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Green Tease Reflections: Community Mapping for Environmental Empowerment

Green Tease Reflections: Community Mapping for Environmental Empowerment

Attendees of the event included representatives from community groups, environmentally engaged artists and sustainability practitioners, all with a shared interest …

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Green Tease Reflections: Are we COPing?

Green Tease Reflections: Are we COPing?

How the Game Works The game was played using a set of Google Slides that remain accessible online. To play …

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Green Tease Reflections: Museums of the FutureNow: Environmental Justice 

Green Tease Reflections: Museums of the FutureNow: Environmental Justice 

It sought to provide a space for participants to consider issues of environmental justice and collectively imagine what Scotland could …

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Green Tease Reflections: MANIFESTOS from times of CRISIS

Green Tease Reflections: MANIFESTOS from times of CRISIS

At this critical juncture, we need to think about how the disruption wrought by coronavirus is going to influence our …

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Green Tease Reflections: #arts4cop26 online planning discussion

Green Tease Reflections: #arts4cop26 online planning discussion

The event opened with introductions from Kat Jones of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland (SCCS) and writer and artist Wallace Heim …

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Green Tease Reflections: Renfrewshire Arts and Culture

Green Tease Reflections: Renfrewshire Arts and Culture

Introductions Leonie Bell, Paisley Partnership Strategic Lead, gave us a quick update on Future Paisley, a programme of events, activity …

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Green Tease Reflections: Climate Justice in Arts and Culture

Green Tease Reflections: Climate Justice in Arts and Culture

Session One In the first session, we offered an introduction to climate justice and developed a group definition. We then …

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Green Tease Reflections: Listening to the Anthropocene

Green Tease Reflections: Listening to the Anthropocene

Listening Exercise Emily Doolittle kicked off the event by leading everyone in a listening exercise. We first listened to what we could hear …

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Green Tease Reflections: COP Tales and Cocktails

Green Tease Reflections: COP Tales and Cocktails

COP26 will be the 26th annual UN climate conference, probably the most important gathering on climate change since the Paris …

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Green Tease Reflections: 60 Harvests Left?

Green Tease Reflections: 60 Harvests Left?

The event was organised in collaboration with the James Hutton Institute and brought together a diverse array of their researchers …

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Green Tease Reflections: Island Futures

Green Tease Reflections: Island Futures

We also heard from Mairi Davies of Historic Environment Scotland who demonstrated the connections between the issues raised in the …

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Blog: Hawick Green Tease Reflections

Blog: Hawick Green Tease Reflections

Organised by choreographer Claire Pençak and the Hawick Community Energy Group Ltd in partnership with Creative Carbon Scotland, Wilton Lodge …

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Blog: Ullapool Green Tease Reflections

Blog: Ullapool Green Tease Reflections

A few weeks ago, we held for our first Ullapool Green Tease, run in collaboration with An Talla Solais as …

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Blog: July 2017 Green Tease Reflections

Blog: July 2017 Green Tease Reflections

Edge Effects: Frontiers in Retreat was a Green Tease held in Glasgow on 27th July led by the Scottish Sculpture Workshop. The …

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April 2017 Green Tease Reflections

April 2017 Green Tease Reflections

Two weeks ago, the Green Tease network gathered at the Edinburgh Printmakers for a discussion of their most recent exhibition …

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October Green Tease Reflections

October Green Tease Reflections

In late October, we met in the School of Geosciences (University of Edinburgh) for one of our regular Green Tease …

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August Green Tease Reflections

August Green Tease Reflections

In August the Green Tease network met at North Edinburgh Arts for a guided tour of three inspiring urban brownfield site …

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July Green Tease Reflections

July Green Tease Reflections

In July we met at Out of the Blue in Edinburgh and the Tron Theatre in Glasgow for our monthly Green …

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Blog: April Green Tease Reflections

Blog: April Green Tease Reflections

This month we met the spring season with our April Green Tease events in Glasgow and Edinburgh, welcoming a range …

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Blog: February Green Tease Reflections

Blog: February Green Tease Reflections

The two events presented different opportunities to consider this relationship, one looking back at an artist residency which James Winnett …

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October 2015 – Green Tease Reflections

October 2015 – Green Tease Reflections

The Green Tease events are a monthly opportunity for people interested in arts, sustainability or both to come together and …

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September Green Tease Reflections

September Green Tease Reflections

The Green Tease events are a monthly opportunity for people interested in arts, sustainability or both to come together and …

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August Green Tease Reflections

August Green Tease Reflections

The Green Tease events are an opportunity for people interested in arts, sustainability or both to come together and discuss …

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July Green Tease Reflections

