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Over the coming weeks, we’ll be adding more events throughout Scotland as we journey towards the Games. Browse our ‘event type’ pages to find out about nationwide events to get involved with now.

  

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Glasgow International»

Animating the city from 4th – 21st April 2014, Glasgow International showcases the best of local and international art for wide-ranging audiences.Returning for its sixth edition, the festival will continue to showcase Glasgow as a unique major centre for the production and display of contemporary visual art.Glasgow International is a world-renowned biennial festival of contemporary art that...

Get Scotland Dancing »

More than 250 organisations are coming together to provide thousands of opportunities to take part in and enjoy a huge range of dance activities throughout Scotland and across the world in 2014, through the Get Scotland Dancing initiative.Activities that the aspiring dancers can get involved in include:> Free taster dance classes> 24 hour global Commonwealth Ceilidh> Dance Trails to...

Edinburgh International Festival »

As part of the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme, a major season of South African work will be presented at this year’s Edinburgh International Festival.The season of work which celebrates the 20th anniversary of democracy in South Africa opens with the world premiere of a new ballet “Inala”. Composer Ella Spira has collaborated with Ladysmith Black Mambazo which performs live creating the...

McLaren 2014 to celebrate the centenary of pioneering filmmaker»

Legendary animator and filmmaker Norman McLaren is to have his life’s work and legacy celebrated through a packed programme of events, marking the 100 year anniversary of his birth.McLaren 2014 will kick off in April with exhibitions, screenings, workshops and performances throughout Scotland and the rest of the UK.The Centre for the Moving Image in partnership with the National Film Board of...

New Music Biennial »

PRS for Music Foundation’s first ever New Music Biennial is crossing both the country and musical boundaries.With 20 new commissions from some of our most exciting composers and containing performances by world class musicians such as City of London Sinfonia, Bourne Davis Kane and Juice Vocal Ensemble, and broadcasts across BBC Radio 3. NMC Recordings will be digitally releasing all 20...

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