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Scottish Studies Newsletter - Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

Scottish Studies Newsletter - Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

18 As Others See Us "As

18 As Others See Us "As Others See Us: the view from Catalunya (2)", Herald 26-02-13. "As Others See Us: the view from Russia", Herald 20-02-13. "As Others See Us: the View from Norway", Herald 13-02-13. "As Others See Us: the view from Canada", Herald 01-02-13. "As Others See Us: the view from France", Herald 25-01-13: The times of the 'Auld Alliance' with France are over. But could there be a chance of a 'New Alliance' with Germany? "As Others See Us: the view from Crimea", Herald 21-01-13. "As Others See Us: the view from Nagorno-Karabakh", Herald 26-11-12. "As Others See Us: the view from the United States", Herald 12-11-12. "As Others See Us: the view from Israel", Herald 29-10-12. "As others see us: the view from Spain", Herald 16-10-12. Creative Scotland "Edinburgh Art Festival unveils line-up", Scotsman 03-04-13. "Arts diary: The £110,000 question", Scotsman 21-03-13: "Is Creative Scotland getting back on track after the disasters of last year? We're now two dates into a tour of 'Open Sessions', organised 'to encourage open debate on Creative Scotland and its place in a healthy and thriving future for the arts, screen and creative industries'." "Creative Scotland 'must change' to benefit arts", Scotsman 15-03-13: "A new vision for the arts in Scotland should reject the idea of the 'creative industries' and language more associated with the banking sector, a major cultural summit has heard. The first of a series of roadshows intended to help transform troubled quango Creative Scotland heard demands that it become more challenging of government and had to be radically restructured." "Creative Scotland unveils 'action plan for change'", Scotsman 08-03-13: "Troubled arts agency Creative Scotland has unveiled an 'action plan for change' following months of turmoil at the quango – but has failed to meet a deadline for the appointment of a new figurehead. The recruitment process for a replacement for Andrew Dixon, who was forced to quit in December after months of criticism of how the agency was being run, was supposed to begin at the end of February." "Janice Galloway and Vicky Feathersone join Creative Scotland interview panel", Scotsman 08-02-13: "Author Janice Galloway and Vicky Featherstone, former artistic director of the National Theatre of Scotland, will help choose the new head of Scotland's troubled arts quango." Scottish Studies Newsletter 41, April 2013

19 "14 projects of 'Year of Natural Scotland' named", Scotsman 29-01-13: "Fourteen projects will share more than half a million pounds worth of funding for arts and culture initiatives during the 'Year of Natural Scotland' campaign. Light shows, dance productions, visual art installations, musical pieces, and new festivals will all be developed over the next 12 months. Towns, cities, coastal villages, gardens, woodland areas and remote islands will take centre stage as part of the initiative, being jointly funded by two public agencies leading the campaign – Creative Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage." "Creative Scotland to hold talks with arts groups", Scotsman 21-01-13: "Troubled arts agency Creative Scotland has agreed to host a series of 'open sessions' and draw up a whole new blueprint for the organisation following the resignation of its chief executive last month." "Comment: 'Scottish literature is often overlooked'", Scotsman 02-01-13: "Next year is certain to be a big year for Scotland – not just at home, but on the world stage. There's the Commonwealth Games, the 700th anniversary of Bannockburn, a second Year of Homecoming, and – of course – that referendum. All are certain to keep the world's eyes on Scotland in 2014. However there's another lesser-known event taking place next year: the 200th anniversary of the publication of Sir Walter Scott's Waverley. Waverley was the first in a series of novels from a man who did more than any other writer to interest the world in Scotland. Thus for many reasons, this seemed the right year to celebrate the global quality of Scotland's literature." "The Year of Creative Scotland – a branding exercise overshadowed by controversy", Scotsman 20-12-12: "When the government dreamed up the 'Year of Creative Scotland' – an attempt to draw attention to Scottish culture in the midst of the 2012 London Olympics – who'd have thought it would end up meaning something so different from what was intended?" "Creative Scotland's statement in full", Scotsman 07-12-12: "This statement details the commitments for change as agreed by the Creative Scotland Board at the meeting on the 5th and 6th December." "Under-fire Creative Scotland chief quits after rebellion", Scotsman 04-12-12: "The head of the under-fire arts quango Creative Scotland has quit in the wake of a growing rebellion over the running of the organisation. Andrew Dixon resigned on Monday following months of criticism of the flagship quango from angry artists and arts organisations." "Creative Scotland shortlists harshest critics for contentious awards", Scotsman 10-11-12: "Some of Creative Scotland's harshest critics have been nominated for honours in the agency's contentious awards scheme." "Creative Scotland chief apologises for all-male awards jury", Scotsman 09-11-12: "The head of arts quango Creative Scotland has been forced to apologise for the all-male jury which will judge its flagship awards." "Creative Scotland insists all-male panel will decide award winners", Scotsman 08-11-12: "Arts quango Creative Scotland has insisted the controversial all-male panel for its flagship awards scheme will decide who the final winners are. The Scottish Government's main cultural body has come under growing fire for failing to include any women on the panel which drew up the secret shortlist for next month's event." Scottish Studies Newsletter 41, April 2013

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