National Events 2012/14
The National Events Programme uses the 3-year opportunity, afforded by the concurrence of Year of Creative Scotland with the Olympic Games, Paralympics and the Cultural Olympiad, and the run up to Commonwealth Games and Year of Homecoming in 2014, to highlight Scotland’s strengths as a creative nation.
We aim to exploit the significant media platform offered by these events and themed years to raise awareness of and participation in Scotland’s rich cultural programme. The programme will help to position the cultural sector’s work and reputation strongly with the people of Scotland and with actual and potential visitors. A key outcome will be improved engagement between the creative and tourism sectors.
|Imagining Natural Scotland||Imagining Natural Scotland is a major new interdisciplinary project for the Year of Natural Scotland 2013. Initiated by Creative Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage and the University of St Andrews, it will explore the interplay between the natural world and its representation, and promote deep collaboration and knowledge exchange between the creative and scientific sectors. We are now seeking proposals for collaborative interdisciplinary projects (i.e. projects involving individuals from both cultural and ecological/scientific/historical backgrounds).||£6,000 - £10,000||Applications to this fund are now closed.|
|Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme - Open Fund||Glasgow 2014 Limited, Creative Scotland and Glasgow Life are now inviting individuals and organisations to apply to the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme Open Fund. A total of £4million is available and individual artists, community-led groups and arts organisations are invited to apply for awards ranging from £20,000 up to £300,000.||£20,000 - £300,000||Applications to this fund are now closed.|
|Year of Natural Scotland Open Fund|| |
To encourage organisations from the environmental and creative sectors to work in partnership to produce high quality artistic and creative events which take place in or near a recognised nature reserve, park or place managed for people and nature, including National Nature Reserves, National Scenic Areas, National Parks or one of Scotland’s Great Trails and/or help promote and celebrate the life and teaching of John Muir.
|£10,000 - £50,000||Applications to this fund are now closed.|
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