Tuesday, 5 October 2010

A cathedral to Mammon

Scottish Screen chief departs as Creative Scotland posts filled
Exclusive: Phil Miller, 10 Jun 2010

We will not please everyone, warns new arts chair
Phil Miller, Arts Correspondent, 12 Jun 2010
"Sir Sandy Crombie, an independent director of the Royal Bank of Scotland and former chief executive of Standard Life, is to be chairman."

Interview: Sir Sandy Crombie - Chairman of Creative Scotland
Published Date: 13 June 2010, By Tim Cornwell

Arts body launches at last ... as funding cuts loom
Phil Miller, Arts Correspondent, 2 Jul 2010

Creative Scotland early squeeze warning
Published Date: 21 June 2010, By CLAIRE GARDNER

Stage set for severe cutbacks to the arts
EXCLUSIVE: Phil Miller, Arts Correspondent, 23 Jul 2010
Scotland’s leading performing arts organisations have been asked to prepare for severe cuts to their funding.

Don't look on us simply as a grants body, warn Creative Scotland chiefs
Published Date: 23 July 2010, By BRIAN FERGUSON
Creative Scotland's figureheads warned they are set to pursue radical new funding policies as part of a drive to boost the cultural sector in the face of fierce public spending cuts.

Galleries may be forced to start charging as cuts loom
EXCLUSIVE: Phil Miller, Arts Correspondent, 24 Jul 2010

Exporting arts is key, says chief of Creative Scotland
Exclusive: Phil Miller, Arts Correspondent, 14 May 2010
Creative Scotland will concentrate on places rather than sectors and forge alliances with countries such as America and India, its new chief executive has revealed.
He said he has now banned the word funding at Creative Scotland and is instead using the word invest, which will be used in four conceptual areas: Ideas, Talent, Place and Scotland.

The new philistines
Thursday, 12 August 2010

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