Scottish Music Centre is delighted to receive continued support from Creative Scotland through the Regular Funding Network 2018-21.
Creative Scotland has announced the network of organisations that will receive Regular Funding for the three-year period: April 2018 to March 2021, following the conclusion of an open application process.
Gill Maxwell, Executive Director at Scottish Music Centre said,
“We’re delighted to have been awarded RFO funding for 2018-2021 and we are looking forward to working with our partners, colleagues and friends at home and abroad on a wide range of music projects.
The Scottish Music Centre is a nationally and internationally recognised organisation at the heart of the Scottish music industry. We’re active across all music genres and engage with creative people of all ages and abilities through a wide variety of projects, services and events.
Over the years, we’ve worked towards becoming a conduit, catalyst and connector to those working across the music sector at home and abroad and I’m delighted to be able to continue our work as a Regularly Funded Organisation.”
Our job is to champion, support and promote Scotland’s music, both established and emerging artists, across all genres. Find out about our archive and digital preservation, our talent development projects, our work with young people and our international collaborations at: www.scottishmusiccentre.com
Richard Greer, Chair at Scottish Music Centre said,
“I’m very pleased that Creative Scotland will continue to support the Centre’s vital work in supporting Scotland’s music industry and artists, at all levels, across Scotland and beyond, in what are challenging times. I’m extremely proud of what Gill and the team have achieved and our award is testament to their continued hard work and dedication. I look forward to working with them to take the Centre’s ambitions forward in the coming years.”