Creative Scotland consultation
Help shape Creative Scotlands future plans.
PLEASE NOTE: The deadline for these Surveys and Open Call Consultation has been extended until the 11 June.
06.06.12 - Creative Scotland is currently gathering sectoral information that will directly influence upcoming structures for the arts and creative industries in Scotland.
These sector reviews are open to public consultation until Friday 8 June 2012. Creative Scotland is encouraging all members of the Scottish visual arts and crafts community to make their voices heard via an online consultation. In the 'Year of Creative Scotland', the survey will help the organisation to deliver its commitment to improving investment in the arts and creative industries.
The online consultation takes around fifteen minutes, and is structured around four themes: Education; International; Equalities; and Environment. These themes relate to Creative Scotland's key objectives: Talent development; Quality artistic production; Public engagement; The Cultural economy; and Places.
For more about Creative Scotland's objectives and to take part in the consultation Read on »
Or you can go direct to the survey here »
Changes in Flexibly Funded Organisations (FXOs) in Scotland, forecasted by Creative Scotland in 2011, build a wider picture of increased consultation and dialogue with organisations and individuals alike who all contribute to cultural wealth in Scotland. More on this in an open letter by Sir Sandy Crombie, Chair of Creative Scotland, dated 1 June 2012 Read on »
Richard is an artist/writer living in Edinburgh. He works as online editor on behalf of a-n The Artists Information Company for the Degrees unedited and Students community sites. He also produces art news for the a-n News site.
First published: a-n.co.uk June 2012
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