Another culture minister
So another day, another culture minister. (I'm beginning to lose count but I think it's number 10 if you count the ministerial double act of Sam Galbraith and Rhona Brankin).
Mike Russell, who's been in the job since February takes over as Education Secretary from Fiona Hyslop.
Ms Hyslop has faced repeated calls from opposition parties for her to resign following criticism of her handling of class sizes and the school building programme.
But rather than facing the door, it's merely a short spin on the roundabout to take up the vacant culture and external affairs post - minus the constitutional role which Mr Russell also had.
While Mr Russell's new job is being described as a welcome promotion for one of the few government big-hitters, political commentators are suggesting Ms Hyslop's move is a "demotion", something which hasn't gone down well with cultural organisations.
On top of that, many believe Mr Russell was one of the few culture ministers to actually have practical experience in the cultural sector, and although he couldn't secure any new cash, had at least raised the profile of the portfolio beyond that of Minister for Fun.
Ms Hyslop isn't expected to have an easy start as culture minister, with the final transition of Creative Scotland - the country's new arts body - not yet complete and the role of chief executive of the new body, not yet appointed.
And with local authority cuts looming - and many organisations fearful about their future funding - she's going to have to move fast to provide reassurance.
Could another cultural gathering in the Traverse be imminent?