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Development initiatives for International work

Venice Biennale
A national presentation of Scotland’s visual artists at the 2005 Venice Biennale, the world’s foremost festival of contemporary art.

Research and development opportunities through workshops, residencies and study with international practitioners, in Scotland and overseas.

Working with partners to showcase Scotland’s arts at promoters’ showcases, international festivals and trade fairs.

Working with the Scottish Government and Scottish International Forum to develop an international strategy for the promotion of Scotland.

Scotland in the Netherlands
Participation in the Scottish Government-led partnership for Scotland in the Netherlands through support for drama and dance productions, arts seminars and exchanges.

City of Literature
Supporting the successful awarding of the bid to establish Edinburgh as the first UNESCO-designated City of Literature.

International exchanges
Support for choreographers to work with dance artists from Europe, the USA, Canada, South America, Asia and Australia. Exchange of arts education officers between Fife and Japan.

City of Washington Pipe Band - Smithsonian Folklife festival
Claire Barclay, Drop Gag, 2003, Venice Biennale
Jim Lambie, 'Paradise Garage' - Hot Cuisine 2003, Venice Biennale
Simon Starling, Island for Weeds (prototype) 2003, Venice Biennale
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