We are the voice of
  • artists
  • applied artists
  • makers
  • weavers
  • ceramicists
  • curators
  • crafters
  • designers
  • environmental artists
  • furniture makers
  • illustrators
  • jewellers
  • painters
  • photographers
  • printmakers
  • sculptors
  • art educators

The Scottish Artists Union campaigns for better working conditions for all visual and applied artists living and working Scotland.

 

News & Updates

Hardship Funding Update October 2020

This is a members update with information about the Creative Freelancers Hardship Fund that will launch next week.

UBI Report Summer 2020

Here's the report from our recent Members' Survey about the potential roll out of a...

Members Newsletter October 2020

This newsletter keeps you up to date with info about our recent AGM, funding opportunities and new members...

Jackson's discounts for Members

Here's information about Jackson's Discounts for our membership, we hope you find these useful! 
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Our Members Speak

“Thank your very much Scottish Artists Union, once again you have kicked the arse of a gallery so I’m getting paid! This is great, I really appreciate your help. Thank you so much, you can count on my support for every day until I die and possibly for a few years after that as well!”

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We are the voice of working artists in Scotland

We are the voice of working artists in Scotland

Constituted in 2001, the Scottish Artists Union lobbies on behalf of visual artists working in Scotland, defending their rights, expanding their benefits and fighting to make their professional practice a means to support a better quality of life. Read more ›
Become a member for only £60/yr.
 
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Benefits for members
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What our members are telling us
We survey our members every year to find out their experince of creating art in Scotland and the issues they face every day.
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What our members are telling us

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