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.
The Work Room are hosting a Writing Dance Weekend in March with dance critic of the New York Times and internationally renowned dance historian Alistair Macaulay and award-winning screen dance artist Katrina McPherson.
Aberdeen Performing Arts are seeking script submissions for their next Scratch Night on Tuesday 20 March 2018.
Youth Theatre Arts Scotland is proud to present Scotland’s first ever National Convention of Youth Drama in partnership with Macrobert Arts Centre and in celebration of Scotland’s Year of Young People 2018.
Creative Scotland has today announced its Regular Funding Portfolio. We welcome the success of FST members new to the RFO portfolio and the additional funding for some of our members; for the majority however the announcement represents at best standstill funding, i.e. a real-terms cut.
YDance (Scottish Youth Dance) – the national dance organisation for children and young people in Scotland – is seeking talented contemporary dancers aged 16 to 21 for their dance training programme, the Project Y Performance Course.
Creative & Cultural Skills is reviewing the National Occupational Standards for a range of occupations in the sector.
2018 will be the 10th year of the Made in Scotland showcase at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Booking is now open for Scottish Drama Training Network’s 5th Annual Technical Theatre Symposium.
Following the Scottish Government’s draft budget announcement earlier today, Creative Scotland have said that they are very pleased that their discretionary Grant in Aid budget for 2018/19 is £38.912m, a 21.2% increase on 2017/18.