ArtCOP Scotland website now live!

25th October 2015

This winter you are invited to participate in a season of commissions, performances, exhibitions and events which respond to climate change and imagine more sustainable futures and ways of living.

How can you get involved? 

Check out our brand new website which has events listings with our ArtCOP Scotland partners including Gayfield Creative Spaces, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Deveron Arts, The Stove and Firefly Youth Arts.

Join in by attending an event or list your own event and become part of the ArtCOP Scotland season!

Why is it happening? 

Engaging with what some are calling the most important event of this century – COP21 UN climate change negotiations in Paris (30th November – 11th December), this season is a celebration of creative exploration, debate and discussion connecting art, climate change and environmental sustainability.

What is the COP21? 

COP21 is the 21st annual Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (the UNFCCC), a treaty about addressing climate change. Still confused? Read our blog about the COP21!

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