From 1 April 2021, Creative Europe’s UK desk closed as a result of the Brexit transition taking place in the UK. To mark the end of this period of work the UK desk has put together a useful set of resources that highlight the important work funded and undertaken from 2014 – 2020. During this […]
This selection of advocacy-related resources contains FST’s documents and links to other organisations lobbying for the value of culture.
The Scottish Parliament’s Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee has published its legacy report. This report is published at the end of a Government session (in this case ‘Session 5’) and highlights the work of the committee over the last 5 years, it also lays out recommendations for the successor committee(s) in session six.
On 2 March 2021, FST submitted a letter to the Cabinet Secretary to update her and the Scottish Government on the current situation of our members and to request further support to sustain our sector as it continues to be impacted by the financial crisis caused by Coronavirus.
This report outlines the work of PiPA’s inaugural pilot project in Scotland which took place between November 2019 to September 2020.
You can view two documents here: FST’s letter to the Cabinet Secretary to discuss support and stimulus package for theatre & dance in Scotland from 17 June 2020 and her response from 22 June.
Culture Counts is a group of umbrella organisations across the arts, screen, heritage and creative industries which advocates for the value of culture in Scotland.
Final report based on a survey done by the Contemporary Arts Network (SCAN) and Federation of Scottish Theatre: The impact of Brexit on the arts sector in Scotland – October 2018
Submission by FST for the 4th Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Relations Committee Meeting on Thursday 22 February 2018: Sustainable funding for arts and creative organisations in Scotland, evidence session with Creative Scotland
The final report of a Best Practice Research project by Parents in Performing Arts, in partnership with 15 leading UK theatre organisations and The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
This paper was prepared for the 2014 Edinburgh International Culture Summit to stimulate about the role of culture in public policy and the contribution it can make to tackling key international challenges.
Sector Agencies & Creative Scotland meeting Wednesday 19 December 2012.