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Santa's SAC Click for full size imageDECEMBER 2005: SANTA'S SAC

A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all Arts Journal readers.
01 December 2005


Harold Pinter Prize Click for full size imageNOVEMBER 2005: PINTER PRIZE

Harold Pinter, known for the emphatic silences within his plays, has been awarded the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature, the highest honour available to any writer in the world.
01 November 2005


Cultural Commission Click for full size imageOCTOBER 2005: CULTURAL COMMISSION

With the publication of a massive 500 page final report in late June 2005, the work of the Cultural Commission is now complete.
01 October 2005


Theatre Network Click for full size imageSEPTEMBER 2005: THEATRE NETWORK

The new Highlands & Islands Theatre Network (HITN) is a consortium of the region's professional producing theatre and dance companies.
01 September 2005


Tardis Click for full size imageAUGUST 2005: HIGHLAND 2007

Plans for the Scottish Year of Highland Culture in 2007 finally begin to take shape.
01 August 2005


Stag@Ebay Click for full size imageJULY 2005: MONARCH OF THE GLEN

Sir Edwin Henry Landseer's work is exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy.
01 July 2005


JUNE 2005: EDEN COURT CLOSURE

Eden Court, the Highlands' premier venue, closes its doors for a major development in June 2005.
01 June 2005


MAY 2005: HIGHLAND FESTIVAL CANCELLATION

The Highland Festival suffer a major blow on their 10th Anniversary when the 2005 event is cancelled.
01 May 2005


APRIL 2005: CULTURAL COMMISSION

The Scottish Executive has appointed a Cultural Commission to undertake a national review, and investigate the issue of cultural entitlement and infrastructure.
01 April 2005


MARCH 2005: DANCE FUNDING

Cartoonist Dave Smith takes a topical look at cultural issues.
01 March 2005


FEBRUARY 2005: WIND SCULPTURE

Cartoonist Dave Smith takes a topical look at cultural issues.
01 February 2005