Three charitable arts organisations will receive a share of £3 million of additional funding as part of the ongoing emergency coronavirus (COVID-19) support for culture. Aberdeen Performing Arts - which runs His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen Music Hall and The Lemon Tree - will receive £1.4 million.
From 11 December 2020, all applications to the Hardship Fund for Creative Freelancers will now be solely handled by Creative Scotland, and not through our partners BECTU, Craft Council, Help Musicians, Society of Authors and Visual Arts Scotland. If you received a URN and didn't complete your application to one of the partners before 11 December, please contact us via email@example.com If you have already applied, either through Creative Scotland or one of the partners, please note that as outlined in the funding guidance you can expect to get your decision within 6 weeks of the date of submission.
Actor and broadcaster Cel Spellman launches a nationwide art competition, Creative Earth, in collaboration with COP26 and WWF. ● Competition launched at a surprise event in a school in Great Yarmouth.
Highland Council Members last night (10 December 2020) approved the artists' detail design for the My Ness Gathering Place project and work is expected to begin in the new year. Works had been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but also due to design elements requested by Inverness City Area Members, which will further ensure the new iconic Gathering Place is accessible to all.
Whether you are a chess player or not the movie has been a huge hit on Netflix. Now on the huge chess web site Chess.com an article shows all the chess positions from the movie.
This Winter, Lyth Arts Centre will produce a new drive-in festive experience for all the family to enjoy. Through a projection mapping installation, this exhibition will share Caithness' amazing Winter and Christmas history.
Henry Raeburn's well-known portrait, popularly known as ‘The Skating Minister' has become an icon of Scottish art. The painting is consistently sought out by gallery visitors, keen to see this small image in person.
Cubist art emerged in Paris around 1907. The two main 'inventors' of Cubism were the French painter Georges Braque (1882-1963) and the Spaniard Pablo Picasso (1881-1973).
Edinburgh Castle today looks mostly the same as it did in the past, although there is no longer the putrid loch at the base of the rock. Notorious as a disposal site for rotting waste, dead bodies, and as a place for drowning witches, the Nor' Loch as it was called is now home to a railway and public gardens.
Described as one of the most influential people in cinema, Ray Harryhausen's films have inspired generations of filmmakers, animators, writers, and artists, to push the boundaries of their own creations. He is not only remembered for his iconic style of animation and his unique approach on set, but his humility and willingness to share his passion with a new generation.
In 1980, the National Galleries of Scotland bought a painting by American pop artist Roy Lichtenstein for £100,000, and were greeted with uproar that so much money had been spent on a comic book. From its controversial origins, how has 'In The Car' become such an iconic artwork? In this new series of six films, Questions about Art, we'll explore some frequent musings about art - using questions asked by our audiences.
Today marks the start of Book Week Scotland which is an annual celebration of books and reading supported by Creative Scotland and SLIC. As part of the celebration a free book is collated from entries received and distributed by the Scottish Book Trust.
Fund overview The Culture Collective is a pilot programme which will establish a network of creative practitioners, organisations and communities, working together to create a positive difference locally and nationally in response to COVID-19. The programme will focus on community engaged creative activity, supporting participatory approaches and projects where creative practitioners and communities work collaboratively.
The Youth Arts Access fund is one strand of the Youth Arts Fund. The Purpose of the fund The overall £3m Youth Arts Fund has largely been provided to enhance the existing Youth Music Initiative programme (YMI) managed by Creative Scotland.
Aig a coinneamh an-diugh, chaidh iarraidh air buill Chomataidh na Gàidhlig beachdachadh air grunn mholaidhean, agus dòigh-obrach aontachadh, gus Ro-innleachd Conaltraidh agus Plana Com-pàirteachais a leasachadh. Tha an còmhradh seo a' leantainn air adhart bho bhùithtean-obrach a chumadh air-loidhne san t-Sultain 2020 gus beachdachadh air mar a bheir Comhairle na Gàidhealtachd prìomhachas do na prìomh ghnìomhan ann am Plana na Gàidhlig 3 agus mar a thèid an cur an gnìomh mu choinneamh ‘A' Cleachdadh na Gàidhlig, Ag Ionnsachadh na Gàidhlig agus A’ Brosnachadh na Gàidhlig’.
Anns a' choinneimh aca an-diugh, mheòraich Buill Chomataidh Gàidhlig Chomhairle na Gàidhealtachd air a' chiad Mhòd Nàiseanta Rìoghail Air-loidhne, a bha air a chumail eadar 9-17 Dàmhair 2020. Bhathar an dùil Mòd Nàiseanta Rìoghail na bliadhna sa a chumail ann an Inbhir Nis ach air sàillibh galar Covid-19, b’ fheudar dhan Chomunn Ghàidhealach a chur dheth agus a ghluasad air-loidhne.
2020, Thèid ceòl Gàidhealach a chomharrachadh, a dh'aindheoin gach cnap-starradh, air feadh na Gàidhealtachd is nan Eilean san t-Samhain le Fèis Blas a’ dol air adhart air loidhne, le sàr-roghainn de chuid den luchd-ciùil is de na seinneadairean seann nòs as fheàrr ann an Alba. ‘S àbhaist do dh’Fhèis Blas a bhith a’comharrachadh cultar Gàidhealach agus cor beothail ceòl seann nòs Albannach thar 8 no 9 làithean ann an tallachan air feadh na Gàidhealtachd is nan Eilean ach gabhaidh e àite air loidhne thar 11 làithean an ath-mhìos, tro chaochladh chonsairtean, cèilidhean, seiseanan-obrach is tachartasan eile air an sruthadh beò no air an clàradh ro-làimh.
Iconic arts venues and cultural organisations get £75 million boost from Government's Culture Recovery Fund with 70 per cent of awards outside London. Culture Secretary announces grants of up to £3 million to save 35 of the country's cultural icons 70 per cent of funding awarded to organisations outside London Grants announced today include the largest awards from the Culture Recovery Fund to date Recipients include iconic venues like the Design Museum, Shakespeare’s Globe, the Old Vic and the Sheffield Crucible 35 of the country’s leading cultural organisations and venues will be the first to receive grants between £1 and £3 million from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has announced.
CAITHNESS UNDER THE CHRISTMAS TREE CALLOUT! LAC is looking to commission 10-12 artists in Caithness and North Sutherland to each design a 2-page activity for a Christmas-themed, physical and digital, activity book: Caithness, Under the Christmas Tree. Caithness, Under the Christmas Tree will follow a similar style and format to LAC's successful lockdown project: Caithness, Through My Window, but with a little bit of Christmas sparkle.
Three flagship venues will receive funding as part of the ongoing emergency coronavirus (COVID-19) support for cultural and heritage organisations. Capital Theatres - which operates the Festival Theatre, the King's Theatre and The Studio in Edinburgh - will receive £500,000 in addition to £250,000 already awarded through the Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund to help weather the effects of the pandemic.