Arts, culture and heritage
Organisations and groups working with communities can apply for up to £5000 to take part in and celebrate Scotland’s Year of Stories 2022.
Applications are open for the Access to Music Making fund, delivered by Creative Scotland.
Scotland’s inaugural celebration of all things seaweed will take place from 6 – 12th September 2021.
The UK government has launched a new £150 million Community Ownership Fund to help ensure that communities across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland can support and continue benefiting from the local facilities, community assets and amenities most important to them.
An action-packed programme of historical delights heralds the launch of Annan the History Town’s new Festival!
Supporting the future of the language.
The public are being asked for their views on the Scottish Government’s Gaelic Language Plan, which looks to support and ensure the sustainable future of the language.
The consultation considers proposals on how the Scottish Government can support the development of Gaelic and promote the use and delivery of the language in the daily business of the organisation.
Perthshire Artisans, the curated platform for the region’s creative talent, is marking its first anniversary with the addition of a further 10 new members joining the site.
Museums, libraries and historic environment organisations can apply for grants from the #COP26Conversations Fund to host events and activities before and during the COP26 summit.
The Fund will offer grants of up to £1,000 to host small-scale, community-focused events and activities taking place between early September and 15 November.
Get Creative Outdoors is a campaign and festival that invites people to try their hand at something creative in the open air.
Taking part in creative activity and reconnecting with nature can be hugely beneficial for our wellbeing. This summer Get Creative is inviting people to do both.