July Green Tease Reflections

Our monthly Green Tease events took a different approach in July as we went Pecha Kucha style in both Edinburgh …

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June Green Tease Reflections

June Green Tease Reflections

Glasgow  Performance artist and director of the UNFIX Festival Paul Michael Henry led the discussion in Glasgow. UNFIX (10-12th July) …

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May Green Tease Reflections

May Green Tease Reflections

A range of opportunities and ideas of how to contribute to ArtCOP Scotland were discussed including: Green Tease members contributing to …

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Green Tease Reflections: Launching ArtCOP Scotland

Green Tease Reflections: Launching ArtCOP Scotland

This past April, Creative Carbon Scotland hosted Green Tease gatherings in Edinburgh and Glasgow to discuss the possibility of an …

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Green Tease Reflections: Guddling About

Green Tease Reflections: Guddling About

A few weeks ago our monthly Green Tease group gathered in the cosy surroundings of Tchai Ovna teahouse in Glasgow’s …

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Edinburgh Green Tease Reflections: Community Growing at North Edinburgh Arts

Edinburgh Green Tease Reflections: Community Growing at North Edinburgh Arts

Kate began the afternoon’s discussion highlighting the key elements that are integral to the North Edinburgh Arts organisation, addressing the …

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Edinburgh Green Tease Reflections: Social Sustainability with Out Of The Blue

Edinburgh Green Tease Reflections: Social Sustainability with Out Of The Blue

This month’s meeting examined more fully how the power of the arts sector can be harnessed to enable social good, …

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Glasgow Green Tease Reflections: Paper Kiln Making with Teena Gould

Glasgow Green Tease Reflections: Paper Kiln Making with Teena Gould

Teena Gould, a ceramist with a strong background in public and community art, led discussion and action during the event, …

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Edinburgh Green Tease Reflections: Discussions with Eco Drama

Edinburgh Green Tease Reflections: Discussions with Eco Drama

Eco Drama is a Scottish theatre company that aims to “embed sustainability and ecology at the heart of the experience,” touring their …

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Glasgow Green Tease Reflections

Glasgow Green Tease Reflections

Last Tuesday we gathered for another of our monthly Glasgow Green Tease which bring together folk interested in arts and …

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Edinburgh Green Tease Reflections: Scandalous Edinburgh Walking Tour

Edinburgh Green Tease Reflections: Scandalous Edinburgh Walking Tour

For our second Edinburgh Green Tease, we joined the Scandalous Edinburgh walking tour for a guided tour of Edinburgh’s financial …

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Blog: Green Tease Reflections

Blog: Green Tease Reflections

Creative Carbon Scotland’s blogger-in-residence Allison Palenske reflects on our eighth  Glasgow Green Tease… The Pearce Institute in Govan, also known …

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Blog: Green Tease Reflections

Blog: Green Tease Reflections

Creative Carbon Scotland’s new “green” intern, Allison Palenske, reflects on her first Green Tease… A satisfyingly diverse audience gathered this …

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Blog: Green Tease Reflections

Blog: Green Tease Reflections

For our fifth Green Teas(e) we went to Govanhill Baths and what an appropriate venue it turned out to be …

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Blog: Green Tease Reflections

Blog: Green Tease Reflections

Last week we met for our fourth Green Teas(e) at GoMA for tea and biscuits and to build on the discussions …

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Green Tease Reflections: Make Works

Green Tease Reflections: Make Works

On 16th December we met for our third in a series of Green Teas(e) which bring together artists, arts organisations …

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#GreenArts Day 2020: Live Updates

#GreenArts Day 2020: Live Updates

Green arts day is now over for this year, but scroll down to get some highlights of what happened during …

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Opportunity: Funded Green Tease Open Call at UNFIX Festival

Opportunity: Funded Green Tease Open Call at UNFIX Festival

This special edition of the Green Tease Open Call is in partnership with UNFIX Festival, at CCA Glasgow on 29-31 …

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Opportunity: Green Tease Open Call

Opportunity: Green Tease Open Call

The Green Tease Open Call is a funded opportunity which supports sustainability practitioners and artists to exchange knowledge, ideas and …

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Embedded Artists Project – Green Tease Reflection

Embedded Artists Project – Green Tease Reflection

From January – March 2018 Elly White, Abbie McGunnigle and Gabi Gillott, students from the Edinburgh College of Art, explored different …

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Blog: Reflections on Blue Cow – Connecting Performing Arts & Sustainability

Blog: Reflections on Blue Cow – Connecting Performing Arts & Sustainability

Context and aims of the project Blue Cow has evolved out of Alice’s engagement with a scientific report, published in …

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Extending Practice: Choreography & Sustainability Workshop Reflections

