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  • Alistair Paterson - Creative writing and poetry; offers details of workshops, poetry, and profile.
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  • Art in Partnership - Scotland's public art commissions agency. Offers information about services, projects, news and contacts.
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  • British Council Scotland - Offers details on learning, arts and culture, group profile and events.
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  • Chapman - Site of one of Scotland's leading independent literary print magazines.
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  • craftscotland - National initiative to promote and develop Scottish contemporary crafts; includes listings of makers, retailers, galleries, events, news, features, opportunities, training and business advice.
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  • Creative Scotland - National development agency for the arts, screen and creative industries.
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  • David and June Gordon Memorial Trust - Charitable trust that supports art, community, and youth organisations in the north-east of Scotland.
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  • Espionage - Offers details of club, news, DJ profiles, directions, and contacts. Clubs in Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
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  • Impact Arts - Arts organisation which works in partnership with local authorities, based in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Includes information about events and activities.
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  • John Barrington - Author, after dinner speaker and Scottish guide. Includes information about his books and a diary of events.
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  • The National Library of Scotland - Originally established in 1682 to serve scholars, researchers and large users of information. Now responsible to the Scottish Executive.
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  • National Theatre of Scotland - Offers what's on, news and features, workshops and contacts.
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  • Peter Nardini Art and Music - Scottish artist and singer/songwriter. Includes image galleries of his paintings, information about his music and on-line shopping.
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  • Premier Bingo - Manage several clubs throughout east central Scotland. Includes session times and contact information for individual locations.
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  • Royal Scottish Society of Arts - Offers introduction, details of meetings, and contacts.
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  • Scotland the Movie Location Guide - A guide to the locations appearing in movies and television filmed in Scotland.
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  • Scottish Arts Council - A source of information on the arts in Scotland: crafts, drama, dance, literature, music, visual arts. Arts funding including lottery money, committees, press releases, links, publications.
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  • Scottish Basketmakers Circle - Promotes basketmaking, chairseating, environmental sculptures, and other crafts using willow. Information about courses, events, news, membership, and a gallery.
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  • Scottish Book Trust. - Works with people throughout Scotland to promote the pleasures and benefits of reading and books. Runs Writers Register and Writers in Scotland programmes.
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  • Scottish Centre of International PEN - Writers' association. Campaigns, news, and section for members.
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  • Scottish Glass - Offers information and a showcase of Scottish glass, past and present. Includes a list of companies and individuals involved in glass.
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  • Screen Machine Mobile Cinema - Britain's only mobile cinema serving the Highlands and Islands. Includes tour schedule, programme, and background to the project.
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  • SLAINTE: Scottish Libraries Across The Internet - Provided by the Scottish Library and Information Council and the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals in Scotland. People, organisations, career and education advice, libraries and events.
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  • The Society of Scottish Artists - Promotes the contemporary arts in Scotland; information about exhibitions, membership, newsletter, and a history.
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  • West Coast Cinemas - Cinemas in Dunoon and Greenock. Film times, general information, and cinema details.
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