The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF) is offering places for ten artists from any performance discipline to present scratch ideas as part of a scratch evening – 5 Ways To Begin – at their 2018 festival.
Applications are now open for the first round of the 2018-19 FST Assistant Director and Producer Placement Bursaries.
Civil Disobedience will present their second Persistent & Nasty live event on Thursday 29 March at the CCA in Glasgow.
Are you an exceptional arts and culture leader with the potential and desire to drive significant change? Are you passionate about building an innovative and resilient cultural sector? Are you committed to developing as a leader in Scotland?
The first events in our 2018 spring/summer training programme are now open for booking! We’ve got an exciting variety of training sessions and workshops to help you build your skills and knowledge across a range of areas.
Cryptic have launched an open call for Scottish based audiovisual artists to create a bespoke sonic and visual work to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s birth.
In its 25th Anniversary year, Birds of Paradise Theatre Company is interested to hear from theatre creatives and production staff who identify as disabled* to build an understanding of who is available within the sector.
Cumbernauld Theatre is seeking initial expressions of interest from theatre companies or artistic teams interested in working alongside them to create a magical studio show for Under 5’s for Christmas 2018.
The Scottish Parliament’s Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Relations Committee is due to meet on Thursday 22 February 2018 to discuss ‘sustainable funding for arts and creative organisations in Scotland’.
Free opportunity for FST members: we’ve commissioned Birds of Paradise Theatre Company to run surgeries to give individuals or organisations bespoke support and advice on your current or pending equalities plans.
Throughout March the National Theatre of Scotland will be hosting a series of symposium events for students in higher and further education to support their production of How to Act.
Creative Carbon Scotland has announced a series of training opportunities to help Regularly Funded Organisations create their Carbon Management Plans, as required by Creative Scotland’s funding agreements.