Creative Scotland has said it will continue to fund Tasgadh, a scheme which offers grants of up of £1,000 to organisations and individuals involved in Scottish traditional arts.
Politicians have reacted angrily to reports that Brexit has led to Scotland losing out to New Zealand as the location of Amazon’s $1.5 billion Lord of the Rings television series.
Scottish Government funding needs to be more than doubled to enable it to transform Scotland’s cultural sector, the head of arts body Creative Scotland has said.
The Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award 2019 is urging people involved in music to submit albums as it opens for entries.
Scotland’s arts agency has been accused of neglecting the north and north-east after it was revealed all jobs advertised since 2014 were for the Central Belt.
The programme has been announced for the 2019 Look Again Festival.
A group of professional artists based in Inverness have embarked on a one-month crowdfunding campaign to create a new artist-run gallery in the city centre.
The Screen Machine’s founding operator and driver will emerge from the shadows of the projection room to take a starring role at Sunday’s British Academy Film Awards (Bafta) at the Royal Albert Hall.
Creative Scotland has appointed two new posts dedicated to supporting and developing Gaelic and traditional arts across Scotland.
Aberdeen’s historic Music Hall will officially reopen on December 8 with a series of special performances following its two-year, £9 million transformation.
The Ness Islands are set to get a £40,000 children’s water feature inspired by Victorian engineering, the botanic gardens and the islands themselves.
A special map celebrating Scotland’s connections to the silver screen has been created by a tourism body ahead of Hollywood’s biggest night.
The director of Soundfestival said she was “hugely disappointed” yesterday after the north-east event was denied three-year funding by Creative Scotland.
Eden Court Theatre faces losing a staggering £1.1million in public funding over the next three years - sparking fears of what impact it will have on the “jewel in the crown” of the Highland arts scene.
Organisers of a popular book and arts festival in Nairn still need to find £2,000 by the end of the month to save the event.
Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh’s new film rejected for funding… Because it’s apparently not Scottish enough
A new film by Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh has been rejected for funding -- because it is not Scottish enough.
It has already been performed in more than 30 venues in four different countries, now Single Shoe Production's touching and critically acclaimed theatre piece, Crazy Glue, is heading for Findhorn next week.
A picturesque Moray performance centre has launched a fundraising crusade following revelations it was just days from bankruptcy last year.
A Scottish Government agency has pledged to consider funding new proposals to replace the abandoned "tilting pier" scheme in Inverness.
A Moray playwright has been given a grant of more than £50,000 to take her show about a north-east fishing community on the road.
A Moray town is destined to become one of the country's foremost creative centres after receiving £100,000 in new funding.
A Moray dance group has received more than £90,000 in funding to help spread its moves throughout the north.
A Moray town has been shortlisted for a £100,000 arts boost.
An award-winning Inverness theatre group which is on the brink of disbanding is to have crunch talks with an leading arts agency about securing an urgent lifeline.
The director of a north-east music festival has hit out at a national arts body after it withdrew funding from the event.
Aberdeen International Youth Festival officially began last night with the opening ceremony.