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Job: Finance and operations director (full-time, 35 hours/week)

The finance and operations director is a new post created to help us deftly navigate an increased workload extending from …

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Job: Green Arts development officer (full-time, 35 hours/week)

We’re looking for a new Green Arts development officer to lead on developing and delivering Green Arts best practice guidance, …

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Job: Access producer with Creative Dundee

Creative Dundee wants to do better at making our organisation, programmes and events more accessible and relevant to those who …

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Read: April 2022 newsletter

Our April 2022 edition is now available. Featuring: Upcoming recruitment The Hollywood Forest Story Reflecting on: Artwashing Surveys, opportunities, good …

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Culture’s climate emergency commitment drives CCS growth

We believe the plan, which sets out an ambitious range of actions that Creative Scotland will take to achieve net …

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Opportunity: Filmmaking creative commission

The targets set for reducing carbon emissions in Scotland and the UK will require a significant improvement in the energy …

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Reflecting on: What is Artwashing?

‘Artwashing’ is a term that has been popularised to describe the ways that major polluters and other organisations that cause …

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Job: Craft and design manager

Craft and design manager Part time: 20 hours per week Wednesday-Saturday, 10am-3pm Salary: £11,466 – £12,266 (entry point linked to …

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Opportunity: Dandelion Harvest grants programme

The Dandelion Harvest Grants Programme, in partnership with BEMIS, has been developed to support and celebrate community groups and organisations …

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Opportunity: The Grey Hill Insights Podcast

The Grey Hill is an online platform that produces and supports audio theatre, with the aim of making theatre inclusive …

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