Scotland Re:Designed is all about the collaboration of those with a passion and belief in the Scottish fashion and textiles industries
goNORTH was launched in 2001 to provide a platform for artistes from the north of Scotland to showcase for music industry and media representatives on their own patch. Originally hosted across Aberdeen’s Belmont Street, we briefly relocated to Dundee, before settling in Scotland’s most northerly city, Inverness. Now covering a much wider remit including Screen & Broadcast, Designer Fashion and Publishing, goNORTH has become an international event firmly established as Scotland’s leading Creative Industries Festival.
Creative Scotland is the country’s national development agency for the arts, screen and creative industries. It invests almost £60 million each year in Scotland’s creative future and its vision is that Scotland is recognised as a leading creative nation – one that attracts, develops and retains talent, where the arts and creative industries are supported and celebrated and their economic contribution fully captured, an nation where the arts and creativity play a central part in the live education and well-being of our population.
Zero Waste Scotland / Love Your Clothes
Zero Waste Scotland is funded by the Scottish Government to support the delivery of its Zero Waste Plan and other low carbon and resource efficiency policy priorities.
Under the Zero Waste Scotland umbrella, is Love Your Clothes which is a campaign that aims to raise awareness of the value of clothes and help us make the most of the clothes we already have. They focus on encouraging people to think about way they purchase, use and dispose of clothes.
The Model Team is Scotland’s leading model agency. Providing an outstanding service to their clients offering a wide range of creative options and strive to provide the highest quality representation to their models as they develop throughout their career.
emergents is a community interest company that aims to support the development of creative careers, enterprise and the economy in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland and beyond. They aim to achieve this by nurturing creative talent and creative businesses through general and specific support including mentoring, training, advice and networking.
COSLA, the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities, is the representative voice of Scottish local government, lobbying on behalf of our members – Scotland’s 32 councils. Formed in 1975, they exist to promote and protect the interests of councils in Scotland and the people and communities they serve by representing their views to Scottish, UK and European governments and legislatures, other bodies and the public.
SWG3 (Studio Warehouse Glasgow) is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary arts space in the westend of Glasgow. We run an annual programme of exhibitions, band nights and events as well as being home to a community of over 120 artists and musicians.
Through visual arts, dance, music, theatre, and film, Culture 2014 brought a Commonwealth flavour to some of Scotland’s most exciting festivals.
Just as the Games brought the Commonwealth’s best athletes into the Host City, Festival 2014 filled Glasgow with exciting entertainment and culture from Scotland and around the world.
Between July 19th and August 3rd, Glasgow’s venues, parks and streets were packed with entertainment and culture.