Arts and Culture
Minister says costs of April event in America was "money well spent".
Conference a culmination of East Lothian’s two-year dance programme for young people.
The formation of Scotland’s first ever forum for the Music Industry has been announced.
Map searching service to improve historical documentation of built heritage.
Minister opens Where the Heart Is exhibition celebrating success of inner-city regeneration.
Scotland has been chosen as a major feature of the Smithsonian Folklife Festival 2003.
Dh’ainmich Mìcheal MacBhàtar an-diugh gun robhar a’ dol a stèidheachadh Bòrd na Gàidhlig.
Initial response by Executive to report on future of the language.
Scotland House organises exhibition of Scottish art and design on theme of nature and environment.
Winners of the Commonwealth poster competition exhibit their work in First Minister's residence.
Minister hands over £1 million cheque to help fund restoration of Kelvingrove.
Aithisg a tha a' mineachadh planaichean gus a' Ghaidhlig ath-bheothachadh ann an Alba.
A report detailing plans to reinvigorate the Gaelic language in Scotland has been published.
Culture Minister announces £3 million for Glasgow's museums and galleries.
Minister keen to promote Scottish film industry at Cannes Festival.
Key film industry post to be advertised as it falls vacant.
Architecture and the built environment to find a place in school studies.
Strategic fund to offer grants for local projects with national significance.
Fund for projects to promote knowledge of the country's National Bard.
First Minister inaugurates new lease of life for city's ancient prison.