The Music Venue Trust has formally announced the launch of the Music Venues Alliance, an association of venues and organisations that have united behind the work of the Trust to engage with the industry, the cultural sector and politicians, to take actions that protect, secure and improve the UK's music venue network.
The Cultural Enterprise Office has updated its Support Directory with a complete list of organisations and websites providing support to creatives working in Scotland.
The Scottish Trade Union Congress (STUC) will be holding its 4th LGBT Workers Conference on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 May in Clydebank.
All Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) members are eligible to join the Musicians’ Union at a 50% reduction in annual members fees.
The draft budget for Northern Ireland 2015-16 is out now for public consultation. The document proposes a 10% cut to the budget for the Department of Culture Arts and Leisure. That translates as an 11.2% cut to direct public funding for the arts.
Showcase Scotland Expo will present a showcase of Scottish artists and internationally renowned musicians at the second edition of The Visit.
MU members who live in Scotland and pay into the political fund will soon be receiving voting papers for the Scottish Labour Party Leadership Elections.
Not sure about signing the petition to Save the Ulster Orchestra? Here’s why you should care, sign and share.
The GMB Glasgow APEX Branch have organised a screening of Ken Loach’s film, Bread & Roses, as part of the STUC week of action for St Andrew’s Day, celebrating inclusion and tackling racism.
As a professional musician, the health of your hearing is of utmost importance. Noise induced hearing loss can be a real concern for all professional musicians and it remains hugely important to protect and look after your hearing wherever possible.