- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 08 Jan 2015
- Latest award date
- 17 Nov 2015
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
£10,000 towards Lifeline Project which supports destitute asylum seekers
Craft Café Review 10 Feb 2015
A full evaluation and review of the Craft Café model which aims to reduce isolation and loneliness amongst older people (60+) through creative practice led by professional artists.
Old's Cool Project 27 Mar 2015
A new programme to train and support young people, at risk of disengaging from school, to facilitate intergenerational groups, and to present their work to the wider community.
Young Persons' Project 16 Mar 2015
Provision of specialist legal service to refugee and migrant children and young people with a remit to improve the broader policy and legal framework.
A three year Producer post to activate Collective's Cultural Commons
A grant to Move On Limited for Peer mentoring support for care experienced young people
Support for the 3rd International Teaching Artists Conference (ITAC3) to be hosted in Glasgow 04 Mar 2015
Hosted by Creative Scotland in partnership with the existing ITAC international committee - incl. Eric Booth, one of America's leading arts and arts education leaders; Brad Haselman, Professor and Assistant Dean, Queensland University of Technology (Australia) & Marit Ulvund, Director of Seanse (Norway)
A grant to Creative Scotland: ArtWorks Scotland legacy activity 2015-16 and 2017-18
ArtWorks funding has been awarded to The Stove Network to undertake initial research towards developing an MA module in Environmental and Participative Practice. The Stove Network will work with an existing informal network of other place-based arts projects in Scotland and Wales as part of their research. As well as informing the longer term development of a MA module, they plan, though their engagement with other rural place based partners, to strengthen this informal grouping and share their research at the end of the process. This research will be jointly run with the University of West Scotland as their academic partner (pending match funding from the Innovation Voucher Scheme). This funding will enable The Stove Network the research the feasibility of developing a formal training offer as part of their longer term business plan. The Stove Network is an artist led collective based in a disused three story former shop in the town centre of Dumfries with a membership of circa 200 people ranging from international artists to emerging artists and students. Their core mission is about breathing new life into the town using art and creativity and actively involving local people. They are particularly interested in exploring how they can create a sustainable business model for both the building and the wider network. Part of this is exploring the feasibility of setting up an MA module that would be run through the Stove Network and provide academic institutions a residential course for students to study environmental and socially engaged practice. This would offer employment for their network members, bring new artists into the area to cross fertilize with the existing artist community and potentially offer a sustainable business model in the longer term.
Dance for Parkinson's Disease 19 Oct 2015
Dance Base, Scotland’s National Centre for Dance, and Scottish Ballet will pilot a regular programme of weekly dance activities in Edinburgh and Glasgow for people with Parkinson's, their caregivers, families and friends – accompanied by live music. They plan to explore how to monitor the impact of this pilot in partnership with Glasgow University Institute of Neurological Sciences.
Hands-On Cove Park 17 Nov 2015
Based on Argyll and Bute, Cove Park hosts residencies for nationally and internationally acclaimed artists in all disciplines. They will develop a new year-round programme, Hands-On, offering arts activities to these remote island communities.