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Information about dance in Scotland including research reports, contact lists and strategy documents.
 
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  2010
Dance Contacts
A list of key dance organisations and other useful contacts in Scotland.
 
 
 
  2010
Dance Extra - June 2010
Events, workshops and opportunities for Dancers in Scotland
 
 
 
  2010
Reviews of strategies 2002/07 and challenges for the way ahead
The Scottish Arts Council aims to help artists and organisations fulfil their creative and business potential; increase participation in the arts; and place the arts, culture and creativity at the heart of learning. This document provides a brief summary of recent accomplishments and some pointers to the challenges ahead.
 
 
 
  2010
Dance in Scotland 2010
This publication presents the companies and choreographers actively creating and touring dance supported by the Scottish Arts Council.
 
 
 
  2010
Dance Extra - March 2010
Events, workshops and opportunities for Dancers in Scotland
 
 
 
  2009
Public Art Plan 2009/10
The purpose of the Public Art Plan 2009-10 is to outline the Scottish Arts Council’s plan to develop and support public art during 2009-10.
 
 
 
  2009
Quick Guide (Dance)
Aimed at artists, arts organisations, partners and other policy makers, the Quick Guides give a brief snapshot of the current context in each artform and in the areas of audience development and education, where specialist teams work across the organisation. The Quick Guides highlight priorities in crafts, dance, drama, literature, music, visual arts, audience development and arts education. They describe the steps we will take in each area of the arts to ensure we meet our goal.
 
 
 
  2009
Dance Extra August 2009
events, workshops and opportunities for Dancers in Scotland
 
 
 
  2008
Executive Summary by CAHRU on Dance-in-Schools Initiative
This report presents the findings from an evaluation undertaken by the Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit (CAHRU) at The University of Edinburgh of the ‘Dance-in-Schools Initiative’ (DISI). The DISI consisted of a five-week programme of dance, delivered to primary and secondary school pupils across all 32 local authorities in Scotland between 2005 and 2008.
 
 
 
  2008
Dance and Disability in Scotland
Dance work in Scotland includes disabled people at many levels – in participatory activities, within training programmes, and through the showcasing of professional dance practice. The Dance Department of the Scottish Arts Council is concerned to maintain a strategic approach to dance and disability with an emphasis on innovation and choreographic practice. To support this, the Dance Department commissioned Jo Verrent to undertake relevant research
 
 
 
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