Extending Practice: Choreography & Sustainability Workshop Reflections

The initial aim of the workshop was to explore how choreographic practices might contribute to environmental movements and sustainability. We …

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Thinking through the Anthropocene: Arts & Sustainability Residency Reflections

Thinking through the Anthropocene: Arts & Sustainability Residency Reflections

The premise of this year’s residency was to explore the ways artists can respond to, reflect and address the Anthropocene, …

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Green Tease Open Call

Green Tease Open Call

Creative Carbon Scotland is pleased to announce a funded open call for artists, freelancers, and cultural and environmental sustainability organisations …

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Green Tease

Green Tease

Since 2013 Green Tease has provided a platform for those interested in teasing out the links between the arts, climate …

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Mulling on Mull: 2015 Artist Residency Reflections

Mulling on Mull: 2015 Artist Residency Reflections

What were our aims? This March, we gathered at Comar in Tobermory on the Isle of Mull for our second annual Arts …

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April Green Tease: ArtCOP21 Scotland

April Green Tease: ArtCOP21 Scotland

This December the United Nations will call all the world’s leaders to Paris for COP 21 to make a crucial …

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Green Arts Initiative Member Wins 2015 Scottish Civic Trust My Place Award

Green Arts Initiative Member Wins 2015 Scottish Civic Trust My Place Award

The award is supported by the Scottish government and recognises projects that show good local design, conservation, placemaking and civic …

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2014 in Review: Green Tease Memories

2014 in Review: Green Tease Memories

Green Tease is a monthly get-together/”after school club” which brings together arts and sustainability folk to discuss the role of the …

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Upcoming event: Firing Ceramics with a Paper Kiln at Glasgow Green Tease

Upcoming event: Firing Ceramics with a Paper Kiln at Glasgow Green Tease

Join us on Thursday 27th November, 3 – 5pm as we light up a kiln made of repurposed newspaper to fire …

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#GreenFests highlights: Can Festivals Change the World? with Di Robson

#GreenFests highlights: Can Festivals Change the World? with Di Robson

On 14 August 2014, a room of festival organisers, arts administrators and creatives gathered at Fringe Central to share their …

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Read: September 2020 newsletter

Read: September 2020 newsletter

Our September edition is now available. Featuring: Seas of the Outer Hebrides Advice on recruiting an embedded artist Green Tease …

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CCS November Newsletter

CCS November Newsletter

Our November Newsletter featuring a report from last month’s Green Arts conference, Green Tease reflections and the connecting of the culture …

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Creative Carbon Scotland’s Guide to Making Plans for COP26

Creative Carbon Scotland’s Guide to Making Plans for COP26

Each COP involves a closed ‘blue zone’ where negotiations take place and country ‘pavilions’ are situated as well as a …

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Creative Carbon Scotland’s Guide to Climate Justice

Creative Carbon Scotland’s Guide to Climate Justice

This guide includes:  The basics: What is climate justice?  Why is climate justice relevant to Scottish arts and culture organisations?  How can you run your organisation in …

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Read: May 2020 newsletter

Read: May 2020 newsletter

Our May newsletter is out now! Featuring: Two new blogs Reflections from a recent Green Tease Two new online resources …

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Read: March 2020 Newsletter

Read: March 2020 Newsletter

Our latest newsletter is out now. Featuring: #GreenArts Day and Green Arts Initiative Annual Report Details for our next Green …

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culture/SHIFT

culture/SHIFT

What is culture/SHIFT? We believe that arts and culture have an essential role in achieving the necessary transformation to a …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: Culture/Shift: Working with the Arts for Mitigation & Adaptation

Over the summer Creative Carbon Scotland focused more than we have in the past on talking to people and organisations …

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Artist Residency Open Call: Thinking through the Anthropocene

Artist Residency Open Call: Thinking through the Anthropocene

We’re delighted to announce the details of our annual Arts & Sustainability Artists’ Residency (30th September – 3rd October). This …

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ArtCOP Scotland: Scotland’s Climate Change Arts Season

ArtCOP Scotland: Scotland’s Climate Change Arts Season

Using COP21 as a catalyst, Creative Carbon Scotland worked with a number of artists and cultural organisations to explore how …

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Case Study: Artist Engagement – The Edinburgh College of Art

Case Study: Artist Engagement – The Edinburgh College of Art

Working with artists is a key way to affect the sustainability of the arts sector: artists can have a significant …

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Opportunity: Bamboo Curtain Studio Creative Talent Programme

Opportunity: Bamboo Curtain Studio Creative Talent Programme

This opportunity comes from Bamboo Curtain Studio– The Bamboo Curtain Studio (BCS) in Taiwan aims to promote cross-cultural exchanges by …

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