Currently open funds
The fund aims to increase access to film in communities across Scotland and encourage film festivals to grow. Projects supported through this fund should help to promote cinema going and cinemas in Scotland, and to raise the profile of film.
The fund aims to enable organisations to explore ways of working that will help them to adapt and respond to the current changing circumstances due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The purpose of the Programme is to raise the international profile of Scottish artists through the promotion of Scottish work at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Opened: 5th Oct 2021
Next deadline: 23rd Nov 2021
Currently closed funds
This fund is aimed at nurturing the ambition, enthusiasm and talent of exceptional young artists (aged 5-26) engaged in traditional music and dance - with a priority focus on piping, drumming, Highland dance and traditional fiddle playing.
Opened: 17th Dec 2019
The Cinema Equipment Fund is for cinemas and venues to upgrade or install cinema screening equipment and aims to increase access to cinema and encourage resilience for film exhibitors based in Scotland.
Creates access to high quality music making opportunities for young people aged 0-25 years outwith school time. Young people must develop their music and music-making skills.
Opened: 29th Jul 2021
Supports strategic action, research or training that will strengthen the youth music sector in Scotland for the benefit of children and young people.
Opened: 29th Jul 2021
Regular Funding supports a breadth and range of arts and creative organisations and sustainable environments through which artists and creative people can deepen and deliver their work, their engagement with the public, and their professional networks.
Funding is available to support any work created in Scotland which attracts interest from international promoters as a result of being showcased at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Opened: 11th Sep 2019
The Youth Arts Access Fund is designed to support an increased range of music-making projects, as well as introducing projects delivering across wider art-form areas.
This fund seeks to increase the diversity of people in the arts, screen and creative industries by supporting a broad range of activities that can help applicants develop themselves and their creative and professional practice.
Opened: 18th Nov 2019
New funding to support individuals and organisations towards international partnership development and co-creation projects.
Supports projects which provide greater access to a variety of experiences for a diverse audience and broader opportunities for a more diverse range of artists.