The Scottish Music Industry Association is looking for a campaign producer to lead its flagship project the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award.
The Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA) would like to thank Creative Scotland and the Scottish Government for the significant funding they have awarded us in response to our application for regular funding...
The 2017 winner of the most coveted music prize in Scotland was announced live as Sacred Paws with their album Strike A Match.
The SAY Award is a prestigious and exciting arts prize produced by the Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA), with Paisley for UK City of Culture 2021, Creative Scotland, TicketWeb and PPL...
After a fantastic year working as Projects and Operations Manager at the Scottish Music Industry Association, I’ve decided it’s time to move on to pastures new and to tackle a new challenge...
Capital XTRA’s Music Potential comes to Glasgow, helping inspire 18-25 year olds, by developing musical skills, talent and enhancing employability prospects through a short course.
The Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA) is seeking a passionate and highly motivated candidate to undertake a 3-month internship.
Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA) is delighted to launch two new research projects.
The Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA) is being restructured, reprioritised and reformed. We communicate regularly with our paid membership, but we also want to let those of you in the wider music industry (and related sectors) know what we’re doing.
UK Music have released the following press release about diversity in the UK music industry:Workforce diversity in the British music industry