Arts, culture and heritage

The Touring Network are hosting a series of events connecting professional touring performers and producers with community venues. They’ll be chatting through the highs and lows of making, promoting and presenting live performances, in and for geographically remote parts of Scotland.

Scotland’s agritourism sector is celebrating after winning a bid to host the World Agritourism Conference in 2026. The announcement was made in Bolzano, Italy on Friday 17th May, at a gathering of world leaders in agritourism, who represent the recently formed Global Agritourism Network.

Scientists and volunteers are joining together for Orca Watch this May. 

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) are once more celebrating the inspirational people, projects and partnerships that support Scotland’s species, and they need your help to find them!  

Verb Wellington and Moniack Mhor received over 75 applications for the inaugural Island to Island residency exchange, offered in collaboration with British Council New Zealand and the Pacific, and Edinburgh International Book Festival.

“The calibre of applications was incredibly high,” says Verb founder Claire Mabey. “It’s a sign of how needed residencies are: that time to write and refresh is crucial for good art.”

Planning Aid Scotland (PAS) are looking for expressions of interest from communities who want to create a Local Walking Action Plan.

Go Falkland

GO Falkland brings together vital voices and organisations in Regenerative Farming and Forestry at Falkland Estate, Falkland, Fife. It aims to generate awareness, engagement and agency in people and organisations across Regenerative Land Use in Scotland. Led by farmers and those who work the land, we are here to co-design and work together towards a healthier and fairer future in Scotland’s food and farming systems.

Moy Country Fair

Moy Country Fair offers a diversity of entertainments and activities for all of the family! The emphasis is on field sports activities with competitions in fly casting, gun dog handling and clay pigeon shooting. See our What's on page to find out more. 

Life of a Book: Author Development Programme

Voices from across the Scottish literary sector, authors and poets, agents, publishers, festival programmers, and booksellers, are coming together for Life of a Book: a series of free online events designed to clarify the journey and processes of writing and publishing a book.

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