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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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Opportunity: free film-making training for Scotland’s youth workers

Keep Scotland Beautiful have partnered with Screen Scotland through the Youth Climate Film Project to offer free film-making training for …

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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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Reflections on the Green Arts August Meetup: Just and Green Recovery

Almost 30 Green Arts members signed up, demonstrating considerable interest in this subject. Two staff members from Creative Scotland, as …

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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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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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Take One Action Film Festival 2020

2020 has been a tumultuous year… but we’re pleased to be able to provide a tiny wee bit of stability: …

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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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Read: August 2020 newsletter

Our August edition is now available Featuring: A history of arts and culture at COPs September Green Teases Beginning an …

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The domestic and the global: Emma Nicolson on how the arts will be at the heart of Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh

Chris Fremantle from ecoartscotland interviews Emma Nicolson. She tells us about the ambitions for the programme, how it is different …

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