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the 'Wee Windaes' website.
A two-year creative residency which will promote and support the Scots language is now open for applications.
The role of Scots Scriever is designed to produce original creative work in Scots and to raise the profile of the Scots language. It provides an opportunity to work with the Scots collections at the National Library of Scotland and to make them more visible to the public.
Established in 2015 by the Library and Creative Scotland, the role involves a high level of public engagement across Scotland.
The closing date for applications is Monday 28 May.
Read more in the Scriever residency media release.
A twa-year creative residency tae promuive an uphaud the Scots leid is nou open tae applications.
The role o Scots Scriever is ettelt tae mak original creative wark in Scots an tae heeze the staunin o the Scots leid. It gies opportunity tae wark wi the hairstins o Scots literatur at the Naitional Leebrar o Scotland an tae mak these mair kenspeckle tae the public.
Foondit in 2015 bi the National Leebrar an Creative Scotland, the role unnertaks a hantle o public engagement athort Scotland.
This will be the saicent Scots Scriever residency. The first post frae 2015-2017 wis uphuadit bi Hamish MacDonald, wha played a significant pairt in the biggin o the National Leebrar's 'Wee Windaes' wabsteid.
The closin date fir applications is Monday 28th o Mey.
8 May 2018