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_ THE SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCIL Creative Scotland Awards
If the arts are to ﬂourish in Scotland, there must be opportunities for
talented people to develop their work while continuing to stay here.
The Scottish Arts Council National Lottery Fund is Applications close on 18 October 1999, with the ﬁnal offering 14 awards of £25,000 each to indiw'dual artists, decisions to be made by an independent panel chaired by based in Scotland, who have already made an important Dame Diana Rigg.
contribution to their field. We hope the awards will
provide opportunities to experiment, to refresh skills and For an information pack and application jorm, contact our Help to realise imaginative ideas. Desk, open Monday-Friday, lOam- IZnoon and 2-4pm:
W l ' ' ° . . e want to encourage peop e working in a Wide range Scottlsh Arts Councnl
and combination of artforms - architecture, crafts, 12 Manor Place, Edinburgh EH3 7DD dance, design, digital media, drama/theatre, fashion,
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The Scottish Arts Council is creating a dynamic arts environment which enhances the quality of life for the people of Scotland.
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