opened for grassroots music venues across Scotland through the Scottish Government’s Grassroots Music Venues Stabilisation Fund.
what would a sustainable model of arts funding in Scotland look like ?
and how should that funding be made available to individual artists ?