Applications Open for 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Sustainable Practice Award!
Each year, this international award celebrates the best and most innovative in sustainability at the world's largest arts festival.
All productions taking part in the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe are eligible to apply, and application is made through the completion of a free award toolkit, which poses questions about a production’s choices around show design and content!
A show need not contain explicit themes of sustainability to win: rather the award is judged on the considerations made at the design stages, through to the marketing of their show and their time in Edinburgh. Shows can be of any form and genre, but must be listed as participating in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme, and be able to be viewed by our assessors during the Festival.
The deadline for applications is midday on Friday 11th August 2017.
Previous recipients include: The Pantry Shelf, produced by Team M&M at Sweet Grassmarket; Allotment by Jules Horne and directed by Kate Nelson, produced by nutshell productions at the Inverleith Allotments in co-production with Assembly; The Man Who Planted Trees adapted from Jean Giono’s story by Ailie Cohen, Richard Medrington, Rick Conte and directed by Ailie Cohen, produced by Puppet State Theatre; How to Occupy an Oil Rig by Daniel Bye; A Comedy of Errors and Macbeth by The HandleBards/Peculius; Lungs by Paines Plough at Roundabout; and Are We Stronger Than Winston? by VOU Fiji Dance.
Have a look through our #GreenFests archive to find out more about the previous winners and shortlisted shows.
If you have any questions about the Edinburgh Fringe Sustainable Practice Award, please contact Catriona on firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Creative Carbon Scotland office on 0131 529 7909.
Click here for more information about the Edinburgh Fringe Sustainable Practice Award, previous winners, and about other environmental sustainability initiatives at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The award is run by the Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts and Creative Carbon Scotland and is supported PR Print and Design.