- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 22 Apr 2020
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Lit Up With Arts 15 Dec 2017
Artsplay Highland will test the impact of music and arts-based approaches to improving attainment in literacy (in English and Gaelic) for children in Primary One classes, in areas experiencing economic disadvantage in the Highlands.
Contribution to growth plans 26 Feb 2018
Clan Childlaw is a law centre for children and young people in Scotland providing free legal representation outreach services, training and policy work. This grant will support core operational capacity and maximise the opportunity of recent investment by developing strategic and growth ambitions.
The Welcoming Arts 26 Feb 2018
The Welcoming supports people who have migrated to the UK or are seeking refuge, to achieve their potential. The grant will enable the exploration and testing of new approaches to embed arts within the organisation’s core programme. The Welcoming will work in partnership with arts and cultural organisations to find new opportunities for people to contribute to the social, cultural and economic life of Scotland.
A Scotland-wide Dance for Parkinson's programme 02 Mar 2018
This grant will support Dance Base, Scotland’s National Centre for Dance, to deliver a nation-wide Dance for Parkinson’s programme. The organisation will create a network of hubs in partnership with Scottish Ballet.
This grant will provide additional support to disseminate learning from Paul Hamlyn Clubs.
Scottish Refugee Council provides advice and support, and campaigns for the rights of refugees and people seeking asylum in Scotland. This project will research the educational and well-being needs of separated young people (aged 16-18) in Scotland. It will also consider how to improve and share Glasgow Clyde College’s innovative “16+English for Speakers of Other Languages” programme model with other education providers.
Playful Tiger/ Sound Symphony 14 May 2018
Barrowland Ballet is a contemporary dance theatre company based in Glasgow. Working with participants in three Additional Support Needs schools and eight venues, the organisation will explore ways that sound and movement can provide authentic artistic participatory experiences for children and young people with complex support needs. The process will inform the narrative and structure of upcoming productions.
Hands On Cove Park: Outreach and on site 16 Jul 2018
International artist residency Cove Park will test a community outreach programme featuring off-site creative taster sessions delivered in and with community partner venues alongside an extended offer onsite to provide progression opportunities for young people experiencing disadvantage and existing participants.
Who Cares? Scotland works with children and young people with experience of the care system in Scotland to help them to speak out and access the rights to which they are entitled. The organisation focuses on influencing the people, cultures and systems that will positively affect the quality of life for care-experienced people. This grant will provide core funding to help them build on their advocacy work, ahead of the root and branch review of the care system in Scotland.
JustRight Scotland is a charitable group of human rights lawyers based in Scotland working towards a new model of collaborative social justice. Through this grant, JustRight Scotland will build a legal advice, policy and research hub, bringing together migration expertise and analysis to inform individuals, organisations and policymakers during the Brexit transition.
Access Technology Scotland aims to widen access to high quality digital skills education, training and facilities, particularly amongst groups experiencing disadvantage. In this project, they will work with three primary schools in North Ayrshire to deliver a music with technology project and evaluate the effectiveness of their approach.
YWCA Scotland – The Young Women’s Movement is a feminist organisation that creates transformational spaces to enable young women to lead personal, community and institutional change. YWCA runs safe spaces for young women aged 14 to 30 to participate in thematic activities of personal development, leadership, democracy and parliamentary system. This grant will support the organisation to strengthen the voice and influence of young women in Scotland to reduce gender inequality.
Contribution to growth plans 27 Feb 2017
Move On’s growth plans include diversifying income and developing their offer to include establishing a Centre of Excellency for Mentoring. They aim to increase the number of young people they work with, develop new approached to meet their needs and increase organisational resilience.
An Talla Solias will test a new curatorial framework designed to better reach local audiences including families, people with lower incomes, and the elderly. It will use this experience to embed a culture of reflective practice and develop a new engagement strategy tailored to its local context.
Based in Glasgow, Space Unlimited is a social enterprise and charity with a mission to build young people’s confidence and capacity to influence change. This grant contributes to the two Joint Managing Partner salaries, an Office Manager and improvements to digital resources. It will enable Space Unlimited to diversify its income and deepen its impact for young people and communities by sustaining and spreading its approach. Space Unlimited also seeks to influence more decision makers to genuinely shape services alongside young people.
Project Ability is a visual arts charity working with disabled children, and learning disabled adults and those with mental health problems, at its central Glasgow studio. Through a programme of artist-led activities and exhibitions, it aims to develop participants’ creative skills, to improve their wellbeing and confidence and to support their development as artists – bringing their work to wider audiences. Project Ability seeks to pilot and evaluate satellite versions of its studio in different communities, to improve the evidence base for its work and to understand how best to extend its model.
Connecting Creative Communities 08 May 2017
Supporting live performance in small-scale venues across Scotland’s highlands and islands, the Touring Network will bring together promoters, artists and communities to explore current practices within rural touring and develop a scalable model for touring that is relevant to and has an authentic connection with rural audiences.
Who Cares? Scotland supports the voice of care experienced people across Scotland through individual advocacy support, group participation activities and campaigning. A new Director of Operations will enhance the capacity of the senior leadership team, allowing the organisation to effectively manage the 1000 Voices campaign and influence the upcoming ‘Root and Branch’ review of the care system in Scotland.
This grant will support Creative Scotland, in partnership with Education Scotland and Creativity, Culture and Education, to continue to deliver the Art of Learning programme in five schools in Ayreshire. Originally funded through a Teacher Development Fund pilot in 2016-17, this action research project aims to train and support primary teachers to develop their skills and confidence in using arts based approaches in teaching and learning. It isl testing the hypothesis that an arts rich, creative learning programme can have a positive impact on the development of creativity skills, executive functions of the brain and attainment in children, particularly those living in areas of deprivation. Ultimately, it aims to contribute to closing the attainment gap.
Operating from a former nightclub in Dunfermline, Heart and Sound offers a range of creative and youth work activities. Working in partnership with young people and local organisations, Heart and Sound will develop a new youth work hub in the city. The hub will house multiple charities offering sporting and creative opportunities, and give Heart and Sound the space required to meet the increasing demand for its services.