“Arts & Business Scotland is delighted to be able to support the partnership between Sruighlea Festival and Stirling City Radio via match funding from the Culture & Business Fund Scotland. With four months to go, the line-up for this year’s festival already looks really impressive….”

Carl Watt

Head of Programmes, Arts & Business Scotland

CULTURE & BUSINESS FUND SCOTLAND

Managed by Arts & Business Scotland, and funded by the Scottish Government via Creative Scotland, the Culture & Business Fund Scotland brings creative projects – large and small – vividly to life.

The Fund aims to:

  • encourage businesses to sponsor arts and heritage activity within Scotland for the first time;
  • entice back businesses that have not sponsored the arts or heritage in Scotland within the previous two years.
  • support arts and heritage organisations in building new business sector partnerships;
  • attract non-Scottish based companies to sponsor arts and heritage activities in Scotland; and
  • encourage businesses to sponsor arts and heritage activity within Scotland with a two and three year commitment.
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“Arts & Business Scotland is delighted to be able to support the partnership between Sruighlea Festival and Stirling City Radio via match funding from the Culture & Business Fund Scotland. With four months to go, the line-up for this year’s festival already looks really impressive. It’s particularly exciting to see the festival supporting local talent by running a radio competition to win the opportunity to be part of this year’s Sruighlea Sessions. With so much planned across so many different art forms, this year’s Sruighlea Festival is shaping up to be a real cultural highlight of 2019. “We’re thrilled that this could not only raise awareness about the opportunities the Fund offers, but that other cultural organisations might be inspired to utilise it too.”

Carl Watt

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