The Saltire Society is offering a fantastic opportunity for someone to join the team at a unique, independent and authoritative voice supporting and celebrating Scotland’s cultural life. We are looking for a dynamic individual who can work well in a small team as well as on their own initiative, with proven experience in event programming and management.
Dame Evelyn Glennie and John Angus MacKay recieve their Fletcher of Saltoun Awards at a Ceremony at Aberdeen Town House.
The Inspiring Scotland programme continues with support for traditional musicians and contemporary dance.
Astronomer Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie, playwright&visual artist John Byrne & Gaelic activist John Angus Mackay honoured with Fletcher Awards
Ten Scottish women from the fields of the arts, culture, politics, activism, law and science have been honoured and inducted into the esteemed Saltire Society ‘Outstanding Women of Scotland’ community at a special event in Glasgow today.
An adventurous occasion to profile Scottish talent, creativity & achievement across the full range of the Scotland’s imaginative powers.
The Saltire Society announced the shortlists for the 2013 Saltire Scottish Book of the Year and First Book of the Year Awards last night at an event on the future of Scottish writing at Wigtown Book Festival.
The latest of our Saltire International Student Travel bursaries is aimed at young musicians from Fèisean nan Gàidheal.
The permanent, the located and the immovable. I have long been fascinated by art, and by this I mean art in the broadest possible sense, located in a specific place, art that never moves, locked in its site.
No Scottish Storytelling Centre, Scottish Poetry Library, School of Scottish Studies.
No Edinburgh International Festival and all that grew around it in our capital city.