#GreenArts Day 2019 – How are YOU celebrating the creative community going green?

#GreenArts is about Scotland’s Green Arts community sharing what they’re doing to improve their environmental performance, learning from others about …

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News: New river pollution artwork unveiled at Almondell Park

Waste collected from a new RiverRubbish initiative puts the pollution of the River Almond in the frame. Artist Annie Lord …

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Opportunity: Call for proposals – Nuit Blanche

CALL FOR PROPOSALS NUIT BLANCHE – 17th edition – 5 October 2019 Supported by the City of Brussels, NUIT BLANCHE …

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“The Den Burn is flooding, don’t panic!”

“The Den Burn is flooding, don’t panic” was the key message of the first song, “The Burnie Journey”, sung by …

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Guest Blog: Crises. Crocuses. Creativity.

I’m currently Artist in Residence with the brilliant Bike for Good documenting their Velocommunities project which has two main aims; Firstly, …

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Green Tease report: Re-Imagining the Dunion

‘The beacons bleeze on Dunion tap.’ From the song ‘ Jethart’s Here’ On Tuesday 20 November 2018, 23 of us were …

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Opportunity: Grow Wild Funding for Youth-Led Creative Projects!

Grow Wild Youth-Led Project Funding Available! Grow Wild, the outreach project of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, is supporting young people …

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Opportunity: Short film competition – why invest in nature?

This is a short film contest for young people aged 16-30 about why businesses should invest in nature. At Scottish …

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Opportunity: Environmental Sustainability Officer at Festivals Edinburgh

Festivals Edinburgh is the high-level organisation, created and driven by the directors of Edinburgh’s 11 major festivals, to take the lead on …

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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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