Creative Scotland has published their Culture, Tourism, Europe & External Affairs Committee update for January 2021. This document offers a very useful overview of Creative Scotland’s Emergency Fund support since March 2020. It also includes information on ongoing funds and initiatives leading into 2021.
Following the Scottish Government’s draft budget announcement on 28 January 2021, Creative Scotland (CS) released a positive statement acknowledging that their budget, despite a small cut, remains broadly stable at £60million.
This Review has been undertaken to better understand how touring theatre and dance in Scotland operates, how it has changed in recent years and what impact Creative Scotland’s funding has in this area.
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
Creative Scotland’s final report on the Producers’ Hubs project (2014-2017).
Power Point slides for the presentation on the Scottish Theatre Archive by Sarah Hepworth (Glasgow University Library, Special Collections) and Roberta Doyle (National Theatre of Scotland). Presentation delivered at the FST Members’ Meeting on 30 September 2015.
Creative Scotland presentation for the FST Members’ Meeting on 25 March at Bonar Hall, Dundee Rep. Slides refer to Iain Munro’s and Leonie Bell’s presentation on the topics of Regular Funding, Open Project Funding, the Arts Strategy, Equalities Review and International Strategy.
This is a Creative Scotland update on the progress of two main projects connected to Dance in Education.
The agenda included a discussion with Laura Mackenzie-Stuart from Creative Scotland on the recent Regular Funding announcement and information on FST’s new Touring Event and Emporium 2015.
Minutes from FST’s Members Meeting on the 26th March 2014 at the Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock.
Minutes from FST’s Members Meeting on 11th December 2013 at the Festival Theatre, Edinburgh. The agenda focused on youth arts and included updates from Creative Scotland on their new strategy and presentations from members.
Sector Agencies & Creative Scotland meeting Wednesday 19 December 2012.