Twist’s Shift #2

It’s taken a little while to publish a second edition but, as for the previous edition, I hope there is …

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Guest blog: Common-sense solutions to our climate and nature crises

In Carbon Choices, I identify five common sense principles to tackle climate change: 1. Price carbon pollution 2. Consume carefully, …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: How, and why, are we applying cultural practices to Clyde Rebuilt? 

Our partners on the Clyde Rebuilt project are Sniffer, a resilience-focused charity that runs the Adaptation Scotland programme for the Scottish …

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Guest blog: Film production in the time of COVID

Storytelling is ultimately heroes and villains, rises and falls. During the pandemic we’ve had all of these things – but, …

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Twist’s Shift #1

Those of you who subscribed to the Twist List in the past may recognise the style. This is the first edition, as it were, …

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Guest blog: Here. Now. The world changes.

I’d like to offer some thoughts about the arts and climate instability – and this confluence of COP26 and COVID-19. …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: Navigating a future for our arts post-COVID-19

Scotland’s cultural sector is in terrible pain and filled with uncertainty about the future. Artists and freelancers have seen their …

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Guest blog: Solstice cycle reflections – seeking the source of the Clyde

For the past few years I’ve sought to cycle somewhere significant on the summer and winter solstices – dates around …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: The pain and pleasure of long-distance rail journeys

It was a long journey (two days +) from Scotland and Ireland, but provided an ideal opportunity to put Creative …

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Blog: Round-up of emissions and carbon reporting 2019

New this year! 2019 has been the first year we have worked with organisations receiving funding from the City of …

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