As Scotland moves beyond level zero, the Scottish Government has published the guidance around the range of precautionary measures still in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at cultural performances and events. The Scottish Government has put in place a range of precautionary measures, intended to reduce the spread of the virus and help…
Five thousand people attended a rock concert in Barcelona on Saturday after passing a same-day screening test for COVID-19. The music fans attended after having received the all-clear from a coronavirus antigen test taken earlier in the day. The show took place with special permission from Spain’s health authorities in a pilot to examine whether the rapid…
With the recent announcement of the Creative Scotland ‘Culture Organisations & Venues Recovery Fund’ the SMIA presents a workshop with Jennifer McGlone which provides an overview of the fund and some advice for those thinking of applying.
With the recent announcement of the Creative Scotland ‘Cultural Organisations & Venues Fund’ the SMIA presents a workshop with Jennifer McGlone on Thursday 17th September at 1pm which will provide an overview and advice for those thinking of applying.
Creative Scotland today publishes details of the Scottish Government’s Culture Organisations and Venues Recovery Fund, which forms part of the £31.5m emergency funding for culture announced by the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, on 28 August.
The Events Industry Support Fund will comprise of a one-off grant of £10,000 to support businesses in the events industry, particularly those in the supply chain that are facing hardship and will be awarded as they are received.
Outdoor events in Scotland will be allowed to resume on Monday, with music venues, arts centres, theatres and comedy clubs given the green light to reopen on Monday 14th September with social distancing measures in place.