Funding is available to help support the presentation at the Fringe of new or existing artistically ambitious work with strong onward potential as part of the Made in Scotland Showcase.
Made in Scotland is a curated showcase that promotes high quality music, theatre and dance from Scotland-based artists to international promoters and audiences at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe each year.
The Showcase Fund supports the presentation at the Fringe of new or existing artistically ambitious work with strong onward potential as part of the Made in Scotland Showcase. All applicants should be considering their international ambitions for the show being presented.
Those selected to be part of Made in Scotland will also receive support and advice to help them prepare for participation in the programme, including advice on marketing, venues, networking and much more.
Applications can come from individual artists, companies, organisations, promoters, record labels and venues.
All applicants must be based in Scotland. Student and non-professional companies are not eligible to apply.
Organisations already in receipt of Creative Scotland Regular Funding, Open Funding or other Targeted Funds are eligible to apply but need to clearly demonstrate the additional benefits that support from Made in Scotland will present.
The total budget available for the Made in Scotland 2023 programme will be in the region of £300k.
There is no minimum or maximum level of grant for which you can apply and given the broad range in scale of applications received it is not possible to advise on a typical award level. Please note that in the past the budget has supported 15-20 awards.
You should bear in mind that Made in Scotland funding should not be your only source of funding.
Deadline: 12noon, Tuesday 22 November 2022
For full details, visit our website: https://www.creativescotland.com/made-in-scotland
Location: All Scotland
The deadline is Tuesday 22 November 2022 at 12:00.